Started by pussinboots, November 23, 2010, 07:20:05 AM
Quote"Films and genres do run a course," said Pixar Animation Studios chief Ed Catmull, who along with director John Lasseter oversees Disney Animation. "They may come back later because someone has a fresh take on it ... but we don't have any other musicals or fairy tales lined up." Indeed, Catmull and Lasseter killed two other fairy tale movies that had been in development, "The Snow Queen" and "Jack and the Beanstalk."
Quote from: "pussinboots"and next year they'll try to make up for it by releasing "Stitched," the revamped Winnie the Pooh film, a week after "Avatar 2" opens. Gah.
Quote from: "mattboywonder"Personally I'm glad. . Disney have turned the traditional Princess into vain sororiety sisters! "Tangled" looks horrible. They can't call the movie Rapunzel as Barbie has done that one and she character seems pushy and obnoxious in the trailers/clips. I think giving it a rest for a few years will pay off in the long run as someone will come along with a fresh idea.
QuoteA headline in today's LA Times erroneously reported that the Disney fairy tale is a thing of the past, but I feel it is important to set the record straight that they are alive and well at Disney and continue this week with Tangled, a contemporary retelling of a much loved story. We have a number of projects in development with new twists that audiences will be able to enjoy for many years to come. – Ed Catmull