The first Disney princess since Mulan in 1998, Princess Tiana is breaking new ground in the old classic fairy tale. The first African American princess -- a point that has left some joyful, others not -- she is also the first to be set in modern times. The Princess and the Frog, which opens nationwide Dec. 11, 2009 also returns to the classic hand-drawn animation that audiences have adored for generations. Everyone already knows the story -- how a princess kisses a frog so that he can become human -- but the movie gives that old saw a modern twist. It's set in the mystical bayous of Louisiana and features music by Oscar-winning composer Randy Newman, the man behind the music of Toy Story.