Dadaviz's Jody Sieradzki thought that something interesting may came out of crossing the total number of eBay sales by dollar amount of Disney princesses' merchandise with their skin tone and hair color. And indeed, while correlation doesn't mean causation, the resulting graphic seems interesting.
A young woman who's played multiple characters at a Disney theme park recently did a Reddit AMA. And you'll be shocked at some of the creepy private messages she received afterward. (No, actually, you won't.)
Australian retailer BlackMilk just launched its Princess & Villains collection inspired by the ladies of Disney. To be clear, this is a line for adults. As in, adult humans are encouraged to wear this clothing on their bodies.
Not that Disney had ever dialed it back on the princess thing, but the recent mania surrounding Frozen has really amped it up, making Elsa a new classic, right up there with Cinderella. But the true test of a Disney princess' popularity and staying power is not how much money she earns for Disney, but how much she…
In this, the first episode of new web series Black Ops: DisneyPrincesses, Jasmine, Belle, Ariel and Snow White are CIA operatives belonging to an elite squad that disarms international security threats. I know, right??
Brave was the number one movie over the weekend, earning $66 million, and proving that a Disney princess (or at least, a Pixar princess) doesn't need a prince, or a wedding. In fact, Brave's heroine, Merida, isn't interested in dudes at all.
This year's D23 Expo featured an appearance by Paige O'Hara, Lea Salonga, Anika Noni Rose and Jodi Benson, better known as the voices of Belle, Mulan/Jasmine, Tiana, and Ariel. First the ladies tried to out-warble each other while singing, "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," but let's just move on to what you…
Timothy John Shumate has created tattoo-inspired versions of Snow White, Ariel, and Jasmine. We'd like to think that in some sequel locked in the Disney vault, the heroines rebel against the chauvinistic dudes in their lives and and escape to form a biker gang (with a fondness for sparkles).
After it's forthcoming release of Tangled, Disney's animation studios don't plan to follow up with any more fairy tales for the forseeable future. But what will our nation's little girls do without really boring animated princes to dream of marrying?
[New York, November 9: A grown woman suddenly realizes the magnitude of the Disney Story Times Square, which is 20,000-square-feet of total fucking mayhem. Image via Getty.]
In this video, Belle shares some lessons she learned from wooing the Beast, like, "Find a man who wants to imprison you with his love. The longer you're trapped... it will start to feel like home — Stockholm."
Just this year alone, Disney believes it will make nearly 4 billion dollars internationally off of their "Disney Princesses" brand, a marketing scheme that has set off a wave of "princess fever" amongst young girls.
This week, Sarah Haskins talks about "The most special, revenue-generating women in the whole world." You know, the Disney Princesses. Haskins claims that these ladies have taught us that "the only way to happiness is true love," which can solve all kinds of problems, including the pain of having an absent father!…