Hi, I’m Lissabelle (That’s a portmanteau of my first and middle names). I’ve already written one artikel but I got super swamped at school and didn’t have chance to write another. (Well, I wrote a seconde article, reread it and realized I disagreed with nearly everything I zei and then took it down.)
About Me: I love everything from Walt Disney animatie Studios, but the princesses have a special place in my heart. I also love reading and writing. I consider spending time with little kids a special joy and I like to quilt. I am in the honors of AP equivalent of everything that has an honors of AP equivalent (it’s not like there’s Honors lunch). And I’m sure you’ve noticed door now that I am addicted to parentheticals.
Addendums: Like the Genie said, “There are a few, uh, provisos. Ah, a couple of quid pro quo.” Except I’m not talking about wishes, I’m talking about what I consider canon.
I think the creators’ original vision and the final film are the two most important thing to consider when deciding what is and isn’t canon. So I only count the final film and the final script for the film as canon. Deleted scenes and songs are not a part of the final film, so they aren’t technically canon, but they can inform your interpretation of the final film.
Anything that was done door a different studio doesn’t count for me. Since Tangled Ever After is door the original studio, it counts. Disneytoon Studios sequels, TV shows, Disney princess merchandising movies, tie- in books, video games and all those things don’t count. I’m not saying that they aren’t great, but they are derivative works, not originals.
• Original film: Canon.
• Final script of the original film: Canon.
• Alternate studio sequel: Not canon.
• TV show: Not canon.
• Merchandise movies: Not canon.
• Tie-in books: Not canon.
• Video games: Not canon.
Thanks for reading!