Hilarious GIFs of Nicolas Cage as Disney Princesses

When you think of Disney Princesses, your mind may not automatically go to Nicolas Cage but this funny photo collection might change that. BuzzFeed staff member Jen Lewis created these hilarious gifs of the film star’s animated face replacing that of the beautifully enchanting female leads like Cinderella and Snow White.

The internet’s inexplicable fascination with the National Treasure star is taken to a whole other level with these moving images. Whether Cage’s cartoonish face on Belle’s body is side-eyeing the Beast’s rose or his grimacing face atop Princess Jasmine’s figure is winking at you, there’s something so odd about it all that it’ll, at the very least, make you smile very hard. Even as Ariel bursting out of the water on a cliff, we’re given an irresistibly funny image of Cage and his dazzling short locks flowing in the wind.

Top photo: Belle, Beauty and the Beast


Cinderella, Cinderella


Aurora, Sleeping Beauty


Tiana, The Princess and the Frog


Jasmine, Aladdin


Pocahontas, Pocahontas


Mulan, Mulan


Snow White, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


Ariel, The Little Mermaid

Photo/GIF credit: Jen Lewis/Buzzfeed
via [Visual News, BuzzFeed]



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