Disney Classics: Then & Now

Disney Live Action Then and Now

From the smell of freshly made, buttery popcorn to being bundled up in cozy, oversized blankets, watching a Disney movie with the family is the ultimate weekday treat. Many of us were raised on the stories of Aladdin, Belle, Cinderella, and other iconic characters as they navigated through moral tests and fought off evil enemies. Disney has since turned some of our favorite classics into live-action films with refreshed visuals so we can share the experience of seeing these stories with our kids.

To celebrate the upcoming release of Disney's live-action Aladdin, we put our graphic designer Brady Johnson to the test in recreating the live-action posters in the style of the original animations. The results are truly magical and we're incredibly excited to share with you...Disney Classics: Then & Now.

In the sliders below, move your cursor between the past and the future and see your favorite animated classics come to life.

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How was that for a blast from the past? Which slider was your favorite? Which designs would you print out and hang on your wall? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to share your favorites on social (and tag us @fundotcom_)!

Disney illustrations by Brady Johnson

Ross Hewett-Smith

Ross Hewett-Smith is the Public Relations Specialist at HalloweenCostumes.com, where he gets coverage on national entertainment media like Good Morning America, Cosmopolitan, and People. He has also been interviewed by a variety of world news outlets.

His past costumes include a genderbent Ariana Grande, a zombie cop, and a Beanie Baby. He enjoys making music and pampering his dog, Miley, while dressing her in dog costumes now and then. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram at @rosswalkersmith.


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