Disney is that friend that will stay with you forever and will never let go of you. It has been there for you at your best moments and even your worst. You have been happy together and cried together. It sure is intriguing, so here are some amazing facts about our favourite entertainment provider, Disney.
Apart from the fact that both these movies came out in the exact same year, there is more common to it. The characters Samara and Lilo were voiced by the same girl, Daveigh Chase. Versatile kid.
The Lion King is one the most beautiful movies ever made, and if you didn't cry after watching this movie, you sure have no heart. The roars weren't made by lions, they were either made by tigers or Frank Welker.
Walt Disney held the patent for Technicolor, which means that only his studios could use three-coloured technology.
See the statues carefully and you will notice something like The Beast looking in there. These are the earlier versions for the character.
Elsa, the fiercely independent and brave queen of Arendelle shows how she feels by the creation of Olaf, the happy little snowman that represents her childhood happiness. Then comes Marshmallow, the alone and angry snowman.
Scar from The Lion King also makes an appearance in Hercules. The role is of a rug, that Phil uses to clean himself with and wears while posing for a painting.
Santa: "7 Mini-Oscars to Walt Disney for Snow White." "And none for Leonardo Di Caprio." *cries a lot*
After Fantasia, Little Mermaid is the most elaborate movies ever made by Disney. The storm sequence which led to Prince Eric's shipwreck may have lasted only 2 minutes, but it took ten years to make it.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is surely a great movie and it was going to get a sequel, but the project was cancelled for reasons unknown. Oh, don't do that.
The famous musician and heartthrob Beyoncé was considered for the role but refused to audition for it.