The studio claims the slimmer, come-hither version of the "Brave" heroine was a "one-time only" deal...
Don't like the new ultra-princess-y version of Merida? The woman who created her agrees.
New this week: "Brave," "Savages," "The Watch" and the Blu-ray debut of "Lawrence of Arabia."
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"Brave" took control of its fate at the box office and became the 13th straight Pixar film to debut at number one.
As "Brave" hits theaters, we decided to gird our loins and compile all the facts you'll ever need to know about Pixar.
In "Brave," Princess Merida of the Scottish kingdom of DunBroch is an arrow-shooting, bear-battling badass of the highest caliber.
Enter to win a copy of "Brave: One Perfect Day" book and "Brave" Storybook Deluxe app from the new Disney and Pixar movie "Brave."
Who will be the most badass babe of summer 2012 movies: Kristen Stewart in "Snow White and the Huntsman," Scarlett Johnansson in "The Avengers," Anne Hathaway in "The Dark Knight Rises," Rihanna in "Battleship" or Kelly MacDonald in "Brave"?