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Die schottische Prinzessin Merida ist ein echter Wildfang und ein Ass im Bogenschießen. Als ihre Mutter sie gegen ihren Willen mit dem Erstgeborenen von einem der befreundeten Clanchefs verheiraten will, wehrt sie sich mit allen Kräften. In ihrer. Merida – Legende der Highlands (Originaltitel: Brave) ist ein US-amerikanischer Animationsfilm, der erschien. Er ist der abendfüllende Animationsfilm. Finde passende Merida Kostüme, Spielzeug und Taschen für jedes Alter im Disney Store - Merida - Legende der Highlands - Merida - Kostüm für Kinder · (2). Disney Store – Merida – Legende der Highlands – Set mit Pfeil und Bogen. 20,00 €. returns Kostenlose Rücksendungen. FREE Delivery* on orders over. Entdecken Sie Schottland, das Land, das Disney Pixar zum Animationsfilm Merida- Legende der Highlands inspiriert hat.
Merida: Legende der Highlands: piteabridge.se: Disney, Disney/Pixar, Oder, Bettina: Bücher. Die schottische Prinzessin Merida ist ein echter Wildfang und ein Ass im Bogenschießen. Als ihre Mutter sie gegen ihren Willen mit dem Erstgeborenen von einem der befreundeten Clanchefs verheiraten will, wehrt sie sich mit allen Kräften. In ihrer. Merida - Legende der Highlands. Brave. Merida - Legende der Highlands, Filmplakat (Foto: Disney/Pixar) Zoom. USA
That night they sneak back into the castle. Peeking into the Great Hall, they see Fergus and the lords behind barricades, hurling weapons at each other, on the brink of war.
That is when Merida realizes that the kingdom will be torn apart if she does not set it right, and she tries to tell Elinor to stop them.
But Elinor, in bear form, cannot do any such thing, and it is up to Merida to stop this madness. Elinor, fearful of being seen and attacked, freezes into a stationary position while Merida walks into the room and tells them she was in conference with Elinor.
The Lords demand to see the queen until Merida silences them all. She tells them of the story of the selfish prince who brought chaos to the land and reminds them that legends are lessons and they ring with truths.
The clans had been enemies until they were threatened by the Northern Invaders and joined forces to defend their lands. When they won the war, the clans made Fergus their king for bringing them together and made an alliance.
Merida then admits that what she had done was selfish and must amend her mistake. She tells them that she and the sons should all be free to follow their hearts and find their own loves.
The Lords' sons agree with this and confess to their fathers that they did not want to fight over a girl who does not want any of it.
So they all agree, but Merida notices a guard staring at Elinor's frozen pose and distracts everyone by telling them to got to the cellar to celebrate.
When everyone is gone, Elinor is proud of her and they both head to the tapestry room. As Merida is looking for thread and needles to mend the tapestry, Elinor turns wild again and attacks Merida.
When Fergus enters the room she attacks him and cuts Merida's arm. When Elinor snaps out of it, Merida tries to calm her, but her mother flees in horror as Merida tries to tell Fergus that the bear is Elinor, but Fergus refuses to listen.
He locks her in the tapestry room for protection and gives the key to the servant Maudie while he and the Lords go after Elinor. Merida starts crying again and calls out until her brothers show up… but they, too, have been turned into bears for eating of the cursed cake.
She tells them to get the key. They release Merida, and all four ride on Angus while Merida frantically sews up the tapestry.
They follow a trail of will o' the wisps to where Elinor was captured. Merida fights Fergus to keep him from killing Elinor until he is convinced when the three bear cubs help stop him, and he realizes they are his sons.
A distraught and heartbroken Merida apologizes to her mother for her rebellious actions. Suddenly Mor'du appears and attacks the soldiers and Fergus.
Then he attempts to eat Merida until Elinor breaks free from the ropes. She saves Merida just in time and starts fighting Mor'du. After slamming Elinor into one of the stones, he turns to kill Merida, who is holding up a spear against him, until Elinor pulls him back and smashes him against a cracked menhir, which then crushes him to death.
A wisp of something rising from his body reveals the image of the prince, who nods to them as if in acknowledgment and gratitude and then turns into a will o the' wisp himself.
As the sun starts to come up, Merida realizes it is the second sunrise; she grabs the tapestry and throws it around Elinor, but realizes that nothing is happening, much to her shock and sadness.
Thinking she has failed, she tearfully hugs her mother. Merida sincerely apologizes for everything, admitting it is her fault and says that she loves her, thereby mending the actual "bond torn by pride"—the bond between them as mother and daughter—moments before the rays of the second sunrise touch them.
She feels a human hand stroke her hair, and realizes the spell has been broken and Elinor is human again. Fergus comes and hugs his wife and daughter and kisses Elinor.
Elinor reminds her husband that she is naked under the tapestry and Fergus tells the lords not to look as the triplets, also human once again, come running naked and hugging their parents and elder sister.
Later, Merida and Elinor are sewing a new tapestry together of Merida and Elinor as a bear until they are called to the docks to say goodbye to the Lords.
Then they both ride on their horses and journey around Scotland , their mother-daughter relationship and bond even stronger and closer now.
Merida made a guest appearance on Sofia the First in the first installment of the four-part episode " The Secret Library ", which was aired on October 12 , She became the first and only Pixar character to appear in the series.
Merida shoots an arrow in front of Sofia to get her attention as she appears from nowhere. Sofia hoped that Merida can help her find her aunt's bag, but Merida tells her she does not need it, all she needs is to believe that she can save them herself.
At first, Sofia still feels doubtful that she cannot do it but with a little more encouragement from Merida with Sofia shooting an arrow from her bow, she finally gains confidence that she can save Minimus and Mazzimo and fulfill her task as the storykeeper.
Merida and Aunt Tilly watch Sofia take off with Tilly's winged horse Athena and flies off to the rescue. In " Forever Royal " when Sofia is battling Vor inside her amulet, Merida appears to Sofia in spirit form along with all the other princesses who have been summoned to help Sofia in her times of need and they encourage her to be brave and strong for they all believe in her.
When Vanellope glitches into the princesses' dressing room, Merida is seen talking with Mulan. Mistaking Vanellope for a threat, Merida arms herself with her bow and an arrow at Vanellope.
Vanellope explains that she is also a princess. Merida, Mulan, Anna , and Moana are the only ones who do not ask Vanellope a question to prove what kind of princess she is.
After declaring Vanellope an official princess, they admire Vanellope's casual modern outfit and change into more comfortable modern clothes to match.
Merida wears a dark plaid jacket with a dark top with a graphic of her mother in her bear form with the word "MUM" underneath, tan shorts and brown boots, and is seen lounging in a directors chair between Belle and Aurora.
After Vanellope sings about how she wants a steering wheel for her video game Sugar Rush , Merida gives her a disgusted look.
Before Vanellope leaves, Merida tries to give her advice in Scots, but neither Vanellope nor the other princesses understand her, with Anna explaining that she is from " the other studio ".
In a deleted scene featured in trailers, she spoke in the Scots dialect, saying: "Ah gave my mammy a cake, she turned intae a big bear, then my auld man tried tae dae her in!
If that isn't a big mess, I don't know whae is! Lang may yer lum reek, and may a moose ne'er leave yer girnal wi' a tear drop in his eye!
Haste ye back, wee lassie! Hurry back, little girl! In the climax of the film, Merida and the princesses witness Ralph about to fall to his death and work together to save him with their abilities.
Merida fires two arrows tied to strands of Rapunzel 's magic hair tied to Snow White 's dress with Jaq and Gus riding on them to Cinderella and Anna.
After Ralph is saved the princesses introduce themselves as friends of Vanellope and befriend Ralph as well.
Merida appears in Season 5 of the series, and she is played by Scottish actress Amy Manson. After the events of the film, she has a very negative attitude towards witches hence her immediate dislike to Emma.
Ten years after the events that take place in Brave , Merida lived a peaceful life in her kingdom until the Northern Invaders returned.
As the clans battled the invaders, King Fergus was attacked and killed by a knight. Merida blames herself for her father's death, causing her allied clans to find her unfit to rule, and their first act of rebellion was kidnapping her brothers, which resulted in Merida, in retaliation, to declare war on their kingdoms.
Several months into her quest to save her brothers and her kingdom, Merida came across a will o' the wisp and catches it in hopes that it will lead her to them.
During this point of her quest, she encountered Emma, whom she assumed is a witch after she had been pulled down by her dark magic.
Emma explained to her that she also needs the will o' the wisp to get rid of the Dark One's magic that had cursed her, and after declining a purposed fight in order to avoid giving into her inner darkness, Merida grants Emma privilege to use the wisp once she's done with it.
That night, on their journey to the Hills of Stones, where the will o' the wisps are said to come from, the two had set up camp to rest.
While she rests, Merida overheard Emma seemingly talking to herself about betraying her; she is unaware that it was actually the manifestation of Rumplestiltskin that persuades Emma to do so.
The following morning, Merida left a decoy in her place as she sneaks off to the Hills of Stones, where she whispers into the wisp and releases it.
By the time Emma had arrived, Merida had her arrow fixed on her. Every time Merida shoots her arrows, Emma managed to grab them.
Then, under Rumplestiltskin's influence, Emma magically pulls Merida to her, rips her heart out, and begins to crush it.
Luckily, Emma's family and friend arrive in the nick of time to persuade her to stop and return Merida's heart.
Afterward, Merida thanks Emma for helping her see her inner darkness as well. Realizing that her mission would result in the death of the clans, she decided that giving them mercy is the only hope of bringing the clans and their kingdoms back together.
After bidding Emma farewell, Merida leaves the group to follow the wisp. The wisp takes Merida to the edge of the Ivory Sea.
She finds a boat to cross, but she is caught by the boat's owner, King Arthur , who throws her in his dungeon. She was all alone until Lancelot is brought into an adjacent cell across from hers.
They became allies when Lancelot tells her that he had a disagreement with the king, to which Merida remarked that any enemy of King Arthur's is a friend of hers.
Later, Merlin , Hook , David , and Belle break into the dungeon to liberate Lancelot, and Merida convinces them to let her out so she can aid them on their quest.
However, her real motive was to kidnap Belle, who had a great knowledge of magic. After crossing the Ivory Sea to DunBroch, the two girls sneak into the Witch's cottage and brew a potion letting them see Merida's brothers.
After learning that her brothers are to be executed, Merida makes Belle recreate the potion that transformed Mor'Du and Elinor into bears.
When they reach the clan's encampment, they see Young MacIntosh, Young MacGuffin, and Wee Dingwall, now Lords of their clans, preparing to kill the boys, Belle tries to convince her to not kill the Lords and to stop blaming herself for her father's death, but Merida is stubborn and takes the potion after revealing herself to the Lords.
But Belle swapped out the potion with water, and the Lords fire on Merida's brothers, but she is able to knock all three arrows out with a single shot.
The clans decide to accept her as their queen. As Belle prepares to leave, Merida asks if she may help on the quest, but Belle declines, saying that DunBroch needs their queen.
Merida convinces her mother that if they don't break the spell, she'll become a wild bear forever like Mor'du.
Merida realizes that "mend the bond torn by pride" would mean fixing the family tapestry, which she had damaged during their arguments.
The two of them rush back to the castle, where they discover Fergus and the lords brawling over Merida, who steps into the great hall and stops the fighting.
Merida makes a moving speech, convincing the clans that she must restore their bond and that the lords' sons should marry whomever they choose.
The lords reluctantly agree and as they celebrate, Merida and Elinor climb up into the tapestry room to fix the torn tapestry.
Fergus enters Elinor's room to tell her about what happened, but finds the room in ruins instead. In horror and despair he enters the tapestry room to find Merida pulling the tapestry off the wall and discovers Elinor in her bear-self.
Fergus attacks Elinor, thinking she is Mor'du, but Merida blocks his path and Elinor escapes. Fergus detains Merida and follows Elinor with the other clans.
With help from her brothers, who also have transformed into bears by inadvertently eating the spell cake, Merida gets out of her room and rides after her father into the forest while fixing the tapestry on horseback.
Merida saves her mother just before Mor'du appears and overpowers the clans. Elinor defeats Mor'du by smashing him against a tall menhir, which topples over and crushes him, releasing the prince's spirit.
Realizing what the witch's riddle meant, Merida places the fixed tapestry over Elinor and reconciles with her mother.
Elinor is suddenly transformed back into a human along with the triplets and the family is happily reunited. Merida appeared as the main character in the " endless running " video game , Temple Run: Brave , a spinoff of the game Temple Run.
The game was released on June 14, , a week before the movie was released. They're Pixar! They do such a fantastic job of appealing to young audiences as well as adults.
Their movies always span the whole range of emotions, from happiness to sadness, to everything in-between. Working with them, I think there was a couple of times where we just had to pinch ourselves and, you know, ask is this really happening?
MacDonald reprised the role as Merida for the video game version of the film. Currently, [ when? At Disneyland Park , she meets guests near the It's a Small World attraction near a gate used as a parade terminus.
She is also seen sometimes at the World Showcase in Epcot. In , Merida would begin meet-and-greet sessions at Hong Kong Disneyland , as part of the park's 10th anniversary celebration.
On July 11, , the producers of Once Upon a Time announced that Merida will be a recurring character in the series' fifth season. Scottish actress Amy Manson was cast as Merida.
In episode 9, "The Bear King", Merida is revealed to have been tutored in the finer points of combat by Mulan and later teamed up with Mulan and Ruby against King Arthur and Zelena , the Wicked Witch of the West on the eve of her coronation as DunBroch's queen, Fergus having been killed by Arthur a few years earlier.
Merida appears in the third-season episode "The Secret Library" called to aid Sofia via the amulet of Avalor. Merida appeared in the film Ralph Breaks the Internet alongside other Disney princesses, as was announced at the D23 Expo, with Kelly Macdonald reprising her role.
The character of Merida has been well received by critics, as well as Macdonald's performance. Ophelia's Place , a charity dedicated to helping young girls, celebrated Merida for being a body image role model.
The organization noted that, "Merida exemplifies strength in women because she is brave and independent.
Author of the piece, Mary Pols also harshly criticized Pixar for firing Chapman, their first female director, halfway through production and for making Merida a traditional princess.
In May , Disney released a traditional animation -style redesign of Merida in preparation for her coronation as Disney's 11th princess.
The redesign of the character featured a slimmer waist, more revealing neckline, larger eyes and a sparkly dress. Feminist groups criticized the makeover for allegedly disempowering Merida, sparking outrage from mothers and feminist groups who saw the new Merida as "an overly sexualized pin-up version of her former self.
Shortly after the petition appeared, Disney removed the redesigned image from their official website, in favor of Merida's original film appearance.
We routinely use different art styles with our characters and this rendition of Merida in her party dress was a special one-time effort to commemorate her coronation.
Merida exemplifies what it means to be a Disney Princess through being brave, passionate and confident and she remains the same strong and determined Merida from the movie whose inner qualities have inspired moms and daughters around the world.
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