Disney employees work at the most magical place on earth, but it doesn’t pay the most magical living wage. Whether it’s interns or lifelong employees, the union is working on a new deal.
Disney fans can turn any room into an homage to their favorite movie pretty easily. Time and research are all that’s needed to get started. Here at Babes of Wonderland, we’re here to help get you started by creating our own series called Disney Decor. Disney Decor presents interior design boards inspired by Disney, Pixar, Marvel […]
The Princess and the Frog is a wonderfully beautiful movie with great characters that help bring more diversity to the Disney princess genre. Like most Disney movies, the characters get the cosplay treatment.
In our latest episode of Babes in Wonderland, we discussed the distinct lack of women of color in lead roles. This is an issue in film, tv, literature and more, and as Disney fans we hope that the company continues efforts to make their characters more inclusive and diverse. To aid in that effort we’d […]
Her Universe held it’s fourth annual fashion show at San Diego Comic Con on Thursday night. All of the designs are pop culture related but we were most excited about the Disney themed apparel. Safe to say they’d all be fun to wear!
If you are lucky enough to make it to SDCC this year, be prepared to wait in lines. Lots of lines. Especially the Funko Pop! line which has some awesome Disney exclusives this year.
The Parent Trap was released in 1961 at the height of the mid-century modern era. While the hair was maybe not the best for Sharon or Susan, the decor and house were amazing.
After watching the Parent Trap for the latest episode of Babes of Wonderland, we couldn’t help but think of other fictional twins we’ve loved. From modern literature to 1960s television, to a galaxy far far away… there are more twins in pop culture than you might realize. Here is a list of our top 10, […]
Someone that’s going to D23 Expo please get all these sets for me. For real, all these sets are freaking fantastic.
Das doppelte Lottchen translates to the double Lottie which is a 1949 novel by Erich Kästner, about twin girls separated at birth who meet at summer camp. Sound familiar?!