Having been around for more than 90 years, Disney has created many big blockbusters at the box office. The movie brand has grown big in the past few years. They have acquired many big movie studios and also started some new ones. It started off as a movie studio that would produce short live action and animated films, but as the time progressed the company went on to become one of the biggest animation studios in the world.
Their films brought many characters to life and even set standards for the animated movie industry. So many films have been released over the years, and some of them have amazing facts associated with them. In this story, we have tried to gather the most incredible and rare ones for you.
So keep reading the facts about the movies.
There are only a few Disney movies in which both the parents are present and don't die till the end, and they are 101 Dalmatians, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp and Mulan.
Anna from 2013's movie Frozen is the only Disney Princess who has a duet with the villain of the film. This is an uncommon thing which we mostly don't see in Disney movies.
The movie Finding Nemo is not scientifically correct. Because if it was, then Nemo's dad would've switched sex after his wife died and bred with his son.
In the movie, it is shown that Cinderella's shoes were made of glass, but according to some scholars, in the original story, they were made of fur.
Many critics believe that The Lion King (1994) is copied from a Japanese animated series, Kimba the White Lion (1960).
According to IMDb, the character Eve from WALL·E is designed by the same person who gave the designs for iPhone and iPod.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is the official record holder of the most expensive film ever made with a $378.5 million.
According to the casting director of the movie, The Princess and the Frog, Beyonce refused to audition for the role of the lead female protagonist, T because she thought that she will get the role anyway.
The composers of the film, The Jungle Book wanted The Beatles to give the voice to the vultures, but unfortunately, it did not work out.
Disney has proved that they are the leaders of the game and they proved it when they released Tangled in 2010. According to reports, it is the most expensive animated film ever made.
When Walt Disney won the honorary Oscar for the movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, his award was accompanied by seven "dwarf" statues.
Disney movies have some really interesting theories and one such is the use of lime green color for the signification of the evils.
The sorcerer in the film, Fantasia is named Yen Sid which is the backward of Disney.
Jackie Chan provided the singing and speaking voice for Beast in the movie, Beauty and the Beast's Chinese version.
Frozen is the first Disney movie that is directed by a woman. Jennifer Lee.
That's all, folks!