First former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, now the Disney princesses, it looks like everyone is getting wild during spring break.
College Humor took the liberty of spoofing the much talked about Spring Breakers movie with all our favourite Disney princesses. Not everything is all “Happy Ever After” for Jasmine, Ariel, Cinderella and Snow White as they rob stepmothers, get crunk with a cornrowed Genie and shoot some magical wands off into the air. The girls get so wild that Mickey Mouse would probably chose to shoot himself rather than watch.
“It means no worries for the rest of your days, y’all,” the Genie says.
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The man behind “Harry Potter in 99 Seconds” strikes again with a hilarious take on why all your favourite Disney movies end in lies.
Jon Cozart hits you where it hurts as he heartbreakingly tells us how The LIttle Mermaid, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and Pocahontas would play out if we applied some modern knowledge today. In his take, Ariel has to live with an oil spill, the government is racially profiling Jasmine as Aladdin is thrown in Guantanamo Bay, Belle is being charged with bestiality, and Pocahontas caught a disease as spread by New World settlers.
Kind of grim but we love it anyways!
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Do you ever wonder what might have happened if Ursula married the prince? or if Cruella De Ville got her hands on the fur of those 101 dalmations?
TheArtOfImagination digital animations’s give us an idea of the possible alternative outcomes of classic disney tales – if the villains succeeded with their schemes. These are seriously awesome. I think someone needs to start writing alternative stories where the villains come out on top because, what can I say? Happily ever afters are predictable. It’s an interesting concept, this whole idea of good not triumphing over evil. Of course we dont want to ruin these tales for the younger generation who would probably be scarred for life if Cinderella remained sentenced to be a slave for her step-mother and step-sisters for the rest of her life, or if the Dalmations never escaped Cruelle De Ville.
Interesting enough, Hans Christian Anderson and the Grimm Brothers original tales were significantly darker then their disney adaptations, and recent movie adaptations of these tales like Snow White and the Huntsmen and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters are also darker their their family friendly counter parts. Seems like it’s the age for dark spins on the “happily ever after” concept. What do you think of darker fairy tales?
See the images of what would’ve happened if the disney villains won below
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As if Bruno Mars needed any help earning the unwavering affection of the entire female population, he broke out a Disney classic for BBC Live Lounge, singing a rendition of The Little Mermaid‘s “Part of Your World.”
Mars didn’t even bother to change the female centric lyrics, about breaking away from mundane life under the sea, gaining a pair of legs and walking among humans. The audience couldn’t stop laughing at Mars’ quirky commentary: “This is one song, this cover, that I could never get through because I choke up. It’s the best song ever written,” he said before singing it. “I want to look fear in the eyes right now and kick it in the ding ding.”
After his hilarious performance, Mars picked it up with another song from the movie, “Under the Sea.” It made us laugh, it made us cry, it made us fall even more in love with Mars.
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I always knew our dads couldn’t hide their undying love for Disney classics. These LifeofDad members pull out all the stops (no doubt to impress their Ariel-loving kids) to sing “Part of Your World” from The Little Mermaid. The video shows dads from all around the world (unfortunately, none from under the sea) belting out the words to the camera. It really is as cute as it sounds. So cute in fact, that I demand the dads of the world come together again and present us with more beautiful videos like this one. Dads, don’t forget there’s “a whole new world” (haha) of Disney classics out there.
Here’s 5 Disney classics the dads should cover next:
1. “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” from Mulan
Not going to lie, I totally used to pretend to be these hunky men with my friends as we sang this Disney classic. If I can do it, so can these awesome dads.
2. “Zero to Hero” from Hercules
All dads know a thing or two about being heroes, am I right? (Or am I just trying to butter them up to cover this epic song…)