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The best of Disney cinematography

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Jorge Luengo Ruiz has collected what he calls the most beautiful shots in the history of Disney. The scenes are pulled from nearly every Disney feature-length animation ever made, including Snow White, Peter Pan, The Lion King, and Moana. Show More Summary

Feisty Kittens Acting Out Scenes From Star Wars, Titanic, Psycho, and The Lion King

2 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

YouTuber Pasdidée captured hilarious footage of their feisty kittens acting out scenes from movies like Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Titanic, Psycho, and The Lion King. via reddit Related Laughing Squid PostsThe Lion King Remade Using Cute Kittens and Crayon Colored PropsFeisty Kittens Escape Onto the Set of Jimmy Carr’s ‘8 Out of 10 […]

A Kings fan held her precious hockey dog aloft like Simba in the stands

IT’S THE CIRCLE OF LIFE. The Kings may have lost 2-1 to the Lightning on Monday, but their fans do 100 percent win “Best Lion King Impression” of the season. See here, as the Kings Twitter posted a GIF of a woman holding her dog in the air like they’re straight out of the Disney movie. LA Kings come up short but here's a tiny puppy at a hockey game. Show More Summary

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Link on the King of Red Lions Statue

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Link on the King of Red Lions Statue based on Nintendo’s popular The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker video game looksstunning. This is an iconic image taken almost directly from the game. This statue stands 25-inches tall from the tip of the mast to the base, making […]

The Complicated, Inconclusive Truth Behind Rat Kings

On the top floor of the Otago Museum in Dunedin, New Zealand, where there are taxidermied circus lions, a tooth from the largest species of shark to ever have existed on Earth, and delicate glass models of sea creatures, lies one specimen...Show More Summary

Lion’ Producer Iain Canning On Discovering Saroo Brierley’s Story And Finding The Right Actors For The Role

Since establishing their UK-Australian production banner See-Saw Films in 2008, Iain Canning and Emile Sherman have had a career trajectory that most young independent producers can only dream of. Their indie blockbuster The King's Speech...Show More Summary

Disney This Week: The Lion King, Incredibles 2 & More!

The 1st edition of our brand-new feature keeping you up-to-date on all things Disney! The post Disney This Week: The Lion King, Incredibles 2 & More! appeared first on

'Lion King,' 'Princess Bride' Among National Film Registry Inductees for 2016

The Library of Congress has announced its annual list of inductees into the National Film Registry, and among the 25 films selected for permanent preservation in 2016 are comedy and horror classics, celebrated dramas, and historically significant nonfiction works. Show More Summary

'Rushmore' and 'The Lion King' Among Films Added to Library of Congress Film Registry

The Library of Congress on Wednesday announced the addition of 25 films to the National Film Registry. Films are added to the registry based on their "cultural, historic or aesthetic importance," and must be at least 10 years old to qualify. Show More Summary

'Lion King,' 'Princess Bride,' 'The Birds' Among Additions To Film Registry

last monthNews : The Two-Way

Each year, the Library of Congress picks 25 "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant movies for preservation. The 2016 selections date from as early as 1903, and as recent as 1998.

‘The Lion King’ and ‘The Breakfast Club’ Among 2016 Additions to The National Film Registry

Every year since 1989, the National Film Registry has added films to its roll that “represent important cultural, artistic and historic achievements in filmmaking” and will be preserved in the Library of Congress. They’ve announced their...Show More Summary

Two More Disney Movies Added To The National Film Registry; See What Made The Cut For 2016

Disney’s The Lion King (1994) and Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) are among this year’s 25 new film entries for the National Film Registry of the Library on Congress, which now features 700 total films reports MSN. Other high profile films that made the list this year include Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds (1963), The Breakfast... Show More Summary

Paris Is Burning, The Lion King, The Breakfast Club and More Entering the National Film Registry This Year

last monthHumor / odd : Geekosystem

For those of us who have a hard time picking our top three movies of all time, imagine how difficult it must be for the National Film Registry to decide which movies are significant enough to be permanently preserved. This year's class...Show More Summary

25 Movies Added to National Film Registry

The Library of Congress has added 25 more titles to the National Film Registry, with familiar ones such as the Lion King, the Princess Bride, and Thelma & Louise making the cut. The additions now bring the total number of films in the registry to 700, reports Time. To qualify,...

National Film Registry Adds The Lion King, Breakfast Club, and More

Timon and Pumbaa are taking up residence in Washington. The Library of Congress has announced the 25 films that will be added to the National Film Registry, and The Lion King made the cut. The list of movies was selected for their cultural significance and historic or aesthetic importance. This ... More »

National Film Registry 2016 Titles Include Lion King & Rushmore

Other films inducted include Thelma & Louise, The Princess Bride and Who Framed Roger Rabbit? The post National Film Registry 2016 Titles Include Lion King & Rushmore appeared first on

The Lion King, The Princess Bride, and More Join the National Film Registry

On Wednesday morning, the National Film Preservation Board (NFPB) announced that a slew of Hollywood classics were officially set to be preserved in the Library of Congress for being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.”...Show More Summary

Disney’s ‘The Lion King,’ ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’ join the National Film Registry

The newest librarian of Congress likes cartoons. Speaking at Washington’s National Book Festival in September, Carla Hayden told a packed throng that she appreciates and celebrates the achievements of such graphic novelists as Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) and Gene Luen Yang. On Wednesday, the Library of Congress announced that Hayden, in consultation with National Film […]

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