Disney characters reimagined as the opposite gender

This is how your favorite Disney princesses, princes, and villains would look like if they were the opposite sex.

    Ever since the controversial all-girl Ghostbusters remake was released in July 2016, Hollywood’s interest in gender-bending movies has been reignited. Though the Paul Feig-directed film starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones, was a box office flop, its commercial failure didn’t stop film producers from investing on gender-bending reboots.

    With Ocean’s Eight’s relative box office success, more gender-swapped remakes have been brought to the big screen, including the female-centric remake of What Women Want called What Men Want starring Taraji P. Henson; and the Dirty Rotten Scoundrels redo, titled The Hustle, with Hathaway and Rebel Wilson tagging in for Michael Caine and Steve Martin. Additionally, a Splash remake, where Jillian Bell will play the Tom Hanks role and Channing Tatum will have the tail as a merman, is currently in development.

    Walt Disney Pictures have also jumped on that trend. In July 2016, it was confirmed that it would reboot The Rocketeer with a black female pilot in the lead role. Moreover, Disney’s upcoming live-action adaptation of the 1995 animated film Lady and the Tramp will feature a gender-switched supporting character named Jackie. The Scottish Terrier character is a gender-swapped version of Jock from the original film.

    But will Disney ever produce a gender-bending remake of one of its animated classics? Although nothing is really impossible in Hollywood, it’s less likely that Disney would dare to do one, given the political criticisms surrounding gender-bending reboots and the uncertain box office fates of such movies. Fortunately, Disney fans don’t need any feature-length film to see a gender-swapped version of their favorite princesses, princes, and villains, because lots of brilliant digital artists have already reimagined several of these characters as the opposite gender. Take a look at the list below to see some of these amazing fan art.

    #1 Female Aladdin and Genie

    Female Aladdin and Genie
    Photo Credit: FERNL

    It looks like female Aladdin and female Genie go out of the palace for what appears to be a late-night dance rehearsal. Is Aladdin brushing up her moves to impress Jasmine in the dance floor?

    #2 Male Tinker Bell

    Male Tinker Bell
    Photo Credit: Marion

    This gender-bent Tinker Bell is a ruggedly handsome fairy. Though he’s sporting a huge and delicate pair of wings, his snobbish look and fully-tattooed upper body make him extra mysterious and sexy.

    #3 Male Ariel

    Male Ariel
    Photo Credit: sakimichan

    Merman Ariel is ecstatic to have a glimpse of the human world once again. And he isn’t the only one who’s happy, as his ever trusty best friend Flounder looks overjoyed as well.

    #4 Male and Female Elsas

    Male and Female Elsas
    Photo Credit: sakimichan

    If Elsa has a twin brother then this how they would look like together. The artist’s version of the Queen of Arendelle is cute and cunning, while her male counterpart looks like a hunky playboy.

    #5 Male Ariel and Ursula

    Male Ariel and Ursula
    Photo Credit: Kelly Burke

    Merman Ariel seems a little bit frightened by the approaching male Ursula. But it looks like the villainous sea warlock isn’t trying to pick a fight, as the smile on his face suggests that he’s ready to make amends.

    #6 Male and Female Ariels

    Male and Female Ariels
    Photo Credit: sakimichan

    These male and female reimaginings of Ariel are both oozing with hotness. But the cheeky wink and the sexy smile of the male version of the character makes him more of a head-turner than his female counterpart.

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