Inside Out, Pixar’s 2015 movie about five emotions, immediately resonated with audiences. Movie-goers loved the dynamics of the emotions and how they guided their human, Riley, through her everyday life.
Those of us that visit the Disney parks semi-frequently probably don’t even realize how much terminology we casually throw around. Words like “lands”, “cast members”, “fast passes”…they may be standard vernacular to us, but to newbies, it’s a whole not of nonsense.
Being a princess is a big job itself. But have you ever imagined what Disney princesses might be like in the modern world? Artist Matthew Burt did just that!
Who doesn’t love Scuttle?! Ariel’s seagull friend has tons of knowledge about the human world…at least, as he sees it. He knows everything there is to know about dinglehoppers, snarfblatts, and all everyday items.
One of the most under appreciated duos in Disney might just be Mike Wazowski and Roz. She’s his succulent little garden snail, his tender, oozing blossom…and he’s the guy who never turns in his paperwork. Their banter is fast-paced, dripping with sarcasm, and always a joy to watch on screen!
The magic lies in the details for Disney, and that’s just as true for Pixar! The animation studio is known for hiding easter eggs in their films, including this sneaky number: A113.
Sometimes, despite an initial creative vision or promising team, Disney movies get shelved indefinitely or scrapped altogether. Despite the studio’s consistent releases, especially since the 90s, you might be surprised to learn Disney has quite a few projects left behind.