disney Club
New Post
Explore Fanpop
added by
Source: disney
Fanpup says...

This disney fotografia might contain anime, banda desenhada, manga, desenhos animados, mangá, and quadrinhos.

 Does this look familiar?
Does this look familiar?
Hi guys, it's been ages since I haven't written a comparison artigo and since I'm going to watch The Lion King live-action reboot in July with my younger autistic brother and our dad.

The Story

While the story is original 20%, some of you may not know that The Lion King is loosely based on Shakespeare's "Hamlet: Prince of Denmark". Only this time, the setting was changed from 14th century Denmark to Africa and from humans to animals!
The famous ghost scene in both stories play an essential part of the story, especially in the Lion King. Since Simba needs to assume his responsibilities as...
continue reading...
added by kiki763
added by kathiria82
Source: Annie Leibovitz
added by paola1901
Source: fotolog.com/89arual8
added by Lovetreehill
Source: por pxlb / media.photobucket.com
added by tiz
Source: From Manon Yapari and Amy Paulsen
added by jessowey
Source: dreamwallpaper.com
added by random_camo
Source: random_camo
added by kathiria82
added by disneyworld007
added by kenzieiscool
added by kenzieiscool
added by Lovetreehill
Source: leswinniedelise.l.e.pic.centerblog.net
added by mimilovefoc
Source: google
posted by AllegroGiocoso
Hello, disney fans. I have written an artigo with my topo, início fifty disney classic songs, as well as my favorito five songs from non-classic disney filmes and disney sequels. Many obscure songs have quite high rankings on my rank, and several very popular songs are omitted entirely on my list, so sometimes if you are looking for a certain song, you won’t find it here! Anyway, here are my lists.

Top Five Sequel Songs

5. For A Moment (The Little Mermaid II)
4. We Are One (The Lion King II)
3. I Didn’t Know That I Could Feel This Way (Lady and the Tramp II)
2. My Lullaby (The Lion King II)
1. Always...
continue reading...
added by PrincessFairy
Disney's The BFG comes to theaters July 1, 2016!
the bfg
Let me explain what I mean por the title. (Since that's pretty much what an opinion artigo is for)

In the past, we have know Captain James Hook as one of Disney's most notorious villains. He's sly, underhanded, devious, and crafty. However, he is also one of Disney's funniest, with his demeanor around Tick Tock Croc, and his relationship with Smee and Peter Pan.

But here's the thing about Captain Hook, he just seems to be one of those villains that you have to somewhat feel sorry for. He had his hand cut off por Peter Pan and to make matters worse, Pan threw it to the crocodilo and because of...
continue reading...