Monday, May 11, 2009

Princess Posted...


Whoa...

No need for words. Well, other than if you want to see a bigger/better version of the one-sheet go over to Cinematical where they premiered this link. I knew it was coming and had it described to me, but didn't get to see this till this morning.

Nice...

13 comments:

T-Dub said...

Man, that looks like it has got potential. The animation looks quite amazing. Its amazing how far we've come between Snow White and now. Can't wait 'till December 11th!

Simmy25 said...

Beautiful poster!
Can't even be compared to Bolt's poster...it's great when things start getting better
just can't wait for the movie! the backgrounds on the trailer are just breathtaking!

henryt93 said...

Beautiful poster, and I just saw the trailer you mentioned the other day. It looks incredible!

dr-orpheus said...

Looks great, I enjoyed catching A113 on the front of the trolly car. :)

nojarama said...

Three words: Gor-ge-ous!

Disneytom said...

This looks freaking amazing!!!

Kevin said...

This is one of the best poster I've seen in quite a while. I can't wait to see this, it looks absolutely amazing. This should be a contender for Best Picture, it looks that great.

Spokker said...

Wow, first black president and now the first black Disney princess. This is truly a historical time to be alive.

Spakker said...

I dunno, she looks kinda blue.
This is a truly hysterical time to be looking at posters.

Wait. The Princess and the President. That's a good title. A Disney Channel Original.
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Anyway, the P&TF trailer looks great, I downloaded it in 1080p. I've got that early 90's feeling about this one...

Michelle said...

Is there any place that this poster is for sale. I need to add it to my collection!

Anonymous said...

Based upon the trailer, wouldn't it be more accurate to describe her as Disney's first Amphibean-American Princess?

Mr. Rosado said...

the movie looks amazing as an african american i hope that now that disney has given the world this wonderful new disney princess i hope that the song of the souths long delayed release to the public will see the light of day

Digital Jedi said...

The animation is very reminiscent of Peter Pan and The Jungle Book. Of course, that is likely intentional. I look forward to it.