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  • Does anybody want to be petition Star Butterfly from Star vs. the Forces of Evil to be an official Disney Princess? I know she lives in Echo Creek currently for learning and for education. I know she sometimes visit her realm/planet/dimension, Mewni. So she is still a princess. You can start this petition in Change.org or other petition sites. The reason why she (Star) has to become an official Disney Princess is because she's fun-loving and optimistic.

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    • Well, that would be interesting but...This is a Disney XD show, and sincerely, look at her concept, does it have something to do with the other princesses' concepts? Also, it isn't really popular, just like Eilonwy (even if she deserves popularity); Also every Disney Princess is originating from a movie and NOT a show.

      Even if I'm not a big of Frozen, I'd say if the world famous princesses Anna and Elsa aren't Disney Princesses, Star Butterfly wouldn't be an official one.

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    • If most Disney Princesses are the part of a movie, Star Butterfly will become a first Disney Princess to be be part of a TV show.

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    • True, besides the age is also important, how old is she?

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    • She's fourteen.

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    • Out of curiosity, are you a fan of Star vs. the Forces of Evil? Or at least is it a good series, cause I haven't watched it yet.

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    • It is a good series. You can watch it in Youtube or Disney XD. Star Butterfly is a princess of Mewni. She doesn't like bad things so she moved to Echo Creek ( she sometimes visit her kingdom in Mewni ). She was given a magical wand that will create things, purify things and it has powers. But there are still bad people so she has to defend herself. She also has crime-fighting nature.

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    • Don't anyone want to help?

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    • Two problems with this:

        1. The art style for her fits in with the Disney Princesses about as much as the Flying Spaghetti Monster fits in with the Greek pantheon.
        2. She's from a TV show, and TV fades over time. She'll stop being profitable when the show stops airing. Why do you think Calla isn't in the lineup? Kids today don't know who that is.
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    • How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

      Of course it is, it's still on the air. It is profitable because it is still airing. But one day, the show will end, and when the show ends, it will stop being profitable.

      TV works differently than movies. Movies have the advantage in the home video market, and most peoples' DVD or Blu-Ray collections consist solely of movies. TV has a more limited lifespan, since most people only watch a show while it's still on, and then move on to something else after it ends. Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Let me put it this way. Kids today probably know about characters like Star Butterfly, Finn the Human, or Avatar Korra. But, twenty or so years down the line, there will be a new generation of children who have never heard of these characters, because their respective shows won't be airing anymore. And yet, they will still know exactly who Snow White is.

      Sure, Disney could add Star Butterfly to the Disney Princess lineup now, but in a decade or so, the market for her will fade, and the target audience will have no idea who she is.

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    • Neo Theta wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

      Of course it is, it's still on the air. It is profitable because it is still airing. But one day, the show will end, and when the show ends, it will stop being profitable.

      TV works differently than movies. Movies have the advantage in the home video market, and most peoples' DVD or Blu-Ray collections consist solely of movies. TV has a more limited lifespan, since most people only watch a show while it's still on, and then move on to something else after it ends. Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Let me put it this way. Kids today probably know about characters like Star Butterfly, Finn the Human, or Avatar Korra. But, twenty or so years down the line, there will be a new generation of children who have never heard of these characters, because their respective shows won't be airing anymore. And yet, they will still know exactly who Snow White is.

      Sure, Disney could add Star Butterfly to the Disney Princess lineup now, but in a decade or so, the market for her will fade, and the target audience will have no idea who she is.

      It won't fade. Star vs. the Forces of Evil isn't fading yet. Even if it fades, Star will be still in franchise.

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:

      Neo Theta wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

      Of course it is, it's still on the air. It is profitable because it is still airing. But one day, the show will end, and when the show ends, it will stop being profitable.

      TV works differently than movies. Movies have the advantage in the home video market, and most peoples' DVD or Blu-Ray collections consist solely of movies. TV has a more limited lifespan, since most people only watch a show while it's still on, and then move on to something else after it ends. Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Let me put it this way. Kids today probably know about characters like Star Butterfly, Finn the Human, or Avatar Korra. But, twenty or so years down the line, there will be a new generation of children who have never heard of these characters, because their respective shows won't be airing anymore. And yet, they will still know exactly who Snow White is.

      Sure, Disney could add Star Butterfly to the Disney Princess lineup now, but in a decade or so, the market for her will fade, and the target audience will have no idea who she is.

      It won't fade. Star vs. the Forces of Evil isn't fading yet. Even if it fades, Star will be still in franchise.

      I know it isn't fading yet, that isn't what I'm saying. It isn't fading yet, but someday it will fade after it stops being aired. And sure, if it's successful during its initial run, maybe it'll be a franchise. But even then, the people who will remember it twenty years later won't be the ones who matter – the target demographic. Do you know why that is? Because by the time Star vs. the Forces of Evil stops being relevant, all the kids who grew up watching it will be in their 20s or 30s. Meaning, the little girls the Disney Princess franchise is aimed at will have been born after Star vs. the Forces of Evil ended.

      Think about it this way. Go out on the street, and ask any adult who Darkwing Duck is. Chances are, they will know exactly who you're talking about. But, if you ask a little kid, they won't know, because kids these days are growing up with different shows than what was on during the '90s. So, it stands to reason that kids twenty years from now will be growing up with a different set of shows than what's on right now, and will have never heard of shows like Gravity Falls or Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

      Point is, Star vs. the Forces of Evil might be successful during the initial few years before it starts going into reruns. But, twenty years down the line, it will stop being relevant, and the market for it will fade. Just like it has with many other shows that have aired in the past. Star Butterfly is not viable for the Disney Princess lineup because she is denied the long-term longevity and recognizability that movies tend to have. Kids today can recognize a character from a movie made fifty years ago, but likely have never heard of a character from a '90s TV show.

      There's still a market for characters like Snow White or Cinderella, but there isn't a market anymore for characters like Calla or Candy Barbarian. And someday, the same will be true of Star.

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    • Soooooo... any answers from The Walt Disney Company?

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    • It's from Disney Channel.

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    • It doesn't seem likely it would happen but I really want it to as this character is practically me

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:
      It's from Disney Channel.

      I mean Disney XD.

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    • Five years later....

      Show ends, and this was all a bad idea.

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    • Yeah, even some shows put the TV series characters to their franchise like Disney Princess.

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    • No way. Disney Princesses are for younger girls and from movies. Star is from a series for older kids and she is tough and not classy. Disney Princesses are about manners, marring this prince you just met and having a big heart and get money of the little girls. Star is none of the above. Also most Disney Princesses get saved by the prince. Not Star. She saves everyone else. Only one episode was she saved.

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    • Hate to break it to you, but only female characters of Disney animated features can be part of the line.

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    • 5ktessa wrote:
      No way. Disney Princesses are for younger girls and from movies. Star is from a series for older kids and she is tough and not classy. Disney Princesses are about manners, marring this prince you just met and having a big heart and get money of the little girls. Star is none of the above. Also most Disney Princesses get saved by the prince. Not Star. She saves everyone else. Only one episode was she saved.

      Mulan is a Disney Princess and she defeated Shan Yu twice. (well, technically Cri-Kee finished him off but it was Mulan's plan and she got him down so the rocket could hit him) She's not even a princess like all the others

      Although I agree that Star vs. the Forces of Evil is not kid-friendly enough just like The Black Cauldron (though Ursula being impaled was perfectly fine) nor is it a movie although she will be my favorite Disney Princess even though she's an unofficial one.

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    • KillRoy231 wrote:

      5ktessa wrote:
      No way. Disney Princesses are for younger girls and from movies. Star is from a series for older kids and she is tough and not classy. Disney Princesses are about manners, marring this prince you just met and having a big heart and get money of the little girls. Star is none of the above. Also most Disney Princesses get saved by the prince. Not Star. She saves everyone else. Only one episode was she saved.

      Mulan is a Disney Princess and she defeated Shan Yu twice. (well, technically Cri-Kee finished him off but it was Mulan's plan and she got him down so the rocket could hit him) She's not even a princess like all the others

      Although I agree that Star vs. the Forces of Evil is not kid-friendly enough just like The Black Cauldron (though Ursula being impaled was perfectly fine) nor is it a movie although she will be my favorite Disney Princess even though she's an unofficial one.

      ^The darkness didn't stop Belle and Ariel from being in the lineup.

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    • Rouhad wrote:
      Well, that would be interesting but...This is a Disney XD show, and sincerely, look at her concept, does it have something to do with the other princesses' concepts? Also, it isn't really popular, just like Eilonwy (even if she deserves popularity); Also every Disney Princess is originating from a movie and NOT a show.

      Even if I'm not a big of Frozen, I'd say if the world famous princesses Anna and Elsa aren't Disney Princesses, Star Butterfly wouldn't be an official one.

      it could change in the future, in a certain episode from sofia the first, appears a foreshadow of the apparition of ana or elsa, it could mean that we will not wait too much to see both in the franchise.

      and i not agree with the idea of star between the disney princess, she have good qualities but too have a character too wild to appear together the other princesses, and if star is summoned by the avalor amulet, i fear that sofia could mourn instead be happy by their apparition because could cause a mess worst that the sofia's problem.

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    • And thus created a whole NEW conflict: Star's show is NOT for preschoolers, and this is why the chance of that is as good as Waluigi will be in any Smash bros game as long as he is an Assist Ttrophy.

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    • I agree, Cherryblossom. If you guys ask me, I'd LOVE to see Star Butterfly as a Disney Princess. :) I already love Star Butterfly. I loved her since I began watching her show! It'd be cool if she was a Disney Princess! (Wink) I also think Pricness Demurra (WOY) should be a Disney Princess too! XD

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    • I'm sorry, I'm not roleplaying as Star, but NOOOO WAY that I want to see Star a Disney Princess..... just no. 

      Just.... NO, never! The reason WHY she's created in the first place is because she's not a typical "Disney Princess"....in FACT, the series was created to MAKE FUN OF THOSE CLICHES AND TROPES...

      ....So Star as a Disney Princess? Why not just stab for EVERYTHING Star stands for? She's NOT EVEN  a hero! She and Marco are just adventurers fighting monsters for kicks and fun! 

      I love Star for THAT specific reason

      Just.... no. 

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    • Yeah, I know. I think Star is more like Nozomi ( Pretty Cure ) like going around with her male friends ( Marco ) and more like Sailor Moon, I think she should team up with other magical girls. She is a Magical Girl not mostly a hero, so would Disney make a Magical Girl franchise and put Star, or Kim Possible ( not sure if she's magical ) and Elsa in? Or will Disney make a Crime Fighters franchise?

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    • That will be a bizarre cross over... 

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    • I'm actually not that fussy about Star anymore. Especially since they're just going to leave Ludo and Toffee where we last saw them, unless there is a fight with him in any of the upcoming episodes. (Maybe the synopsis left them out to avoid the Toffee spoiler?)

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    • Neo Theta wrote: Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Um, what about Hanna-Barbera's characters? Most of Hanna-Barbera's shows don't come on TV anymore, and yet Yogi Bear and Fred Flintstone are still easily recognizable. If people can still recognize Hanna-Barbera's characters today, I don't see why people in the the 2030s wouldn't know who Star Butterfly or the Pines twins are.

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    • this is a thing?

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    • Neo Theta wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:

      Neo Theta wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

      Of course it is, it's still on the air. It is profitable because it is still airing. But one day, the show will end, and when the show ends, it will stop being profitable.

      TV works differently than movies. Movies have the advantage in the home video market, and most peoples' DVD or Blu-Ray collections consist solely of movies. TV has a more limited lifespan, since most people only watch a show while it's still on, and then move on to something else after it ends. Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Let me put it this way. Kids today probably know about characters like Star Butterfly, Finn the Human, or Avatar Korra. But, twenty or so years down the line, there will be a new generation of children who have never heard of these characters, because their respective shows won't be airing anymore. And yet, they will still know exactly who Snow White is.

      Sure, Disney could add Star Butterfly to the Disney Princess lineup now, but in a decade or so, the market for her will fade, and the target audience will have no idea who she is.

      It won't fade. Star vs. the Forces of Evil isn't fading yet. Even if it fades, Star will be still in franchise.
      I know it isn't fading yet, that isn't what I'm saying. It isn't fading yet, but someday it will fade after it stops being aired. And sure, if it's successful during its initial run, maybe it'll be a franchise. But even then, the people who will remember it twenty years later won't be the ones who matter – the target demographic. Do you know why that is? Because by the time Star vs. the Forces of Evil stops being relevant, all the kids who grew up watching it will be in their 20s or 30s. Meaning, the little girls the Disney Princess franchise is aimed at will have been born after Star vs. the Forces of Evil ended.

      Think about it this way. Go out on the street, and ask any adult who Darkwing Duck is. Chances are, they will know exactly who you're talking about. But, if you ask a little kid, they won't know, because kids these days are growing up with different shows than what was on during the '90s. So, it stands to reason that kids twenty years from now will be growing up with a different set of shows than what's on right now, and will have never heard of shows like Gravity Falls or Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

      Point is, Star vs. the Forces of Evil might be successful during the initial few years before it starts going into reruns. But, twenty years down the line, it will stop being relevant, and the market for it will fade. Just like it has with many other shows that have aired in the past. Star Butterfly is not viable for the Disney Princess lineup because she is denied the long-term longevity and recognizability that movies tend to have. Kids today can recognize a character from a movie made fifty years ago, but likely have never heard of a character from a '90s TV show.

      There's still a market for characters like Snow White or Cinderella, but there isn't a market anymore for characters like Calla or Candy Barbarian. And someday, the same will be true of Star.

      What are you talking about? She is NOT going to fade away! and that's not very accurate either. They show reruns of KP now so children will have an idea of who they are

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    • If This chick gets to be a  Disney Princess and Princess Leia doesnt.. ( yes she IS animated now.. check out the forces of destiny shorts)

      I will scream. 

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    • Gracekim12 wrote:
      Neo Theta wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:


      Neo Theta wrote:


      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

      Of course it is, it's still on the air. It is profitable because it is still airing. But one day, the show will end, and when the show ends, it will stop being profitable.

      TV works differently than movies. Movies have the advantage in the home video market, and most peoples' DVD or Blu-Ray collections consist solely of movies. TV has a more limited lifespan, since most people only watch a show while it's still on, and then move on to something else after it ends. Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Let me put it this way. Kids today probably know about characters like Star Butterfly, Finn the Human, or Avatar Korra. But, twenty or so years down the line, there will be a new generation of children who have never heard of these characters, because their respective shows won't be airing anymore. And yet, they will still know exactly who Snow White is.

      Sure, Disney could add Star Butterfly to the Disney Princess lineup now, but in a decade or so, the market for her will fade, and the target audience will have no idea who she is.

      It won't fade. Star vs. the Forces of Evil isn't fading yet. Even if it fades, Star will be still in franchise.
      I know it isn't fading yet, that isn't what I'm saying. It isn't fading yet, but someday it will fade after it stops being aired. And sure, if it's successful during its initial run, maybe it'll be a franchise. But even then, the people who will remember it twenty years later won't be the ones who matter – the target demographic. Do you know why that is? Because by the time Star vs. the Forces of Evil stops being relevant, all the kids who grew up watching it will be in their 20s or 30s. Meaning, the little girls the Disney Princess franchise is aimed at will have been born after Star vs. the Forces of Evil ended.

      Think about it this way. Go out on the street, and ask any adult who Darkwing Duck is. Chances are, they will know exactly who you're talking about. But, if you ask a little kid, they won't know, because kids these days are growing up with different shows than what was on during the '90s. So, it stands to reason that kids twenty years from now will be growing up with a different set of shows than what's on right now, and will have never heard of shows like Gravity Falls or Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

      Point is, Star vs. the Forces of Evil might be successful during the initial few years before it starts going into reruns. But, twenty years down the line, it will stop being relevant, and the market for it will fade. Just like it has with many other shows that have aired in the past. Star Butterfly is not viable for the Disney Princess lineup because she is denied the long-term longevity and recognizability that movies tend to have. Kids today can recognize a character from a movie made fifty years ago, but likely have never heard of a character from a '90s TV show.

      There's still a market for characters like Snow White or Cinderella, but there isn't a market anymore for characters like Calla or Candy Barbarian. And someday, the same will be true of Star.

      What are you talking about? She is NOT going to fade away! and that's not very accurate either. They show reruns of KP now so children will have an idea of who they are

      Star doesn't need to be a disney princess , She's a REBEL princess it's in her nature!

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    • Gracekim12 wrote:
      Gracekim12 wrote:
      Neo Theta wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:


      Neo Theta wrote:


      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: How about Phineas and Ferb? Its still profitable.

      Of course it is, it's still on the air. It is profitable because it is still airing. But one day, the show will end, and when the show ends, it will stop being profitable.

      TV works differently than movies. Movies have the advantage in the home video market, and most peoples' DVD or Blu-Ray collections consist solely of movies. TV has a more limited lifespan, since most people only watch a show while it's still on, and then move on to something else after it ends. Characters from famous movies get near-universal recognition, but characters from TV shows fade from public consciousness when the show is over.

      Let me put it this way. Kids today probably know about characters like Star Butterfly, Finn the Human, or Avatar Korra. But, twenty or so years down the line, there will be a new generation of children who have never heard of these characters, because their respective shows won't be airing anymore. And yet, they will still know exactly who Snow White is.

      Sure, Disney could add Star Butterfly to the Disney Princess lineup now, but in a decade or so, the market for her will fade, and the target audience will have no idea who she is.

      It won't fade. Star vs. the Forces of Evil isn't fading yet. Even if it fades, Star will be still in franchise.
      I know it isn't fading yet, that isn't what I'm saying. It isn't fading yet, but someday it will fade after it stops being aired. And sure, if it's successful during its initial run, maybe it'll be a franchise. But even then, the people who will remember it twenty years later won't be the ones who matter – the target demographic. Do you know why that is? Because by the time Star vs. the Forces of Evil stops being relevant, all the kids who grew up watching it will be in their 20s or 30s. Meaning, the little girls the Disney Princess franchise is aimed at will have been born after Star vs. the Forces of Evil ended.

      Think about it this way. Go out on the street, and ask any adult who Darkwing Duck is. Chances are, they will know exactly who you're talking about. But, if you ask a little kid, they won't know, because kids these days are growing up with different shows than what was on during the '90s. So, it stands to reason that kids twenty years from now will be growing up with a different set of shows than what's on right now, and will have never heard of shows like Gravity Falls or Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

      Point is, Star vs. the Forces of Evil might be successful during the initial few years before it starts going into reruns. But, twenty years down the line, it will stop being relevant, and the market for it will fade. Just like it has with many other shows that have aired in the past. Star Butterfly is not viable for the Disney Princess lineup because she is denied the long-term longevity and recognizability that movies tend to have. Kids today can recognize a character from a movie made fifty years ago, but likely have never heard of a character from a '90s TV show.

      There's still a market for characters like Snow White or Cinderella, but there isn't a market anymore for characters like Calla or Candy Barbarian. And someday, the same will be true of Star.

      What are you talking about? She is NOT going to fade away! and that's not very accurate either. They show reruns of KP now so children will have an idea of who they are
      Star doesn't need to be a disney princess , She's a REBEL princess it's in her nature!

      I detected a little EAH vibe here XD

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    • I want her to be a disney Princess

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    • Let's look at the requirements: 

      Has a primary role in a Disney animated feature film: Sadly, no. It's a TV Show. However, if Star eventually gets its own movie, then this could still work.

      Is human or mostly human-like: Yes.

      Does not appear primarily in a sequel: This is possibly where Star fails. If the TV Show DOES get a movie, then does that count as a sequel? If it does, then Star is off the list for good. However, if it doesn't count as a sequel, this could still be possible.

      Needs to be royal: Yes.

      So, it all depends on if a movie is made and if that movie counts as a sequel.

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    • Last year in July Star vs. did get a 2-hour television movie titled "The Battle For Mewni", but it really just was the first few episodes of season 3 grouped together to make a movie. Another requirment to be a Disney princess is to have an animal sidekick which Star in this case has her laser puppies.

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    • TLGZOO wrote:
      Last year in July Star vs. did get a 2-hour television movie titled "The Battle For Mewni", but it really just was the first few episodes of season 3 grouped together to make a movie. Another requirment to be a Disney princess is to have an animal sidekick which Star in this case has her laser puppies.

      Hmm...in that case, I don't know if that counts as a sequel...if it doesn't, then Star DOES deserve to be a Disney Princess.

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    • ok i guess and im trying to make a new disney princess that no one looks at http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:897297

      so please if u want a disney princess plz look at mine

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    • I figured that for someone to be part of the Disney Princess lineup, they need to start in a theatrical movie. Star is a princess originating from a TV show, not a movie. It's the same reason that Sofia and Elena are not in the lineup. They may have started with movies, but it's tv movies, not theatrical movies.

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    • Seriously what's up with these people wanting Star Butterfly to be an official Disney Princess!!!??? \

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    • Star Butterfly could be a great addition to the Disney Princess line up but there is a criteria.

      1st: You must be

      Human - Check

      Female - Check

      Film must be successful - It is a TV series but the show is pretty successful so check

      2nd: Has to check at least one of these

      Born royal - Check

      Marry royal - No

      Did a great deed - Well I haven't seen the whole series but she has saved Marco from death a couple of times which is a great deed. Check

      So overall she could be a Disney Princess but maybe her age would prevent her from becoming one or because she comes from a TV series.

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    • She has no affliliation with the Disney Princesses that's why she is not included in merchandise

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    • Yes she isn't a Disney Princess now but she could possibly become one in the future but it seems highly unlikely

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    • Only if she appears in a movie in Disney Animation Canon.

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    • But technically Merida doesn't appear in a Disney movie. She is a Pixar Princess but she still got in.

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    • And that can apply to Anastasia as well since she isn't disney by origin either

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    • 21EvanED155508 wrote:
      And that can apply to Anastasia as well since she isn't disney by origin either

      Uh no Anatasia is in no way owned by Disney and therefore can't be a Disney Princess. I am saying that Merida is a Pixar Princess but still a Disney property just living outside of the Disney canon

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    • Didn't you hear about Disney acquiring 20th Century Fox?

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    • Yes. But they haven't offically bought Fox yet. But that would be like Princess Leia becoming a Disney Princess. Anatasia could never become one because she isn't a Disney or Pixar character. I think it's just for Disney and Pixar. Star Wars and Marvel don't count.

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    • The deal is not been finalized yet. Also I think that they will brand Blue Sky Studios and Fox Animation Studios properties as Disney.

      Also Blue Sky will become a sister studio to Disney and Pixar.

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    • Okay but this doesn't make Anatasia a Disney Princess

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    • I know that to me she fits to be included in the lineup despite not being originally created by Disney, she fits all requirements. I don't think it should matter when the film was made, but her film was a success at 140 million at the box office, on the other hand Disney will likley snub her like she is another Elionwy or another Princess Leia. Disney would consider it a critical and commercial failure because there thoughts would be "This film should have done more to us it's a failure." Merida is not originally Disney yet she is part of the princess line so Anastasia should be included since she is animated and also is not originally Disney

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    • I Agree with Luxo Jr. again, this is just normal cooperation and Anastasia is mainly a historic Princess, her historic fiction just shows more scenes of fantasy than Pocahontas's movie does, but some people enjoy Anastasia as much as a fairy tale princess.



      But her rate doesn't make her a disney Princess. Anastasia's tale would have to be done like Hercules's movie to not be spoiled.

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    • Actually it beated out Hercules at the box office, if Hercules was an success then Megara would have been a Disney Princess which means Anastasia wouldn't qualify because of her failure

      Anastasia was technically a success at the box office I just feel Disney will have rejection of her because the film was made before their acquisition of the Fox assets.

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    • All valid points but her not being created by Disney is a problem. How can she be a Disney Princess when she is not created by Disney. Merida was created by both Disney and Pixar as Disney bought Pixar in 2006 and Brave was created in 2012. Disney's Princesses are also known world wide. Anastasia is not known by everyone.

      Besides, the main focus of this thread was Star Buttfly not Anatasia!

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    • Even if Hercules was a success Megara still couldn't have become a Disney Princess because she did not commit a act of heroism and she is not royal nor did she marry one.

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    • True Anastasia isn't known worldwide. And true again Megara is enjoyed even less than Esmerelda is.

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    • Wrong because Snow White, Cinderella and Jasmine didn't perform an act of heroism in their canon productions which happen to be Damsels in distress so Megara is a damsel in distress.  Yet, Cinderella and Jasmine have heroism in their direct to video films/ sequels.

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    • Yes but Snow White and Jasmine are royal and Cinderella married a royal. Check what I said above and see the criteria for being a Disney Princess.

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    • Another thing you must understand is Disney will only included non royal heroines if they peform a significant act of heroism or if it is significant enough. 

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    • The ancient fairy tales entertain more people the medieval history animated movies from any company no matter who the heroine is. Fantasy is know wider than animated historic fiction.

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    • or if they marry a royal

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    • If Merida is an official Disney Princess then why is Mordu not a Disney Villian?

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    • Disney Villains is not as offical as Disney Princesses and their is no known criteria for becoming a official Disney Villain

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    • The same goes for Rasputin since BRAVE and ANASTASIA are both are made by different studios not Disney itself 

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    • But Pixar assisted in the production of Brave and Pixar was a Disney product when Brave was created. All your points are valid but are incorrect. Anatasia could not ever become a Disney Princess. You are trying to find loopholes but they don't make the answer any different.

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    • Who knows maybe Disney will probably talk about this with Fox about this maybe she could or she won't all we do is just wait and find out

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    • Some of Mordu's unfortanate rate of villain is probably from the thousands of movie fans who don't yet know Mordu's is an ancient animal tale like Fenris's except they're different cultures, not many people know the difference of the ancient fiction stories and what used to be quite a spiritual animal story. That's confusion is probably what keeps Mordu out of the villain list currently.

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    • Readthis blog about Anastasia

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    • Not only do I have this lucky girl's movie I do Library Stuff. So I know categories and the small differences of each kind of tale, that's part of why I've said what I have here. My words aren't from guessing mine are more from my useful library skills.

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    • Well the post is about whether or not Anya would become a Disney Princess, it has nothing to do with her story origin.

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    • Luxo JR. wrote: All valid points but her not being created by Disney is a problem. How can she be a Disney Princess when she is not created by Disney. Merida was created by both Disney and Pixar as Disney bought Pixar in 2006 and Brave was created in 2012. Disney's Princesses are also known world wide. Anastasia is not known by everyone.

      Besides, the main focus of this thread was Star Buttfly not Anatasia!

      Exactly! So let’s return to the intended topic of this thing... Creating a petition for Star Butterfly to be an official Disney Princess! My vote is a Hell Yeah!

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    • And Moana will not join because she's not a princess and also because Elsa and Anna are not part of the lineup. How stupid it is, if Moana is not a disney princess then why is Mulan even in the lineup!?

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    • 21EvanED155508 wrote:
      And Moana will not join because she's not a princess and also because Elsa and Anna are not part of the lineup. How stupid it is, if Moana is not a disney princess then why is Mulan even in the lineup!?

      Mulan is a Disney Princess because one of the criteria for being a Disney Princess is doing an heroic act.

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    • I don't think TV princesses count for the Disney Princess line.

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    • Luxo JR. wrote:
      21EvanED155508 wrote:
      And Moana will not join because she's not a princess and also because Elsa and Anna are not part of the lineup. How stupid it is, if Moana is not a disney princess then why is Mulan even in the lineup!?
      Mulan is a Disney Princess because one of the criteria for being a Disney Princess is doing an heroic act.

      Yes but why is Moana not part of the lineup yet?

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    • 21EvanED155508 wrote:
      Luxo JR. wrote:
      21EvanED155508 wrote:
      And Moana will not join because she's not a princess and also because Elsa and Anna are not part of the lineup. How stupid it is, if Moana is not a disney princess then why is Mulan even in the lineup!?
      Mulan is a Disney Princess because one of the criteria for being a Disney Princess is doing an heroic act.
      Yes but why is Moana not part of the lineup yet?

      I don't know. I have looked through many articles and can't find much on the topic

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    • Disney better not be snubbing her because she is a great character to include in the lineup.

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    • A FANDOM user
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