From "Tangled" To "The Little Mermaid" – Here Are 18 Disney Settings And The Real Life Places That Inspired Them
From Beauty and the Beast to Frozen.
I'm sorry but this will not be easy for you.
24 Times Pixar Movies Paid Super-Close Attention To Detail That You Didn't Even Notice After Watching Them So Many Times
One thing about Pixar: They think of EVERYTHING.
Let's see if Elsa can pull off plaid.
Subway = Ariel
It helps if you've actually seen the movies too.
I'm still not okay after watching the incinerator scene in Toy Story 3.
Cinderella might look good with a bob.
There's No Wrong Answers Here, But I'm Just Curious What Drink You Think These Princesses Would Order
Extra whipped cream all the way!
34 Small Pixar Details You May Have Missed That'll Make You Pay Extra Close Attention When You Rewatch
Time to wear binoculars when I watch the next Pixar movie!
Sidekicks are so underrated.
"I'll paint the walls some more, I'm sure there's room somewhere..."
This will be an incredible family!
Digital Age people are a different breed.
Bibbidi bobbidi boo! ✨
There are no wrong answers in Pixar land ✨
How far will you go?
The Carpet From "Moana" Is A Replica Of Aladdin's Magic Carpet, And 54 Other Genius Movie Details From 2012–2022
"In The Batman (2022), you can see a bust of William Shakespeare at Wayne Manor, which is a reference to the '60s Batman show. Bruce would lift up Shakespeare's head and press a button to open the entrance to the Bat Cave."
Men 👏 don’t 👏 always 👏 have 👏 to 👏 save 👏 women 👏!!!
Test your Disney knowledge in more than one language.
Luxo Jr. is most definitely some sort of god.
Apparently, there's a Cars version of the Ratatouille restaurant.
Only People Who Have Seen Disney Movies A Kajillion Times Will Be Able To Recognize Princesses From Their Extreme Close-Ups
Hint: Frozen characters count!
The young activist who read the Russian Constitution aloud to armed soldiers told the court, "You will not suppress the truth.”
Facebook and Twitter spent so long worrying about moderation, they forgot they could just pound the "ban" button.
In the pursuit of body positivity, we’ve tipped over into an absurd place — where merely existing in a body larger than a size 0 is considered courageous.
“The umbrella has turned our office into an unmanned panic room.”
"Advancement in technology allowed World War I to be the first major conflict that people could see and read about essentially as it happened."
"I looked into the face of an old woman and it seemed a kind face, but when I looked at her again, she spat on me." —Elizabeth Eckford, 1957
Nearly 4 billion people don't have access to the internet — and Silicon Valley's biggest tech companies are trying to fix that.