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  • disney animation lost

    i dont no if u guys heard this but i was told by a tour guide at disneyland that the princess and the frog was the last animated movie that disney was going make and all there other movies are going be cgi like tangled

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    tour guides have been known to give some misinformation
    at the same time,
    I wouldn't be shocked.
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      i dont know if he was lying he said his friends work ad animators and imagineers for disney abd he seemed really disapointed when he said it

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        Traditional animation just doesn't bring in the money like it used to.
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          it really is sad i dont get it original animation was so much better

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            Originally posted by Disneyfreak88 View Post
            it really is sad i dont get it original animation was so much better
            Yes it is.

            But it's not the first time Disney has hit the Animation hard w/ bad news.
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            To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
            -Al Lutz


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              Except that Winnie the Pooh was released last year, which would be after The Princess and the Frog.

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                Not entirely dead from what I hear. Supposedly the current project Ron Clements and John Musker have been working on is a 2D/CG hybrid.
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                  really well we just have to wait then

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                  • #10
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                    I want Disney to make the following movies and I want them to be 2D traditional animation:

                    * Hansel & Gretal
                    * Rumplestiltskin
                    * Princess & the Pea
                    * Red Riding Hood
                    * A Hispanic Princess (based on a Spanish fairytale)
                    * An Eastern European Princess (based on a Russian folktale)
                    * Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn (based on Mark Twain books)

                    After they make these movies they can do whatever they want because I will be out of ideas.

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                    • #11
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                      Traditional animation is alive and well at Disney. While the next few projects Disney has slated are CGI, there are a number of 2D and CGI/2D hybrid projects well into story development.

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                        I don't think that's true, because tour guides are only there for the park, not the movies.
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                          This thread should be moved to movies.....
                          But anyway, in my opinion I don't understand why cgi is complained about. It can still tell a story, like art has different mediums(statues, paintngs, ect.) why is cgi looked down upon? I am fine with 2d animation, but I think it is a dying trend, like original black and white films.

                          ---------- Post added 04-15-2012 at 04:23 PM ----------

                          Originally posted by DragoHarley View Post
                          I want Disney to make the following movies and I want them to be 2D traditional animation:

                          * Hansel & Gretal
                          * Rumplestiltskin
                          * Princess & the Pea
                          * Red Riding Hood
                          * A Hispanic Princess (based on a Spanish fairytale)
                          * An Eastern European Princess (based on a Russian folktale)
                          * Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn (based on Mark Twain books)

                          After they make these movies they can do whatever they want because I will be out of ideas.
                          Disney did a live action version of tom sawyer and huck finn back in the 90s.
                          Last edited by Spongeocto4; 04-15-2012, 04:24 PM. Reason: spelled 'back' as abck.

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                            oh my mistake it was the lights camera magic tour that went to the animation studios

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                              Howdy Pards,

                              Well...it's a strange, but true fact that cast members working at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure don't know everything there is to know about the Walt Disney Company. I can't understand why...but they don't.

                              Anyways, there are a good many champions of character animation done the "old fashioned way". They recognize that that sort of thing has always been the heart and soul of the Walt Disney Company.
                              And...we need to support those movies that are made the old fashioned way. Yep, that's the best way for us to show those fellers way up thar in the corporate chairs that they never should have closed down the Animation Department. Open it up again...hire artists...keep the dream alive...and teach the old
                              fashion character driven animation that touches the heart...that's what Disney is known for...and that's a legacy and a reputation worth keepin'...

                              Adios for now. Talk to ya on down the trail.


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