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This Week In Home Entertainment: The Little Mermaid, The Croods And More
This week we have some classics on Blu-ray like The Little Mermaid and The Wizard of Oz, but we have some newbies, like The Croods and This is the End, as well.
See Disney Princesses In Historically Accurate, Awesome Clothing
A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Hummel works as a Concept Artist at Microsoft Game Studios when she's not researching period costumes and adding to her online gallery. To date she's done revisions of Beauty and the Beast's Belle (up top in 1770's French court fashion), Sleeping Beauty's Aurora, The Little Mermaid's Ariel, The Princess and the Frog's Tiana, and many more.
Watch Classic Disney Songs Performed In The 'Original' Language
The FW has put together a collection of classic Disney songs overdubbed by the language from which their fairy tale originated. (Yes, I'm using "fairy tale" loosely here.) It's kind of surreal to hear a tune you know by heart in a language you can't speak, and makes all of their list freshly enthralling.
Fifty Shades Of Grey Screenwriter In Talks To Rewrite The Little Mermaid
Thereís no indication whether this film will be animated or live-action, though Iím assuming the latter. Perhaps it will be more like Andersenís vision, and we can all get weirdly depressed in the end.
Watch An Amazing One-Man Musical About What Really Happens To Disney Princesses
Everyone loves dreaming up darker or more twisted versions of Disney fairy tales. Hell, Disney loves doing it themselves, with darker versions of Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty on the way. But I don't think anyone has ever done it as cleverly, and as mind-bogglingly on their own
Check Out The Little Mermaid's First Blu-ray Trailer
In September, Disney was set to release The Little Mermaid in 3D, but with fewer box office returns on releases like Finding Nemo 3D and Monsters, Inc. 3D, the company scrapped the project. Thereís still good news at the end of the tunnel, however, because The Little Mermaid is finally getting a Blu-ray release on October 1, and we have a first glimpse at the fine looking picture.
Are Disney's 3D Re-Releases Helping People Change Their Minds About 3D?
The vast, vast majority of commenters seemed to think the 3D trend needed to end, including these Disney re-releases. When yesterday's news broke there were definitely people saying that too, but a little more excitement too-- and that's just two weeks after the Lion King 3D re-release
Finding Nemo, The Little Mermaid, Monsters Inc. And Beauty And The Beast To Get 3D Re-Releases
This was inevitable. Since its release on September 16th, Disney's The Lion King 3D has won the weekend box office race twice and has earned almost $80 million. The re-release was bigger than anyone could have imagined, and it's hard to even say why it happened. The point is that the studio has now opened a major portal for new revenue streams and now they have announced that they will try and keep that portal from closing.
5 More Disney Classics That Should Get 3D Re-Releases, After The Success Of The Lion King 3D
If families will pay to see The Lion King again in 3D, whatís going to stop them from seeing a Shrek film or any past Pixar movies that happened to come out before the 3D craze? That got me thinking. Are there five classic Disney animated features Iíd look forward to seeing in 3D? Future re-releases of studio classics seem inevitable at this point. So here are the five Disney animated classics I wouldnít mind seeing in 3D
Joe Wright Developing A Live-Action Little Mermaid Movie
It will be weird to venture back under the sea without Ursula and King Triton, but the time seems right for another, Non-Disney take on the classic story