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The Bear And The Bow To Be A Disney Princess

During the Walt Disney Company Earnings webcast today, Disney CEO Bob Iger mentioned that Brenda Chapman’s 2011 Pixar feature film, The Bear and the Bow, will be incorporated into the Disney Princess franchise. 

More information on the Q2 financial results can be found here.

Set in the rugged and mythic highlands of Scotland, The Bear and the Bow is the tale of a princess, Merida and her battle with the unpredictable forces of nature, magic and dark, ancient curse to set things right in her kingdom.

[via The Pixar Blog

0 Responses to The Bear And The Bow To Be A Disney Princess

  1. bennifer3000 says:

    Dear Disney: No.

    If your own IP Giselle can’t be a part of the Disney Princess Canon then a computer generated character by Pixar can’t either.

    Boo on you.

  2. Skippy says:

    I agree, don’t do it Disney!!!

    If you didn’t make it, don’t insinuate that you did, by adding it to your collection with your name plastered over top of it.

    Disney, you’d do anything to make a buck, but please leave Pixar out of it!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wasn’t ‘Mulan’ a Disney Princess at one time?

  4. Anonymous says:

    bennifer – Giselle didn’t make Disney Princess canon? I thought she did?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Blah, they’re only turning a Pixar character into an official Disney Princess because Disney, at this time, can’t make a lot of movies right now. They’re relying on Pixar to make them as of today.

    I’m totally looking forward to THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG and this one, especially since its being directed by a woman! (WE NEED MORE FEMALE MOVIE DIRECTORS!)

    Now, when will I see more products of Mulan and Pocahontas? What about Kida from ATLANTIS?

  6. bennifer3000 says:

    Giselle was originally going to be a part of the Disney Princess Canon but she was removed.

  7. Anonymous says:

    this isn’t the same anonymous as above. Giselle was removed because Disney realized how hard it would be to secure the life-long rights to the image of Amy Adams.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Giselle is a Disney Princess,but only her animated version.
    A Pixar character shouldn’t be a Disney Princess.

  9. Anonymous says:

    why does every body hate giselle

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