Disney’s THE DESCENDANTS: Either The Greatest Or Worst Thing Ever

Not for me, but holy shit it's probably for someone.

The Disney Channel has an upcoming movie called The Descendants, and above you see a photo which gives you an idea of what it will look like. The film's premise follows the children of various Disney villains as they try to redeem themselves in the eyes of Disney heroes, namely the "King of the Kingdom," aka the son of Belle and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast.

That is, seriously, so lame it's actually kind of cool. I'm just going to cut and paste the character information from the press release. It is also so lame it's actually kind of cool. You can do with it what you wish, but remember that suicide is never an answer and most people botch it their first try anyway.

CHARACTERS PICTURED IN THIS PHOTO: 
Mal: 
  Played by Dove Cameron (Disney Channel’s “Liv and Maddie”) 
  Daughter of Maleficent, played by Kristin Chenoweth (“Glee,” Broadway’s “Wicked”) 
Evie: 
  Played by newcomer Sofia Carson 
  Daughter of the Evil Queen, played by Kathy Najimy (“Hocus Pocus,” “Sister Act”) 
Jay: 
  Played by Booboo Stewart (“X-Men Days of Future Past,” “Twilight”) 
  Son of Jafar, played by Maz Jobrani (“The Interpreter”)  
Carlos: 
  Played by Cameron Boyce (Disney Channel’s “Jessie”) 
  Son of Cruella de Vil, played by Wendy Raquel Robinson (“The Game”)  

ADDITONAL CHARACTERS: 
  Ben, son of Belle and Beast – played by Australian newcomer Mitchell Hope 
  Jane, daughter of Fairy Godmother – played by Brenna D’Amico 
  Doug, son of Dopey – played by Zachary Gibson 
  Chad, son of Cinderella – played by Jedidiah Goodacre 
  Audrey, daughter of Sleeping Beauty – played by Sarah Jeffery 
  Lonnie, daughter of Mulan – played by Dianne Doan 
  And more surprises… 


I think this is seriously going to make someone's day. Maybe even mine. Probably not, but maybe. Unfortunately, the film isn't going to come out until 2015. Hopefully there are not tween/thirty-something man-child riots. They are weak when apart, but strong when united under the same banner.

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