Since being acquired by Disney in 2012, Lucasfilm has produced a total of five movies. And in November of last year, it debuted the Star Wars spinoff series The Mandalorian, which became an instant hit on Disney+. Clearly, Lucasfilm has not slowed down when it comes to producing new content since it was bought by Disney. However, there’s still one kind of project that a lot of fans have been dying to see since the acquisition, and that is a crossover of some sort between Star Wars and other franchises owned by Disney. While it might not make sense to see the Disney Princesses and the Marvel superheroes fighting alongside the Skywalkers to defeat the dark side of the Force in a movie or TV series, several fans are up for it.
Unfortunately for them, this kind of crossover has yet to become a reality. And since there’s no assurance from Disney or Lucasfilm that this would ever happen, some fans have taken the matter into their own hands by creating pieces of artwork that reimagine Disney characters as Star Wars Jedis, Siths, droids, and even vehicles. Take a look at some of these amazing mashup art in the list below:
#1 Jedi Ariel
The first entry in Phill-Art’s Disney Princess Jedi series, this fan art reimagines Ariel as a Jedi with fish-like scales on her face and hair that looks like a fin. All set for battle with her two lightsabers, Ariel seems to have optimum balance with her pair of cybernetic legs, which probably transforms into a mermaid tail whenever she’s underwater. Like several Jedis, Ariel also has a companion droid, and hers looks a lot like Flounder from the animated movie The Little Mermaid.
#2 Jedi Jasmine
Jedi Jasmine is someone you don’t want to mess with. As seen in this artwork by Phill-Art, Jasmine uses the heat of her lightsaber to turn sand into glass, which she then molds into deadly shards by harnessing the power of the Force. If that’s not enough to ward you off, then the sharp and pointed teeth of her ferocious companion beast Rajah may ultimately send you packing.
#3 Jedi Merida
Also created by Phill-Art, this illustration shows a Jedi version of Merida standing on the back of a Wampa to have a clear view of her target. Equipped with a modified lightsaber that doubles as a projectile, Merida can take down enemies even from afar.
#4 Buzz Lightyear as Poe Dameron
Part of Kady Jaspersen’s Disney Wars collection, this artwork reimagines Buzz Lightyear as Poe Dameron. In his fictional backstory in the Toy Story film series, Buzz is a hotshot space ranger. And with Poe being a hotshot space pilot in the Star Wars franchise, the two characters are simply meant to be.
#5 Jedi Elsa
The coolest mashup character in Phill-Art’s Disney Princess Jedi art series, Jedi Elsa effortlessly defends herself from mini Wampa-like creatures with the use of her special lightsaber, whose beam can refract into other beams using extra kyber crystals. While Elsa’s smirk makes this technique looks so easy to perform, we’d like to think that she trained for years to master the precision and accuracy needed to execute this badass trick.
#6 Jedi Aurora
Created by White-Magician as part of her Jedi Disney Princess collection, this artwork shows Aurora in a Jedi robe inspired by her iconic pink ball gown from the animated film Sleeping Beauty. Her battle outfit includes a belt buckle that resembles a crown and features thorn designs at the bottom, based on the Wall of Thorns seen in the movie. Interestingly, Aurora wields a purple lightsaber, which, according to Star Wars canon, is only used by individuals that share an affinity with both the light and dark sides of the Force.
#7 Jedi Belle
Another creation by illustrator Phill-Art, this fan art, which perfectly captures the dark-yet-hopeful tone of Star Wars, features Belle in a canonical Jedi outfit that seamlessly incorporates her princess gloves. While Jedi Belle seems very capable on her own, having a blaster-equipped Beast as her partner makes her look even more unstoppable.
#8 Jedi Cinderella
Also illustrated by White-Magician, this artwork features a Jedi incarnation of Cinderella with two lightsabers as her weapon of choice. Dressed in a Jedi outfit inspired by her signature blue ball gown from the animated movie Cinderella, the princess accessorizes her attire with a glass shoe-shaped belt buckle that matches her combat boots, seemingly made of glass.
#9 Jedi Pocahontas
Wielding not one, but two lightsabers, Jedi Pocahontas seems pretty confident in her swordfighting skills. And since blue lightsabers are associated with warrior-protector Jedi Guardians and yellow lightsabers are typically used by rogue-assaulter Jedi Sentinels, Pocahontas is believed to possess the qualities of both types of Jedi.
#10 Jedi Mulan
Illustrated by Tom Hodges as part of his Once Upon a Long Time Ago collection, this fan art features a Jedi version of Mulan decked out in a Chinese kimono-inspired battle robe. While wielding a lightsaber, Mulan also appears to be harnessing the power of the Force, as suggested by the white glow emanating from her.
#11 Maleficent as Darth Vader and Belle as Princess Leia
Rocking Darth Vader’s look, Maleficent appears to be recruiting Belle into Dark Side in this artwork by Canadian illustrator Inspector97. Stepping into the role of Princess Leia, Belle seems to be listening to the evil fairy’s arguments. But having read a lot of books since she was a child, Belle probably knows by now that words can be deceiving.
#12 Flynn as Han Solo and Rapunzel as Princess Leia
Credit: Deviant Art/Imaplatypus
Illustrated by artist Imaplatypus, this adorable fan art reimagines Flynn as Han Solo and Rapunzel as Princess Leia. Can’t help but blush every time Han is around, Leia charmingly tries to hide her face using her oversize side buns.
#13 Jedi Tiana
Also included in Tom Hodges’ Once Upon a Long Time Ago collection, this artwork features Jedi Tiana dressed in her leaf-inspired battle gear. With a serious look on her face, Tiana is holding her lightsaber with both hands, ready to strike at any moment.
#14 Kida as Aayla
Kida unleashes her inner Aayla in this simple yet striking crossover art by mermaidsfordays_fantasypins. Decked out in a two-piece garment similar to Aayla’s outfit in the epic space opera franchise, Kida is holding her lightsaber with so much poise as she waits for anyone who would challenge her to a duel.
#15 Snow White as Princess Leia and the Seven Dwarfs as stormtroopers
A reinterpretation of a memorable scene from Star Wars: A New Hope, this fan art reimagines Snow White as Princess Leia and the Seven Dwarfs as a group of stormtroopers. With several blasters pointed at her, Snow White is left with no choice but to surrender. However, funnily enough, Snow White does so with a big grin on her face, suggesting that she’s not taking the whole matter very seriously.
#16 Boba Fett Olaf with Elsa, Anna, and Hans
Wearing Boba Fett’s iconic Mandalorian mask, Olaf seems to have captured Hans with the help of Elsa and Anna in this fan art by James Silvani. And to make sure that the wicked Prince of the Southern Aisles won’t be able to escape, the Snow Queen ices him up in a similar way Han Solo was frozen in carbonite at the end of Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back.
#17 Hiro as Luke Skywalker and Baymax as C-3PO
A mashup art between Star Wars and the 2014 animated film Big Hero 6, this lovely illustration by DJKhopet reimagines Hiro as Luke Skywalker and Baymax as C-3PO. With the use of spray paint and marker, Hiro turns his healthcare robot into the iconic golden droid that has served the Skywalker family for generations.
#18 Winnie the Pooh as Chewbacca and Eeyore as an AT-AT
Who would have thought that Winnie the Pooh characters could get any cuter? Created by James Han, this crossover art features Pooh as Chewbacca and Eeyore as an AT-AT. With balloons tied to their bodies, Pooh and Eeyore float into the air, seemingly leaving all their troubles behind.
#19 Jedi Elsa
Co-created by StarDragon and Zet13, this striking fan art shows Elsa as a young Padawan. Though she lacks experience, the grit on her face shows that she’s determined to be one of the greatest Jedis someday. And with a unique power to control ice and snow, it looks like the novice Jedi will really go places.
#20 Elsa as Rey and Olaf as Emperor Palpatine
A parody of one of the official posters for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, this fan edit by LuBaZinc features Elsa as Rey facing off against Kylo Ren. And instead of Emperor Palpatine peering out from the background, it’s Olaf who’s giving a hilarious devilishly stare from the backdrop.
#21 Baymax as C-3PO
Since Baymax was designed to provide healthcare services and C-3PO was programmed to offer customs and etiquette advice, the mashup of these two characters could easily become one of the greatest droids in the Star Wars galaxy.
#22 Mulan as Zorii Bliss
One of the newest members of the Resistance, the masked scoundrel Zorii Bliss is shrouded with mystery — very much like Mulan to her peers when she decided to disguise as a male soldier to prevent her ailing father from heading off to war again.
#23 Stitch as Kylo Ren
Stitch and Kylo Ren have very similar stories, and that makes them the perfect characters to mash up. Though Stitch was designed to destroy everything he touches, that has changed ever since he met Lilo and her ‘ohana. Ren, meanwhile, was introduced to viewers as a leading figure of the Dark Side. But after meeting Rey, he eventually renounced his adopted persona and was ultimately redeemed at the end of the Skywalker saga.
#24 Elsa as Rey
Fueled by their persistence to know the truth, both leading ladies are searching for answers that will make them whole. In the Frozen film series, Elsa is determined to find out the origin of her powers, while Rey tries to make sense of her mysterious past in the latest Star Wars trilogy.
#25 Aladdin as Finn
Though very distinct from one another, Aladdin and Finn both underwent a rather drastic transformation. In his eponymous animated movie, Aladdin became a prince from being a street rat, while Finn went from being a Stormtrooper to a freedom fighter with the Resistance in the recent Star Wars trilogy.
#26 Kida as Rose Tico
Kida and Rose are both strong female characters, but their similarities don’t stop there. For one, both of them are wearing special necklaces. Like all Atlanteans, Kida wears a shard of the Heart of Atlantis around her neck. With the power of the crystal, Kida and her people are given abnormally long lives.
Rose’s necklace, meanwhile, has more sentimental value than anything else. The Resistance technician wears a Hasyian ore medallion, which serves as a memento of her late sister Paige. Along with Paige’s own medallion, Rose’s medallion was a stylized ensign of the Otomok system, representing the planet of Hays Minor.
#27 Moana as Jannah
Moana and Jannah both have leadership qualities, making them perfect for this mashup art. At the end of her eponymous movie, Moana takes up the role of chief and wayfinder, leading her people as they resume voyaging. Meanwhile, Jannah, as revealed in the film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, led a tribe of brave and noble warriors on an ocean moon by the time of the First Order/Resistance War.
#28 Sulley as Chewbacca
While Monster, Inc.’s Sulley and Star Wars’ Chewbacca are both big and physically strong, none of them is overly violent, making them two of the most beloved gentle giants in fiction. To transform into Chewbacca, Sulley trades his cyan/magenta fur for brown wool and wears a bandolier around his left shoulder down across his torso.
#29 Wall-E as BB-8
Though built very differently from one another, Wall-E and BB-E are both dependable robots that manifest some human traits. In his eponymous animated movie, Wall-E developed curiosity 700 years after he became operational. BB-8, meanwhile, formed a strong bond with his owner Poe Dameron, saving his life several times during their time together in the Star Wars franchise. For this mashup art, illustrator Kady Jaspersen keeps BB-8’s round body and combines it with Wall-E’s arms, neck, and eyes.
#30 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie poster parody
A reinterpretation of a poster for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, this fan art reimagines Elsa as Rey, Lilo as Kylo Ren, Aladdin as Finn, Kida as Rose Tico, Buzz Lightyear as Poe Dameron, Moana as Jannah, Mulan as Zorii Bliss, Sulley as Chewbacca, Baymax as C-3PO, and Wall-E as BB-8.
#31 Lilo as a Jedi youngling and Stitch as Yoda
Yoda Stitch is teaching Lilo the ways of the Force as one of the newest Jedi younglings. While it’s unclear how far along Lilo is in training, her huge smile suggests that she has just picked up her first-ever lightsaber.
#32 Belle as Han Solo and Beast as Chewbacca
In the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast, Belle and Beast are dance partners, but in this fan art set in the action-packed universe of Star Wars, the two are partners in crime trying to survive an attack from unseen blaster-equipped enemies. Illustrator Isaiah Stephens transformed Belle into Han Solo and turned Beast into Chewbacca.
#33 Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs as Leia with the Ewoks
Inspired by the time Princess Leia was taken back to the Ewok village as a guest in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, this fan art depicts Snow White as the Alderaan royalty, with the seven dwarfs ― Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, and Sneezy – all appearing as Ewoks. Though dwarfs and Ewoks have almost the same average height, the latter are physically stronger than the former and can actually overpower combat-trained humans.
#34 Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, and Aurora as stormtroopers
Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, and Aurora are serving the Galactic Empire as stormtroopers in this Disney Princess/Star Wars mashup art. In the middle of a desert-like terrain, the quartet take a break from patrolling under the scorching heat of the sun and remove their helmets for a while to cool off.
#35 Ursula as Jabba the Hutt and Ariel as Princess Leia
At the end of the movie The Little Mermaid, Eric killed Ursula with a splintered bowsprit of a wrecked ship, ultimately saving Ariel. But in this artwork where the Princess of Atlantica and the sea witch are reimagined as Star Wars characters, the latter is the one who ends up on the winning side. Depicted as the notorious crime lord Jabba the Hut, Ursula captures Ariel and makes her one of her slaves.
#36 Maleficent as Darth Vader and the Evil Queen (Incognito) as The Emperor
Featuring two Disney Princess villains teaming up, this fan art holds so much evil power. Maleficent is reimagined as Darth Vader complete with Anakin Skywalker’s sleek black armor, helmet, and crimson-bladed lightsaber. The Evil Queen, meanwhile, is reimagined as Darth Sidious, aka The Emperor. And since the incognito look of Snow White’s nemesis is very similar to the Sith Lord’s hooded appearance, the villainess doesn’t really need to do so many changes to fit the bill.
#37 Aurora frozen in carbonite
In the 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty, Aurora fell into a deep sleep after Maleficent placed a cursed on her. But in this Star Wars-themed fan art, the Disney royalty was placed in hibernation by freezing her in carbonite. While a lot of notable Star Wars characters have experienced being frozen in carbonite, the way Aurora was drawn suggests that the artwork itself was inspired by the time Han Solo was encased in a carbonite block.
#38 Jedi Ariel
Created by illustrator pushfighter, this artwork features Ariel as a Jedi with a pair of blue-bladed lightsabers. But unlike most Jedis who wear earth-toned robes and loose-fitting pants, Ariel is rocking a purple bra top with skin-tight long sleeves and a close-fitting collar. She’s also wearing a long skirt that has the same color as her mermaid tail.
#39 Sith Elsa
As Frozen fans may know, Elsa was originally written as the villain of the movie. While this direction for the character was ultimately dropped, fans still saw a dark side to Elsa when her anxieties over her then-uncontrollable powers triggered a curse that plunged Arendelle into an eternal winter. Elsa’s villain-like traits that surfaced during that time are the inspiration for this fan art. Reimagined as a Sith, Elsa’s wickedness is on full display in this artwork. Wielding a red lightsaber on her right hand and forming a Force lighting blast with her other hand, the Sith Snow Queen is ready to bring havoc to the galaxy.
#40 Bounty Hunter Mulan
In her eponymous 1998 movie, Mulan disguised herself as a man and enlisted herself in the army in lieu of her feeble father. Princess Leia, meanwhile, impersonated bounty hunter Boushh in 1983’s Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in order to infiltrate Jabba’s Palace and free Han Solo. The parallelism between the two was what inspired this mashup art. Though already dressed in one of her iconic outfits from her film, Mulan is also wearing a cape similar to Boushh’s. She also has a bandolier hanging over one of her shoulders and is holding the bounty hunter’s long lance and unique helmet.
#41 Slave Jasmine
This is probably the most natural Disney Princess/Star Wars crossover art that pushfighter has ever made. Jasmine’s iconic outfit from the movie Aladdin already features gold motifs and a bare midriff, so making her look like one of the scantily-clad slaves in the Star Wars universe doesn’t really require too much effort. Aside from their tiny clothing, Jabba’s slaves are also known for their braided hair, so pushfighter made sure that the Princess of Agrabah has the same hairstyle for this fan art.
#42 Sith Snow White
Snow White is best known for her kindness and pure heart, so seeing her as a Sith is definitely a breath of fresh air. Giving her most evil look, this version Snow White is wearing a hood and a strapless dress both inspired by the Evil Queen’s signature color palette and aesthetic pattern. She’s also wielding a double-bladed red lightsaber and seems ready to attack anytime with a fatal Force lightning blast.
#43 Padawan Rapunzel
Rapunzel is reimagined as a Padawan in this Disney Princess/Star Wars crossover art. Though still a Jedi apprentice, the Princess of Corona clearly has a very special skill set. As seen in the artwork, Padawan Rapunzel can turn the end portion of her long golden blonde hair into a lightsaber, and can even control it without actually touching it.