Disney’s works are part of the childhood of many generations, who probably have no idea of the secrets hidden behind many movies of this magical world. Some are so incredible that they will be hard to believe. We have all seen one of these films yet, however, we do not know all the details hidden by the production.
At WittyBubbles , we’ve prepared a list of 25 things you did not know about movies in the Disney universe.
1. Link Between Movies Up There and Toy Story
Toy Story 3 revealed a relationship between Andy, Carl and Ellie Fredricksen from the movie Up There . This detail has been highlighted by a scene where Woody climbs on Andy’s desk and on a sheet of paper stuck to the wall, we can discover the names of the characters from the movie Up There .
2. The Beast is a mixture of several animals
The creators and designers of the character of the Beast, the famous masterpiece The Beauty and the Beast , confessed to having inspired seven different animals: lion’s mane, beard and buffalo head, gorilla forehead, eyes of the human, fangs of a wild boar, bear’s body, as well as the legs of a wolf.
3. Characters inspired by artists
The character of Aladdin was inspired by actor Tom Cruise. The same goes for The Little Mermaid , Ariel, who represents the sublime actress Alyssa Milano when she was younger.
4. The truth about Andy’s father
The reason why Andy’s father is never mentioned, is because he abandoned his family. According to the elements present in the film, the abandonment would be recent because the little sister of Andy, Molly is still a baby. Perhaps that’s why Andy is very attached to his toys, especially to the male characters Woody and Buzz, a cowboy and space advocate.
The first film takes place when the mother, Molly and Andy settle in a smaller house, which lets imagine the absence of their father and the new life they will face alone, with their mother.
5. Boo’s voice
Mary Gibbs was just a baby when she lent her voice for the character of Boo film Monsters Inc . Recording it was very complicated, they had to follow it through the studio. Many of her interventions were stammerings and words she said while she was playing on the set.
6. The longest Disney Pixar movie
Almost 2 hours – one hour and 58 minutes, exactly: The Incredibles 2 is the longest animated film made in the entire Disney Pixar film universe.
7. Three years of life in Mexico
To understand the culture and daily life of Mexico City, the production teams of the film Coco , visited for three years the squares, markets, churches and representative places of the Aztec country to penetrate his bowels and understand the true meaning of the Day of the Dead for its inhabitants.
8. Cups of tea from Belle
Belle’s cup of tea, from the movie Beauty and the Beast , made a small appearance in Tarzan .
One of the reasons these objects appear in the film is simply that Jane, the heroine who shares the poster with Tarzan, is the granddaughter of Beauty and the Beast.
9. The hairs of Sulli
The character of Sulli has more than 2.3 million hairs, drawn one by one. Each scene where the character appears fully represents about 12 hours of work.
10. They analyzed 27 emotions
During the process of creating the Vice-Versa film , 27 different emotions were analyzed, but in the end, only five of them were selected to appear in the film: joy, anger, sadness, fear and fear. dissatisfaction.
11. Harvard inspired university
For the Monsters & Co. suite , Monsters Academy , to be more realistic, the university in which they are located was inspired by Harvard, Standford and Berkeley.
12. Movements of Tarzan
The movements of professional skateboarder Tony Hawk inspired Tarzan’s character as he moves between trees and lianas.
13. Same voices in different movies
Canadian actor Peter Cullen was the voice of Optimus Prime, from Transformers . As curious as it may seem, he is also the voice of Eeyore, the donkey of the famous Winnie the Pooh .
14. The voice of Jack-Jack
The voice, or the sound, emitted by the Indestructible family baby, Jack-Jack, is that of the son of one of the producers of the film: he recorded 16 years earlier the voice of his son, while played during a weekend.
15. The most comic
The Disney Monsters Academy movie counts more than 227 000 drawings, it becomes the Pixar movie with the most drawings.
16. The unexpected end
Cars 3 is the first Disney Pixar movie with an unexpected ending, that is, where the main character is not in the foreground. Flash McQueen is too old to race, so one of his friends competes in his place and he pulls out of the racetracks.
17. Tattooed princesses
Princess Kidagakash of Atlantis and Pocahontas, the work of the same name, are the only two princesses to have tattoos or marks on their skin.
18. Princesses dressed with pants
Princesses Jasmine and Mulan are the only ones in the history of Disney movies to wear pants.
19. The neuroscience behind this film
Peter Docter, director of Vice-Versa , along with his writers, collaborated with neuroscientists to create the inner world in Riley’s mind and to understand how emotions work through the character’s behavior.
20. The most expensive and popular Disney
Disney has spent $ 200 million to finance the production of Dory’s World , which has become the most expensive fish in film history.
In addition, Dory has more than 23 million “likes” on the social network Facebook , she has become the most popular character of all Disney films.
21. The favorite
Friends and coworkers close to Walt Disney claim that Cinderella was her favorite princess. It is for this reason that his castle appears at the beginning of each film of the film giant.
22. The youngest
Snow White is the youngest of all princesses. In Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , she is only 14 years old. In addition, the film is the first to have a soundtrack.
23. Few words
Aurora, the princess of the movie Sleeping Beauty , is the one who speaks the least. In total, his script has only 18 lines.
24. The first queen
Elsa, from The Frozen , is the first of all Disney princesses to achieve “queen” status.
25. The first success
The film Beauty and the Beast is the first Disney work to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.