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No.227356
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
Maleficent still looks to be kinda on the fence. Overall it'll be an interesting take on this.
No.227379
Jumpman
Replies:>>227384
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>Meanwhile, at Disney
>Wow. Look at all this money we made with Frozen
>No. We can make more

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/once-a-time-frozen-elsa-season-4-703152
No.227382
Anonymous
Well that's enough fairy tale abuse for one night.
No.227384
Anonymous
Replies:>>227385
>>227379
Wonder if they'll carry the angle Frozen some fans picked up. Pair her with Mulan or something.
No.227385
Autonymoose !x4vv0ZYuAo
Replies:>>227446
>>227384
That would be awesome, but considering that Frozen is (to my knowledge) a more explicit Disney tale instead of just ripping off Grimm or something, they probably won't go that way. That Mulan was heavily suggested as a homosexual (I don't think it was ever stated outright, but they put in all the suggestiveness to leave no doubt) is probably pushing the envelope for them.

And, if there is, it certainly won't be Icest. (Frozcest? I don't keep up with the kids these days.)
No.227389
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
That would be nuts and also pretty dangerous considering how attached some are getting to their little fan world they are building around the "message" they are getting from the movie. Those Frozen General threads stopped being about the movie directly a long time ago last I heard.
No.227401
Jumpman
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>Oricon announced on May 12 that the original soundtrack album for Walt Disney Animation Studios' 3DCG musical fantasy film Frozen, which was released in Japan on March 12, has sold 466,000 units in two months and has become the top-selling animation film soundtrack album in history. The previous record holder was the album for the 1978 anime film Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato, the second feature film for the Yamato franchise, which was released in August 1978 and sold 386,000 LPs at the time. The current third is "Symphony Galaxy Express 999" released in July 1979 with 382,000 LPs.

>The album took the top spot two weeks in a row in the Oricon weekly album sales ranking selling 166,000 units in the recent week. The number is the highest since the release, and more sales is expected in the coming weeks.

>In the most recent Japanese movie box office (May 10-11), Frozen held first place for the ninth-straight weekend. Since its opening on March 14, it has earned 17,078,292,150 yen (about US$164,400,000) with 13,501,594 tickets sales, and will definitely reach the record of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (17,300,000,000 yen/2002) by the end of this week.

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2014/05/12-1/frozen-soundtrack-album-breaks-record-of-farewell-yamato-36-years-ago
No.227404
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
>>227401
Its never going to leave, is it. Ah the new Frozen "Standard"

"Yes Western Animation is being taken seriously"

"But at what cost"
No.227405
rasputin_zero
>>227401
Frozen is doing crazy good in Japan. As in "its eighth weekend earned more than its opening weekend" good. There's even talk of it overtaking Spirited Away, which is SACRILEGE.
No.227406
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
>>227405
Fascinating, wonder if it does will that have some kinda effect in the industry over there.
No.227407
Anonymous
>>227405
I still don't know what the fuss was over Spirited Away, to be honest.
No.227446
MESIAS
>>227385
You mean Elsanna?
One of the reasons I had to stay away from tumblr for a long time?
No.227449
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
Replies:>>227671
>>227446
And the reason I blocked the Generals, well more that they started falling into who's fan fiction universe is better kinda garbage. And that was when I realized Disney did the right thing in scrapping the Star Wars EU for parts
No.227669
Jumpman
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>This weekend, the Disney smash hit remained in first place at the Japanese box office for an incomprehensible eleventh weekend in a row. Its $193.7 million gross pushed ahead of Hayao Miyazaki’s Howl’s Moving Castle to become the 3rd highest-grossing movie ever in Japan. In that country, Frozen trails only Titanic ($201.4 million) and Spirited Away ($229.6M) on the all-time list. Worldwide, Frozen surpasssed Iron Man 3 this week to become the 5th highest-grossing movie of all time with $1.22 billion.

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/box-office-report/japanese-people-cant-let-go-of-frozen-100005.html
No.227670
Anonymous
>Titanic
>jeez is that still sitting up there
>nope, it's Avatar now

Eugh.
Replies:>>227674
>>227446
"Elsanna" is the popular term? No imagination. Good porn, though. Regardless, I guess I should see it at some point...

>>227449
Indeed. And it might have fucked them on merchandising deals, like didn't Chewbacca get crushed by a moon in one of the books? So if a movie took place after that, he wouldn't be in it, so no Chewie plushies or whatever. I guarantee they are doing the movies because of the metric fuck-ton of cash they will make from merchandise, not out of any love for the franchise.
No.227674
Anonymous
>>227671
I'd rather my smut be understood than imaginative, although I suppose someone should give an artist an esoteric ship name to work with and see what happens. For science.
No.227703
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
So for Maleficent apparently shows off her true nature in the new film as Aurora's true Fairy Godmother
No.227712
Anonymous
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What a fucking load.
No.227724
Anonymous
Replies:>>227726
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While we're on the topic of Disney villains adapted from animation to live-action, what did you think of Glenn Close's Cruella DeVil?
No.227726
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
>>227724
I felt she was good for what characterization she had. No reasons beyond fashion as to butchering pups for their spots.
No.227727
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
Replies:>>227731
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/maleficent_2014/

Something I'm learning as I write stuff, don't change things too much where they no longer feel connected to the original or similar base being used. Sometimes it can work but that trend seems to be drying up and more times than not just bites one in the backside.
No.227731
Anonymous
Replies:>>227735
>>227727
So supposedly Jolie is only good thing about the film, and it's plot became a rape n' revenge PG flick?
What the fuck?
No.227732
Nøpe
Replies:>>227738
Also, maybe we can cut back on the "villain is just misunderstood" thing. I know Disney wants wicked bad, but this is starting to get obsessive.
No.227735
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
>>227731
Most the good reviews look to go with that line of Jolie being the redeeming thing in it.
No.227738
Anonymous
>>227732
>I know Disney wants wicked bad
Is there a story behind this? I mean, obviously in the sense that Maleficent seems to BE Wicked: Disney Edition, but is there some sort of backstory about Disney negotiating for Wicked and being rebuffed?
No.227740
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
Replies:>>227759
They've been in Trademark stuff for a while with Warner Bros over Various pieces of the Wizard of Oz property. Its a very complex thing from the looks of it as to who as the rights to use what. As for outright purchasing of the whole thing. I'd say that if happening is behind the scenes just like their Marvel and LucasArts purchases. The old Walt Disney Magic of keeping the project quiet so nobody jacks the price or balks. I don't think its public but I wouldn't be surprised if they want it all.
No.227752
Anonymous
Replies:>>227759
Universal Studios is sitting on the movie rights to Wicked and have apparently been waiting for the theater show version to die down a bit before making a feature.
No.227759
Anonymous
>>227740
>>227752
Huh. I'm not surprised about Wicked having licensing issues, but the fact that there would be any issues with Wizard of Oz in general surprises me--the book is Public Domain. Sure, you might not be able to get away with Ruby Slippers (as opposed to the silver ones) or other things that originated in the movie version, but I didn't think anyone would be able to sue for a straight adaptation, or even a new adaptation in the vein of Wicked, as long as it WASN'T Wicked.
No.227760
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
I don't think you could, as I've seen a couple of books use a similar them but not be wicked. I know there was a Alice and Wonderland book series that I could sear Burton aped most his movie from.
No.227859
Jumpman
Frozen is destroying marriages one by one.

>Unfortunately, not all spouses can agree to disagree when it comes to entertainment, as is the case with the woman in Japan who’s looking for a divorce because her husband isn’t a fan of Disney’s Frozen.

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/05/29/frozen-fan-gets-hot-under-collar-when-husband-asks-what-the-big-deal-is-asks-for-divorce/
No.227861
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
Cripes these films, slapdash stories about non romantic love wedged into a movie. No reason to go total nuts.
No.227862
The Sneaky Tiki
Replies:>>227868
YO

Maleficent was fucking amazing.
No.227868
Nøpe
Replies:>>228176
>>227862
I...Wholeheartedly disagree.

But I'm a bit of a nut for the original.
No.228172
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
http://www.hypable.com/2014/06/16/disney-channel-descendants-villain-kids-photo/\

Disney, you weird.
No.228176
The Sneaky Tiki
>>227868
I love the original too, but I saw the desperate need for this movie, like this is a WAAAAAAAAAAAY better version of the events for women, like, the original is kinda gross to show young girls know what I mean? No one took away the original, there is just a version where it's not as gross a story to tell girls.
No.228183
Anonymous
Replies:>>228192
Except the film presents a Maleficent who never does anything evil and it takes a dump on the original protagonists of the 1959 film: The three good fairies.

Sleeping Beauty isn't about the princess and the prince, it's a conflict between Maleficent and the good fairies with the young couple as basically props to move their battle forward. Hell, the climax is basically the Good Fairies playing a game of Dragon's Lair using a real person. Phillip doesn't do anything except what the fairies point him towards or get him out from and never speaks in those last few minutes of the movie.
No.228192
Anonymous
>>228183
Sure, but that's not what most people take away from the original.
No.228272
The Sneaky Tiki
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Considering she's supposed to have japanese feature despite the blonde hair and blue eyes this one is way worse than when Frozen did it.
No.228276
Anonymous
>>228272
I don't think she's still Asian in this version.
No.228280
Jumpman
I don't really know much about Big Hero 6. I bought an issue at Half-Price out of curiosity, but never read it. Buttoven recently tweeted about how every panel prominently featured a woman's breast, so that's not a great starting point. I do know Man of Action was involved with the comic series, so I imagine the cast are nothing but smug fucks, since that's the only thing Man of Actions knows.
No.228281
Anonymous
>>228280
The comics are not good, and the movie is doing a VERY loose adaptation.
No.228285
Anonymous
Replies:>>228400
>>228272
I wonder if the people who give Disney such shit for character design reuse also consider Tezuka and Miyazaki hacks.
No.228321
Anonymous
>>228280
The names of the characters rubs me the wrong way, like they based them off of what they knew about anime from the time of Speed Racer or some shit. It's less offensive than the Great Ten which was made in the late 2000s and has no excuse for some of the shit it used, but shit, it was made in 1998, lots other series made more on-target parodies of Japanese media by then.
No.228400
Jumpman
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>>228285
For Miyazaki they don't and this entire post here explains it beautifully:

http://steveholtvstheuniverse.tumblr.com/post/90325855105/lmao-like-the-only-time-i-ever-see-hard-disney
No.228401
Anonymous
>>228400
I read that post but it seriously downplays the degree to which character designs are reused by Ghibli. It is notorious enough that they are considered to have a "Star System" like Tezukas where certain "actors" just play roles in their movies. Mei played Ponyo, the male protagonists are almost all played by the same actor, etc.
No.228403
Anonymous
Replies:>>228405
>>228401

This seriously. It'd be one thing if they were like "Okay Miyazaki is kinda guilty of this too" but it reads more like "NO! WE CAN CRITICIZE MIYAZAKI BECAUSE HE MAKES GOOD MOVIES AND FROZEN IS A PIECE OF SHIT"
No.228405
Anonymous
>>228403
That being said, I (as the poster of >>228401) just want to point out--I'm not saying this as an attack on Ghibli. I love Ghibli, and I don't think anyone in their right mind would call Ghibli lazy--they HAND DRAW things that would be a lot of work to do on computer. That storm scene in Ponyo made me exhausted just LOOKING at it.

I'm just pointing out what I see as a double standard among Internet Armchair Critics.
No.228695
Jumpman
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http://www.flicksandbits.com/2014/07/21/comic-con-poster-for-pixars-toy-story-that-time-forgot/73614/
No.228698
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
Star Wars: Force for Change - …youtube thumb

New Model of the X-Wing. Hope Luke and The Solo Spawn have the Red Stripes of Red/Rogue Squadron. And a Mouse Droid gets underfoot as usual.
No.229135
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
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Preview they played earlier. Seeing a few Stormies bite it in just seven minutes.
No.229477
Jumpman
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http://www.avclub.com/article/simon-pegg-and-nick-frost-appear-phineas-and-ferb--208295

>For its upcoming Halloween special, though, Phineas And Ferb isn’t even going to pretend that it’s not secretly pandering to adults. According to IGN, the special will feature Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reprising their roles as Shaun and Ed from Edgar Wright’s Shaun Of The Dead.

Honestly can't think of anything more left field than this.
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>>229477
No idea why I posted a Hot Fuzz pic, when the article talked about Shaun of the Dead. Ah well, it's all good anyway.
No.230298
Jumpman
Replies:>>230299
Disney already knows Star Wars: Rebels will be a big hit, so it ordered another season before its premier.

http://www.nickandmore.com/2014/10/02/disney-xd-orders-second-season-of-star-wars-rebels/
No.230299
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
>>230298

Well it seems to line up enough with Clone Wars, lots of dead troopers shot with scorch marks and others being sucked out into the Void.
No.230376
Anonymous
//youtube.com/watch?v=1kGEz1zDGgYyoutube thumb

Didn't they cut this number from the stage play recently?
No.230808
Jumpman
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>From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes Moana, a sweeping, CG-animated comedy-adventure about a spirited teenager on an impossible mission to fulfill her ancestors’ quest. A born navigator, Moana sets sail from the ancient South Pacific islands of Oceania in search of a fabled island. During her incredible journey, she teams up with her hero, the legendary demi-god Maui, to traverse the open ocean on an action-packed voyage, encountering enormous sea creatures, breathtaking underworlds and ancient folklore. Directed by the renowned filmmaking team of Ron Clements and John Musker, Moana arrives in theaters in late 2016.

http://www.stitchkingdom.com/disney-moana-disney-animation-confirmed-late-2016-73055/
No.231042
Anonymous
//youtube.com/watch?v=d0PgF_cfrhMyoutube thumb

Glad to hear JEJ back as Darth Vader. Matt Sloan just wasn't doing it well for me.
No.231043
Bunker !OFOzVPOG0g
"Children of the Jedi" and of course the Emperor is being a dick not telling Vader what he's actually talking about.
No.231068
Anonymous
>>230808
Interesting choice considering they already tackled this part of the world with Lilo and Stitch, sorta. Waiting for them to do a film set in indigenous Australia, continental Africa, or maybe even central Asia, like with Otoyomegatari.
No.231603
Anonymous
Replies:>>231612
>Disney metal cover albums
>only in Japan
>have a bunch of j-pop and j-rock artists but also some western artists like Andrew WfuckingK

I never knew about this. God fucking damn it. Why is Tokyo Disney so much cooler than ours? We need something like this. I'm thinking AC/DC.

//youtube.com/watch?v=Q0fLojt3HIoyoutube thumb
No.231604
Snes !v68zTeBMI.
So Big Hero 6 is pretty good.
No.231612
Anonymous
Replies:>>231613
>>231603
>We need something like this.
Eh. Japan's proven to be a market where this sort of venture is sustainable.
Imagine getting western metalheads to listen to Disney music. I doubt the money they'd put into it have a proper return.
No.231613
Anonymous
Replies:>>231615
>>231612
People would buy it based on curiosity and novelty alone. Plus kids like rock and metal, clearly.
No.231615
Anonymous
Replies:>>231618
>>231613
Mnope. Its all EDM these days.
Make a disney remix album with Guetta, avicii, and other genre guys.
That sells.
No.231618
Anonymous
Replies:>>231619
>>231615
Dude, it's fucking Disney. They could afford to put out a novelty music album.
No.231619
Anonymous
Replies:>>231621
>>231618
Oh of course they can afford it.
They can afford to do anything.

Its not realistic to think they'd want to, though.
No.231621
Anonymous
Replies:>>231622
>>231619
Plenty of things have come about because Disney didn't particularly want to though. I'm pretty sure Wreck-It Ralph happened from a "Sure, go ahead" instead of a "This is a great idea and will surely bring in profit!"
No.231622
Anonymous
Replies:>>231623
>>231621
>I'm pretty sure Wreck-It Ralph happened from a "Sure, go ahead" instead of a "This is a great idea and will surely bring in profit!"

Okay then.
Why do you think that, anon?
No.231623
Anonymous
Replies:>>231633
>>231622
Even in 2014, making a film centered around video games is still a risky move.
No.231633
Anonymous
>>231623
Well, videogames as a whole have evolved a crapton. I don't think it was that big of a risk considering how much they rake in year after year.
No.231691
Anonymous
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Turner Classic Movies is now sponsoring The Great Movie Ride at Disney World and announcing a new periodic block of vintage Disney material

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/26/business/media/disney-pairs-up-with-turner-to-promote-shows-and-a-ride.html
No.231751
Anonymous
Replies:>>231752
Why is nobody talking about how good Big Hero 6 is? I mean damn. I haven't seen a Disney movie that good in ages. (not counting Pixar mind you, and I never saw Frozen)
No.231752
Anonymous
Replies:>>231756
>>231751
It was really fun and enjoyable! But I sorta feel like it didn't live up to its own standards?
Like, Wreck it Ralph is a perfectly fine flick but it doesn't really do anything with its story beyond the formula.
No.231756
Anonymous
>>231752
I don't really see what BH6 could've done that it didn't do, tbh. Wreck It Ralph's problem was that it was too short, this one was not.
No.231762
Anonymous
Ralph had and odd development cycle to which I don't know who's story it was really supposed to be.
No.232181
Anonymous
Saw the first episode of Penn Zero. Its not bad. Has a Quantum Leap vibe to it that works well so far as the first episode.
No.232229
Anonymous
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Anonymous
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No.232258
Jumpman
Frozen OST is free on Google.

https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bu7q2ux5x44ox7l57g77cdu3hai
No.232283
Jumpman
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A few days ago I watched Frozen for the first time and outside of the sudden resolution of the main conflict, I thought it was a fine film. Nothing really made me laugh out loud, but I did smile at a couple of scenes. All the characters were fun--including Olaf, who had all the signs of being an annoying talking object. Even though the movie sticks to the Disney formula, it managed to subvert a few of 'em. The big one being the focus on family love over a romantic one. Looking at the art book scans spoiled the reveal of Han's true character, but way the movie has him mimic the personality of whoever he's talking to was well done. Nicely subtle.
No.232286
Jumpman
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Also, wow, on the OUAT ending.
No.232287
Anonymous
Replies:>>232289
>>232286
Okay I don't watch the show at all, but I want you to let me know if I've got this right
Elsa from Frozen and Cinderella (?) are in lesbians together and are off to get married. Is that right?
No.232288
Anonymous
Replies:>>232291
>>232286
Huh. Somebody better teach lesbians there's stuff other than hand holding.
How else are they going to reproduce!?
No.232289
Jumpman
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>>232287
It's Elsa walking with Anna, who's about to get married to Kristoff. The thing is, Kristoff was barely present in the Frozen arc of OUAT (acting more like a plot device) and the ending shot is Elsa and Anna walking off like they're about to be married.
No.232291
Anonymous
Replies:>>232293
>>232288
Fuck me for thinking two women looking lovingly at each other, one of whom is in a wedding dress, holding hands and walking away together is romantic.

Calm down. I don't watch the show. I was just curious
No.232292
Anonymous
>>232289

Also thanks for the explanation
No.232293
Anonymous
>>232291
I was joking.
I just thought it was funny how so little split apart both shows were having almost the exact same 'reveals'.

Hell, if anything, its a bone thrown to all those elsanna shippers in the world.
So of course its romantic!
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Is it strange to have expected that Disney buying Marvel meant Disney Comics would be Marvel published?
But IDW is going to be doing that instead.
No.232686
Anonymous
Replies:>>232696
>>232685
>Renumbering the series
Ruined before it even starts.
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>>232686
The old numbers will be parenthetical!
See?
No.232709
Anonymous
Replies:>>232710
>>232696
Trying to force rebranding into an ongoing series like that is always a bit awkward and rarely turns out well.
Lucky it's just a number.
No.232710
Anonymous
Replies:>>232715
>>232709
Yeah, I don't think people who buy Disney comics really care about numbers.
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>>232710
Yeah, it'll be fine.
Pretty sure there have been a few numbering resets in the Disney Comics line.
No.232723
Anonymous
Word is they are adding Frozen fictional country stuff into the Epcot Norway pavilion.
No.232724
Anonymous
Inside Out trailer is a bit cringing. It really should have shown Riley's internal setup instead of horribly sexist versions of the mother and father.

//youtube.com/watch?v=OwxnpcV_Guwyoutube thumb
No.232725
Anonymous
>>232724
Fuck off, SJW.
No.232728
Alpharius
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>>232724
The more and more I see and hear about Inside Out, the less and less I'm sure about it.

>>232725
Thanks for contributing and staying on topic. Get bent.
No.232731
Anonymous
>>232728
90% of everyone who watches that scene will say "Ha ha ha! That's so true!" In fact, I showed both of my parents that trailer just to prove it, and they thought it was funny.

So yeah, complaints about sexism DOES make you a pathetic SJW.
No.232733
Anonymous
>>232725
>>232731
>complaints about sexism DOES make you a pathetic SJW.
You've got a point, but you are coming off way too hostile. I wouldn't say that everyone who claims this is "sexist" is an SJW, but I would say they need to stop being so goddamn sensitive over nothing.

I thought it was cute.
No.232737
Anonymous
>>232731
The poster claims it's sexist and the one that ends up looking worse is the father.
They might be a straight-laced MRA for all you know.
No.232740
Anonymous
Replies:>>232742
>>232731
Its not true and its ancient '90s Trope garbage of men being clueless and the woman wishing she'd picked the other man.

it dates the film horribly to feel even older than it is. My thing is after all the rather neutral takes on parents over the years to hit that this hard in this one seems really out of place.
No.232742
Anonymous
Replies:>>232743
>>232740
Its a shitty trailer full of shitty sitcom humour for a film even the people who've worked on it think its a bad representation of.

I wouldn't chalk it up to malice as much as bad marketing.
No.232743
Anonymous
>>232742
From the way Tween sitcoms have the same formula of Bratty "Sister", Dumbass "Dad" and Neurotic "Mother". It wouldn't surprise me if they were attempting to connect with some group though that repeated old stuff.
No.232744
Anonymous
Replies:>>232745
>>232743
You say that as though it's something that's more common in Tween sitcoms than any other sitcoms. Pretty much any Domcom is going to have that setup--the ones that don't are often remarkable for not indulging in that setup.
No.232745
Anonymous
>>232744
Currently Disney has one of those on their branded channel that being Girl Meets World where the characters appears to have substance beyond being the usual vapid Airheads. I think it works in part because its not trying to be a constant onslaught of jokes from the "funny" character. Dog with a Blog is fucking insufferable.
No.232748
Anonymous
Replies:>>232752
>>232743
>It wouldn't surprise me if they were attempting to connect with some group though that repeated old stuff.
Even the people who've worked on this movie think its a bad representation of it.
No.232752
Anonymous
>>232748
Which shows why Marketing and Executives in general are woefully out of date and are at least ten years behind on their thinking.
No.233247
Jumpman
Replies:>>233248
>Among milestones, “Big Hero 6″ passed “Beauty and the Beast” to become the third highest-grossing Disney Animation release with $219.3 million, behind “The Lion King” and “Frozen.”

http://variety.com/2015/film/news/box-office-fifty-shades-of-grey-explodes-with-record-breaking-81-7-million-1201434486/
No.233248
Anonymous
>>233247
Anybody suck it up enough to watch Fifty Shades? Word is the movie is actually kinda OK since bad prose was the cause of a lot of the original book's suckiness. And honestly from what I can tell the original work seems a lot tamer than the furor raised around it made it out to be. It's still a bad representation of BDSM but it's less The Turner Diaries for women's rights and just another low-quality erotic novel that inexplicably made it big.
No.233253
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>233248

The text itself is tame, but the subtext—that the book glorifies an emotionally abusive relationship, regardless of how much Ana consents to Christian’s sexual whims—is far more insidious. But that’s a discussion for /mtv/, I suppose.
No.233296
T4 was here
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>>233248
This review sums it up nicely.
No.233298
Anonymous
>>233296
>disgusting SJW trash

Keep that shit out of my Disney thread.
No.233299
Anonymous
Replies:>>233300
>>233298
I'm understanding the term "SJW" less and less the more I use the internet.
No.233300
Anonymous
>>233299
Fat trans-female feminist giving an extremely pretentious defense of a shitty book, in a comic covered in pink. Yes, I would classify this as SJW.
No.233301
Anonymous
Replies:>>233302
>>233300
You're an idiot. She wasn't "defending" the book. She was calling it trash and saying that as long as people know it's trash when they're reading it, there's no reason to get on their case about it.

Which is what I've been saying about Twilight and 50 Shades and all that sort of thing all along. It's pornography. Men don't expect our pornography to be well written, why is it so important to give women crap for their pornography being poorly written?
No.233302
Anonymous
Replies:>>233304
>>233301
>why is it so important to give women crap for their pornography being poorly written?
Because they give men crap for having pornography in general?
No.233303
MESIAS
>>233298
>>233300
This pretty much shows pretty much how you know nothing about Erika Moen and her work.
No.233304
Anonymous
>>233302
Do "they?" I have never been hassled by a woman about viewing pornography. The closest I've come to being hassled by a woman about my pornography habits is that one girl I know once thought it was silly of me to keep porn on my harddrive when you can just stream anything you need these days.
No.233305
Anonymous
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I like how you all seem to have forgotten that this is the Disney General.

But then this is plus4chan. Engaging in incredibly inane conversations that have nothing to do with the subject of the thread is practically tradition here.
No.233306
Anonymous
>>233298
What in the world?

If anything, her stance of "yea it's bad but as long as people understand it's fiction and won't corrupt people then it's fine to like it" is the antithesis of SJW's "it triggers me and it can make impressionable people do bad things so it should be censored".
No.233309
Anonymous
>>233296
Totally OT (even more than it already is, considering) but I like the art style of this comic.
No.233310
Anonymous
Replies:>>233314
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Anybody watching this? I've heard decent things about it in spite of the art style and subject matter seeming a little saccharine.
No.233314
Anonymous
Replies:>>233322
>>233310
While I'm not quiet pervy enough to watch it because of the characters (yet) I got to say that the look of the show is amazing. Overall, many shows aimed at little kids look awesome, even though their audience doesn't care, while most shows aimed at older kids, like TMNT, look awful.

I miss the times when nobody tried to combine 3D with anime tropes which have been out of date since Sailor Moon.
No.233322
Anonymous
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>>233314
Does a pretty good job of integrating the various Disney Princess Locales and that was before they really got into it with Frozen.

Also on Gravity Falls. HA!
No.233394
Jumpman
Replies:>>233397
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By taking a Man of Action property and removing all traces of Man of Action, Disney turned Big Hero 6 into a decent superhero flick with a likable cast.
No.233397
rasputin_zero
>>233394
It wasn't my favourite of the five Oscar contenders, but I can't say it didn't deserve its gong. Disney put a lot of love into it and that love definitely shows.

Considering The Book of Life and The Lego Movie didn't make the nominations and yet we still got a very strong slate at the Oscars, 2014 was a pretty damn good year for animated movies, wasn't it?
No.233398
Anonymous
Replies:>>233399
>>233397
Am I the only one who doesn't really like Lego Movie all that much? Visually it was fantastic to look at, but a lot of the writing and comedy was juvenile and not in a multiple-demographic appeal kind of way. And tons of cameos do not a good movie make.
No.233399
Anonymous
>>233398
I can understand that as "the mind of a child" since that is what it was. Though really the jokey nature of Lego and stuff could have been handled better.
No.233402
Anonymous
>>233397
Damn straight.
Honestly, I even think Book of Life was a better movie than BH6.

But then... there's a point where the Academy would feel uncomfortable awarding that many mexicans.
No.233404
Anonymous
Replies:>>233405
>>233402
Book of Life was mediocre. The cover songs were all awful, and the story was pretty cliche and not really worth talking about. It had nice visuals, but that was about it.

I haven't seen BH6 yet, but if Book of Life was somehow better then neither movie deserves an award.
No.233405
Anonymous
>>233404
>I haven't seen BH6 yet
Fun fact: Above poster is still right.
No.233408
Anonymous
Replies:>>233411
>>233402
Maybe put down your posterboard and pitchfork, yeah? Book of Life was just "okay". Not to mention the female character designs were awful - before I watched the movie I was convinced that La Muerte and Maria were the same character in different costumes.
No.233409
rasputin_zero
Replies:>>233410
>>233402
Well, I didn't want to get all Primary School "everyone gets a gold star" about it, but my point was that all the nominees and even the leftovers that didn't get nominated all had something going for them quality-wise. Some were more commercial than others, but none of them felt like soulless cashgrabs, they all had heart.

That's why I don't mind BH6 getting the statue, even taking into account how much its win was down to it being the only cartoon the dumb-as-rocks Oscar voters were dragged by their kids to see last year: http://www.cartoonbrew.com/award-season-focus/proof-that-oscar-voters-are-clueless-about-animation-109456.html
>Voter #5: I only watch the ones that my kid wants to see, so I didn’t see Boxtrolls but I saw Big Hero 6 and I saw Dragon. We both connected to Big Hero 6 — I just found it to be more satisfying. The biggest snub for me was Chris Miller and Phil Lord not getting in for Lego. When a movie is that successful and culturally hits all the right chords and does that kind of box-office — for that movie not to be in over these two obscure freakin’ Chinese fuckin’ things that nobody ever freakin’ saw? That is my biggest bitch. Most people didn’t even know what they were! How does that happen? That, to me, is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen.

>Song of the Sea
>obscure freakin’ Chinese fuckin’ thing
No.233410
Anonymous
>>233409
Song of the Sea is a Chinese cartoon now? Time to make a thread on /a/ then.
No.233411
Anonymous
Replies:>>233412
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>>233408
>Maybe put down your posterboard and pitchfork, yeah?
You're jumping to conclusions more than frogger jumps in front of cars, man.
No.233412
Anonymous
Replies:>>233413
>>233411
Ah, yes. So implying the reason Book of Life didn't win because the Oscars didn't want Mexicans to win is a rational thing to think?
No.233413
Anonymous
>>233412
No. The reason I said a thing was because its so absurd someone would have to be out of their mind to think it wouldn't be said it jest.
No.233414
Jumpman
Replies:>>233415
>An all-new DuckTales, an animated comedy series based on the Emmy Award-winning series beloved by a generation of viewers, has been ordered for launch in 2017 on Disney XD channels around the world. Set to be produced by Disney Television Animation, the new series will again star Disney's enduringly popular characters: Scrooge McDuck, his grandnephews Huey, Dewey and Louie, and Donald Duck. The announcement was made today by Marc Buhaj, Senior Vice President, Programming and General Manager, Disney XD.

>Buhaj said, "DuckTales' has a special place in Disney's TV animation history, it drew its inspiration from Disney Legend Carl Barks' comic books and through its storytelling and artistic showmanship, set an enduring standard for animated entertainment that connects with both kids and adults. Our new series will bring that same energy and adventurous spirit to a new generation."

>According to the studio press release, the new series' will "once again take viewers along as Scrooge McDuck, his curious and mischief-making grandnephews -- Huey, Dewey and Louie -- and the optimistic yet temperamental Donald Duck embark on high-flying adventures worldwide. Other beloved characters slated to be in the new stories are: Duckworth, Gyro Gearloose, Launchpad McQuack, Flintheart Glomgold, Magica DeSpell & Poe, Ma Beagle and the Beagle Boys (Burger Beagle, Bouncer Beagle), Mrs. Beakley and Webbigail Vanderquack."

http://blogs.indiewire.com/animationscoop/disney-revives-ducktales-for-2017-launch-on-disney-xd-20150225
No.233415
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>233414

Well I’ll be damned.

It’s too much to hope for a Rescue Rangers revival, I guess—but with that live-action/CGI movie on the way, I’m not sure I’d want one…
No.233416
Jumpman
Replies:>>233417
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No.233417
Deon
Replies:>>233419
>>233416
Ducktales 2 Remastered when.
No.233419
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>233417

Rescue Rangers Remastered when.
No.233433
Jumpman
Replies:>>233434
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No.233434
Anonymous
Replies:>>233435
>>233433
I feel like they might just promote that short more than Cinderella. Actually, is this the first time they released a trailer for a pre-movie short? Do they normally do this?
No.233435
Jumpman
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>>233434
I think Disney did it for the Tangled short.

Anyway, it looks like Disney is well aware of Frozen's audience.
No.233436
Anonymous
Replies:>>233437
>>233435
Do you want to build a LESBIANNNNNNNSSS! Disney looks to be moving with something Nick still really can't get behind.
No.233437
Anonymous
>>233436
What, incest?
No.233439
Anonymous
>>233435
Sisters showing care for each other?
Clearly incestuous lesbians. Why else would anyone show any affection ever?
No.233440
Anonymous
Replies:>>233442
>>233435
to all posters

joke alert

womp womp
No.233442
Anonymous
Replies:>>233444
>>233440
Impossible to tell
No.233444
Anonymous
Replies:>>233445
>>233442
Not really, since I highly doubt Disney would include a nod to sapphic incest in their movie for kids.
No.233445
Anonymous
Replies:>>233447
>>233444
On the other hand, it's not hard at all to believe that there are fans who would convince themselves it was intentional subtext on Disney's part.
No.233447
Anonymous
>>233445
But it seems the joke was made as to poke fun at said fans.
No.233454
Anonymous
>>233435
There was a Tangled short?
No.233660
Jumpman
Replies:>>233717
>Deadline reports that following a strong performance in China - a territory which is becoming more and more important to a movie's box office performance - Big Hero 6 has now crossed the $600 million mark worldwide with a current cume of $604.8 million (that's made up of $221.3 million domestically and $383.5 million internationally). That means it now sits behind Frozen and The Lion King as the third highest grossing Disney Animation release of all-time, and between this and its big awards season wins, you have to wonder how much longer it will be before a sequel is officially announced.

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/JoshWildingNewsAndReviews/news/?a=116360
No.233717
rasputin_zero
Replies:>>233726
>>233660
I had a feeling Big Hero 6 would get Pacific Rim'd, it pushes all the right buttons for the Chinese market and having an Asian-American protagonist certainly couldn't have hurt.
No.233726
Anonymous
>>233717
Also Tadashi is a great draw for the fujoshi crowd. Yes, fujoshi and not just fangirls. I'll leave you guys to do the math who the other guy is while I retch elsewhere.
No.233801
Anonymous
http://bigshinyrobot.com/58601/star-wars-introduces-lgbt-character-canon/

>BIG NEWS

Even though I know there have been a few in the EU before this. But those aren't canon anymore so BIG NEWS.

Pbbbht.
No.233802
Anonymous
Replies:>>233803
>>233801
Why can't Disney just do this naturally? Instead of waving their arms in the air going "Look! We're being progressive!"
No.233803
Anonymous
>>233802

Well they want attention for doing something progressive. While we've got Pearls recent revelations about her feelings and relationship with rose in the past and Korra and Asami at the end being a growth of character.

its basically how screwed up Batwoman came in when she was introduced as "the lesbian" as her defining character trait instead of being part of her character.

She's likely a replacement for Daala being Moff and all.
No.233807
Anonymous
>>233801
>who is Juhani
No.233808
Anonymous
>>233807
Doesn't count KOTOR is no longer in the canon.
No.233813
Jumpman
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To the surprise of no one.

http://www.slashfilm.com/no-frozen-2-movie/
No.233816
Anonymous
>>233813
I've got an idea of how it could be done. Anna out looking for a companion for Elsa who is still very reclusive. Fire Element aligned individual of some kind. Maybe just as reclusive for similar reasons. Anna working on bringing them together.
No.233817
Anonymous
>>233807

Real shame as she was a good character.
No.233829
Jumpman
>>233813
Crap. Just now realized I linked the wrong article.

http://www.slashfilm.com/frozen-2-announced/

It is funny how fast it went from "No Frozen 2" to Yes, we're making a Frozen 2."
No.234452
Anonymous
Replies:>>234453
Live-Action Bambi Trailer:

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No.234453
Anonymous
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>>234452
?
No.234859
Anonymous
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http://www.stitchkingdom.com/disney-speculation-rileys-date-inside-out-short-bluray-74926/

When was the last time we had a possible short feature on the same release as the main film. Was it Cars?
No.235089
Jumpman
Replies:>>235090
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No.235090
The Sneaky Tiki
>>235089
Oooh, not one mention of turning into animals either, that's a REALLY promising sign when it comes to Disney and POC.
No.235093
Anonymous
>>235090
Well they are making Zootopia which comes out around that same time. So that would be too many animal films. Lucky them. Glad that actually got someone from the region to be in the film.
No.235095
Anonymous
Replies:>>235096
>>235090
>POC
Eh, I find that term REALLY annoying and condescending, speaking as one myself. Just saying nonwhite is fine. We all know what you mean, and it's way more clear than Goalpost Moving: The Word which I've seen plastered numerous times onto the Irish, Greeks (umm... Golden Dawn anyone?), and Ukrainians.
No.235096
The Sneaky Tiki
>>235095
Oki-dokie, won't use it again.
No.235098
Anonymous
POC is actually a useful term sometimes. It's perfectly valid when talking specifically about American racial issues, considering the US's history of explicitly colorist policies. But I hate what Tumblr's done to the term and how it tries to shoehorn this square peg into to round holes where the term doesn't make any sense. For example Latin American ethnic politics, where the idea of "race" is way different enough so a wealthy half-African might be considered "whiter" than a poor mixed person with more European background, or two full-blood siblings might be considered different races.

Or for discussions about East Asia where discussions of POC are completely irrelevant because everybody already qualifies as one, and that never stopped a lot of the horrible racism that goes on there. Or hell, a lot of talk about Tumblr's concept of "privilege" in general, considering Chinese culture is often considered "privileged" in a lot of countries yet the actual Chinese people living there face a lot of discrimination.
No.235112
Mister Twister
Replies:>>235113
Thread derailed by race bullshit.
No.235113
Anonymous
>>235112
Then why not contribute something more relevant? Three or four posts is hardly "derailing" and it's not even over anything particularly controversial.

Speaking of which, do we know what Zootopia is supposed to be about precisely? It's supposed to be CG, but so far the style looks more like traditional animation.
No.235114
Anonymous
>>235113
It looks like what they tried to do with Tangled before having to redo that movie from scratch.
No.235115
Anonymous
>>235113
Last heard about it few years back it was Stuffy Rabbit Cop lady new to the force and the only rabbit teamed with a Slacker Fox Conman type. And there is some big mystery. I like the idea of so many different animals living together. From what has been seen I get a real Mega City One feel of things.

Hope if they are trying the filter thing again all the bugs are worked out. That was what limited Tangled is that when they put the filter in over the characters it went all to hell.
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The comics have started!
No.235119
Anonymous
>>235118
that call out, now what is Scrooge going to get to match that?
No.235120
Anonymous
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>>235118
Wait is that real?
No.235122
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>235118

>first frame

Holy shit, is that actually the real line?
>>235120
>>235122
I mean, from a certain point of view, no, that's probably not an accurate translation of the original Italian story from 1966, but yes, that is what IDW put there.
No.235124
Anonymous
>>235120
>>235122
Apparently it is. God bless Jonathan H. Gray.
No.235151
Anonymous
Replies:>>235840
//youtube.com/watch?v=t4UUQqefajcyoutube thumb

I'd be intrigued if this was picked up for a series with an actual budget.
No.235839
Jumpman
Tangled is getting an animated series.

http://blogs.disney.com/insider/2015/06/03/what-makes-the-tangled-animated-series-so-special/

>But what makes the Tangled series so special is the amount of talent that they’ve retained from the original feature film. This new series will feature Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi reprising their roles of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider (nee Eugene) from the movie and showcase new songs from Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater, who were responsible for all of those catchy tunes in the original film. Clare Keane, daughter of Disney Legend Glen Keane (who at one point was the director on a very different version of the film and who later served as an animation supervisor), consulted on the film. They’re really getting the band back together. This is roughly the equivalent of snagging Robin Williams for the Aladdin television series.
No.235840
Anonymous
>>235151
Be nice to have something to break the tween morass
No.236093
Jumpman
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No.236109
Anonymous
Replies:>>236110
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>>236093
She's really cute.
No.236110
Mr. Stone !zWb42fBPMM
>>236093
>>236109

Obligatory comment.
No.236113
Deon
Replies:>>236120
>>236093
It says a lot, but then like a proper teaser, it actually says nothing at all.
But at least they established the blindingly obvious concept.
No.236120
Mister Twister
>>236113
The people in charge of PR at Disney want to make sure 100% of the audience get the intended message.

Expect the movie to paws every 5 seconds to have a narrator explain what's happening on-screen.
No.236255
Jumpman
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Tangled world confirmed for Kingdom Hearts 3.
No.236257
Anonymous
Replies:>>236259
>>236255
And I threw up a little. When they add Frozen I'll slap all Square employees in the face.
No.236259
Anonymous
>>236257
>When they add Disney's biggest money maker of the decade, I'll slap all Square employees in the face.
Logic.
No.236260
Anonymous
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>>236255
>mfw they add Marvel NYC and Hoth/Tattoine planets
No.236284
Anonymous
Sounds like the plans for Epcot renovating it from the stagnate technology and cultural pavilion it's been for decades.
No.236390
Snes !v68zTeBMI.
Inside Out: showing that four years of "meh" doesn't make you forget how to make good movies.

It was great.
No.236394
Anonymous
Great but lacking that little bit of something to cement itself as a classic
No.237948
Anonymous
Replies:>>237954
So Toy Story 4 is a thing now.
No.237954
Anonymous
Replies:>>237957
>>237948
Clearly a new trilogy, following the same arc as the first but with the new kid!
No.237957
Anonymous
Replies:>>237959
>>237954
Nope, it's been described as a love story between Woody and Bo Peep. I imagine it's a prequel since Bo Peep is missing in TS3.
No.237959
Anonymous
>>237957
I thought they were joking with that. But if that's the case I'm going to be disappointed because it sounds really generic.
No.237964
Jumpman
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No.237969
Anonymous
>>237964
That's one more step towards Frozen world. If only the game had more Pixar.
No.237972
Anonymous
Replies:>>237973
>>237964
I'm really shocked at this. The film isn't even a year old and now they're working a world into the game?
>>237972
The Japan/American fusion cuisine seems to suit a team up between Disney and SquareEnix, don't it?
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IDW seems to be doing very well by Disney.
They even credit stories based on where and when they originally came from.
No.238188
Anonymous
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Anonymous
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No.238198
Anonymous
>>238188
She can pound my pavement any time.
No.239133
Alpharius
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http://imgur.com/a/xIA0G

I'm cautiously optimistic for Moana. It looks like they aren't doing 'Rapunzel face' again.
No.239168
Anonymous
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No.239169
Anonymous
Replies:>>239171
>>239133
If you ask me it kind of looks like she does, once you lighten the skin or cover up the hair.
No.239170
Mister Twister
Replies:>>239171
>>239133
I think they are.
No.239171
Anonymous
>>239169
>>239170
I saw a zoom in of both faces. Moana has different eyes, a different nose, wider lips, different eyebrows, and even the face shape isn't quite the same silhouette.
No.239172
Mister Twister
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>>239171
They made it different, but not different enough.
No.239174
Anonymous
Replies:>>239175
>>239171
She still looks like she could be Elsa's super-tanned sister.

Also god I'm sick of Dreamworks face.
No.239175
Anonymous
>>239172
>>239174
I'm not really sure what you people want. Every single feature of the face is different.
No.240034
Anonymous
So with the Battle Royale, Wander is clearly some inverse of The Doctor. Plunge all of space into war for the sake of love
No.240472
Snes !v68zTeBMI.
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Pixar has a mixed history with sequels, but I'm looking forward to this one.
No.240581
Anonymous
>>240472

>talk about how much they pay attention to ocean life in the first movie.
>Abandon the progression that Clown Fish take in their situation.

Come one, its a Freebie that isn't forced at all.
No.240589
Anonymous
Replies:>>240597
>>240472
It's gonna be tailor-written for Ellen DeGeneres and that's good enough for me.

What I'm worried about is it's a sequel the director didn't want to make and was pressured into doing by suits.
No.240597
Anonymous
>>240589
And that Ellen wouldn't shut up about wanting more Dory time.
No.243275
Anonymous
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/06/28/is-disneys-portrayal-of-maui-a-polynesian-demigod-in-moana-racially-insensitive/

He's built like a power wrestler, morons. He's not obese.

Fucking hell they don't know anything about body types. He actually looks a lot like Peter Maivia, Dwayne Johnson's Grandfather.
No.243276
Anonymous
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>>243275
For comparisons sake. It likely is just a happy coincidence but its a nice homage to that legacy.
No.243281
Anonymous
>>243275
>the criticisms of Maui as a comedic character
So, kind of like the guys in India who got mad at Clone High over Gandhi or at SMT for making Krishna a villain in one of the games, even though almost all gods in that game are evil/monstrous?
Those people are usually on the nationalistic side and not worth listening to anyway. Kinda like the vocal minority of Japanese people who get offended by outside media criticizing Hirohito and Tojo, or American rednecks pissy over Hamilton being "disrespectful" to the Founding Fathers.
No.243282
Anonymous
>>243281

And considering that many people in the film are Native Hawaiian or Samoan or Polynesian. If something was off then they'd voice a concern about it.

Also Maui is a trickster god, course he's going to have a humorous nature in the film.

People need to read more before jumping to the "defense" of something they don't know anything about.

Ignorance is not an excuse to be offended.
No.243283
Mister Twister
>>243276
Those feet are scary.
No.243284
Anonymous
>>243281
I too wish people would stop having opinions and expressing them.
No.243285
Mister Twister
>>243284
R u srs?
No.243286
Anonymous
Replies:>>243288
>>243284
What, don't tell me you support the claims of people like the Hindutva and Uyoku Dantai just because they're foreign?
No.243288
Anonymous
>>243286
I just find the hand-wringing from conservative nerds complaining about "political correctness gone mad" to be exhausting, especially when the stuff they're complaining about is just people talking about shit they don't like on the internet. As though those people shouldn't be allowed to talk about how they don't like something.

"I'm offended" and "this is offensive" are not the same thing. Many people who complain about things being offensive need to learn that fact, but so do a lot of people who complain about "outrage culture." And becoming outraged about outrage doesn't do anything to fight outrage culture, it just encourages it and makes it more hilariously hypocritical.
No.243290
Anonymous
>>243288
I'm the one you're responding to and you got it all wrong. I never said they didn't have the right to complain like you so kindly strawmanned me. My point isn't that the complaints posted in the link sound like political correctness but the opposite. People offended at a heroic portrayal of MUH MAUI for being goofy because it isn't the portrayal they grew up with sound like the same kind of people who get butthurt over Captain America being gay, Hamilton having a POC cast, or turning Jesus into a "Commie" skateboarder.

Aka chances are they come from the traditionalist/socially conservative wing of Pacific Islander society. Course they might not actually be. Maybe it turns out Pacific Islander religion really does have a hard rule like Islam on banning pictures of Mohammed, and the article isn't 100% clear on who's saying what, but otherwise it reminds me of how ultra-nationalists in other countries freak out when foreigners adapt their culture "wrong".

They can complain all they want but it's possible they're the last people progressives should be listening to but often end up doing because they didn't look up the regional politics hard enough. Like the people in India who freaked out over MUH GANDHI AND MUH KRISHNA are generally the same people promoting anti-Muslim hysteria and trying to get English textbooks to erase any mention of castes or sati because "racism". FFS that very article mentions other native Hawaiians are piping up to the defense of this movie so it's not something actual conservatives need to freak out over either.
No.243300
Anonymous
Replies:>>243309
Wander Over Yonder finished. Hater finally beating Dominator was so cathartic.
No.243307
Anonymous
>>243288

Aren't' you doing the same thing? You're getting outraged at the outrage over outrage culture. That is, if we're using the term "outrage" to define "snarky bitter commentary on stupid behavior" which is what the post you were replying to was doing.
No.243309
Anonymous
>>243300
I love Sylvia so much.
No.243318
Anonymous
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So possible Title being Super Wreck-It Ralph. And involving the internet in some manner. Partly wondering how the internet would figure in but in the time of wireless I guess its not too far an idea of a "Smart" arcade cabinet.
No.243321
Anonymous
>>243318
What a SNES thing to do.
No.243322
Anonymous
Replies:>>243332
>>243318
The duck-based Twitter parody is really cute to me, and I wonder what NMELOGIC is based on. Kirby's nemesis is into making computers now?
No.243332
Anonymous
>>243322
I'd use Quacker and the unofficial notification mod "Cheese"
No.245266
Alpharius a go go
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Mister Twister
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>>245266
WHY DOES EVERY FEMALE PROTAGONIST HAS TO BE A PRINCESS?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?

I am triggered.
No.245268
Mister Twister
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>>245266
>>245267
>it's fake
Well, don't I feel like a damn fool right now.
No.245270
Anonymous
Replies:>>245271
>>245268
Shame as it would be quite progressive. Also I bet the title would be changed to Southpaw about two years into production as per usual.
No.245271
Anonymous
Replies:>>245272
>>245270
>progressive
No.245272
Anonymous
>>245271
Well yea having girls actually fighting like all the guys as equals. How's that not progressive.
No.245274
Anonymous
>>245272
It's 2017, and girls kicking ass physically has been a major trope in TV and movies since at least the 70's. Certainly since the days of Buffy the Vampire Slayer I don't know if you can call it so much "progressive" as "status quo" these days.

Progressive would be making her a lesbian or trans or some shit.
No.245384
Anonymous
So Star vs the Forces of Evil is now renewed through a fourth season.

Shows been really getting to the emotions and ended on a total game changer this season. Hope it can keep things going with two more seasons.
No.245385
Anonymous
>>245272
You could have used a different word.

But you didn't.
No.245394
Alpharius a go go
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Trailer for the new Duck Tales.
https://youtu.be/No64mMVfnxU
The voices seem a bit off, but I love that animation. Launchpad is still awesome. I hope it's Gravity Falls levels of good.
No.245397
Anonymous
>>245394
Looks pretty solid. And I imagine I'll get used to the voices eventually.
No.245398
thatother1dude !!/PKS88+dMMc
>>245394
So Donald's a main character here?

I guess that make sense, that's more like the Uncle Scrooge comics and the supposed reasons Donald wasn't in the original show (that he'd overshadow Scrooge; Roy E. Disney's dislike of TV animation because its poor reputation back then) don't really apply anymore.
No.245399
Mister Twister
>>245394
The writing will most likely be good.

BUT........ I seen independent animation, sometimes made FOR FREE, look BETTER than that. And this is Disney. DISNEY! How can Disney not have enough money to put into its products??
No.245401
Anonymous
>>245399

Disney sometimes does "whatever studio is available" things for shows. Reason Star has such a wonky quality flux sometimes.
No.245405
Alpharius a go go
>>245399
Disney television series, not a Disney movie. As long as the writing is good, passable animation is fine in my books. And plus, it's a preview. I don't know the workflow of western cartoons but maybe it's just the earliest complete parts they could show. Or maybe they aren't in the groove of making it. Only time can tell.
No.245415
Anonymous
>>245399
>BUT........ I seen independent animation, sometimes made FOR FREE, look BETTER than that.
I completely agree, but it's not a good comparison to make.

Independent hobbyist animation is a completely different ballgame, especially in this decade. They're often much shorter, don't require an entire series to be made, and lack deadlines. Plus, professional televised animation tends to lack the passion of hobbyist animation. A passionate artist will go back and fix mistakes, for art's sake. A professional animator often has deadlines up their ass, and a preset, economical end result they are told to make. Artistic flair will be inconsistent with the rest of the animation, and we can't have that!

And if they aren't half-dead machines, they get fired.
No.245435
Alpharius
New Ducktales trailer and the series starts this summer
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