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Ah, yes. The joys of a classic children’s story in which a young, beautiful maiden is trapped by an evil witch and has to sneak her boyfriend up to her room at night by letting him climb her hair. It’s pretty much a retelling of my entire high school career. And, of course, Disney is recreating the classic tale of Rapunzel in Three Full Dimensions.

Now, Comingsoon has the first (mildly crappy) image for the film released over at Planeta Disney. Luckily, it shows off some awesome Hair S&M where Rapunzel has clearly tied up some dude with her golden tresses. It’s not my bag, but I’m sure some people can get off on it.

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I have no idea what’s happening in this picture, but it’s the thing of my nightmares. Some woman with a hair fetish is drawing back a curtain to reveal the really shitty happy faces that she’s painted on a wall – forcing some nice young man to struggle against the strength of her braids and admire her artwork. Frightening!

I’m expecting another psychologically scarring experience from Disney.

Starring the voice talents of David Schwimmer and Kristin Chenoweth, the flick opens in 2010.

What do you think?


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