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  • Disney Gets The 'Unnamed Girl'

    Disney Acquires Nathanson's Unnamed Girl

    Source: The Hollywood Reporter
    June 15, 2007



    Walt Disney Pictures has acquired Brian Nathanson's spec The Occasionally Interesting Anti-Adventures of an Unnamed Girl for Scott Rudin to produce.

    The story centers on an imaginative young girl who, stifled by her banal suburban life and restrictive parents, runs away to a fantastical world that proves to be darker than she had hoped for.

    The project is described as in the vein of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and a modern-set The Wizard of Oz.


    from www.comingsoon.net

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    Re: Disney Gets The 'Unnamed Girl'

    Originally posted by tjcjr View Post
    Disney Acquires Nathanson's Unnamed Girl

    Source: The Hollywood Reporter
    June 15, 2007



    Walt Disney Pictures has acquired Brian Nathanson's spec The Occasionally Interesting Anti-Adventures of an Unnamed Girl for Scott Rudin to produce.

    The story centers on an imaginative young girl who, stifled by her banal suburban life and restrictive parents, runs away to a fantastical world that proves to be darker than she had hoped for.

    The project is described as in the vein of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and a modern-set The Wizard of Oz.


    from www.comingsoon.net
    Is it just me, or does that sound like the english version of Hayao Miyazaki's Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (Spirited Away)?
    -Osky

    Originally posted by sleepyjeff
    Before we totally disregard extremism; lets remember the lesson of the 3 little pigs.

    The moderate pig lost his house to the wolf too
    .-- .. .-.. .-.. / .- -. -.-- --- -. . / -... --- - .... . .-. / - --- / - .-. .- -. ... .-.. .- - . / - .... .. ... ..--..

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      Re: Disney Gets The 'Unnamed Girl'

      Originally posted by Osky View Post
      Is it just me, or does that sound like the english version of Hayao Miyazaki's Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (Spirited Away)?
      Disney did this already, it was called Alice in Wonderland, and Spirited Away was released by Pixar

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        Re: Disney Gets The 'Unnamed Girl'

        Originally posted by 1disneynut2another View Post
        Disney did this already, it was called Alice in Wonderland, and Spirited Away was released by Pixar
        Nope, Disney released Spirited Away.

        Miyazaki agreed to Disney because they said they will not edit the movies Lasseter (spelling) helped but it is a Disney release.

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