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She’s wonderful and I hope this really happens!!!!
I love this idea! I would totally watch.
I am so here for this! I think it’s an amazing story line and would pay good money to see this on the big screen and buy merchandise
Yesssss I am here for this!
I would love to see that movie!! Yes please Disney!! 🤯😍
Wow this sounds so good. I would want an actual fat person to play the part too!! Also can we do this in the style of the Brandi and Whitney Houston Cinderella?
Um heck yeah! That would be awesome and I love a good prequel. While we’re at it, can we get an Ursula prequel??
Omg YES! Ursula would be amaaaaazing!!
The yes’s have it! Disney, get on that and work your magic please!
WE NEED THIS! And we need fat princesses who live the same amazing lives that the thin ones do.
Yes, and obviously Rosey Would be the perfect princess for the prequel! My family would adore a Mary Alice story!
Heck yeah!! I would totally watch!! 😎🤩👑 Disney Whatcha waiting for????!??
Disney please run with this. It’s brilliant and I guarantee that you would make a good amount of money off of this.
I like this idea except for the part about the whole town having made fun of her for her entire life because of the way she looks. I think It would be better if they steered away from that aspect. I think it would be better to not make her weight that much of an issue. She’s a talented seamstress, sweet girl, and future fairy godmother, beautiful no matter what her size.
But that’s the important part. For so many people, their weight IS an important part of their story, made so by other people’s focus on it. It’s important to show that fat is not bad. As someone who has been varying sizes of fat my whole life, I would love to see representation like this and gave the struggles addressed. I don’t want them to gloss over it. We can’t have a movie about body positivity without showing the struggle. Just my opinion though 💖
I see both points:) But, I always enjoy it when there is just a fat person living an exciting life with no one pointing it out (fatness). I think it works to normalize that type of body.
I kind of understand where you’re coming from. I guess I just feel that if children, especially very young children, see her being made fun of they might think, “wow, maybe there IS something wrong with heavier people” when that might not have occurred to them before that point.
Hell ya! Brilliant!
As a curvy woman myself, I have no problem with a Disney Princess that has that body type. But please create an original character and leave The Fairy Godmother as part of Cinderella’s story.
Yes exactly!! Rosey is wonderful and I think this idea is so ingenious! I know it would make a lot of little girls feel included. Hello Disney- this is a winner!!!
Fabulous idea! Love Rosey!
I think this is great. We don’t have any Disney princesses that focus on body positivity. The newer princess focus on independence which is great, they are the saviors of their story. But body positivity is not really seen in those movies. I would absolutely watch this movie and be proud to watch it with my 4 year old daughter whom I’ve taught the phrase all bodies are good bodies.
Great idea! Love the character already. Hope this catches Disney’s attention!
Yes! This is such a
great, unexpected idea! I love it!
I would LOVE to watch something like this with my girls!
Love this idea and love Rosey!
Omg I would die! This is such a good idea!!
I love this, the fairy godmother is one of my favorite characters! Also if they need someone to do her voice I’m here!
Love this idea and think that the core message of loving yourself first to be able to give love is right on time!
I fully support this idea, and love Rosey! Keep sharing, this would be a home run for Disney!
Disney better figure out a way to make this happen! You know they’re running out of ideas anyway since its so long between each new animated movie. Do IT Disney! DO IT!!!
Yesss, please! We and the young women of the world need this!!
I would absolutely LOVE this movie! Disney do your thing!
I would love this. I would rent a limo and pick up my friends and see this in the theatre. I would buy it when released and host a watch party. I would buy merch. I would support fat designers who were paid fairly by Disney to recreate Mary Alice’s signature looks. I would create/follow a hashtag that celebrated fat womxn and girls living their happy lives and it would take over the globe.
I, OTOH, am going to skip the “body” discussions and invoke the official house-Disney “Queen Elsa” rule:
She doesn’t qualify for the Disney Princess lineup BECAUSE SHE’S NOT A #@%$&IN’ PRINCESS!!
(And, come to that, neither were Flora, Fauna, Merriwether or the Blue Fairy.
Or are we applying Maui’s rule of “If you’ve got a dress and an animal…”?)
Love Rosey! I would love to watch a movie like this, and share it with my kids.
Imagine the good this would put out into the world. So many children (and adults) could really benefit from this kind of representation.
I need this made like yesterday. I love this story!
It would be great to see some form of this. I would love to see a pluz-size princess & Im good if this is how it happens.
Gee, let’s take this a step further. Let’s create the leading role (the traditionally young, thin princess) to appear middle age. Why are leading females always so young, often appearing teenage? Next, let’s give her small eyes that are close together and a big honker for a nose. After all, why not “Face Positivity” too? I used to be 175 lbs. Not once did I ever want to see “myself represented” in any film, real or animated. It’s human nature to want to see the ideal, or the beauty standard, or something that looks good. If I weighed 400 lbs I’d NEVER want to see a 400 lb heroine. That’s just plain stupid. We don’t see short fat bald men taking leads. Why should we change the formula for female leads, which has worked for tons of decades?
Gee, let’s take this a step further. Let’s create the LEADING PRINCESS role (the traditionally young, thin princess) to appear middle age. Why are leading females always so young, often appearing teenage? Next, let’s give her small eyes that are close together and a big honker for a nose. After all, why not “Face Positivity” too? I used to be 175 lbs. Not once did I ever want to see “myself represented” in any film, real or animated. It’s human nature to want to see the ideal, or the beauty standard, or something that looks good. If I weighed 400 lbs I’d NEVER want to see a 400 lb heroine. That’s just plain stupid. We don’t see short fat bald men taking leads. Why should we change the formula for female leads, which has worked for tons of decades?
Not everyone needs a backstory. We learned this when Disney utterly butchered Maleficent.
A slightly more curvy Princess, fine, go for it, if you want to start that conversation with kids before it’s even in their consciousness, go for it. Though to be fair I’m actually not against a story about a curvier person, you can look at movies and shows like Hairspray to see it can work, but the Fairy Godmother isn’t a Princess, nor will a backstory make her one. Rather than have some sort of woke message behind it, why not, here’s a strange idea, just tell a story without having to dig into the hidden (often non-existant) meaning behind it. The true love in Frozen is that of Elsa and her sister, Elsa MUST be a lesbian…erm, no, Anna is Elsa’s sister not lover, and it’s better to love your sibling than hate them – hating your sibling didn’t do much for Mufasa and Scar. Just tell the story!
Honestly Disney is kid safe not to offend anybody but for non lesbian parents (like mine wouldn’t let me watch another Disney movie and I would cry soooooo hard
I would be interested in seeing a Cinderella spinoff which could be called “Fairy Godmother”, or “Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo” would be good titles for a stand alone Fairy Godmother prequel, I would be interested in seeing her backstory on what she looked like when she was younger and how she gained magical powers to be a fairy godmother.
But please Disney company, don’t make it too dark like Maleficent. Make it more lighthearted and family friendly, just tell the story and families will love the film.
Sweet but still they should just know it’s fine to be yourself it’s nice to think of that but yeah
It would be just a nice movie sure we have a lot more skinny princesses but does that really matter I mean they are supposed to be role models
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