From Carrie Bradshaw to Pocahontas: See the Many Faces of Maleficent

Maleficent: See Angelina Jolie's Villain in DeviantArt Mashups
Angelina Jolie in the trailer for Maleficent
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05/31/2014 AT 06:30 AM EDT

Angelina Jolie's film Maleficent just came out, but her interpretation of the iconic villain already has its fans.

To celebrate the film's release on Friday, a number of Internet artists have taken to mashing up Maleficent with other characters from the Hollywood universe and posting their results to DeviantArt.

Could Maleficent end up being the next Frozen? We'll know when we start seeing nine-year-olds ditching their Elsa capes for those iconic horns.

See the best mashups below.



Maleficent as Headmaster

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For Hyung86's Disney University series, the artist envisioned Maleficent as an "ill-tempered, manipulative and elegant" headmaster.

Maleficent as a Ginger

From Carrie Bradshaw to Pocahontas: See the Many Faces of Maleficent| Maleficent, Angelina Jolie

Darkodordevic / Deviantart

Darko Dordevic envisioned the Sleeping Beauty villain with a set of luscious Joan Holloway locks.

Maleficent as Pocahontas

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Precia-T / Deviantart

Precia T painted her Native American Maleficent with all the colors of the wind.

Maleficent as Carrie Bradshaw

From Carrie Bradshaw to Pocahontas: See the Many Faces of Maleficent| Maleficent, Angelina Jolie

daekazu / Deviant Art

Daekazu couldn't help but wonder what would happen if the Sex and the City gals became four of Disney's most famous female villains: Charlotte is Enchanted's Queen Narissa, Samantha is Cruella De Vil from 101 Dalmatians and Miranda is Madame Medusa from The Rescuers.

On Friday, even Ellen DeGeneres got in on the fun:






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