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Tina Fey As Tinkerbell & More. Fabulous New Disney Shots from Annie Leibovitz

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Disney & Annie Do it Again.
Just released late yesterday from Disney Parks, a new fabulous series of images for the “Disney Dream Portrait Series” of celebrity photographs shot by Annie Leibovitz as Disney extends it's “Year of a Million Dreams” celebration throughout 2008.(All photos courtesy of the AP, Jan.28 and 29,2008)

Above: Supermodel Gisele Bundchen, left, is portrayed as Wendy Darling, beckoned by dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov as Peter Pan and actress Tina Fey as Tinker Bell(below), in a scene entitled "Where You Never Have to Grow Up,"

Above: Singers Jennifer Lopez, portrayed as Jasmine and husband Marc Anthony as Aladdin from Disney's "Aladdin," soar through the Arabian night in part two of a dream scene entitled "Where a Whole New World Awaits"

Above: Actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg is portrayed as the Genie from Disney's "Aladdin," in part one of a dream scene entitled "Where a Whole New World Awaits"

Above: Actress Jessica Biel is portrayed as Pocahontas in an image titled "Where Dreams Run Free"

See every beautful Annie Leibovitz celebrity portraits for Disney here in large color with credits and cast.

And here are some fun 'behind the scenes" shots:

Be sure to see all of the Annie Leibovitz Disney Dream Portrait Series here


Muggins said...

Hi Laura...I love that you get this kind of stuff out there way before it hits the mainstream. Sort of like VIP sneak previews! I've seen the spreads in Vanity Fair (I think it was) recently, but was smiling to myself that, "Hmmm, I've seen this already!". Keep up the good work! Cheers, Megan

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