Leaving the Shire

jiinsy:

On the edge of extinction, humanity turned to those willing and ready to defend it. Those who stepped up and worked in teams to protect all that they know and hold dear. Inside the base (commonly referred to as “The Magic Kingdom”) a living community thrives, Rangers, Engineers, Scientists, and civilians live out their lives not in fear, but defiance of the Kaiju threat. Each set of rangers has a different approach to battles. But one thing is true of all of them, they stand and fight for those they love. 

First set of what will probably be many. As in the cockpit, the dominant pilot stands to the right (our left). Check out all their individual posts for more in-depth stories on each team. 

Nani and Lilo || Jasmine and Aladdin 

Merida and Elinor || Nakoma and Pocahontas

Tiana and Naveen || Ariel and Eric

Kida and Milo || Hans and Anna

800% DOWN FOR THIS

ONE MILLION TIMES YES

lettherebedoodles:

Disney Princesses… ish.

(( Continuation of my Disney Prince Series, but this time with the “ladies” XD.  As for names:

Row I: Charm, Joan, Philippa.

Row II: Aliah, Adalyn, Erica.

Row III: Harmonia, Phoibe, Navya.))

thesmokinsmolder:

guiltyhipster:

dannybird22:

guiltyhipster:

I have a headcanon that the Queen from Tangled is a huge bookworm like her daughter Rapunzel and that books are (or were) her escape. For eighteen years, her books distracted her from the pain of losing her only child. 

One step further:What if she also read stories to the children at orphanages because she wanted the feeling of reading to a child? Then one day a little boy said how much he loved the Tales of Flynnigan Rider. And she gave him that book because he was so sweet. He was so grateful that he promised that one day he would pay her back. And he did.

YOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

This made me all warm and fuzzy. Thanks guys. -chuckles-

WOW
                           SUCH SAD
       MANY FEELS
                                                   TEARS
VERY CREY

thesmokinsmolder:

guiltyhipster:

dannybird22:

guiltyhipster:

I have a headcanon that the Queen from Tangled is a huge bookworm like her daughter Rapunzel and that books are (or were) her escape. For eighteen years, her books distracted her from the pain of losing her only child. 

One step further:
What if she also read stories to the children at orphanages because she wanted the feeling of reading to a child? Then one day a little boy said how much he loved the Tales of Flynnigan Rider. And she gave him that book because he was so sweet. He was so grateful that he promised that one day he would pay her back. And he did.

YOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

This made me all warm and fuzzy. Thanks guys. -chuckles-

WOW

                           SUCH SAD

       MANY FEELS

                                                   TEARS

VERY CREY

andythelemon:

I am really sick of this whole Frozen debacle on my dash.

We get it. Animation is hard, and the people doing the rendering are simply doing their job.

However that still does not address the point that women were omitted from the storyline, WoC are still horribly underrepresented in the princess franchise and the character still has huge round eyes and perfect hair and a tiny button nose, and they claim it’s ‘too hard’ to animate women well I’m sorry but they’ve done anthropomorphic cars and street pipes and monsters and everything under the sun so the fact ‘it’s hard’ is really not a valid excuse for the exclusion and lack of facial/racial diversity.

live-action modern day “the lion king”
NEW YORK, 1960s. The civil rights movement reaches its crest. Mufasa, a prominent activist leader in the city, clashes against his younger brother Scar, himself a prominent leader of the mafia underground. Politics against politics, brother against brother; Mufasa dies, Scar reigns. A new law governs New York in the 70s: blood and bribery.

Idris Elba as Mufasa, Michael K. Williams as Scar, Naomie Harris as Sarabi, Jaden Smith as Young Simba, Amandla Stenberg as Young Nala (not giffed), Taraji P. Henson as Timon, Mo’Nique as Pumbaa, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Older Simba, Kerry Washington as Older Nala, John Boyega as Kovu, Zoe Kravitz as Kiara.

dave-gaystby:

ihonormycode-thatswhatibelieve:

amerikhantrash:

Mrs. Packard could simply walk into Mordor. And put out her cigarette on Sauron’s eye. 

The amount of fucks not given in this scene is astounding.

you can tell Mrs. Packard has seen some shit

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