18 years old. Liberal arts academy as a language major. Founder and President of the Harry Potter Club.
Will include: Sherlock, Supernatural, Teen Wolf, Doctor Who, Elementary, and many more.
Disney teaching girls to be princesses the right way.
OH MY FUCKING GOD. THIS IS PERFECT.
DO I NEED TO SAY IT AGAIN? PERFECTION.
This is one of the very few things I will reblog every time I see it.
This is my point. This is my whole point.
IM NOT CRY
there is just a log in my eye
This is the reason I watch princess movies. So many people bitch and complain that the Disney movies are bad role models for children because it’s always like: “Oh they need to find a man to be someone” and they completely miss some of the better points of the movies. Kindness, strength, family, bravery in the face of impossible odds. Disney is so inspiring and I will always fall back on it to make myself feel better.
In their quest for authenticity, the Disney studios hired mostly Native American actors to do the voices. They also employed Native American consultants and had a session with a real shaman. Despite these efforts, prominent Native American activists issued an open letter condemning the film for its historical inaccuracies and stereotyping of the Indian people. However actor and Native American activist Russell Means (who performs the speaking role of Powhatan) has referred to the film, in particular the opening, as being the “single best representation of American Indians that Hollywood has ever done”.
This makes me happy.
DEAR. MOTHER. FUCKING. EVERY. BODY.
Definitely the other side of the “same token” from one of my more recent posts.
And the reason everyone love Lottie is because holy hell does she exceed expectations.
Not only is she openly best friends with a colored woman, something downright shocking for their time period, right when you expect her to yell at Tiana for embarassing her and ruining the beignets intended to win over Naveen, she doesn’t. She immediately helps the poor girl in the house, cleans her up, and gives her the prettiest dress she has. Who honestly saw that coming?
And my god, the ending. She’s ready to kiss the frog, and get the prince she’s always wanted, and the moment she finds out Tiana loves him?
She agrees to kiss him so he and Tiana can get married. No strings attached. And she’s crying tears of joy because Tiana finally found her man. She loves Tiana that much.
Lottie is a character who came out of nowhere, is spoiled sweet, and won over everyone in the theater. And she looks damn great doing it.
I really loved Lottie because omg it would’ve been SO easy to make her this evil, bratty thing with her being so spoiled. Instead, she’s this really cool opposite contrast to Tiana’s character while being a really good friend.
Production drawing for Disney’s Peter Pan (1953).
Annie Leibovitz, Disney Series
Over the last couple years, acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz has partnered with Disney to create stunningly colorful pictures of celebrities posing as Disney characters from classic animated Disney films.
oh my gosh is that Tina Fey as Tinkerbell????