A lot of women dream about their wedding day since they were little girls and let’s face it: most of these imaginations and ideas definitely had a Disney-theme in it.
For one particular bride, Krysten Green, her all-time favorite Disney animated film is “The Little Mermaid.” Although she had a beautiful traditional wedding, her dad didn’t want to end the ceremony without incorporating the 1989 movie in the event. That’s when he found the best wedding gift for his beloved daughter.
During the wedding toast, Krysten’s dad Bob talked about their love for all things Disney. After donning a pair of Mickey Mouse gloves and making an impression of the character, Bob asked his daughter, “What is your favorite Disney movie?” Krysten responded, “The Little Mermaid.”
That’s when Bob escorted Jodi Benson inside the reception hall. While the groom, Chris Rowe, appeared to be clueless as to who the lady his father-in-law was with, Krysten knew exactly who it was.
Bob told the audience:
“So, for anybody that doesn’t know, Jodi Benson is the voice of Ariel from The Little Mermaid.”
Benson congratulated the couple, hugged the bride and shook the groom’s hand. Clearly, this was the moment when Krysten became “the girl who has everything.”
Before she began singing, Jodi Benson said the New Jersey wedding party that this is the first time she was invited to sing at a wedding that’s not part of her family. The Disney legend sang “Part of Your World” from the bride’s favorite Disney film.
Meanwhile, Krysten was visibly stunned but was singing along all the way.
You can tell that the bride was totally surprised. Her father obviously kept this an enormous secret.
This is another example that dads would do anything to make their daughters happy. Just look at the way Bob looks at Krysten.
Watch the video here:
Russian Artist Illustrates Spongebob Squarepants Characters As Humans
Which one is your favorite?
If you’re a Nickelodeon fan, then you surely know who lives in a pineapple under the sea. Yup, that square yellow dude that everybody loves! But Polly, a 17-year-old Russian artist, has recently posted a series of reimagined Spongebob Squarepants characters. From Spongebob himself to Plankton and Karen – our favorite characters combined with Polly’s drawing skills make a great result.
Viewers of the popular animated television series are very familiar with how each of the characters looks like: SpongeBob Squarepants is a talking sponge with square pants, Patrick Star is a clueless starfish, Sandy is a karate-loving squirrel, Squidward is a grumpy squid, Mr. Krabs is a money-obsessed crab, and more! But if you have ever caught yourself wondering how these characters would look if they were humans, Polly illustrated this curiosity for you. Check out her detailed drawings below!
11 Books You Must Read Before Watching Their Movies
I would love to read #8.
Some people believe that it’s much easier to watch the movie version than to read the book. And sometimes, movie-goers have no idea that the film was based from a novel until they hear people talking about whether or not the movie was better than the book.
While it is a lot easier to sit in the movie theater for more or less two hours with your popcorn and soda, some recommend reading the book first. Here are eleven books you need to read before their movies come out. Although you may have already watched a couple on the list, some are still upcoming films so keep your eyes peeled.
1. “First Man- The Life of Neil A. Armstrong” by James R. Hansen
Stephen King’s ‘Pet Sematary’ First Trailer Is Bringing All Our Fears Back
“Sometimes dead is better.”
Many of the new generations have probably not heard about Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary,” the 1983 horror novel that was adapted into a 1989 film of the same name. But for those who have read the book and watched the movie, it has certainly caused a lot of sleepless nights.
Now, Paramount/Viacom Inc. is bringing Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” back in the big screen. The anticipated remake is directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer, the duo behind “Starry Eyes.” The first film that was made 30 years ago had a female director, Mary Lambert.