New Annie Leibovitz Disney Dream Portrait Featuring Taylor Swift as Rapunzel Plus Behinds the Scenes Photos
Check out the lasted Annie Leibovitz Disney Dream Portrait captioned “Where adventure awaits” featuring popstar Taylor Swift as Rapunzel. You will be able to see this beautiful image in upcoming issues of Vanity Fair, InStyle and People.
Acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz has partnered with Disney throughout the past few years to create stunningly colorful pictures of celebrities posing as Disney characters from classic animated Disney films.
Below are some of the behind the scenes of photos from the Disney Dream Portrait shoot by Annie Leibovitz with Taylor Swift as Rapunzel.
Who knew before Marvel got so big Stan Lee used to be a part time model. Just kidding, this photos was taken in 1983 as a gag for in house hi-jinks. Pretty racy if you ask me. I like how Stan Lee hasn’t aged a bit in the photo.
Check out the more behind the scenes footage from Disney Dream Portraits by Annie Leibovitz. This video features Russell Brand as Captain Hook dealing with his crocodile nemeses form Neverland. Check out the video below. Which one is your favorite so far?
Check out the behind the scenes on location at the Tejon Ranch near Lebec, California. Three of the funniest guys in show business – Jack Black, Will Ferrell and Jason Segel joined forces with iconic photographer Annie Leibovitz to recreate the legendary trio Hitchhiking Ghosts from Disney. I also posted a clip of the ghostly trio classic song for your enjoyment.
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Back in 2007 Disney teamed up with world-famous photographer Annie Leibovitz to celebrate a Year of A Million Dreams at Disney theme parks. The two created the magical Disney Dream Portraits Series featuring celebrities like Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella, David Beckham as Price Phillip, and Alice in Wonderland with Beyonce, Oliver Platt, and Lyle Lovett. Their have been 6 series released so far and today Disney Parks unveiled their latest images. Featuring Russell Brand as Captain Hook balancing on his longtime nemesis the crocodile. Will Ferrell, Jack Black and Jason Segel appear as 3 hitchhiking spirits looking for a lift to the Haunted Mansion. These photos will appear in fall issues of Vanity Fair, People, GQ, Real Simple, Essence and InStyle. I’m pretty sure you can not buy these prints so it is best to pick up a copy of one of the magazines mentioned. Check out the entire collection of series below and the two latest.
Check out these babies a product of the 80′s 90′s and the 21st century all wrapped up in full body tats. They will be rocking nostalgia for generations to come. Photographer Dietrich Wegner put a lot of thought and effort into what pop icons he was going to cover these babies in. I wonder if this how kids of the future will lool like… popular culture will be stapled on their bodies as a form of rememberence of the things we grew up with that molded our generation. Like ancient Mayan tattoos…who knows… cool picture though.
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Yesterday in NYC, NY Jedi was out in about on its latest photo shoot, The theme was to show off the usage of light saber art, they had members of the organization posing in front notable NYC landmarks. If your not familiar with NYC Jedi its a organization based off staged combat using homemade light sabers, they claim not to be so much “Star Wars-centric” yet they do relay the principles of the Jedi Order creating boundaries of physical and mental abilities to become a stronger and more confident nerd.