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Stars Land Disney's World's Year of A Million Dreams Campaign

January 29, 2007 (4:10 am) GMT
Scarlett Johansson, Beyonce Knowles, and footballer David Beckham are among the stars appearing in a new Disney advertising campaign.

No, he isn't the only one. is just one besides the likes of and to land the advertising campaign of Disney and Walt Disney's "World's Year of a Million Dreams."

Beckham is featured as Prince Philip in "Sleeping Beauty", elsewhere Johansson and Beyonce have their own different parts. As of Scarlett, the actress is photographed as Cinderella, wearing a designer ball gown and a diamond tiara, featured in the ad running slipperless down a staircase, while the castle she has just left can be seen in the background.

Beyonce, additionally, plays Alice from "Alice in Wonderland." The singer is seen sitting in a whirling teacup accompanied by singer as the March Hare and actor as the Mad Hatter.

The advertising campaign, shots by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz, will appear in the March issues of Vogue, Vanity Fair, W, GQ, Conde Nast Traveller, Cookie and The New Yorker. In the meantime, Leibovitz is still looking for other celebrities for the parts of Peter Pan, the Little Mermaid, Snow White and other popular characters.

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