This is the best Cast Member picture ever taken.
"Waiting." "For what?” ”Family.” “You don’t have one.”
o wow its nothing and then ohmY GOD THIS IS THE CUTEST THING
two times when prince phillip first laid eyes on princess aurora/briar rose
I will write about the following, leave one in my ask box.
Dear person I hate,
Dear person I like,
Dear ex boyfriend,
Dear ex girlfriend,
Dear ex bestfriend,
Dear future me,
Dear past me,
Dear person I’m jealous of,
Dear person I had a crush on,
Dear [insert URL here],
Duet - Glen Keane
I legit cried. Please watch this.
Baymax vs. soccer ball.
Song of the South was the first live-action dramatic film made by Disney. James Baskett was cast as Uncle Remus after answering an ad to provide the voice of a talking butterfly. “I thought that, maybe, they’d try me out to furnish the voice for one of Uncle Remus’ animals,” Baskett is quoted as saying. Upon review of his voice, Disney wanted to meet Baskett personally, and had him tested for the role of Uncle Remus. Not only did Baskett get the part of the butterfly’s voice, but also the voice of Br’er Fox and the live-action role of Uncle Remus as well. Additionally, Baskett filled in as the voice of Br’er Rabbit for Johnny Lee in the “Laughing Place” scene after Lee was called away to do promotion for the picture. Walt Disney liked Baskett, and told his sister, Ruth Disney, that Baskett was “the best actor, I believe, to be discovered in years.” Even after the film’s release, Walt stayed in contact with Baskett. Disney also campaigned for Baskett to be given an Academy Award for his performance, saying that he had worked “almost wholly without direction” and had devised the characterization of Remus himself. Thanks to Disney’s efforts, Baskett won an honorary Oscar in 1948. After Baskett’s death, his widow wrote Disney and told him that he had been a “friend indeed and [we] certainly have been in need.”