Two and a half years ago, Disney released The Princess and the Frog, its first animated feature starring a black princess. Since then, the studio has put Tiana to work shilling everything from tiny baby versions of the dress she wore in the film to bubble bath to temporary tattoos. And now, she's selling candy.…
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?
The Princess and the Frog is finally here! How does it measure up? After the jump, critics weigh in on Disney's first Black princess.
This is, of course, a promo for tomorrow's episode of Tyra's talk show.
The first five minutes of Disney's The Princess And The Frog went up online, and though it's a very short amount of footage, there are some awesome ideas:
A new teaser trailer for the Princess And The Frog is online, and while the hand-drawn animation is really exquisite, there are still several upsetting things about what's being called Disney's "first black princess" movie.
If you watched the new trailer for Disney's "black princess" movie which was posted Monday, you already know a major plot point, which for some, is a major problem. Spoilers ahead.