Disney continues to churn out live-action remakes of its classic animated films. After looking through one artist on Instagram's hyperrealistic versions of celebrities as Disney princesses, it's easy to imagine these dream casts.

Helen Morgun, the artist, reimagines classic Disney princesses as celebrities. She also posts videos of her process on YouTube if you want to watch a time-lapse of the creation of one of her illustrations. 

I mean, Rihanna as Tiana from The Princess and the Frog is seriously what Disney dreams are made of. 

Mila Kunis as Esmeralda from The Hunchback of Notre Dame:

Kunis' jet-black hair, big round eyes, and spitfire personality capture the character of Esmeralda perfectly. According to the Hollywood Reporter, a Hunchback film is in the works at Disney Studios. Josh Gad, who starred in the 2017 live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast and plays Olaf in Frozen, will produce the remake of the 1996 classic. 

Maybe this artwork will convince Disney to get Kunis on board for the project as well. 

Selena Gomez as Moana from Moana:

The singer's wavy brown hair and dark brown eyes match the looks of Moana, plus her activist mentality would fit in with the Disney princess's outlook on life. Gomez has focused on music in the past few years, with a few sporadic acting titles thrown in. Moana is not on the docket for a live-action remake, but give it some time and I'm sure it will be thrown in the ring. 

Billie Eilish as Kida from Atlantis: The Lost Empire:

Billie Eilish's piercing blue eyes stand out in this depiction of her as Kida from Atlantis. Even though the young musician has no acting credits, I'd like to put her name in the running. Let's add Cole Sprouse as Milo Thatch; we already know he has the costume. 

Rihanna as Tiana from The Princess and the Frog:

Rihanna has proven she has the acting chops in her latest starring roles in Ocean's 8 and Guava Island. Oprah Magazine listed The Princess and the Frog under its live-action film wish-list because of the positive representation it would provide. Princess Tiana is already one of the more feminist princesses, and Rihanna would give her an extra edge. 

Blake Lively as Aurora from Sleeping Beauty:

True, Elle Fanning as Aurora in the Maleficent films is kind of perfect, but that doesn't mean we don't have room for another blonde beauty. Plus, Lively's husband, Ryan Reynolds, would make an impeccable Prince Philip. Together they'd have chemistry and humor on their side. 

Ariana Grande as Vanellope von Schweetz from Wreck-It Ralph:

Ariana Grande as the bubbly and fierce Sugar Rush game character is a perfect match. While a live-action remake seems implausible for an animated feature like Wreck-It Ralph, I wouldn't put it past Disney to create some really incredible special effects to make it happen. If the vocalist were cast in this role, maybe Disney could make it a musical and include her stellar pipes.

Emilia Clarke as Belle from Beauty and the Beast:

Emilia Clarke was busy conquering the Seven Kingdoms when the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast debuted in 2017. Even though Emma Watson was perfect in her adaptation of the 1996 animated feature, Clarke would have been a superb contender as well. Of course, Belle would be reading the entire Game of Thrones book series front to back. 

Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne as Elsa and Anna from Frozen:

These two actors got close during the filming of Suicide Squad and would make perfect sisters as Elsa and Anna. The film already received live-action treatment as a staged production on Broadway, and fans are looking forward to the sequel as opposed to a live-action film version. Frozen 2 will premiere on November 22 this year. 

Megan Fox as Megara from Hercules:

Hercules has already gotten its own live-action films in various action movies, but a Disney remake has yet to debut. The snarky and sultry Meg from the animated feature would be perfectly depicted by Megan Fox. Fox was last seen as a recurring character in the TV series New Girl. 

Lucy Liu as Mulan from Mulan:

It's already been announced that Chinese actress Yifei Liu, who also goes by Crystal Liu, will play the warrior princess Mulan in the 2020 live-action production. The vision for the film, according to Elle, is a girlie martial arts epic. Kill Bill and Charlie's Angels’ alumn Lucy Liu would have also been a great contender.