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Queen Latifah As Ursula The Evil Octopus

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Annie Leibovitz has once again taken some popular celebrities and inserted them into some gorgeous classic scenes from past Disney films.

This latest round features Olivia Wilde as the Evil Queen from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, Alec Baldwin perfectly cast as “The Magic Mirror”, Jeff Bridges as the prince and Penelope Cruz as Belle from “Beauty and the Beast”, and a wicked looking Queen Latifah as the half-octopus/half-crazy witch from “The Little Mermaid”. The campaign will premiere as a special insert in the April issues of O, The Oprah Magazine, People, People En Espanol, Real Simple, Essence, and InStyle magazine.

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