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Olivia Wilde, Queen Latifah, and more bring famous Disney characters to life

Discussion in 'General News & Rumors' started by Wendy, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. Wendy

    Wendy A hui hou kakou makuakane Staff Member Administrator

    Jun 30, 2008
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    In Neverland
    The world of movies is most often depictions of fantasy and not usually seen as reality or true life. That means the actors and actresses taking on the different roles get to step into the shoes of someone they are not and live the life of fantasy for quite a while. When the time is up, it's back to their real lives until the opportunity again comes up to be someone else.

    But even those in Hollywood wonder what it would be like to live in a true world of fantasy. If even just for a little while. The Walt Disney Company and photographer Annie Leibovitz got together and were able to make that happen for a handful of celebrities in a new promotion showing that anything is possible.

    Disney wants to "Let The Memories Begin" and at Disney Parks Memories, they want everyone to share their Disney history. And a few special actors were able to be a part of it. Leibovitz took some iconic shots of these stars as they posed as famous Disney characters, and did so in quite a dramatic fashion.

    See the tremendous shots of celebrities as Disney characters

    The stars got all dolled up and into character so they could become the Disney movies. So far the released list of those taken in shots by Leibovitz are:


    Olivia Wilde as The Wicked Queen and Alec Baldwin as the Magic Mirror


    Jeff Bridges as Beast and Penelope Cruz as Belle


    Queen Latifah as Ursula​

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