Disney Pixar Dog AI Movie Posters Have Taken Over the Internet

Disney Pixar Dog AI
Credit: Bing Image Creator

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a powerful tool in the past year. People can now utilize programs like ChatGPT and Microsoft’s Bing to generate content and create wild things. The emergence of AI Disney movie posters has been a notable trend, and people are now using the creators to make Disney Pixar dog AI movie posters!

once upon a studio group photo

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AI Movie Posters Emerge Online

The AI Disney movie poster sensation gained traction over the summer when a live-action Ferngully: The Last Rainforest poster by Disney emerged on the internet. It was incredibly believable, and people searched for more information in mass. Sadly, it was also fake.

Over the next few months, more and more AI image generators were released, and people utilized them to make more Disney and Pixar movie posters. Most of these creations were innocent, but the fad turned dark when people started using the generators to make vile Disney movies to share online to ruin the company’s reputation.

Prominent fake posters that fooled a ton of people include a “Two Girls One Cup” image based on a lewd viral video. Another featured Hitler in a Disney “Caust” movie about the Holocaust.

Disney Pixar Dog AI Movie Posters

However, this is not where the story ends. While many caught on to these fake images, pet enthusiasts have utilized the tools to do something more wholesome via Disney Pixar dog AI movie posters.

Bing Image Creator recently launched with options to generate free AI images. TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter/X have become filled with people posting images created by the service featuring their dogs in a Disney and Pixar animated form.

Using Bing Image Creator

Creating your own Disney Pixar dog AI movie poster is quite simple. All you need to do is head to Microsoft’s Bing Image Creator or any similar service.

With a quick login using your Microsoft account, the generator will allow you to create a select number of images for free. Bing Image Creator has a prompt bar where you can tell it what image to generate based on your inputs.

People simply tell it to create a Disney Pixar movie poster based on a dog breed, the animal’s name, and any relevant traits to be represented in the image. After a short delay, Bing Image Creator displays up to four posters created from the inputs.

Pug AI movie poster

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Example of Disney Pixar Dog AI Poster

The above image is an example of a Disney Pixar dog AI poster created with the service. For this particular one, we simply told Bing Image Creator to make a Disney Pixar AI movie poster about a pug dog named Pip who loves food.

It is worthwhile to note that the service is not perfect. Much of the time, the image will be generated with Disney or Pixar logos that look distorted, and the text often doesn’t make sense.

Still, the creations are pretty impressive. Furthermore, if you don’t like what it creates, you can simply input the same criteria or be more specific until it makes something you like.

Dogs have been featured in Disney and Pixar movies for decades. Notable canines include Doug from Up (2009), Tramp from Lady and the Tramp (1955), and Percy from Pocahontas (1995). However, it is not often that you see what your beloved pet would look like utilizing the animation style!

Have you used Bing Image Creator to reimagine your pet as a Disney Pixar dog AI movie poster? What do you think of this emerging trend? Let us know in the comments below!

About Michael Stoyanoff

Michael is a goofball with an entertainment background and a passion for writing. He has a long history of being a Disney fan and is still a lost boy at heart. In his free time, he enjoys running, playing video games, and traveling the world. He is also unnaturally obsessed with pugs and spends a lot of time with his dog Mr. Pippers the Pug.