Here's what Disney characters would look like if they were cast in the movie "Titanic"
Artist Isaiah Keith Stephens has bestowed many Disney-themed gifts upon the world. He’s shown us what Disney princesses would look like as Star Wars characters; how Disney couples would appear in unforgettable scenes from The Notebook; and even our fave princesses as relatable women who #wokeuplikethis. Now, Isaiah is giving us a glimpse at what would happen if Disney met Titanic.
For Cosmopolitan, the artist took scenes from the very first film to reach a billion dollars in sales and injected a bit of Disney magic. He took our favorite characters (plus their partners) and allowed them to spend a bit of time on the Titanic – Rose and Jack style. Let’s climb aboard and take a look…
We’re glad she’s wearing a wide-brimmed sunhat to protect her snow-white complexion from the sun’s rays.
We like to think Tarzan is imagining himself swinging on jungle vines right now.
Hans and Elsa
Hans having his hands near Elsa’s neck is making us super nervous.
Pocahontas and John Smith
There’s a reason neither of them are wearing gold.
Naveen and Tiana
They worked hard to make Tiana’s Palace what it is today, so they deserve to have a bit of fun.
Aladdin and Jasmine
We imagine that the magic carpet was better.
Belle and Beast
Lumiere, I’ve a feeling were not in a quaint French village anymore.
Shang and Mulan
As long as Mulan can see her reflection in the car’s mirror, we should be good to go.
Philip and Aurora
Aurora fell asleep. Typical.
Flynn/Eugene and Rapunzel
We’re not sure a frying pan would help in this situation.
Eric and Ariel
We bet Ariel’s experiencing some major regrets right now.
Cinderella and Prince Charming
When the clock strikes midnight, Jack and Rose reunite once more and we cry all the tears.