The love line in movies is a ubiquitous phenomenon, no matter what genre the movie belongs to, be it a comedy, a melodrama, or an action movie. But cartoons in this regard are not much inferior to feature films and TV shows, because the romantic relationships of cartoon characters are just as emotionally strong and resonate in our hearts, because their love is reverent, strong and inspiring.
Cartoon couples whose relationship is sweeter than honey and jam
Cinderella and Prince, Ariel and Eric, Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana, Mufasa and Sarabi... You can learn from these couples how to love. However, to all these famous heroes, one cannot but add the same Marge and Homer, as well as SpongeBob SquarePants and Sandy Cheeks and other characters. Although at first glance their relationship may not be as obvious in the narrative, they show what compassion and understanding means, and therefore also deserve the right to be on our list.
So, let's look at cartoon couples who know firsthand what love is.
1. Ellie and Carl ("Up")
In "Up", viewers see Ellie and Carl's love for only a short time, but after seeing the love life they can create together, the two are drawn to each other. The couple showed the audience what a strong and lasting relationship is.
2. Hiccup and Astrid (How to Train Your Dragon)
Hiccup, a clumsy teenager who is afraid of everything and constantly makes mistakes, falls in love with Astrid, a strong girl who only lets people get close to her after she gets to know them well. Because they are similar in comparable circumstances, share the same ideals, and have similar aspirations for great things, the young couple's relationship is special and strong.
3. WALL-E & Eve ("WALL-E")
It is safe to say that in our time, when almost everything is automated and computerized, we see two robots trying to teach us to be more compassionate and be able to love each other.
4. Rapunzel and Flynn (Rapunzel: Tangled)
Although Flynn was stunningly handsome, his romance with Rapunzel was not a standard "love at first sight" tale. Despite the difficult start to their relationship, they slowly start to trust each other as they spend more time together.
Thanks to Flynn's dry humor and Rapunzel's upbeat outlook on life, the two make a funny couple. The girl is the only person next to whom Flynn can be himself, which is more important. That says a lot about their compatibility and comfort level.
5. Shrek and Fiona ("Shrek")
Shrek and Fiona teach us that freedom in the purest sense of the word can only come with the person who loves you and needs you more than anyone else in the world.
6. Mulan and Li Shang (“Mulan”)
The Disney movie Mulan tells the story of a girl who pretends to be a man to protect her people in the war against the Huns. Mulan falls in love with Li Shang, her superior.
7. Aang and Katara (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
One of the most genuine toon relationships is between Aang and Katara. The moment the young Avatar meets Katara for the first time, he immediately falls in love. In the cartoon, we can also see how the girl also gradually falls in love with the energetic and persistent hero. They eventually marry, and by the time of The Legend of Korra, they have three children.
8. Bob Parr Mr. Incredible and Helen Parr (The Incredibles)
This amazing couple manages to save the planet, raise a family, and still find time for appreciation and love. They care deeply for each other, as evidenced by their compassionate demeanor, but their superpowers and commitments often overshadow their love affair.
In the aftermath, Mister Incredible even gives up his superhuman day job to watch Jack-Jack Attacks and give Elastica a chance to take center stage as a superhero.
9. Leela and Fry (Futurama)
Leela won Fry's heart almost instantly, but it took the stern, cheerful captain of the Planet Express a long time to realize just how much she adores Fry for being such a loyal and compassionate guy.
Futurama fans have finally been able to see how their favorite couple lives together in a disturbing unusual world inhabited by frozen people.
10. Anastasia and Dmitry (Anastasia)
Don't you think that starting as two strangers and then falling in love is one of the most important moments for a couple? It is difficult to put into words their magnetism and beauty. We also love seeing Anastasia and Dimitri making snarky comments to each other.
11. Prince Naveen and Princess Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
It is obvious that the transformation into a frog made Naveen thoughtful and modest, although he is not perfect. As they get to know each other better, Naveen and Tiana quickly come to the conclusion that they might be just what each other needs. They fall in love so much that they are even willing to live the rest of their lives as frogs if it helps them to be together.
12. Yip and Guy (The Croods)
Yip and Guy gave us just the right amount of excitement, thrill, drama and emotion.
13. Simba and Nala (The Lion King)
The connection between Simba and Nala is one of the main plot points of The Lion King because it shows children that it is possible to love someone without thinking too much about yourself. They may be from different worlds, but their love for each other knows no bounds. One of the happiest romantic relationships among cartoon couples is the relationship of these cartoon characters.
14. Thomas O'Malley and the Duchess (The Aristocratic Cats)
Basically, Thomas is the feline version of Lady and the Tramp. It is important to note that none of the other cats this cat has had relationships with has ever made him feel emotionally attached. But he immediately developed a connection with the Duchess that cannot be put into words.
15. Mufasa and Sarabi (The Lion King)
Mufasa's look at Sarabi is comparable to that of a spouse when their relationship is on a deeper level. One of the many qualities of a lion as a wonderful ruler is his devotion to his wife. Sarabi supports him and works to keep the pride lands safe.
16. Anna and Kristoff (Frozen)
The story of Anna and Kristoff, the couple from the popular Disney movie Frozen, is quite compelling. At the beginning of the novel, the main character is engaged to a visiting prince, with whom she is also in love. But circumstances force her to travel with a stranger named Kristoff.
He becomes the girl's new love interest as a result of a series of important events. Of course, they end up falling in love with each other, and as the cartoon draws to a close, we see them decide to give their relationship a chance.
17. Plankton and Karen ("SpongeBob SquarePants")
Even though Plankton has spent years and probably will need more to succeed in stealing the Krabby Patty recipe from Mr. Krabs, he will always be loyal to Karen.
18. Belle and the Beast (Beauty and the Beast)
One of the most famous love storylines featuring Disney cartoon couples is Beauty and the Beast. He gets better as a result of his attachment to her.
Belle develops feelings for the Beast as he is willing to risk his life to protect her and would do anything for her. In the end, they manage to break the Beast's curse thanks to their mutual love and self-sacrifice, and they begin a full happy life.
19. Dove and Pearl (Rio)
Rio tells the story of how opposites attract. Dove is a domesticated creature that enjoys its cozy home life and cannot fly. Flight expert Pearl is constantly looking for ways to escape. She is talented and feels obliged to live in nature alone, and not with people and scientists.
Fans can learn from Blu and Pearl about how to work together towards the same goal and how your differences can enrich your relationship.
20. Bugs Bunny and Lola Bunny (The Looney Tunes Show)
Throughout his long career as an entertainer, Bugs Bunny has been known for a large number of romantic relationships. And Lola is no worse than any other girl he meets.
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The creators of the American animated series "The Simpsons" said that white actors will no longer voice non-white characters. A statement was made by Fox, according to Deadline.
This is especially true for the character Apu. Actor Hank Azaria has already refused to continue to voice the Indian character. The animated series has been repeatedly accused of racism because of Apu, which many viewers consider an untruthful and abusive portrayal of American Indians. The public outcry around the character became known as the “Apu Problem”.
The new politics of the series followed the example of other shows. So, the American actor Mike Henry, who for many years was the voice of the character of Cleveland Brown from "Family Guy", himself refused to voice this hero. The reason for this decision was that the actor himself is white, and his cartoon character is black.
In addition, Jenny Slate from the animated series Netflix Big Mouth and Kristen Bell from Central Park on Apple TV +, said they would stop voicing mixed-race characters in these shows.
Earlier it was reported that Lego refused advertising, including on social networks, designers that reproduce police stations and fire departments. In addition, the company said it will donate $ 4 million to organizations supporting black children.
All Disney characters are different and special. Each of them has their own image and personal qualities, which is why they are so memorable. But what if the opposite was true? For example, Cruella De Ville would be a dog, and Bambi would be a human. What would they look like then? The same question was asked by the German artist Alex Peak and made the “shape-shifters” of our favorite cartoon heroes, turning animal characters into people, and people into animals. Bemorepanda find it out amusing and very curious!
Lady and the Tramp, "Lady and the Tramp"
Peg and Lady, "Lady and the Tramp"
Jock and Trusty, "Lady and the Tramp"
Si and Am, "Lady and the Tramp"
Cats Musicians, Duchess and Thomas, "The AristoCats"
Amelia and Abigail, "The AristoCats"
Uncle Waldo and Roquefort, "The AristoCats"
Berlioz, Toulouse and Marie, "The AristoCats"
Madame Adelaide Bonfamil, "The AristoCats"
Paddy and Pongo, "101 Dalmatians"
Cruella De Ville & Nanny, "101 Dalmatians"
Bambi, Flower and Thumper, "Bambi"
Oliver & Dodger, "Oliver & Company"
Rita, "Oliver and Company"
Georgette and Tito, "Oliver and Company"
Bianca and Bernard, "Rescuers"
Maid Marian, "Robin Hood"
Some people remember celebrities solely for the vivid roles they played. For example, everyone knows that Julia Roberts' most memorable role was in Pretty Woman, and Bruce Willis had a great acting in Die Hard. But Dutch artist Ard Gelinck decided to visualize this by matching actors and actresses with the characters they played. It turned out very well!
George Clooney and Dr. Doug Ross, The Ambulance
Heath Ledger and the Joker, The Dark Knight
Drew Barrymore and Gertie, "Alien"
David Schwimmery and Ross Geller, Friends
Courteney Cox and Monica Geller, Friends
Jennifer Aniston and Rachel Green, TV series Friends
Jack Nicholson and the Joker, Batman
Emilia Clarke and Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones
Bruce Willis and David Addison Jr., Moonlight Detective Agency
Daniel Radcliffe and Harry Potter, Harry Potter Film Series
Emma Watson and Hermione Granger, Harry Potter Film Series
Johnny Depp and Wade Walker, Crybaby
Al Pacino and Tony Montana, Scarface
Julia Roberts and Vivian Ward, Pretty Woman
Tom Hanks and Forrest Gump, Forrest Gump
Kate Winslet and Rose Dewitt Bukater, Titanic
Joaquin Phoenix and Joker, "Joker"
Michael J. Fox and Marty McFly, Back to the Future
Jim Carrey and Stanley Ipkiss, The Mask
Macaulay Culkin and Kevin McCallister, Home Alone