Tim Burton’s interpretation in 2010 of Alice falling into the unknown world of Wonderland.
2017 adaptation of the Disney Classic Princess number five. Starring Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans and Josh Gad, directed by Bill Condon.
Disney Classic 44 where Kenai is turned into bear to be taught a lesson of what being a man really means. Directed by Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker in 2003.
Kenneth Branagh directs this beautiful interpretation of this classic Disney Princess in 2015.
In this Disney Classic this emperor is brought to extremes when he is turned into a llama and learns a very important lesson. Directed by Mark Dindal in 2000.
The story of Greek God Hercules’ fall from fame and rise up again. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker in 1997.
Going back to 1989 and living life under the sea with Ariel and her hopeful dreams of love. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker.
Robert Stromberg in 2014, portrays a very different version of ‘Sleeping Beauty’ from the perspective of Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent.
2016 film of the young daughter of the chief of an island, who takes it upon herself to sail across the ocean to find the demi-god of wind and sea and save her island from darkness. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker.
Disney Classic number 36, where Mulan pretends to be a man to take the place of her father in war when the Huns attack China. Released in 1998 and directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook.
This 2009 Disney Classic portrays a different interpretation of kissing a frog back into a Prince when Tiana turns into a frog herself. Directed by Ron Clements and John Musker.
In 2001, Meg Cabot’s books are transferred to film by Garry Marshall to tell the story of 15 year old Mia Thermopolis as her life turns upside down when she discovers she is actually the Princess of Genovea.
Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato play two sixteen years olds as their lives collide having grown up in completely different situations. One as a normal teen, the other as a Royal Princess. Directed by Allison Liddi-Brown in 2009.
Disney Classic number 23, directed by John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman and Art Stevens. In 1977, tells the story of two mice heading on an adventure to save a young girl who sent a crying message for help in a bottle.
Travel back to 1937 to the life of the first ever Disney Princess and first Disney Classic, Snow White.
Rapunzel dreams of one thing as she is trapped in her tower in this Disney Classic in 2010. Directed by Nathan Greno and Byron Howard.