Dafne Keen criticizes Disney films for their negative impact on girls

In an interview with Elle Magazine, Dafne Keen (‘Logan’) commented on the future of her career and said she intended to help improve the image of female characters.

Taking the opportunity, she criticized some Disney films for causing negative impacts on girls.

Despite not mentioning any titles and not digging deeper into the reviews, the “ Frontiers of the Universe ” star said that:

“If you look at Disney movies with a more critical eye, you realize they’re extremely harmful to girls, and I’m not just talking about older titles. They are dangerous because you cannot identify what is really wrong.

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“Kid sees a Disney movie and thinks that everything on screen is as it should be, I think we have a long way to go to change that.”

While she didn’t explain what she sees wrong with studio films, her argument suggests a rivalry between girls and female submission, which was pretty common not so long ago.

Recalling that Keen is repeating her role of Lyra Belacqua in the 2nd season of “Frontiers of the Universe”.

Speaking of which, HBO has released the official promo for the ‘Tower of the Angels’ episode, which premieres on December 7th.


The new season will follow the plans of Lord Asriel (James McAvoy) after opening a bridge to a new world, as Lyra (Dafne Keen) follows in her footsteps into the unknown and tries to cope with the death of her best friend.

Created by Jack Thorne, the series was developed in partnership between HBO and BBC One, and is based on the literary saga written by Philip Pullman.

Lyra Belacqua is an orphan, she lives in a world in which people are directly linked to a demon, which can be any type of animal. Created by professors at the University of Jordan, it witnesses a revelation that can change everything. However, his life is catapulted when he meets the beautiful and mysterious Mrs. Coulter.

The cast includes Dafne Keen, Ruth Wilson, James McAvoy, Clarke Peters and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The first book was adapted for theaters in 2006, with the film “The Golden Compass”. With a budget of $ 180 million, the film only raised $ 372 million worldwide, which ended the franchise’s continuity.

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