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Christine Cenon

Christine is Pure Fandom's resident Disney expert. She is probably the biggest Disney fan to ever grace this earth. Her interest in writing began with fan fiction, producing stories based on her favorite fandoms and ships. She is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in screenwriting. In whatever spare time she can find, she spends it attending conventions and cosplaying her favorite characters, as well as making trips to Disneyland.

A full guide to the biggest news revealed at Disney’s D23 Expo

Thanks to Disney, the upcoming years are going to be epic. Disney’s D23 Expo is over, and what a ride it was! Below is an outlined recap of the weekend’s presentations in the grand Hall D23. To those who were fortunate enough to snag a seat for all/any of the presentations (one of those being […]

10 Classic Disney movies to binge-watch this summer

#NowWatching: my entire Disney childhood. July is here and, regrettably, that only means that the season of summer is close to its end.  If you are similar to myself, you have plenty on your to-do list before the season disappears (the upcoming D23 Expo, on my own list!). But, if on any given day, you fancy […]

5 times Disney gave us unrealistic expectations about life

I used to pretend that I was Princess Ariel from Disney’s The Little Mermaid, and I would comb my hair with a fork.  I did not get far with that one. It is safe to say that a lot of us are fans of Disney.  But we must admit that their films have been congested with […]

Why Disney desperately needs a Marvel Studios Land in every park

Marvel Studios is the only Disney entertainment/mass media subsidiary without a themed land in its line of theme parks and vacation resorts, and it is past time that they did. (Disclaimer: I love Guardians of the Galaxy, okay?) As a California native, I have taken countless trips to the Disneyland Resort.  I will forever love […]

5 Disney animated films that need live action adaptations

Disney films that deserve the remake treatment. The Walt Disney Company’s decision in resurrecting their classic animations as live action films remains a hit-or-miss with audiences, even with its popularity surging in recent years. While some approve of the practice, others conclude that classics should not be expurgated (let alone, touched), for they are classics […]