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  • Disney plans to invest US$80 million on new animation based on Chinese Love Story

    Disney plans to invest US$80 million on a new animation based on a chinese love story (one of the 4 great classical novels in China), A Dream of the Red Chamber (or A Dream of the Red Mansion). It would be a 2nd animation based on chinese story after "MULAN".


    Source: epochtimes

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    Re: Disney plans to invest US$80 million on new animation based on Chinese Love Story

    Originally posted by HongKongDisneyland View Post
    Disney plans to invest US$80 million on a new animation based on a chinese love story (one of the 4 great classical novels in China), A Dream of the Red Chamber (or A Dream of the Red Mansion). It would be a 2nd animation based on chinese story after "MULAN".




    Source: epochtimes

    I hope it does well. I loved Mulan. It still had some vibrant color and its songs were great. Mulan even made it into Kingdom Hearts 2.

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      Re: Disney plans to invest US$80 million on new animation based on Chinese Love Story

      "Investing"... is that different from Disney making it themselves? And will it get an english release? I would hate if a really well-done animated film weren't released here for fear of lack of interest on behalf of the general public. Maybe a limited or DVD-only release, like they did with Miyazaki's films?

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        Re: Disney plans to invest US$80 million on new animation based on Chinese Love Story

        Dream of the Red Chamber

        Volumes I - III

        Chapters 1 - 120

        Sounds like a very long story. No wonder it's taking 80mil or perhaps they are just picking a story with a few built in sequels.
        "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect."

        -Mark Twain

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