10 Actors Who Could Have Been A Disney Princesse


To some, being a Disney princess would be a dream come true. Sometimes the dream comes true and sometimes it doesn’t.

If only Reese Witherspoon had nailed the Scottish accent we would have heard her voice instead of Kelly Macdonald’s in Brave. Emma Watson was one of the choices to play Cinderella but she wasn’t someone she wanted to portray on the big screen. Chloe Grace Moretz was supposed to be the new face of Ariel in the live-action The Little Mermaid but canceled. Shiloh Jolie-Pitt almost played alongside her mother in Maleficent but the role went to her younger sister Vivienne. If Beyonce had actually auditioned for The Princess and the Frog she may have gotten the role. After playing in Snow White and the Huntsman Kristen Stewart decided not to appear in the sequel because she didn’t like the early scripts. Jennifer Aniston was the first choice for Giselle in Enchanted but needed a break after finishing Friends. Kristin Chenoweth almost got the part of Rapunzel in Tangled but for unknown reasons dropped out. Amanda Seyfried was slightly considered for Belle in The Beauty and the Beast before Emma Watson got the part. Margot Robbie was another actress that was considered for Cinderella but scheduling issues got in the way.

Even though these actors didn’t get there chance to become a Disney princess it could happen one day. Anything’s possible, right? If you want to know more about these roles watch our video to find out.