Disney Princesses News, Pictures, and Videos
Beauty and the Beast had the most amazing opening at the box office, earning over $170 million from 4,210 theaters over the weekend.
Belle is one of the favorite Disney princesses, and rightfully so. She joins Alice(in Wonderland), Cinderella and Aurora (in Maleficent) in getting their own live action movies, along with Mulan to follow.
However, JJJ is here to make an argument for Tiana, from The Princess and the Frog, to be the next in line for her own live action movie.
Click inside to see just why Tiana should get her own movie…
While the Disney Princesses get praised, the Disney Princes are mostly looked over…but not today!
While they don’t really like Prince Florian (Snow White), but do love Prince Eric (Ariel), it’s Prince Philip that leaves an impression.
The one I feel really badly for is the Sleeping Beauty prince [Prince Phillip], because he’s got to fight a dragon — a thorny forest,” Josh explains, before busting out into the “Once Upon A Dream” song that’s featured in Sleeping Beauty.
JJJ Fun Fact: Prince Philip was named after Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh — Queen Elizabeth II’s husband!
They’re powerful, inspiring, curious and kind.
Frozen’s Anna and Elsa, and Elena of Avalor were just added to the lineup by Walt Disney, joining Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel and Jasmine.
But what about the forgotten princesses?
The ones that aren’t added to the official lineup at all…or more likely, actually forgotten about.
We bet you’ve never heard of Princess Aquata, or what about Princess Dot? No? We thought so.
Click inside now to see 10 Forgotten Disney Princesses…
JJJ always hoped that we’d have another Tangled movie someday…but we got something better instead — an entire series!
“I mean, as Tangled the movie came to a close, Rapunzel was happily reuniting with her parents. And then with Disney’s Tangled Ever After short a year or so later, we saw her getting married to Eugene…So it originally seemed — to me, anyway — that there just wasn’t a whole lot of story left to tell,” she revealed.
However, she was convinced to return after seeing there was way more story to tell.
“[Executive producer] Chris [Sonnenburg] put together a very compelling argument that – as Tangled the movie was ending — Rapunzel and Eugene were actually in a pretty precarious position. As a couple, they were really just getting to know one another,” Mandy figured out. “Plus Rapunzel – after all those years of being trapped in that tower – had not only just learned that Mother Gothel wasn’t really her mother, but that her real parents are royalty.”
“Which makes her a Princess. Which means that – someday soon – she’s going to have to rule over this entire kingdom!”
Mandy added, “When Chris put it like that, it really did become clear to myself and Zachary Levi that there was a whole lot more story to tell here. A whole lot more to learn about Rapunzel and Eugene.”
And JJJ is so glad she did!
Tangled: The Series will premiere next Friday, March 24th on Disney Channel.
The Pretty Little Liars actress has been filming a new skit with her as Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and sharing some BTS pics on her Instagram Stories.
While we haven’t the slightest idea what the skit is for, we hope we can watch it soon!
It even features Twan as her Prince!
Click inside now to see Shay in the iconic gold gown! More Here! »
“That girl, Merida, is one tough cookie,” Bella admitted her admiration for the Scottish princess in Wonderland‘s new Spring issue. “I like her.”
She added why she liked Merida over any of the others: “She ain’t need no man and is a badass with that bow and arrow. Another talent I want to acquire! Shooting a bow and arrow.”
Bella even kind of looks like Merida in this pic, don’t you think?
TELL JJJ: Which princess is your favorite of them all?
Little Moana is just way too cute!
Disney just unveiled a brand new featurette and clip for their upcoming Moana movie, which is out in just two weeks!
Star Auli’i Cravalho is currently on a worldwide press tour and just met all of the singing voices of Moana in Singapore. So cool!
“Aloha Singapore! It was an absolute honor meeting the lovely Southeast Asian voices who sing How Far I’ll Go from our film Moana! I had a whole bunch of fun with these ladies and I can’t wait for everyone to hear their incredible voices!! #Singapore #MoanaPressTour,” she writes on Instagram with the pic.
Check out a new featurette and “We Know The Way” clip below!
“The Way To Moana” Featurette – Moana