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Disney Princesses

There are 13 official Disney Princesses. How many can you name?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney_Princess
One of these is the daughter of a commoner. Does it make sense? No. Deal with it.
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Movie
Princess
____ _____ and the Seven Dwarfs
Snow White
__________
Cinderella
Sleeping Beauty
Aurora
The Little Mermaid
Ariel
Beauty and the Beast
Belle
Aladdin
Jasmine
__________
Pocahontas
Movie
Princess
_____
Mulan
The Princess and the Frog
Tiana
Tangled
Rapunzel
Brave
Merida
_____
Moana
____ and the Last Dragon
Raya
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Level 10
Dec 19, 2016
100 with 2 minutes to spare
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Level 68
Dec 23, 2016
Elsa and Anna are now official princesses (even though Elsa is a queen, not a princess, but whatever)
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Level 72
Jun 2, 2017
Elsa and Anna aren't official Disney Princesses
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Level 68
Dec 23, 2016
Only characters that are part of the specific Disney Princess merchandise line are included. That's why Megara (Hercules), Princess Leia, Eilonwy (The Black Cauldron), Kida (Atlantis), and I'm sure some others too, aren't on here.
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Level 22
Mar 26, 2017
I never understood why Mulan is in the category of "Disney PRINCESSES." She is an awesome warrior and hero, but she was neither born into royalty, nor did she marry into it. She was a farmer's daughter, was offered a political position in the Emperor's council, which she turned down and returned to her father's house, and the man she is implied to end up with is the son of a late general and a ranking military officer himself. All awesome positions, but none qualify her as a princess.
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Level 72
Jun 2, 2017
She performed a significant act of heroism which is part of the requirements or you could be born royal or marry royal which the other 10 do so the act of heroism was written for Mulan to become a disney princess
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Level 12
May 27, 2017
I'm just glad you didn't put who everyone thinks should be called a Disney princes: the so called "emo", Kylo Ren. Why is he even labeled a crybaby? He took a shot from chewie's weapon, fought Rey in the freezing cold while Starkiller Base was falling apart........Need I go on?
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Level 76
Sep 23, 2018
...what?
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Level 67
Jun 2, 2017
What about Atta and Dot from A Bug's Life?
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Level 68
Jun 29, 2022
Not human
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Level 16
Jun 29, 2017
82% and four knowledgeable friends!!

And i few little cousins! :) 😂😆😉😁😊😄🎶🎉🎆💕🎊🏰

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Level 43
Nov 12, 2017
Mulan is not a princess. She is the daughter of a peasant.

Pocahontas is also not a princess, she is the daughter of a chief.

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Level 76
Sep 23, 2018
But they're part of the official Disney Princess franchise.
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Level 19
Dec 9, 2018
2:25 seconds remaining! I am a GOAT when it comes to disney.

(for those uneducated humans a goat is the greatest of all time)

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Level 54
Mar 29, 2021
You are "a" GOAT? Shouldn't you refer to yourself as "the" GOAT? "A greatest of all time" doesn't make very much sense, does it?
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Level 35
Dec 24, 2018
I always forget Pocahontas
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Level 48
Mar 20, 2019
You forgot Stitch
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Level 82
Jun 3, 2019
I recall some conversation I was participating in here about how inconsistent the standard was for who counted as an official princess and who did not... seems to be gone now.
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Level 82
Dec 26, 2023
Thanks for letting us know.
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Level 86
Jul 10, 2019
Moana is an official Disney princess, according to the Disney corporation.
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Level 69
Nov 12, 2019
Almost didn't get cinderella... then I saw the thumbnail
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Level 43
Dec 15, 2019
I consider Shuri from Black Panther a Disney Princess... :)
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Level 56
Jan 21, 2020
Well maybe don't call the Quiz 'Disney Princesses' as this is quite misleading. Mulan isn't a princess, neither is Tiana nor Belle. What you are alluding to is the 'Disney Princess' media franchise - which you misstate by adding the -es! This is especially surprising as you also state the very source were you could have read this: >>The franchise does not include all princess characters from the whole of Disney-owned media, but rather refers to select specific characters<< So it's definitely not a list of the 'official Disney princesses'!
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Level 61
Apr 8, 2020
Technically, Belle and Tiana are princesses because they married princes.
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Level 76
Mar 29, 2021
I mean, I think it's fair to call members of the official Disney Princess franchise "official Disney Princesses."
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Level 46
Jan 21, 2020
Moana???
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Level 82
Jan 21, 2020
ikr?
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Level 92
Feb 16, 2024
This was literally covered in the movie.
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Level 82
Mar 29, 2021
Looks like she got added now. Though Anna and Elsa are still missing. As are Nala, Kida, Eilonwy, and so on.
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Level 76
Feb 3, 2023
Take it up with Disney, it's their list.
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Level 13
Feb 1, 2020
You did not spell alot of these princess correct.
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Level 47
Mar 29, 2021
Which ones? I'm pretty sure they're all spelled correctly.
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Level 61
Mar 29, 2021
you did not spell "a lot" correctly.
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Level 61
Apr 8, 2020
100%(the result of having sisters)!
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Level 27
Apr 19, 2020
Yas! I did this in 35 seconds!!
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Level 43
Sep 23, 2020
Mulan isn't a princess. She is a warrior from a small, poor town. Merida is a chiefs daughter as is Pocahontas. They are not princesses.
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Level 75
Oct 7, 2020
Too bad Disney is the authority here
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Level 65
Dec 21, 2020
MOANA SHE IS A PRINCESS ADD HE- wait, why am I screaming. Anyways, you should add her.
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Level 33
Jan 8, 2021
i got all correct, i used to love disney princesses as a kid lol
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Level 57
Jan 13, 2021
The number of lines isn't the same as letters in Cinderella.
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Level 90
Mar 21, 2021
No Nala? Too anthropocentric.
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Level 88
Mar 28, 2021
Better than 2.3% of other quiz takers. That must be some kind of a personal low. Just for kicks I tried it with 1 answer. That makes better than 0.3%.
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Level 66
Mar 29, 2021
Where's Vanellope?
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Level 67
Mar 29, 2021
Loving the genuine investment people are making in these comments into what does or does not make one a Disney princess.
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Level 66
Mar 29, 2021
These aren't 'Disney' Princesses, they are nearly all characters created by the writers of classic fairy tales. Hate the way nowadays the evil Disney empire takes credit for them.
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Level 78
Mar 29, 2021
Yeah, the other day they published a quiz called "Shakespeare characters" and they included Julius Caesar even though he was a real person. The nerve!
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Level 47
Mar 29, 2021
No one is trying to take credit for them. Most people know Disney wasn't the original creator of many of these characters anyway.
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Level 33
Mar 29, 2021
Moana is not a princess, she's the chieftain's daughter and at the end of the movie she becomes the chieftain(ess).
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Level 74
Mar 29, 2021
How utterly fascinating.
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Level 76
Mar 29, 2021
And yet she's still part of the official Disney Princess media franchise.
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Level 57
Mar 30, 2021
And literally corrects Maui when he calls her a Princess in the movie!
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Level 63
Feb 23, 2023
Maui makes a meta joke about how she's like basically any other princess ever because she has a pet sidekick, though, so that's cool
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Level 48
Jun 14, 2021
Mulan isn't a princess either, and I think a few of the others are chieftains' daughters. It's just who Disney put as part of their lineup.
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Level 64
Mar 29, 2021
Vanellope should be on this list, she's more princess than Mulan.
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Level 76
Mar 29, 2021
Take it up with Disney, it's their list.
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Level 79
Mar 29, 2021
You should accept Briar Rose as a type-in for Sleeping Beauty.
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Level 21
Mar 29, 2021
My whole life I thought her name was Meridth. This is an embarrassing moment for me.
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Level 75
Mar 30, 2021
Given that Moana is called Vaiana in much of Europe you should accept Vaiana as a type-in. I had no idea that Moana existed!
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Level 67
Mar 31, 2021
Maybe you could add Elsa and Anna?
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Level 76
Apr 22, 2021
Once Disney adds them to the official Disney Princess franchise, I'm sure they will. For the time being, though, Frozen merch is still profitable enough on its own that Disney is still keeping them separate.
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Level 75
Aug 23, 2021
Raya should be added to the list now I understand she is the 13th official princess
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Level 76
Jan 1, 2022
Not yet she's not.
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Level 84
Feb 23, 2023
She is as of now.
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Level 76
Feb 23, 2023
Weirdly, back in August they announced she was going to be, but six months later and she's still not listed on the official Disney Princess website. Don't know exactly what's going on there.
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Level 76
Nov 26, 2023
It looks like she was kind of phased in slowly, but as of August 2023 she's on the Disney Princess website as a full member.
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Level 77
Oct 6, 2021
My favorite princess, Disney or not, will always be Buttercup.
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Level 47
Nov 18, 2021
I really hope Disney announces Raya as an official princess
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Level 68
Jun 29, 2022
Esmerelda from HOND? Thought she was one from years ago?!?!
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Level 76
Sep 5, 2022
She was part of the original lineup, as was Tinker Bell, but they were both removed pretty quickly. They removed Tink so she could headline her own franchise, Disney Fairies, but I'm not sure why they removed Esmeralda. Maybe they thought she just wasn't a big enough draw? Regardless, she's not part of the current official lineup.
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Level 63
Oct 24, 2022
She's not really a princess, idk why she was added in the beginning and then removed.
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Level 76
Nov 19, 2022
Moana and Pocahontas are only princesses in the loosest sense of the word, and Mulan's not a princess in any way, so that's not strictly a criteria to be a Disney Princess™️.
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Level 71
Nov 27, 2023
That's overstating it, there's some ambiguity in using terms and titles like princess, king, royal, nobles, country, nation, and so forth across cultures, it's not a stretch to think that the daughter of a Polynesian royal family or chief of an indigenous nation can be called a "princess". It's definitely not the "loosest" sense of the word.

Mulan is probably the biggest outlier here, with the kind of strange notion that you could do something great or achieve high social position and that could "qualify" you as a princess. That's certainly a "looser" definition of princess, but in reality we use the term all the time to describe people who aren't "technically" princesses according to one rubric or another.

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Level 74
Feb 23, 2023
What about Anastasia from the 1997 movie? She was one of the few real princesses aside from arguably Pocahontas and Mulan, who probably did not call themselves a princess.
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Level 57
Feb 23, 2023
Not even a Disney movie, so that's the issue here.
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Level 67
Feb 23, 2023
Isn't Raya now classed as a Disney Princess? I thought Jane (Tarzan) was too, but turns out she was but was removed.
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Level 76
Feb 23, 2023
This is a weird one. Apparently, Disney announced in August 2022 that Raya was going to become the next official Disney Princess during World Princess Week, but now, six months later, she's still not included on the Disney Princess website. So... who knows?
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Level 76
Nov 26, 2023
Update: Ray's up on the website, so she's unarguably part of the line now.
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Level 57
Feb 23, 2023
Mulan is not a princess

marrying to a general doesn't make her to a royality

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Level 76
Feb 23, 2023
Sigh. This has been gone over many, many times in the comments already, and is addressed in the quiz description. In short? Take it up with Disney, it's their list.
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Level 80
Feb 25, 2023
In light of these comments, there should be a follow up quiz: "Awesome women in Disney movies who aren't 'official' but will always be princesses in our hearts". Megara gang rise up
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Level 43
Feb 28, 2023
Wouldn't Vanellope from Wreck it Ralph also count as a Disney princess, she even had a conversation about it with the other Disney princesses in Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Level 76
Nov 26, 2023
Disney doesn't count her as part of the Disney Princess media franchise.
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Level 22
Mar 2, 2023
i knew one princess moana im pretty dumb
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Level 76
Nov 26, 2023
Raya from Raya and the Last Dragon is finally part of the official line!
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Level ∞
Nov 27, 2023
Added
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Level 48
Nov 28, 2023
So you're the reason my points went down!
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Level 76
Feb 14, 2024
MUAHAHAAA
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Level 84
Nov 27, 2023
Pocahotas always reminds me of an exchange we laughed at for years of my mom and my Aunt Fran trying to get the word "dot" while playing "Password."

Mom: (giving 1st clue) Polkaaaaaa....

Aunt Fran: Hontas!

Mom: (in utter disbelief) What's a hontas??!!!

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Level 70
Feb 17, 2024
I can so identify. Dad had word "beans" and straight-faced did "pork'n..."
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Level 15
Dec 3, 2023
EASY being the daughter of a mother who is in love with animated movies. I watched at least 6 of these each week.
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Level 86
Dec 5, 2023
Because what all little girls dream exclusively about is wearing a massive dress and marrying a prince. No chance for validation on your own terms, you need a man to really count. No wonder the world is so messed up…
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Level 58
Dec 10, 2023
Sounds like you are unfamiliar with a lot of these stories...
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Level 41
Feb 14, 2024
Elsa? Anna?
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Level 95
Feb 14, 2024
Copy and paste from a previous answer:

"Anna becomes a queen at the end of Frozen II. Elsa becomes protector of the Enchanted Forest, which would suggest she relinquished any Arendelle title. Is she still technically a princess? Probably, but not sure."

In any case, Disney is not interested in making them official princesses.

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Level 76
Feb 14, 2024
Disney's not too hung up on the exact title of the characters in the Princess franchise — Mulan's still a commoner, after all — but the Frozen franchise is still profitable enough on its own that they don't feel the need to fold its characters into the Princess franchise.
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Level 67
Feb 14, 2024
Why aren’t Nala, Kida, Anna, Elsa and Asha official Disney princesses?
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Level 95
Feb 14, 2024
Nala - technically would be a queen, since Simba ascended to the "throne" at the end of the Lion King.

Kida - Disney states that she doesn't fit the princess category for "reasons", but this is probably due to the fact that Atlantis was a box office dud. It's one of those animated canon movies you forget about. They're just not going to make much money with her on lunchboxes. Plus she's more scantily clad than the other princesses. Would be weird to have a live action version of her at the parks.

Anna becomes a queen at the end of Frozen II. Elsa becomes protector of the Enchanted Forest, which would suggest she relinquished any Arendelle title. Is she still technically a princess? Probably, but not sure.

Asha - I haven't seen Wish yet, but assuming she's a princess, we would need to give Disney a little more time to anoint her one. Although, the box office and reception for that movie weren't great, so who knows?

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Level 76
Feb 14, 2024
Disney's requirements for inclusion in the Disney Princess franchise appear to be:

1) Human (or has a human form, in the case of Ariel) so that they have outfits and accessories to sell (thus, no Nala).

2) Is from a movie still popular and successful enough that kids would actually be interested in buying their merchandise (thus, no Kida).

3) Is not from a movie that's so successful that it can still carry its own merchandising line (thus, no Anna or Elsa, and why new characters like Asha currently is don't get added right away.)

4) Fits the rather nebulous "princess image" Disney wants to project. This one is a little harder to nail down, but seems to require some aspect of heroism and/or romance, while still having pretty outfits to dress up in. This is likely why more child-like characters such as Alice, Wendy, and Vanellope aren't included, and possibly why less "pure" seeming characters, like Megara and Esmeralda, aren't either (perhaps in combination with #2 above).

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Level 67
Feb 15, 2024
A pretty good summary and explanation Rob
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Level 36
Feb 16, 2024
They also seem to exclude characters from franchises they have accquired, such as Star Wars (Leia, Padme) and Marvel (Frigga, Shuri, etc), although Pixar seems to be fair game.