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Guardians Of The Gallery: Star Wars Statues, Fallout 4 Princesses & More

Guardians Of The Gallery: Star Wars Statues, Fallout 4 Princesses & More
Some of the most striking, unusual and odd imagery and videos that have been making a splash online over the last week… Enjoy!     ••• Lego Star Wars creations are nothing new in Guardians Of The Gallery, but these take the form to a whole new level. They are the work of Finnish photographer Vesa Lehtimäki and started a hobby but have lead to a hardcover book, Lego Star Wars: Small Scenes From A Big Galaxy, out this week from... 

Disney reveals a sneak peak at the new Tangled Musical!

Disney reveals a sneak peak at the new Tangled Musical!
Right now that you have stopped either hyper ventilating or wondering if we are very late with our Aprils fool joke, you are probably ready to believe us that Disney are in fact officially doing a version of their hit animated movie for the stage. Well when we say stage, you can’t go and see it on Broadway or in London’s West End yet as the musical is going to be premiering exclusively on board the Disney Cruise liner called The Disney Magic.... 

Disney developing live-action “Mulan”

Disney developing live-action “Mulan”
Following the commercial success of its recent live-action retelling of Cinderella (which at time of writing has taken over $300 million globally), Disney is now reportedly developing a live-action adaptation of another of its animated classics, Mulan. The company has purchased a script from writing team Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek that focuses on the Chinese legend of the female warrior Hua Mulan, the same Mulan who was the central character... 

Xena: Disney Princess – artist reimagines the action heroine with a twist

Xena: Disney Princess – artist reimagines the action heroine with a twist
Disney Princesses have seen all manners of new lives in their recently popular art renaissance as characters in Star Wars, Halloween trick-or-treaters and Pokemon trainers. Going one step further, Artist NIA has redesigned a certain Warrior Princess with a classic Disney twist. Heavily reminiscent of the art style seen in Disney’s Hercules, NIA incorporates every detail of Xena’s fighter look, including her trademark Chakram. In... 

25 things you may not know about Disney movies

25 things you may not know about Disney movies
If, like us here at MCM Buzz, you’re into your Disney movies, then you may be interested to learn some of the fascinating but lesser-known facts that litter the company’s history. So, from character cameos to amusing disclaimers, here’s a list of 25 of our favourite bits and bobs of trivia: During the end credits of Frozen there is a disclaimer about bogies. Referencing a line spoken by Kristoff in the movie, the disclaimer... 

Disney’s Princesses: Before they were famous….

Disney’s Princesses: Before they were famous….
Over the years each Disney Princess from Belle to Elsa has become well known for their signature look and style. However, this style is not necessarily the one that they started out with, as the process for creating an animated character can often take many twists and turns before finally being considered ‘the one’. Known in the animation world as, “Visual Development art”, a Disney Princess can often be drawn in many different ways,... 

After the Happy Ever After – Disney is Making an Enchanted Sequel

After the Happy Ever After – Disney is Making an Enchanted Sequel
Seven years after Disney released its hugely popular, live-action fairytale film Enchanted, a sequel is now in the pipeline under the direction of Anne Fletcher (The Proposal, The Guilt Trip). Directed by Disney veteran Kevin Lima, the original Enchanted is a knowing, affectionately mocking look back at the company’s traditional princess fare, challenging the notion of love at first sight (or perhaps first song), and the easy happy ever afters... 

What Disney’s Frozen nearly looked like

What Disney’s Frozen nearly looked like
It is currently the fifth highest grossing movie of all time, it has inspired a new generation of wannabe princesses and made the phrase, “Let it go,” seemingly a part of the lexicon for children of all ages. However, the Frozen we all know had been in development for a long time and was even considered to be animated in the traditional hand drawn style that Disney is famous for. The origins of Frozen can be traced back to the 1940s when Walt... 
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