Jasmine finally accepts Iago as a friend after he helps defeat Jafar for good. [76] Reed believes her character changed the most during workshops as the show traveled from Seattle to Toronto, and finally Broadway, including the replacement of an original musical number with "These Palace Walls," which composer Alan Menken wrote specifically for Reed. "[17] Mark Henn served as Jasmine's supervising animator. 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Feisty, free-spirited, compassionate, optimistic, fun-loving, independent, intuitive, kind-hearted, adventurous, headstrong, affectionate, stern, rebellious, hot-headed, stubborn, humorous, sarcastic, selfless, loving, intelligent, athletic, sassy, intrigued, no-nonsense, serious, empathetic, protective, sympathetic, defiant, strong-willed, outspoken, vocal, confident, astute, perceptive, caring, honest, assertive, bold, sensible, defiant, Slender, olive skin, rosy cheeks, pink lips, long black hair pulled back into a large braid, brown eyes, To live a life where she is free to make her own choices, Freedom, adventure, magic carpet rides, doves, making a difference, nature, politics, art, romance, children, singing, Genie cheering her up, Threats to the kingdom, selfishness, lies, betrayals, restriction, forced marriages, stereotypical princess lifestyle, disrespect, discrimination, sexism, narcissism, harm inflicted on her father, Freed from her unjust restrictions and subsequently marries Aladdin, "If I do marry, I want it to be for love.". She tries to use Rajah to scare the kids, but it backfires; the kids just chase the two of them up a tree. Jasmine was the first Disney Princess to be voiced by two actresses, Linda Larkin providing her speaking voice, and, Jasmine is also the first Disney Princess to have her singing voice done by Lea Salonga, followed by, In an extended version of the Disney Princess scene in. Wasn't that enough? Feisty, free-spirited, compassionate, optimistic, fun-loving, independent, intuitive, kind-hearted, adventurous, headstrong, affectionate, stern, rebellious, hot-headed, stubborn, humorous, sarcastic, selfless, loving, intelligent, athletic, sassy, intrigued, no-nonsense, serious, empathetic, protective, sympathetic, defiant, strong-willed, outspoken, vocal, confident, astute, perceptive, caring, honest, assertive, bold, sensible, defiant Zootopia: Judy Hopps • Nick Wilde • Clawhauser • Finnick • Flash Inspiration "[31], The final appearance of Jasmine consequently inspired the studio to redesign Aladdin; accordingly, Katzenberg felt that the main character, who was originally depicted as a younger, "scrawny" underdog,[4] did not resemble a suitable leading man for Jasmine,[33] which they feared would result in unconvincing chemistry between the couple. Disney Characters introduced in the manga: Caterpillar • Chi-Fu There's Magic in the Stars • Disney Dreams! After Nasira was defeated by Aladdin, Jasmine and her father are freed. Disney Characters introduced in Kingdom Hearts: Queen Minnie • Daisy Duck • Pluto • Chip and Dale • Huey, Dewey, and Louie • Magic Brooms • Alice • White Rabbit • Doorknob • Cheshire Cat • Queen of Hearts • Card Soldiers • Tarzan • Jane Porter • Clayton • Terk • Kerchak • Kala • Sabor • Hercules • Philoctetes • Hades • Cerberus • Rock Titan • Ice Titan • Aladdin • Abu • Jasmine • Genie • Carpet • Jafar • Iago • Peddler • Cave of Wonders • Pinocchio • Geppetto • Monstro • Cleo • Ariel • Flounder • Sebastian • Ursula • King Triton• Flotsam and Jetsam • Glut • Jack Skellington • Zero • Sally • Oogie Boogie • Lock, Shock, and Barrel • Dr. Finkelstein • Mayor of Halloween Town • Peter Pan • Tinker Bell • Captain Hook • Mr. Smee • Wendy • Crocodile • Merlin • Winnie the Pooh • Tigger • Piglet • Eeyore • Rabbit • Owl • Roo • Bees • Beast • Belle • Snow White • Cinderella • Fairy Godmother • Aurora • Pongo • Perdita • Dalmatian Puppies • Simba • Mushu • Dumbo • Bambi • Chernabog When she bluntly declares that there will be no engagement, the Sultan sympathizes with her wish to marry for love, however, he tries to persuade her to do her duty because they need a prince with an army to protect their land from Jafar. [164] Complex placed Jasmine second in its article "The 25 Hottest Cartoon Women Of All Time," praising her hair and her eyes. Get your own movie...". Sora and friends travel to Hollow Bastion, and after the villains are defeated and the keyhole is closed, Jasmine is freed and remains in the dark castle alongside the other princesses to protect the realm with their combined power. "[41] However, It's Not the Media: The Truth about Pop Culture's Influence on Children author Karen Sternheimer strongly disagreed with this sentiment, writing that despite being "strong-willed and almost given feminist qualities," Jasmine nonetheless "resembles heroines of old, waiting for her 'prince' to come and rescue her and using traditional feminine wiles to get her out of trouble. While Aladdin and Sora have their final showdown with Jafar, Jasmine, waiting for their return as she watched from above, is captured and taken to Hollow Bastion by Maleficent's underling Riku. After seeing the Genie off, a celebration is held in Jasmine and Aladdin's honor. Se termine à dimanche à 21:34 Paris 2 j 7 h Provenance : Royaume-Uni Formalités douanières et suivi international fournis. [12] To avoid experiencing a similar dilemma with Jasmine, the filmmakers ultimately decided to have the princess animated entirely at one studio. She watches from behind the curtains as her father gives his speech, and soon takes note of Ali's arrival by preparing him to make his appearance to the crowd. When Jafar learns the truth about Aladdin, he steals the lamp and becomes the Genie's master, banishing Aladdin and forcing the Genie to make him Sultan, while enslaving both Jasmine and her father. Later in the Blanchard Loft, Jasmine rubs the Lamp, only to find a pair of cuffs release themselves rather than the Genie (who was freed). Being aware of her sex appeal and the effect that it has on others, Jasmine is notorious for flaunting her assets to gain the trust of her enemies, only to betray and/or humiliate them when the time is right. Jasmine eventually befriends Iago after he helps mend her and Aladdin's relationship, frees the Genie, and ultimately risks his life to destroy Jafar once and for all, who has returned seeking vengeance. After David and Hook leave to seek out a magic bean, Snow suddenly senses that her husband is in danger and Jasmine offers her magic carpet to track him down. Jasmine appears in the Kingdom Hearts video games and is also one of the Princesses of Heart. [104] The costume consists of long sleeves, new shoes, full-length top concealing her midriff, high neckline,[54] and a modified hairstyle while retaining the original turquoise-blue color from the films. After leaving, she meets with the Oracle who is aware of her identity, and the two vow to find Aladdin together. Aladdin frustratedly asks her how many times she is almost going to kiss him and then questions what she is so afraid of, which Jasmine denies and instead accuses him of having an inflated ego. Aladdin ultimately manages to defeat Jafar by tricking him into using his last wish to become a genie and imprisoning him within his own lamp, thus saving the kingdom and freeing Jasmine and the Sultan. • "Super Goof" • "King Larry Swings In" • "Ladies' Night" • "Dennis the Duck" "Jasmine" is a Persian name for a beautiful, Contrary to popular belief, Jasmine's age has never been confirmed or even referenced in any of the. Aladdin frees Cassim and accepts punishment for his actions until Jasmine convinces her father that he was only helping is father out of love. In that scene, the moment where Jasmine takes off Aladdin's turban to find out that "Prince Ali" is actually Aladdin in the marketplace was omitted. [21][23] However, Clements and Musker disagreed with him, and managed to trick Katzenberg into not firing Larkin by staging a fake recording session during which they had the actress speak lower and slower in Katzenberg's presence, only to have her return to her natural voice thereafter. There's a reason "A Whole New World" is still cited as one of the most romantic moments in movie history. Larkin once boasted having to say the best line in the movie: "It's all so magical!" [137] Brode accused Jasmine of "perpetuat[ing] damaging stereotypes. She also alludes to the fact that suitors see her as a mere prize to be won, a man's possession, rather than their equal lover. 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At that moment, Iago (who was with Cassim) returns, telling them that Cassim has been captured by Sa'luk and the remaining Thieves. [9] Henn credits one particular dinner conversation he had shared with Larkin with proving very inspirational in terms of helping him discover Jasmine's emotional side. Her earrings are now golden bangles instead of the previous solid, triangular earrings that covered her ears. Arcs assortis également disponibles à la commande ici https://etsy.me/2ZWZ2g1 Tous les articles sont faits sur commande donc sil ya des modifications mineures que vous None of the Disney princes have official ages. Disney Princesses She once commented on this in the episode "Bad Mood Rising", telling Aladdin "I was raised a princess, Aladdin, and a princess knows, the needs of the people out-weighs her own." Following the success of Aladdin, Jasmine appears in the film's two direct-to-video sequels, in both of which Larkin reprises her role as the character, with Liz Callaway replacing Salonga as her singing voice. [80] In 2013, Jasmine's design within Disney Princess marketing was updated, garnering mild controversy because some critics accused the character's skin color of being lightened. Finding Dory: Dory • Deb • Gurgle • Pearl • Sheldon • Tad • Gill • Bloat • Squirt • Nemo • Marlin • Jacques • Bubbles • Destiny • Bailey • Gerald • Fluke • Rudder • Hank • Crush • Mr. Ray • Becky • AnglerFish • Otter • Charlie • Jenny • Philip Sherman ""It's all so magical! [18] The role was only one of several auditions Larkin had scheduled during the same week in which she auditioned for Aladdin, and she originally underestimated the scope of the project, joking, "I thought it was going to be something like DuckTales (sic). After tracking down Sahara at an oasis in the desert she attempts to tame the horse from the first time and sings the song "I've Got My Eyes on You" in order to soothe him. Before the merchant can punish her by amputating her hand, a street urchin named Aladdin quickly steps in and saves her by claiming that Jasmine is his mentally-ill sister. "[12] In a retrospective review, Texas Public Radio's Nathan Cone was pleasantly surprised "by how much of a leap forward the character of Jasmine was for the Disney storytellers," praising her boldness and intelligence, and preferring her over Belle. She believed him to be a spiritual gift from her deceased mother, who would tell her stories about the \"star tiger\" named Rajah. Soon after Jafar and Iago are both defeated due to the Genie's warning that a genie without an owner gets trapped back inside its lamp, Aladdin apologizes for lying to Jasmine. Brian Lowry of Variety likened Jasmine's strong-willed personality to that of Belle, describing her as an "anachr… When Snow finds that her class' exam grades are lower than expected, Jasmine advises changing her teaching methods, as she is no longer the same person who taught them, having been cursed. "[121] Richard Roeper of Chicago Sun-Times described Scott's performance as "winning" and added, "she also gets the chance to shine and absolutely sparkles" in the new song, "Speechless. She is, at first, angered with his lies, feeling demeaned, but Ali claims that he sometimes dresses up as a commoner to "escape the pressures of palace life," which she relates to, softening her attitude and prompting her to forgive him. Jasmine is introduced as feisty and no-nonsense, with zero tolerance for anyone who dares to belittle her. The Nightmare Before Christmas: Jack Skellington • Sally • Lock, Shock, and Barrel • Oogie Boogie • Santa Claus Dance and Play It! After gaining her independence by the end of Aladdin, Jasmine is shown to be very much ruler of Agrabah alongside her father, as opposed to merely sitting around on the sidelines. Enemies ", leaving Jasmine's age unknown. Spring: Disney Color-Fest: A Street Party! Explore. Upon noticing Vanellope, Jasmine, along with the princesses, leaps into action and prepares to attack under the presumption that she is a threat; Jasmine arming herself with Genie's lamp and holding it like a gun. [10] Throughout Disney's previous animated film Beauty and the Beast, the design of the heroine Belle – whom Henn had also helped animate – suffered from various inconsistencies due to the character having been animated at two completely separate studio locations. The vizier was not interested in marrying the princess; rather, she was engaged to his son. She takes part in most of the political disputes and garners an amount of respect equal to her father. She takes control over the guards and orders them to capture Jasmine and the Sultan. She isn't afraid to speak her mind, no matter who she is up against; whether it be her father, Jafar, or some other villain corrupting Agrabah, Jasmine won't hesitate to stand up for what's right, mostly for the safety of others as opposed to herself.This aspect of her character is greatly explored in the television series, where it is shown Jasmine is … Jasmine is drawn in when Aladdin implies they can be together too, but she soon rebuffs him and walks off. Avis. Insistent on finding Agrabah, she tells him not to involve himself, though Zelena is quick to point out to Jasmine that Aladdin brought the Shears of Destiny to Storybrooke, leading to the Dark One obtaining them and refers to Aladdin as her boyfriend, much to the pair's embarrassment. [54][103] In September 2016, Jasmine's outfit received a "modest" makeover at; a redesigned, less revealing version of the character's blue outfit from the film debuted at both Disney World and Disneyland after 24 years. Taille: environ 27 cm. Goal Bambi: Bambi • Thumper Slim in stature, Jasmine also lacks obvious character flaws in both her personality and speech. However, Iago manages to convince the princess that she still very much trusts Aladdin. Jasmine later asks if Vanellope has "daddy issues", referencing her complicated relationship with her father, the Sultan. Slender, olive skin, rosy cheeks, pink lips, long black hair pulled back into a large braid, brown eyes Meanwhile, after Aladdin used his final wish to the Genie to set him free, he and Jasmine marry together as she finally finds a prince to marry (this was not in the animated version as in the original, they both sing a reprise of "A Whole New World" which was omitted in the remake). The little alien flirts with Jasmine, resulting in the two riding off on the cruiser, leaving a baffled Aladdin to scorn "Hey! Crafts and recipes inspired by Jasmine. As a character, Jasmine is both similar to and different from Disney heroines who preceded her. She initially rejected her role as a princess because of the unethical requirements that come with the role, including being forced to remain within the palace at all times, forced to marry for political gain rather than love, and treated as a tool rather than her own person. She is spotted by Emma and flees, though she is quickly caught and arrested. To grant her wish in honor of her birthday, the Sultan creates a replica of the marketplace within the confines of the palace, which is enough to satisfy an appreciative Jasmine. Disney Characters introduced in Birth by Sleep: Prince Phillip • Maleficent's Goons • Doc • Grumpy • Happy • Sleepy • Bashful • Sneezy • Dopey • The Prince • Evil Queen • Magic Mirror • Prince Charming • Jaq • Lady Tremaine • Anastasia • Drizella • Lucifer • Grand Duke • Grand Councilwoman • Captain Gantu • Jumba • Experiment 221 • Lost Boys Eventually, it is agreed that Vanellope truly is a princess (when she relates everyone believes her problems were solved when "a big, strong man" entered the picture). [95] Jasmine became the fifth Disney Princess to be officially added to the game, as well as the first to be made available as a figurine. The original character was from an autonomous Muslim society in western China since the setting of the Aladdin story is set there. 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