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  • Disney Makes CGI Prequel to Peter Pan

    RT-News writes: "Disney will make a CGI prequel to the Peter Pan story, Variety reports. "Peter and the Starcatchers," a bestselling children's book by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, tells the story of Peter leading an effort to recover a truck of magic "starstuff" before a pirate gets his hands on it."
    I don't know about this one! :confused:

    Disney will also be making sequels to Monsters Inc., Toy Story, and The Incredibles...

    I feel even WORSE about that!

  • #2
    Originally posted by Soulquarian
    I don't know about this one! :confused:

    Disney will also be making sequels to Monsters Inc., Toy Story, and The Incredibles...

    I feel even WORSE about that!
    I think Disney is less inclined to make sequels because is the Movie is successful they have to fire that person. Instead they'd rather ruin franchises they already own.












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    • #3
      That's just horrid. Disney has not made a decent animated film without Pixar since Lio & Stitch. And that wasn't even all that great. No they will continue to thrive off the success of Pixar's films using their crappy animation studio. That's just horrible. I do not trust Disney's 3D animation. Dionasoaur was hidious, and this chicken movie looks less then aplealing. I say it's just time to hang it up and focus on their liove action market.

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      • #4
        This is just dumb.

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        • #5
          STOP! Just stop! Come up with some new ideas, ideas of your own. Bring the musiic back, and for god's sake, bring the anamation back. That CGI crap they have sucks.
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          • #6
            Sad. Just sad.
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            • #7
              Nooooooooo!!!!
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              • #8
                Has anybody read the book that it's based on? It's not even from the orginal author. It's written by Dave Berry who I think is only half as funny as he believes he is. I'd heard about it before, but I didn't know it was going to be CG, even though I should have. Now that I know, I need to find a place to cry.
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                • #9
                  Tell me when you find that place. I'd like to use it when youre through.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by IndyJn511
                    STOP! Just stop! Come up with some new ideas, ideas of your own. Bring the musiic back, and for god's sake, bring the anamation back. That CGI crap they have sucks.
                    Yes, Please!!! For the love of all that's good and right!
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                    Homer: So, which is it? Blue or purple?
                    Marge: Pink.
                    Homer: D'oh!
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                    • #11
                      I'm gonna have to go against the tide of opinion here. I haven't read the book off which they're basing it, but IMHO just because it's a sequel or a prequel or whatever doesn't necessarily make it bad. What will determine my opinion on it is how they go about it. I think it's an interesting concept, and I'll be interested to see how it pans out! (pun intended)
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                      • #12
                        *gets out guns*

                        remembers this is done on computers...

                        *gets out buddies laptop and writes new code for new "eisner" bugg.....*

                        Now what did they say about these "sequels" and "prequel" they dont exist right.... *keeps hand near launch button..*

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                        • #13
                          "Back in the '30s The Three Little Pigs was an enormous hit, and the cry went up - 'Give us more pigs!' I could not see how we could possibly top pigs with pigs. But we tried, and I doubt whether any one of you reading this can name the other cartoons in which the pigs appeared."

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                          • #14
                            They are calling it "Return to Neverland Ranch" :devil:
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                            • #15
                              Oh, jeeze, did it have to be CG though? I would've been fairly fine with the concept but CG? Ugh. Look how Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas turned out! So, you're telling me we're gonna see the poor quality of cheap animation in theaters while using an un-necessary prequel?
                              Give me a break, Eisner.
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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by Mousekiteer
                                Oh, jeeze, did it have to be CG though? I would've been fairly fine with the concept but CG? Ugh. Look how Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas turned out! So, you're telling me we're gonna see the poor quality of cheap animation in theaters while using an un-necessary prequel?
                                Give me a break, Eisner.
                                I'm just curious why everyone automatically says it's gonna look awful. Yes, they have done some bad stuff in the past. And maybe I'm just overly optimistic, but doesn't it really seem like jumping the gun to say they're gonna do a bad job before they even start? I mean, for all we know, they could be making changes in the way they animate something CG and this one will look better. It just seems to me like we should actually wait and see what it actually looks like before we start calling it poor quality.
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                                • #17
                                  I liked Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas! I don't think that this pre-quel ties in with the Disney-ish version of Peter Pan, but rather just a pre-quel to the novel version. I think it could be cool, computer animation is making a lot of progress, I liked The Polar Express a lot. I really think it's all up to the story though. A good story is good regardless of the medium it's told through!

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                                  • #18
                                    Seems ironic that it would be CG. You meet peter pan as a CG character in the prequal, but he and his friends just suddenly magicly turn into regularly animated characters in the sequals. Disney, please don't do this.
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