At the end of their movies, these Disney villains find themselves out of a job. Their evil plans have been thwarted, their life’s work (however villainous) has been snuffed out. So what do they do after their adversaries (otherwise known as some of our favorite characters) get to live happily ever after? We think they might have to look for new places to use their very special sets of skills. And to get a new job, you need a great resume. Here’s what we imagine some Disney villain resumes might look like.
A new Mickey Mouse short from Disney Studios with some trippy animation
A precarious avalanche threatens to put an end to Mickey and Minnie’s yodeling duet.
The Toy Soldier costume from Babes In Toyland has to be one of the most awkward costume characters to perform in. This guy does a great turtle impersonation after he hits the ground.
Artist and photographer Mike Roshuk has created a series of Disney princesses no longer being sweet and innocent
This past weekend kicked off Star Wars Weekends at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and as always, the Hyperspace Hoopla was crazy awesome. This show managed to outdo last year’s show which we thought wasn’t possible.
*WARNING*- this is the FULL show. All 36 minutes of it. Grab a snack and get settled in before hitting play
Props to Attractions Magazine for the video