One website is offering Disney fans what could well be their dream job - being paid to watch their favourite shows and films!
Ahead of the launch of streaming service Disney+, five die-hard fans are in for the chance of a lifetime.
Reviews.org is looking for people to commit to watching a Disney film or TV show every day for 30 days.
As a payment, successful applicants will be rewarded with $1000 (around £780) and a year's subscription to the streaming platform when it launches globally on November 12.
They will also be given a "cosy mouse-themed blanket" along with four cups and a "Pixar popcorn popper" to enhance the viewing experience.
The job description on the website reads, with plenty of Disney puns and references thrown in: "No need to wish upon a star to get $1,000.
"There's no need to rub a magic lamp. And you don't need to go on a life-altering journey to find yourself (or Nemo).
If we pick you, your job is to watch 30 of your favorite Disney movies or shows in 30 days.
"You just have to prove you're the biggest, baddest Disney fan out there, and we'll tuck a whole grand in your bank account. It's up to you if you keep 'em there or cash out the $1,000 in coins, then dive into them à la Scrooge McDuck.
"No, we're not un poco loco. We're just so excited about the launch of Disney+ on November 12, 2019, that we're selecting a Disney fan to help us celebrate. And if we pick you, your job is to watch 30 of your favorite Disney movies or shows in 30 days. (Best. Job. Ever!)"
To get involved, all Disney mega fans have to do is apply via Reviews.org, which involves answering some questions and submitting a video review of a Disney film.
But unfortunately for Brits, the job is only available to fans across the pond. To apply, you need to be a US citizen. Gutted!
Applicants must also be aged 18 or over and "swift as a coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon" the job ad said, in a nod to Disney's Mulan showstopper I'll Make A Man Out of You.
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