Over 40 images from wally disney’s twisted


Most of us have seen the marketing push that Disney is creating Tron: Legacy. Well, their 50th animated feature film, Twisted, isn’t exactly sliding into its November 24 release date undetected. We now have 24 completely new images in the approaching story book reimagining of Rapunzel, plus they showcase the stunning animation in the film. We’ve also published all of the formerly released images.  So hit the jump to look at my personal favorite character, Pascal, and a few pictures of the great Mother Gothel, Maximus, and much more.

Twisted hits theaters in 3D and 2D on Thanksgiving, and if you haven’t examined recent Disney animated films, this is the time to jump in. The Pixar influence is under way, and eight-time Academy Top rated composer Alan Menken provides some fantastic songs. Later this month I’ll be managing a bevy of interviews, both print and video, to check out a complete review too. For the time being, take a look at these great images and also the synopsis.

“Walt Disney Pictures presents Twisted, probably the most amusing, hair-raising tales ever told. When the kingdom’s most wanted—and most charming—bandit Flynn Rider (voice of Zachary Levi) hides in a mysterious tower, he’s taken hostage by Rapunzel (voice of Mandy Moore), an attractive and feisty tower-bound teen with 70 ft of magical, golden hair.  Flynn’s curious captor, who’s searching on her ticket from the tower where she’s been locked away for a long time, strikes an offer using the handsome crook and also the unlikely duo sparks with an action-packed escapade, including a super-cop horse, an over-protective chameleon along with a gruff range of pub thugs. In theaters this holidays in Disney Digital 3D™, Twisted is really a story of chance, heart, humor and hair—lots of hair.”

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Duncan Mac Leod: #28 is not a color picture from the civil war, it is a COLORIZED picture. Nobody had the technology to take color pictures back then.

patrick robock: Duncan Mac Leod. Might wanna google these things before you say them….

Asayla Asayla: Duncan Mac Leod I don't think so

kelphorn: Looks like the Berlin bootlegger and coke dealer are the same guy! Lol

LASZLO FUZFA: kelphorn 7

Luann Driscoll: noticed the resemblance

jmorrisonsgirl: Marilyn Monroe didn't look well in that pic.First time I ever saw a pic of her where she didn't look pretty ��

irenelundrigan1201: Glide Consulting there was a type of "photoshop" in existence–airbrushing.

kickasses: I think what she meant was that we usually see her portrayed in a different image like or with the white dress etc


Michael Gabriel: JAK pour up a brandy and dim the lights. enjoy.

JAK: +Michael Gabriel Perhaps, but I have been told to watch in silence…..Noooo good;)

Marta Bergen: A horse was the only survivor of Custer's Last Stand?? Uh, what about all the Native Americans who beat him? A lot of them survived.

rebecca percy: It's a shame what white people did to native Americans. It's a shame to refer to them as Native Americans. They are indigenous not American.

James Edmonds: its a shame what all people have always done to whites.

Janis Hart: Wonderful Life – For history lovers:  Interesting pictures, but that music sounds like a death march!!!

Fern Whitaker: The music is haunting

ynotcougar: They played this same song at Picture # 18's  Funeral………

Ms.gshunw: Gandhi's letter to Hitler gave me chill bumps.\n“All men make mistakes, but a good man yields when he knows his course is wrong, and repairs the evil. The only crime is pride.” \n― Sophocles, Antigone\n\nThis video is absolutely fantastic. One of my all time favorites. History is the best storyteller…

Terry: From the memoirs of Paul-Otto Schmidt, the head German Foreign Office interpreter at the time (serving in the German Foreign office from 1923 to 1945), and from the accounts of negotiations with French and British politicians it looked as if Hitler's reaction always was to Schmidt's translations. But he was known to speak some French, Italian and some English but not well. I sincerely doubt he would speak them aloud as he was proud of his public speaking and would not have wanted to appears stupid by mispronunciations. He was always reading, constantly had books in hand or nearby. Were they all German? I do not know. But for an uneducated man, he was certainly quite literate! Gandhi may very well have written in English, and Schmidt translated. It would be most likely. Hitler drove Chamberlain and then Churchill mad because he refused to use ANY English, which makes me think … he likely could speak and read it better than he let on!