Marvel, Pixar, and Beyoncé join Disney’s Create 100 campaign for Make-A-Wish

As part of its 100th-anniversary celebration, Disney invited creators from every discipline to participate in Create 100, a “global celebration of creativity” inspired by 100 years of Disney storytelling and benefiting longtime Disney partner Make-A-Wish.

Disney Create 100 - Beyonce catsuit
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In addition to the already-participating global brands, including Adidas, Christian Louboutin, Maison Valentino, Pandora, and Tommy Hilfiger, Kevin Feige (Marvel Studios President), Jennifer Lee (Walt Disney Animation Studios Chief Creative Officer), Pete Docter (Pixar Animation Studios Chief Creative Officer), and Jon Landau (Lightstorm Entertainment Producer) have all donated items celebrating their respective studios, movies, and stories.

Disney Create 100 Beyonce catsuit

Also joining this iconic lineup is the catsuit worn by Beyoncé in the 2020 Disney+ film “Black is King,” which carried on the legacy of the classic Disney animated film “The Lion King.”

BLACK IS KING, a film by Beyoncé | Official Trailer | Disney+

Disney Create 100 Donations

Kevin Feige – The creative force behind the blockbuster feature films and series, connected within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), donated the Stormbreaker prop from “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Disney Create 100 Marvel

Pete Docter – The Oscar-winning director of “Monsters, Inc.,” “Up,” “Inside Out,” and “Soul,” donated a framed, original ink-on-paper sketch featuring characters from his films.

Disney Create 100 Pixar
Photo by Deborah Coleman/Pixar

Jennifer Lee – The writer/director of “Frozen” and “Frozen 2” donated a signed crew-exclusive “Frozen 2” maquette of Elsa.

Disney Create 100 Disney Animation

Jon Landau – The “Avatar” producer donated a private studio tour of Lightstorm Entertainment Studios, including a private viewing of “Avatar: The Way of Water.”

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From Oct. 12 until Oct. 30, 2023, fans can bid on these unique items and experiences (and many more), all of which were inspired by connections to Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and 20th Century Studios’ stories and characters, with funds from auction sales going to Make-A-Wish.

To commemorate the Create 100 initiative, Disney is donating $1 million globally to Make-A-Wish to help make the wishes of children with critical illnesses come true.

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