Company XIV performs a burlesque retelling of the fairy tale, reserved to adults only.
A new batch of posters inspired by Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pixar’s Inside Out have been revealed and they gone on sale today. If you’re an animation fan, an appreciator of pop culture art, and currently have some...Show More Summary
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On February 4, 1938, something magical happened in the world of animation. Walt Disney had a dream and that dream came true the day that he put out his very first feature-length animated film. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the start of something truly amazing and began the tradition of happy endings and... Show More Summary
All to tie-in with the new Blu-ray release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which comes out today The post 10 Animated Movies Disney Should Do in Live-Action appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
She’s been a muse of Karl Lagerfeld’s for years and now Kristen Stewart has landed the job as Chanel makeup’s new ambassador. The “Snow White and the Huntsman” actress, who starred in Chanel apparel campaigns in 2013 and 2015, is the...Show More Summary
Snow White, Bridge of Spies, The Last Witch Hunter, Falling Skies and more! The post February 2, 2016: This Week on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Snow White. They've captured our collective imagination for centuries in countless adaptations, and Marissa Meyer's sci-fi/fairytale saga The Lunar Chronicles is no exception. The bestselling...Show More Summary
Everyone knows that Disney princess movies are usually at least a little sexist—Snow White is a brainless dope whose biggest joy is cleaning up after seven men—but now there's a new reason to be suspicious of these movies: even though...Show More Summary
In considering the Disney princess roster, I've always felt that the "Disney Renaissance" movies--The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Pocahontas, and Mulan--offered better representation for young fans than Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty, if only because Renaissance princesses at least have more diverse desires than their predecessors.
WHAT FILLED NEGRO AND OTHER COLONIZER'S FIELD AGENTS VALUE THE MOST WHAT THE BLACK PEOPLE WHO KEEP LISTENING TO THESE EMBEDDED CONFIDENCE MEN ACTUALLY SUFFER FROM BACK AT HOME, YET THEY KEEP BUYING INTO THE CONSCIOUS ATTENTION FILIBUSTER Table Cell
To modern eyes, the classic trio of Disney princess films — released in 1937, 1950, and 1959 — can seem painfully retrograde. Why are characters so obsessed with Snow White’s looks? Why doesn’t Cinderella have any talents or hobbies? And why doesn’t Sleeping Beauty do anything besides get drugged and await rescue? A generational gap divides Disney’s princess franchise. […]
Because as everyone knows ‘Snow White’ is just one giant gangbang.
Once upon a time, a popular fairy tale was plucked from a school library in Qatar after an outraged parent complained that it was full of sexual innuendos. The offending storybook was based on the classic Disney film "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," in which a young woman eats a poisonous apple and is later revived by a handsome prince's kiss. Show More Summary
For what it's worth, I want to toss out a theory of what's happening in this year's GOP primary. Basically, there's no Mitt Romney or John McCain. Here's what I mean. In the past two cycles, Republicans have offered us Snow White and the Seven Loons. Show More Summary
After brilliantly parodying Jasmine, Belle, Snow White and company in the "Disney Housewives" sketch back in 2012 ("I don't need to rub a lamp to get what I want"), "Saturday Night Live" took another swipe at your childhood this weekend...Show More Summary
"Neither blogger self-identifies as a feminist, and Cat Cactus is not an academic. The piece also stated that Tracy and Cat Cactus are among women who 'view the elaborate [K-beauty] routine not as vanity but rather as an act of radical...Show More Summary
In a Jan. 7 DoubleX, Rebecca Schuman misidentified the bloggers Tracy of fanserviced-b and Cat Cactus of Snow White and the Asian Pear as “self-identified feminist academics and scholars." Neither blogger self-identifies as a feminist, and Cat Cactus is not an academic. Show More Summary
(Photo of cosplayer Ashlyn Brooke) Snow Leia and the Seven Droids ended abruptly when the princess turned aside the Evil Queen's proffered apple and instead shot her with a blaster. Then she rescued the Prince, who was sleeping inside a block of carbonite.
While all of the Disney princesses give us solid reasons to love them (Snow White's on-point red lip, Rapunzel's killer braids), our favorite has always been Cinderella. Her magical outfits, those glass slippers, and her ability to run from a prince without knocking a hair out of place made her one of our heroines. Show More Summary