I Reimagined Disney Villains To Look Creepier (12 Pics)

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Storyboards, Marvel’s Parts Unknown, Is Coming to Disney+

Ever since Disney announced its forthcoming streaming service, Disney+, there's been a question in the back of comic book fans' minds: What about Marvel? There's been talk of stand-alone shows for Loki, Wanda Maximoff, and Hawkeye; an animated series based on the Marvel's What If … ? comics is also in the works. Yet those shows are expected to be a year or two away. Today, Marvel is finally revealing one of the shows that'll arrive when the Disney+ service launches: Storyboards. Adam Rogers Here's How Disney+ Will Take Over the World Angela Watercutter John Wick's Writer Is Heading to Marvel's Falcon & Winter Soldier Brian Raftery The Streaming Wars Began in 2018—and They'll Only Get Worse Unlike the Star …

Disney’s New Lion King Is the VR-Fueled Future of Cinema

For the 26 million people who watched Friends in the mid-’90s, Jon Favreau was Pete Becker. Not the star filmmaker who would make Elf a holiday classic; or who’d launch the Marvel juggernaut by directing Iron Man; or who’d update The Jungle Book for the CGI generation. Just Becker, a tech whiz who—before wooing Monica in a six-episode arc—had become a gazillionaire by creating a piece of business software called Moss 865. It was so named for a reason. Moss 1 exploded. Moss 2 would only schedule appointments for January. Becker, convinced his idea would change the world, pressed on. Today, it’s hard to describe Favreau’s latest project, the much-anticipated Lion King remake, without thinking of Pete Becker. In fact, …

Russian Artist Shows Which Disney Princesses Your Favorite Celebrities Should Be

What does it take to become a Disney Princess? Is it all about being beautiful and kind? Being born as a princess or marrying a prince? Probably all girls dreamed of becoming a princess while watching the famous Disney movies in childhood. Even though at first most of the princesses were mistreated, their charm, beauty, and kindness saved them from a rough life in the end. If you are as kind-hearted as Blake Lively, as charming as Amanda Seyfried or as beautiful as Emilia Clarke, you don’t have to be royal. Russian artist Helen Morgun decided to imagine how her favorite celebrities would look if they were the Disney princesses and the result is truly amazing! Scroll down the page …

Heres How 25 Disney Characters Looked In Their Original Concept Art

Scroll down to see these comparisons and don’t forget to tell us what you think in the comments! #1 Rapunzel In Tangled (2010) Back in 2004, a very talented illustrator called Claire Keane started working at Walt Disney Animation Studios as a concept artist. Being the daughter of the very talented animator Glen Keane, Claire was surrounded by this type of art her entire life. In 2006, Claire started working on Tangled. Claire had an amazing opportunity to work alongside her talented father who was the director of Tangled, so it’s safe to say that we should be very thankful for the Keane family that this incredible movie exists. In one of the interviews, Glen Keane even said that Rapunzel’s personality …

Disney Is Building a Box Office Death Star

Hello, and welcome to another edition of The Monitor, WIRED's roundup of all things pop culture. What's happening this week? For one thing, there might be a new He-Man. For another, Christopher Nolan is staffing up for his next picture. Finally, the Mouse House just added a Fox. Let's get started. Disney Completes Acquisition of Fox After much hoopla, Disney has finally closed its $71.3 billion deal to acquire much of 21st Century Fox. The acquisition gives Disney Fox's film and TV studio, National Geographic, FX networks, India's TV outfit Star India, and Fox's 30 percent stake in Hulu. It also creates what the Hollywood Reporter calls "a box office Death Star," giving the Mouse House reign over the Avatar …

Pixar Makes People Cry By Presenting Kitbull, A Short Film About A Friendship Of Abused Pitbull And Stray Kitten

Just two weeks prior, Bored Panda wrote about Pixar’s newest short animation ‘Purl’. Well, the famous animation studio is treating us again with another short film – this time, it’s guaranteed to leave you weeping as it’s a story about one unlikely friendship between an abused pit bull and a stray kitten. Kittbull – a production of Pixar’s new SparkShorts program – was directed by Rosana Sullivan and produced by Kathryn Hendrickson and tells a heartwarming story of a rare kinship formed under the saddest circumstances. Get your tissues ready and scroll down below to watch the full animation. “To be fully honest, it started from a cat video,” – Rosie laughs. “I love watching cat videos in times of …