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FutureStarrJessica Rabbit: Disney's Super Star
A classic example of the success of transformative style is Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Heavily made up and dressed provocatively, Jessica is a convincing and alluring woman who epitomizes the femme fatale. A woman who has many secrets and can lure others with her charm and sex appeal.
Jessica is a statuesque tall, terribly voluptuous, and gorgeous woman with a curvy and slender hourglass figure. With a narrow waist and large, broad hips. She has fair skin and long, luxurious red hair with side bangs that usually cover her right eye. Her green eyes are heavy-lidded and seductive with long dark lashes and accented by shimmering lavender eye shadow. Her nose is small, especially in relation to her full, red pouting lips. Her ensemble consists of a red sequined strapless dress that reveals a lot of cleavages. With a low back, sweetheart neckline, and high thigh slit. In addition, she wears pink stilettos, elegant purple opera gloves, and gold stud earrings. (Source: Disney.fandom.com)
Jessica Rabbit made her debut in Who Censored Roger Rabbit? In 1988. Her character, along with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, appeared in the live-action/CGI hybrid blockbuster Who Framed Roger Rabbit? The character is depicted as a sultry, buxom, and very short female, with a sharp wit and a double identity.
A quick look at Twitter right now shows dozens of tweets about the change. With fans complaining that Disney "does not understand the concept of Jessica Rabbit,". And decrying "political correctness." Others, both who support. And who oppose the ride changes, note that putting a character like Jessica Rabbit. A trench coat seems to do the opposite of preventing people from having sexualized thoughts. (Source: comicbook.com)
Throughout the years, Jessica Rabbit has become a cult movie and an iconic character. What can not be overlooked is Jessica Rabbit's popularity and proximity with pop culture and trends. Often seen in the Disney films "Toontown" and "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," Jessica has found herself in almost every culture that has accepted it. Jessica was designed to resemble the opposite sex, but not to the extreme that many jumps to assume.
As reported by The OC Register. Walt Disney Imagineering is rebooting its Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin at the ride to feature Jessica Rabbit as a “private eye. Determined to stamp out a Toontown crime wave.” Various scenes on the attraction have since been updated to reflect the shift in plot. Like the final scene in which. Rabbit can be seen tied up in the trunk of a car by a villain. (Source: www.indy100.com)
Jessica Rabbit is the protagonist of the movie WHO Framed Roger Rabbit? She is a beautiful American cartoon rabbit who is very active in the movie. Whether she is being chased by slobbery toons or being carried by four-legged toons, she doesn't know how to have a bad day. Her signature phrase is "Who's Got the Rabbit"?