Disney movies made into live-action classics.
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Imagine if the classic Disney movies we know and love had the plots to other classic films like Pulp Fiction, La La Land, or Mr. and Mrs. Smith? The movie posters would probably look a little something like this Instagram art. 

The artist Alex Pick aka (@apicollodraws) imagined the Disney princes and princesses on very different movie posters, and they somehow fit impeccably. Honestly, I'd love to see remakes with these iconic characters. Disney fans imagine the princesses in a variety of ways on their art accounts, and this was another totally original idea.

Peter Pan as La La Land


How perfectly fitting that La La Land would be renamed "Never Land" for Peter Pan and Wendy. The two are dressed just like Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in their dancing garb and a Los Angeles sunset in the background. The artist also turned the Little Mermaid and 101 Dalmatians in the style of the 2016 film.

Rapunzel, Tiana, and Giselle as Clueless

The trio from the classic '90s flick Clueless look great as these iconic Disney princesses. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog is Dion, Rapunzel from Tangled is Cher, and Giselle from Enchanted is Tai. The artist also creates taglines for the poster like, "Voodoo. Tangled. Enchanted. Is there a problem here?"

Snow White as Pulp Fiction


Snow White poses as Uma Thurman's Mia in Pulp Fiction. Instead of holding a cigarette like the classic poster, Snow holds her poisoned apple. The artist added in a few details to emphasize the first Disney princess, like the sweet bluebird and a magazine with the Evil Queen on it.

Sleeping Beauty as The Notebook


Phillip and Aurora embrace just like Ally and Noah in The Notebook's movie poster. The artist also created this poster replacing the leads (Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling) with Ariel and Eric. One commenter wrote, "It helps that rachel mcadams lowkey looks like Aurora."

Ursula as Free Willy

This movie poster re-creation is so funny and gives Ursula a taste of her own medicine. The evil sea witch has been turned into the orca whale Willy. Her sidekicks Flotsam and Jetsam are there in the water. Plus, Sebastian, Flounder, and Scuttle are in the distance.

Pocahontas and John Smith as Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Appropriately, Pocahontas and John Smith have been turned into spy duo and couple Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Originally played by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, the chemistry in this movie was palpable. I think with these two it'd be just as real.

Cinderella as The Devil Wears Prada


Cinderella and her evil stepmother have been imagined as Meryl Streep's Miranda and Anne Hathaway's Andy from The Devil Wears Prada. Of course, Cinderella would be waiting on her stepmothers hand-and-foot, just like Andy does in the film. The poster is similar to the original, except the details on the bags have all been changed to reflect other Disney movies.

Tarzan as A Star Is Born

Tarzan and Jane have a love as strong as Jackson Maine and Ally, but I'm not sure if the jungle is the best place to start a musical career. Just replace "Shallow" with "You'll Be in My Heart" — both songs are dreamy and heartfelt. 


The Princess and the Frog as Chicago


Tiana, Prince Naveen, and Charlotte La Bouf pose as the leads in Chicago. This time, however, the movie is renamed New Orleans, appropriately. These three are slightly more wholesome than the crime-ridden characters in Chicago.

Hercules, Phillip, Eric, Tarzan, and Phoebus as Magic Mike

Is it getting hot in here or is it just these Disney princes? Five of the iconic heroes from the Disney films have stripped down to be just like the male dancers in Magic Mike. Heroic Hercules is the lead, Mike (Channing Tatum), and the rest of the princes are looking just as dreamy as the rest of the male strippers.