History YMMV / Disney

22nd May '16 11:45:10 AM Mario1995
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* AllAnimationIsDisney: The TropeNamer. Disney's animated works are so insanely creative and popular that other animation studios end up having their works confused for a Disney film, which adds to Disney's HypeBacklash it occasionally receives.



* HilariousInHindsight: Disney Studios turned down the idea of doing a live-action ''Pinocchio'' in the 80s after hearing a pitch from Steve Barron (who would eventually get his pitch greenlit in the mid-90s by New Line Cinema). Come 2015, Disney's future plans involve remaking just about all of their animated films into live-action ones.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Disney Studios turned down the idea of doing a live-action ''Pinocchio'' in the 80s after hearing a pitch from Steve Barron (who would eventually get his pitch greenlit in the mid-90s by New Line Cinema). Come 2015, Disney's future plans involve remaking just about all of their animated films into live-action ones.ones.
* InternetBackdraft:
**They are frequently the target of criticism for their [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil notorious stance on copyright laws]]. For example, they gained ''lots'' of heat for supporting the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
**The company got a lot of flack from Creator/{{Hasbro}} fans who accused the company of bullying Hasbro (who had just secured the Disney Princess toy license from Creator/{{Mattel}} at the time) out of merging with Creator/DreamWorksAnimation[[note]]Not that the planned merger made any sense anyway. If anything, Hasbro seemed to be interested in [=DreamWorks=]' consumer products unit rather than their intellectual property[[/note]].
7th Nov '15 7:27:05 PM jameygamer
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* HilariousinHindsight: Disney Studios turned down the idea of doing a live-action ''Pinocchio'' in the 80s after hearing a pitch from Steve Barron (who would eventually get his pitch greenlit in the mid-90s by New Line Cinema). Come 2015, Disney's future plans involve remaking just about all of their animated films into live-action ones.

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* HilariousinHindsight: HilariousInHindsight: Disney Studios turned down the idea of doing a live-action ''Pinocchio'' in the 80s after hearing a pitch from Steve Barron (who would eventually get his pitch greenlit in the mid-90s by New Line Cinema). Come 2015, Disney's future plans involve remaking just about all of their animated films into live-action ones.
4th Nov '15 9:27:19 PM jameygamer
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* HarsherInHindsight: Disney animator Joe Ranft's sad death in a car crash becomes even sadder when you realize that Disney supremo and Nine Old Men member Wolfgang "Woolie" Reithermann died the exact same way 20 years prior (and just for good measure, former Disney studio chief and Renaissance alumni Jeffrey Katzenberg nearly died the same way as Ranft and Reithermann 10 years after Ranft's death and 30 years after Reithermann's, but he only broke his arm.).
24th Sep '15 6:05:43 AM DoctorSleep
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* HilariousinHindsight: Disney Studios turned down the idea of doing a live-action ''Pinocchio'' in the 80s after hearing a pitch from Steve Barron (who would eventually get his pitch greenlit in the mid-90s by New Line Cinema). Come 2015, Disney's future plans involve remaking just about all of their animated films into live-action ones.
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