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Watch This Dude Get Schooled In A Push-Up Contest Against Disney’s Gaston

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No One Tops Gaston

For Disney World actors, there must be no character more fun to play than Gaston, the resident douchebag of “Beauty and the Beast.” This guy must have felt especially smug when a Disney guest tried to call his bluff by challenging him to a push-up contest and got far more than he bargained for. As it turns out, Gaston is just as tough as he looks! Lesson learned: don’t mess. [Neatorama]

From Folklore To Film: The History Of Cinderella

From Folklore To Film: The History Of Cinderella

Many of us know the Cinderella story thanks to Disney’s popular animated film, but the fairy tale about a girl with a magical guardian dates all the way back to the first century. Since then, several versions have popped up in literature, music, film, and TV, and we recently got a peek at the newest incarnation with the trailer for 2015′s “Cinderella.” And before that, Anna Kendrick will be stepping into the glass slippers in “Into the Woods,” out this Christmas. Let’s take a look at the evolution of Cinderella, from ancient Egypt to now. Read more on Tres Sugar…

Disney Releases Official Trailer For “Cinderella”

Disney Releases Official Trailer For "Cinderella"
Let Me Guess: She Loses A Glass Slipper?

I didn’t even know this movie was happening until about five minutes ago, but now that I do know, I’m happy about it. Even though the story of Cinderella has been made into a movie several times already (who could forget the Rodgers and Hammerstein version with Brandy and Whitney Houston?), I can’t help but get a wee bit excited about Disney’s upcoming, live-action version, starring Lily James, Richard Madden and Cate Blanchett. In life, there’s always room for fairy tales. Check out the trailer and let us know if you’ll be seeing it in theaters come March 2015!

The Disney Princes Ranked By Their Rebound Guy Potential

The Disney Princes Ranked By Their Rebound Guy Potential

When you think about dating one of the Disney princes (and you know you have) it’s normally a happily ever after, having scores of royal children together scenario. But some of the princes (and for the purpose of this list, we’re also including the non-royal male companions of the Disney princesses) would actually make better rebound relationships then life long companions. Read more on College Candy…

Disney Characters Dressed Up As Pop Stars Makes Me Smile

Most Disney fairytales take place in a land far, far away, where fame doesn’t exist, Twitter is just a noise birds make and Lady Gaga is some royal who lives in a high castle beyond the hills. But thanks to DeviantArt artist Isaiah Stevens, now we can imagine what it’s like for some of our favorite Disney characters and villains to not only KNOW about the pop world, but transform into some of the biggest musical superstars of our time.

Maybe Pocahontas loves Britney Spears and Aladdin listens to Jay-Z when he’s getting ready to ride his magic carpet— we don’t know. But what I do know is that this art installation confirms that Disney’s next big hit should definitely include some kind of Beyoncé reference. Just imagine it: the Princess falls under a spell, is eventually found by Prince Charming who wakes her up with true love’s kiss, and she pops up wearing an “I woke up like this” T-shirt. Priceless.

Check out some of your favorite Disney characters in pop star garb, including Beyonce as Ursula, above…

Disney Princesses With Realistic Waistlines Look Utterly Fabulous

Disney Princesses With Realistic Waistlines Look Utterly Fabulous

What if Disney princesses had realistic waistlines? Well, they would look pretty fab. No doubt about it.

Buzzfeed’s Loryn Brantz decided to digitally edit six famous ladies – Ariel (“The Little Mermaid”), Pocahontas (“Pocahontas”), Jasmine (“Aladdin”), Belle (“Beauty and the Beast”), Aurora (“Sleeping Beauty”) and Elsa (“Frozen”) — to show what the cartoon heroines would look like if they had more realistic physical proportions. After all, since these characters are supposed to represent people in films made for children, they should probably look more like real people, right? Read more on Huffington Post Women…

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