Hey guys! c: Just want my followers to know that I’m sorta in the path of the hurricane, so I may loose power. Meaning, confessions may be delayed for a bit, depending on how long power outages are. Don’t hesitate to submit if you have one. See you folks around! :D
I don't think it's wrong to like a certain character that you don't know yet. I mean aside from the fact that one doesn't know much about it. If so, why? Because you don't know about them? Because you might end up hating them? So what? Hype always and already has happened. I think people can like whatever they want to like. Who's to say they can't? Other people who disagree with them? Yeah, you can try to convince the person but really it's their decision.
Too long to be a confession, so I didn’t put it on an image, but…I LIKE IT. I always fall in love with characters we don’t know yet (i.e. Merida and Elinor, though they’re the characters we know the most about! hurhur).
Brave: - John Lasseter says the film is ‘unlike any we’ve made, the first fairytale for Pixar.” - Crews took two trips to Scotland to do their research for authenticity. - The forest is Merdia’s (the main character’s) second home. Merida and her mother do not see eye-to-eye. - In the story she must marry into one of three Lords families. The three candidates do not get along with one another and each has their flaws. - In this fantasy world, there are things called wisps which can either change your fate for the better or make it hell. - Looking for help, Merida follows a trail of these wisps to the home of a witch. The witch puts a spell on her which screws up her life further. Now in trouble, Merida must find a way to break the spell. - Director and producer play a scene from the film: The lords are competing for Merida’s hand in marriage. She gets to select which game they get to compete in. Being a skilled archer, she chooses archery. The first candidate is far off the target. The second is closer but not quite (he throws a tantrum once he misses the bullseye). The third doesn’t know how to shoot but nails the bullseye, to which the father of the third candidate brags to the other two fathers and goes so far as to flash his rear to them (this got huge laughs in the audience). Merida is not impressed by any of the three. She comes into the game area and decides to shoot “for my own hand in marriage.” Her mother isn’t happy with this and tries to get her to stop. Merida shoots at all three target and nails the bullseye perfectly. On the third she shoot through the arrow that had already hit the bullseye by the third candidate.
Kelly Macdonald (Merida) and Kevin McKidd (Lord MacGuffin) take the stage and discuss what it’s like to be involved with the film. “It was like I was asked to play Woody,” said Macdonald.
Hey this isnt a confession but since i see you like brave: My brothers friend is working on the animation for brave (or worked on it he was talking to my mom and bro ahah) and he said as far as he know she will deff be a Disney princess.. but idk.. i think its cool i know someone who helped create this upcoming movie! and i thought i should tell another fan! :)<3 love your bloggg!!
Ahhh! That’s so cool! :D I think it would’ve been awesome to work on Brave, because it looks like such an amazing film! And yeah, I’ve seen that she is ‘prolly gonna be a Disney princess. I just hope the merchandise and art for her isn’t going to be all frilly and girly like the others.
Because having princess after princess that looks exactly the same, with the same personality and physical traits and characteristics, is boring and unrealistic. Yes, Merida looks fucking different. She’s a ginger, she has freckles, she’s short, she doesn’t like painting her nails and she probably…
I felt that this needed to be reblogged, because it is awesome.