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Disney Unveils Latest Annie Leibovitz 'Dream Portraits'

Posted by Claire | Friday March 4, 201113 comments
Disney unveiled this year's addition to their 'Dream Portraits' series by world-renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz.  Since no further introduction is necessary, let's go straight to the eye candy.

"Queen Latifah Comes Ashore As Ursula" from The Little Mermaid...

"Famed Is Thy Beauty": Olivia Wilde and Alec Baldwin as The Evil Queen and Magic Mirror from Snow White...
"A Tale As Old As Time" stars Penelope Cruz as Belle and Jeff Bridges as her transformed Prince...

I have looked forward eagerly to each addition to the Disney's Dream Portraits series by Annie Leibovitz.  You can view the whole collection here.  These images will be published in the April editions of several leading magazines.

Which is your favourite Disney Dream Portrait so far?

*all images via Disney Parks Blog
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on May 13, 2011  TammyK  1,073 said:

Penelope Cruz looks like how a princess should look. Forever young and beautiful.

on May 13, 2011  jskim07  50 said:

Agreed Becky, the Queen in Snow White is so accurately portrayed. Olivia Wilde did a great job!!

on May 13, 2011  Becky  13,128 said:

For Disney character I'd always thought myself as a Belle, and reading through the posts I just realized how we tend to like the one we look like the most (umm, hair only in my case)! hehe :)

I think all the characters above look so authentic!! I also especially love the Queen! :)

on March 04, 2011  LaurenBlair  128 said:

@mumlauv - Ok, that could be the reason... regardless I still wish I could be a Disney princess. My last trip to Disney (when I was 18, I still wanted to live in that castle).

on March 04, 2011  mamaluv  STAFF said:

Actually I think Penelope would have been a great fit as Esmerelda from the Hunchback of Notre Dame! She was cast a little against type as Belle (in that Penelope is Spanish), but I think it was a wonderful choice nonetheless.

Jennifer Lopez was Jasmine in this series with Marc Anthony (her hubby, of course) as Aladdin. Interesting choice, but a good one there too. I would have loved to see one of the beautiful Middle Eastern actresses in that role, just to make it a little more authentic. They don't get enough of the spotlight as is.

on March 04, 2011  dolce_bellissima  4,214 said:

I have always wanted to be Jasmine :) These look amazing.-- I love Penelope as Belle, but she could've pulled off Jasmine too!

on March 04, 2011  mamaluv  STAFF said:

@Cathy, @Lauren: I think we just typecast ourselves here - a brunette wanted to be Belle, a redhead wanted to be Arial and me, a blondie, wanted to be Cinderella.

on March 04, 2011  mamaluv  STAFF said:

Can I also say how thrilled I am that they picked Jeff Bridges as the Prince? An older Beast is much truer to the original story, and the expected pick here might have been someone more like - I don't know - Rob Pattinson?

Even though Penelope is also a more mature actress, she looks timelessly young here.

I also so very *heart* Olivia Wilde as the Queen - such a great choice!

on March 04, 2011  LaurenBlair  128 said:

I think most little girls have one special Disney Princess that they wanted to be... mine was Arial. Cathy I totally would have pegged you as a Belle!

on March 04, 2011  mamaluv  STAFF said:

I love this whole series! One of my all-time favourites is Scarlett Johannson as Cinderella (doesn't hurt that it's also one of my favourite fairytales).

The link to view the whole collection above seems to have now changed and only includes a portion of the photos plus interesting backstage images. If you want to see the entire set, try this link here:


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