25 Celebs Reimagined As Disney Characters

2019 will mark an epic anniversary for Hollywood. It will be the 80th anniversary of the release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the first animated feature film. It kick-started the Disney empire with slews of animated films since. Over the years, the characters have become favorites, not just for kids but adults as well. They dominate the Disney parks with walking characters, rides and more and it’s impossible not to see some kids dressed up to meet those same characters. There’s also the long-running ABC series Once Upon a Time which brought so many Disney characters to life in unique ways. It shows how the Disney characters aren’t just movies but part of pop culture as we know it.

Adding to this is how Disney has been moving into doing live-action versions of many of their classic animated films. Cinderella, Maleficent, and Beauty and the Beast were hits and more are being planned. Naturally, this leads to some wondering who can be right to play some Disney ladies. As it happens, several artists have taken to doing this on their own. Thanks to photoshop, it’s easier to do “fan-casting” and several artists give their all in making photos. They do everything from simple images to full-fledged posters to imagining some of Hollywood’s biggest names as Disney characters and often in a great way. Here are 25 celebrities imagined as Disney characters to show how their magic is strong in any setting.

25 Katy Perry as Snow White

In a trailer for a 1993 re-release, Disney showed a montage of their numerous animated movies. It then introduced Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as “the one that started it all.” The very first animated feature film, it’s still one of the best, the iconic masterpiece that began the Disney empire. Snow White herself comes off wonderfully as she handles the lives of the goofy dwarves and her evil stepmother wanting to destroy her. You can’t go to a Disney park without seeing her among the biggest princesses around and no wonder she was a central figure of Once Upon a Time (with Ginnifer Goodwin making her a more fighting warrior).

This pic imagines the perfect image in Katy Perry. The singer’s fantastic beauty aids it as she’s long been talked of as having “Snow White features” in her various music videos. True, Perry is known for rather outlandish and revealing outfits but her performances of such songs as “Firework” and more have won her legions of fans. She’s even worn her hair in just the right style for a Snow White look. She may be older than the movie character but this image is perfect in imagining Perry as one of the first ever Disney princess.

24 Scarlett Johansson as Elsa

Not even Disney imagined how Frozen was going to be one of the biggest hits in company history. The story originally had Elsa as a more villainous figure, complete with raising monsters and lashing out at the world. But then Idina Menzel sang “Let It Go” and instantly transformed the character into a noble woman fighting her dark abilities. The filmmakers admitted in various interviews how the entire story changed thanks to that now-iconic song to make Elsa more sympathetic and strong. The character is now beloved by millions of fans and inspired a Broadway musical. Georgina Haig played her on Once Upon a Time and did a great job bringing her to life.

This image has Scarlett Johansson in the part who is an intriguing choice. The actress is best known as the Black Widow but has shown an affinity for fun and unique parts to enhance her beautiful allure. She is terrific in this image with Elsa’s trademark white ponytail and that gorgeous dress along with her usual smirk. She might be a tad too gorgeous in the role in some ways but the idea of Johansson as Elsa makes the part even cooler than it already is.

23 Tang Wei as Mulan

While it’s an iconic tale in China, Mulan was barely known to anyone in the United States before 1998. Disney changed that with their animated hit as Chinese audiences were delighted it paid tribute to a famed fable. The title character is an independent woman in a strict time who decides to disguise herself as a man and join the army in her father’s place. She ends up saving the day in a huge battle and becoming a heroine. The movie version added songs and Eddie Murphy as a funny dragon but still kept to the main story. An upcoming live-action version promises more fame and Jamie Chung played a tough warrior version for Once Upon a Time to show how the story was really ahead of its time.

While not as famous in the U.S., Tang Wei is one of the biggest stars in China. She made headlines when she starred in Ang Lee’s Lust, Caution which was so graphic that it was literally banned by the Chinese film industry. However, she’s made a major comeback in several box office hits in her native land which allowed her to win back respect. She was actually one of the major candidates for the live-action Mulan movie and this image shows she would have been perfect in the part with her fantastic looks and drive. She didn’t get it but it’s fun to imagine Wei in the role.

22 Taylor Swift as Cinderella

World War II took its toll on Disney. The studio had been busy with military-themed cartoons and the chaos of post-war Europe hurt many of their projects. But in 1950, they bounced back with Cinderella, a major hit to fill their pockets. The classic fairy tale was brought to life with highlights like the much-loved “Bibbidi bobbidi boo” song and good humor. It’s part of the Disney legacy, complete with Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World. It also inspired a hit live-action film with Lily James in the lead. Something about that story with the glass slipper and the ball before midnight works in any medium and Disney’s is one of the best.

Taylor Swift does seem a great choice for this image. The singer has risen from a teen country star to one of the most successful music acts on the face of the planet. Her singing is top notch as she can work a heartwarming inspirational tune, then a sultry rock number and handles slews of wild outfits in her concerts. This looks perfect from the famous huge gown to her nicely done up hair and shows how Swift would be a great choice for another production as her life is practically a Cinderella story already.

21 Jessica Alba as Kida

Many point to 2001’s Atlantis the Lost Empire as the beginning of the end of traditional hand-drawn animation. Disney broke away from classic musical fairy tales to offer an original story of a scientist (Michael J. Fox) aiding an expedition in finding the fabled lost land. They do, only for him to find the rest of the team is more interested in the riches of the land than helping them against a major threat. Sadly, the film was a box office flop and hurt the drive for more Disney hand-drawn movies, paving the way for the computer-animated takeover. Some see it in better terms in various ways with some liking Kida. The daughter of the Atlantis chief, she turns out to be a being of great inner power that she showcases in the big climax and the first Disney princess to walk around in something like this.

For this image, the obvious model is Jessica Alba. The pose is right out of one of the various shoots by the actress, still best known for Dark Angel. She’s added the likes of Sin City and Fantastic Four and even became a genuine billionaire thanks to her Honest Company. But Alba still looks amazing as this pic is sensational with her capturing Kida’s hair and tattoos and even a lagoon background to show how well she can capture this otherworldly role.

20 Megan Fox as Megara

While not as popular as other Disney movies, Hercules still has its charms. Its take on the Greek myth is home to some good songs from a gospel group and James Woods hamming it up wonderfully as Hades. Megara enters the action as a young woman Hercules saves from a monster. It turns out she sold her soul to Hades to save her boyfriend only to have the guy dump her so she’s stuck doing his dirty work. She’s assigned to seduce Hercules but does fall for him even as she denies she’s in love via a song. Eventually, she nearly sacrifices herself for him which leads to Hercules finally proving his worth at last. The character is more outgoing than other Disney ladies but a good heart under it all.

Sure, it’s easy to imagine Megan Fox simply for the name. But this pic shows the beautiful actress would be great in that purple dress and noteworthy hairstyle. She’d be able to pull off the seductive manners but maybe show the good heart of Megara as well. Sure, Fox may be a bit more risqué than most Disney reps would prefer but this image shows she looks great in the part and would be able to bring a bit more spark to the usual Disney fare.

19 Lily Collins as Belle

Few Disney movies have become as iconic as Beauty and the Beast. It made history by being the first-ever animated movie to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture. Its songs are beloved today as it has inspired a Tony-winning Broadway musical and a hit live-action film adaptation. The key is the character herself, a bookworm who’s a strong woman and who does not want to be judged by others. It’s clear why she chooses the Beast over the “handsome” Gaston and her lovely charm makes the movie work. Emilie de Ravin was a good choice for the part in Once Upon a Time while Emma Watson proved she could take over the role well for the hit 2017 movie. In any version, Belle is one of Disney’s favorites.

“Casting” Lily Collins in the role would be rather ironic. The actress famously played the title role in the hit live-action Mirror Mirror as Snow White, so having her as another Disney princess would be interesting. But this pic shows Collins in that famous yellow gown and hairdo and she looks perfect in it. It’s a glorious image and shows how Collins might have been just as good as Watson in the part or even better. If nothing else, it’s fun to imagine Collins adding another Disney icon to her resume.

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18 Diana Agron as Aurora

Sleeping Beauty is a case where it’s the villain who stands as the most iconic character. Maleficent is well regarded as one of the best Disney villains ever, standing tall with her chilling performance, her gleeful mocking of Aurora and the epic final encounter of her turning into a dragon. Disney even later had Angelina Jolie play the role in a live-action movie that turned her more sympathetic. That overwhelms how Aurora was a good beauty herself, the girl was raised thinking she was just a normal girl, far from the castle. True, she famously is asleep for the big climax of the film but the dance scene of her dress changing color is one of Disney’s best animated moments.

More than a few artists have done “fan-casting” drawings of her. And more pick the same lady in Dianna Agron. The actress is best known for her role as Quinn on Glee, going from the rich and arrogant cheerleader to a more humble lady but still forever having a smart mouth. This pic shows how perfect she is with her lush blonde hair and perfect beauty and would make a good choice for the role. True, Agron is so full of energy, it’s hard to imagine her sleeping on the job but looks perfect in that famous dress.

17 Mila Kunis as Esmeralda

If there’s a story you’d think would never make a Disney animated movie, it would be The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The classic novel has a horribly ugly main character and a not-so-happy ending amid other dark turns. Yet Disney managed to make it work in 1996 and while dark at times (the “Hellfire” number), it’s one of their more underrated pictures. One standout was Esmerelda who pushed the boundaries of women for a Disney character. Voiced by Demi Moore, the character was a gypsy dancer fighting for her people amid various interactions with Quasimodo. The character was daring but still rose up nicely to stand out amid some good sequences.

Mila Kunis would make an intriguing choice for the part. The actress rose to fame as Jackie on That 70’s Show, her intense beauty and cool vibe lending itself well to various roles. A woman who can mix drama like Black Swan with wild comedy like the upcoming The Spy Who Dumped Me shows she has the talent for the role. She also had the fantastic gorgeous appeal and this image imagines her fitting the role well with the nice costume so one can easily dream of Kunis pulling off those Gypsy dance moves.

16 Naya Rivera as Pocahontas

A great story among Disney animators is that much of the focus of studio executives was on Pocahontas and how it was going to be their next mega-hit. They thus basically ignored another animated project in the works: The Lion King. That movie’s success put a shadow over Pocahontas which just couldn’t reach the same heights. The character has been tricky to work at Disney parks due to the obvious cultural sensitivity but has gotten bits like a stage musical show. It does help the “Colors of the Wind” song is still loved and thus keeps the movie popular despite some concerns.

Naya Rivera may be of Latina descent but she does make a good choice for a visual Pocahontas. The Glee star is known for her feisty attitude and her lush black hair and exotic features. It all does fit together nicely with that fantastic outfit. She even has the right look in her eyes and that stern but full pout to fit some sequences. Maybe not a classic choice but in terms of looking like the part, Rivera hits it out of the park wonderfully.

15 Aishwarya Rai as Jasmine

In 2003, Disney’s California Adventure park opened a live-action Aladdin musical. Lasting just an hour, the show became a huge hit that ran for 13 years. A key reason was how the Genie would constantly change his dialogue for jokes on pop culture so no two shows were the same. Another addition was Jasmine getting her own song, comparing herself to a bird in a cage and how she wanted to be free on her own terms. It was a good move to show the character, not a classic princess by any means but as tough and independent as Aladdin himself.

This image chooses one of the single most beautiful women on the planet for the role in Aishwarya Rai. The actress is an icon of the Bollywood film industry, starring in numerous hits in her native Indian and has had roles in U.S. films like the Last Legion among others. Her alluring beauty and lush eyes are perfect for Jasmine, combined with a seemingly ageless quality. This image shows that at any age, Rai would be a fine choice for Jasmine and bring the beloved princess to a life while also capturing the exotic presence that made her work.

14 Hayden Pannetiere as Rapunzel and Jake Gyllenhaal as Flynn

For years, Disney tried to make the Rapunzel tale work but couldn’t quite crack it for a while. They were even worried about using the character’s name as the title for fear that boys wouldn’t want to go see it. As it turned out, Tangled ended up being one of the company’s best hits, a great storyline thanks to the addition of Flynn Rider, a roguish thief who helps Rapunzel break out of her tower. Mandy Moore was terrific in the role, aided by the gorgeous animation that led to her lush hair flowing out and being used as a weapon. Moore has reprised the role in an animated series and has proven how the character could work.

This image imagines Hayden Pannetiere in the role who would fit well. Her blond locks are well known from her role on Heroes and her turn in Nashville shows she has the signing abilities as well. As a bonus, the artist throws in Jake Gyllenhaal as Flynn and the veteran actor would be fun in the role of the rogue who wins Rapunzel’s heart. The character is best suited right now for the animated series (you’d need serious CGI for the hair in live action) but this image shows Hayden could be good to make the role work.

13 Melissa Benoist as Anna

The key to the success of Frozen lies in the relationship between the two sisters. When Elsa reveals her ice powers and runs off, Anna follows her without a second thought, risking herself in snow and thrills to bring her sister back. That bond of love is what ultimately breaks the icy spell over the kingdom and shows how the two don’t need a man to help them out. Kristen Bell was a delight in the part with her goofy humor and great singing for “Love is an Open Door” and more. On Once Upon a Time’s fourth season, Elizabeth Lail perfectly captured the part with her adorkable humor and viewers loving Anna come to life. Besides an upcoming sequel, the character can also be seen on the Broadway stage in the big Frozen musical.

Melissa Benoist is a great choice for the role in several ways. As Marley on Glee, she proved she had the singing chops to make the songs work with charm. With Supergirl, Benoist may be strong in the caped costume but her Kara is a lot like Anna with a lovely dorky charm and humor. This pic mixes it up with a great look replicating the costume and letting her shine so well to show that if Benoist ever gives Broadway a try, playing Anna would be the perfect role for her.

12 Amanda Seyfried as Merida

Pixar’s 2012 entry Brave is probably the most “Disney” of their productions. Based on various Scottish legends, it focuses on the title character, a feisty princess who much prefers a life of adventure and archery. However, an errant wish leads to her mother transformed into a bear and puts Merida on a quest to get her back to normal. The movie was a hit and introduced a good princess to the Disney parks. She even got a few appearances on Once Upon a Time to showcase her grit and determination in various ways. With her lush red hair and how her dress can still allow her to get her action turns on, the character is a favorite at the parks.

Imagining Amanda Seyfried in the role is interesting. The actress is known for her roles as the perky blonde in movies like Ted 2, Chloe and the modern classic Mean Girls. However, this makes the red hair work on her as Seyfried’s bright smile helps the part out and makes the image a great one. Seyfried almost never does anything without her famous blonde hair but this could be a daring take to imagine the Pixar gal come to a very nice life with all her fiery aura.

11 Sophie Turner as Ariel

As hard as it may be to believe, Disney actually managed to turn The Little Mermaid into a Broadway show. Of course, having managed to make The Lion King a Tony-winning hit, Disney didn’t have to work as hard for this. It helped that the parks had a successful show with the right mix of actors and puppets for the underwater scenes and did well bringing the film to life. There’s talk of a live-action version coming with naturally a lot of talk on who can play the characters. A popular choice for Ursula is Rebel Wilson who did a fantastic rendition of “Poor Unfortunate Souls” at a concert event.

This image is great in imagining Sophie Turner in the part. The actress has done a great job as Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones, going from a rather naïve young woman to a cool power player. Turner has shown singing chops with Maisie Williams in a great “Carpool Karaoke” bit and could pull it off. Obviously, her lush red hair would be a natural for the part and she would be able to show it off more than she does on GOT. If nothing else, this shows how Turner can be part of this nice world.

10 Shay Mitchell as Pocahontas

One of Disney’s most notable moves was in 1995 as they brought Pocahontas to the big screen. Rather than be a classic fairy tale, Disney was tackling a real-life figure, albeit one whose life is shrouded in a lot of legend. They also threw in a talking tree but it was notable for the Oscar-winning song “Colors of the Wind” and for supporting an environmental message. The character, voiced by Irene Bedard, showed her strength facing not just the invading Englishmen but her own tribe to fight for their rights and try and make peace. It wasn’t as huge a hit as hoped but still remains notable for its good animated style.

Casting Shay Mitchell in the part is pretty intriguing. The actress is most famous for her role on Pretty Little Liars, a part that pushed the boundaries a lot in concerns of adult content. Born in Canada, her family has given her rather exotic looks that lend themselves well to the character. This pic shows she can do it with her lush black hair and that animal outfit. It’s better than some ideas of a purely American actress in the role and this shows Mitchell could capture the beauty but power of the part very well.

9 Vanessa Hudgens as Jasmine

As the 1990s dawned, so did Disney’s domination of the animated feature world. 1992’s Aladdin kept that streak going strong. The key to its success was Robin Williams’ fantastic performance as the Genie, cutting loose brilliantly in comedy to make the film a huge hit. But there was also how Jasmine was not a standard Disney princess by any means. She had a true independent streak, wanting a husband she loved, not some random suitor and held her own in a fight. She could be incredibly beautiful with her lush and exotic looks and her performance captivated fans enough to be the center of a long-running animated show. Karen David played her on Once Upon a Time and did a fine job with it.

Vanessa Hudgens is a good choice for the role. She’s a Disney veteran thanks to the hit High School Musical movies and has shown her acting chops in some more groundbreaking roles like Spring Breakers. Fresh off the comedy Powerless, Hudgens has the right exotic beauty for the part and we know she has the singing voice as well. This pic is great capturing all that with her beauty, her lush eyes and hair flowing out with that blue outfit on. While she was born in California, Hudgens’ lovely looks prove she could play this Arabian princess just as well.

8 Elle Fanning as Wendy

For years, Wendy Darling has been a staple of popular fiction thanks to Peter Pan. The teenage girl who is afraid of growing up meets Peter when she accidentally steals his shadow and is whisked to Neverland with her brothers. The Disney version does not continue with the play’s bittersweet ending (where Peter meets a now grown Wendy) for a happier one and emphasizes the fun. The animation of Wendy flying in a dress is still one of Disney’s best sights and has boosted the movie to be one of the masterpieces of the Disney vault.

Elle Fanning has a connection to Disney as she starred as Aurora in Maleficent. The sister of Dakota has gained fame as well with Super 8, The Beguiled and more, breaking out as a maturing actress. This picture captures Fanning is well with the braid the character is known for, the blue dress and the great backdrop of London behind her. There are enough live-action versions of the story without Disney needing to add to them but this image shows how Fanning could add another Disney character to her list and let her fly as high on the big screen as any other version of the tale.

7 Jessica Lowendes as Vanessa

Don’t recognize the character? That’s because she’s the flip side of another famous Disney one. In The Little Mermaid, the sea witch Ursula offers Ariel legs to win over Prince Eric. The trick is that the spell requires Ariel to give up her voice and thus be mute. Despite that, Ariel still wins Eric over quickly. Realizing her plan can be undone, Ursula uses a magic shell to take on the form of the gorgeous Vanessa. She then puts a spell on Eric to marry her at once as part of her plot to take over the oceans herself. Luckily, Ariel’s allies are able to stop the ceremony and expose Vanessa as Ursula to set up the big finale.

Thus, deciding to cast the character is an intriguing choice but Jessica Lowndes is an interesting pick. She’s best known for the CW’s revival of 90210, a role showing her in pretty hot ways. She’s become a staple for Hallmark Channel romantic comedies, showing a lovely persona and good humor. But she could be a good vamp and this picture captures her in the outfit and even that magic shell. It’s not the biggest Disney role yet Lowndes still looks terrific in it.

6 Bella Thorne as Ariel

Incredible as it sounds, there was a time when Disney animated movies were considered box office poison. By the mid-1980s, the company was in a bad creative slump and that affected all departments. But The Little Mermaid turned it all around, a box office hit and a critical favorite. It sparked what many call “The Second Golden Age of Animation” and to this day remains a classic. That’s thanks to how young girls relate to Ariel, the mermaid wanting to find out more about the human world and pulled into a romance with a prince. The character paved the way for slews of other Disney ladies and remains one of the most popular around in terms of who to visit at the parks (aided by how she has a couple of rides around her).

Imagining Bella Thorne in the part is easy. The actress came to fame on the Disney Channel series Shake It Up and has a great humor to herself. Of course, Thorne is also known for her rather risqué social media posts and showing herself off a lot. But her Freeform TV series Famous in Love shows her talent and good signing that could pull the part off. If nothing else, this pic makes Thorne a natural Ariel and able to give the right air to this ionic Disney lady.

5 Olivia Wilde as the Evil Queen

In so many ways, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs set the standard for every Disney animated movie to follow. It had songs, good comedy, some thrills, a great romance and, most importantly, a top-notch villain. The Evil Queen is a ruthless figure who wants Snow White dead so she can be fairest in the land. When her various antics fail, she turns to magic, transforming into a hideous hag to trick her with the famous poisoned apple. The character came to life later on the hit Once Upon a Time with Lana Parilla vamping it up but then showing her transformation into a more heroic figure.

Famed photographer Annie Leibowitz did a series of portraits to promote the Disney parks with celebrities as major characters. One of the best had Olivia Wilde as the Evil Queen and an artist just enhances it. The actress is known for her amazingly beautiful roles such as in House and numerous movies, always gorgeous and flaunting her beauty in everything from films to the short-lived TV show Vinyl. This captures the cold regal power of the Queen and Wilde could be a reminder why the first Disney villain remains one of the best.

4 Zoe Saldana as Tiana

In 2009, Disney made a huge deal of returning to hand-drawn animation with The Princess and the Frog. A turn on the classic fable, it relocated the story to 1920s New Orleans, thus allowing Tiana to take on the lead. A tough woman fighting to open a restaurant on her own terms, she only dresses as a princess for a ball before meeting a talking frog who’s a transformed prince. But the kiss turns her into a frog as well and sends them on a wild journey. Sadly, the movie didn’t perform as expected so a full-on hand-drawn revival wasn’t to be. But it’s still rather popular thanks to a princess who breaks the Disney mold in various ways.

The character did pop up (in an altered version) for the last season of Once Upon a Time. This image pictures Zoe Saldana in the role. The actress has a career of fantasy/sci-fi roles from Avatar to Uhura in Star Trek and Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy. Yet this shows the softer side of the actress who looks great in that green dress and the swamp background. Saldana doesn’t get to show her comedy chops as much yet this imagines that she can be a princess very easily to add to her various unique roles.

3 Emmy Rossum as Jane

It’s rare for Disney to tackle an established property for a movie but Tarzan is a notable exception. Since the early 1900s, the classic tale of a man raised by apes has been a mainstay of pop culture in newspapers and dozens of movies and TV shows. In 1999, Disney tackled it for a successful live action film notable for the great animation of him “riding” the trees. Minnie Driver voiced Jane, teaching him English and soon bonding with him. A Broadway musical wasn’t quite successful but it’s still one of the better versions in any way of the classic story is told.

Emmy Rossum is an intriguing choice. The actress has tested a British accent in the likes of Phantom of the Opera and her beauty has been shown in full in films like The Day After Tomorrow. Of course, Rossum is best known for cutting loose for the wild Showtime comedy Shameless which is hardly Disney fare. But this photoshop is nice as you can see her capturing Jane’s drive and curious nature and looks truly natural against the jungle setting. It’s unlikely we’ll get a live-action version as there’s plenty for Tarzan already yet this shows how Rossum might well pull it off.

2 Abigail Breslin as Alice

Some may find Disney’s version of Alice in Wonderland a bit chaotic but that’s the point. The story was always about a world where almost nothing made sense and Disney managed to capture the wild nature in scenes like the tea party, the Queen of Hearts and more. Alice herself is popular at the parks with a Disneyland ride and fun meet and greets. Disney has used the character for a wild Tim Burton movie with Mia Wasikowska in the role but the follow-up was a huge box office disappointment. Still, something about the story of a young British girl literally falling into this zany world remains a hit with fans.

This pic has an intriguing choice in Abigail Breslin. The actress came to fame in the 2002 sci-fi thriller Signs before earning an Oscar nod for Little Miss Sunshine. She rose up and took on adult roles such as her role in Scream Queens to show her talent. She has the cute looks for the party and the bright eyes for an inquisitive Alice in this whacky land. You even get that bow in her hair and the choice of the tea party of the background is nice. She may not have been Alice on screen yet this image shows Breslin might have been able to make the part work out well.

1 Emma Stone as Tinkerbell

In the early stage productions of Peter Pan, Tinkerbell was represented by a light on the stage. It was Disney who made her a visible being for their animated film and she totally stole the entire movie. She was soon a mainstay of the Wonderful World of Disney show and to this day, Disney TV shows will often end their credits with the sight of her flying in a cloud of pixie dust and touching the screen with her wand. The character was the center of some animated movies and a TV show to showcase her with other fairies. Rose McIver also did a good job as a tougher version of Tinkerbell on Once Upon a Time.

This pic is utterly perfect in the “casting” of Emma Stone. The actress has risen in just a few years to the top of the Hollywood game, a fantastic Oscar-winning actress who can balance blockbusters with indie dramas or wild comedy. Her expression here is great, the mischievous nature of Tinkerbell on full force. The blonde hair, green outfit and wings really do make her look like she was born to play the part. There have been a lot of Tinkerbells on screen but Stone could bring a bit more sass without saying a word and this pic should be noted by future Disney reps.

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