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AegisP Relationship Status: And they all lived happily ever after <3
Sep 20th 2019 at 5:41:14 PM

Rats! LOL.

Too late, I'm already judging you. Here I go judging. Ahem. "That person spells 'Mmm' with seven M's. What a weirdo."
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Sep 21st 2019 at 8:46:28 AM

There was something I wanted to add to our discussion about Sleeping Beauty the other day, but then that fiasco with my computer happened. x_x Now that it's all fixed, here it is.

At the Disney Parks, Aurora sometimes asks the people she meets if they've slain any dragons. I shared this joke I made about it with my friends. Which one should I answer with: Deathwing or Alduin? tongue

Where is everybody? Come on, my joke wasn't THAT bad, was it?

Edited by Demetrios on Sep 22nd 2019 at 1:01:09 PM

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Sep 26th 2019 at 11:33:08 AM

Oh don't mind me, just popping in to say Hi.

I want to ask you guys a question.

This is related to Lilo and Stitch, has there been any videos showcasing the UK Edit of the scene where Lilo is hiding in a Pizza Box Cupboard instead of a dryer? I was thinking about putting it down as a Bowdlerise video example.

Edited by Agent2583 on Sep 26th 2019 at 7:34:36 PM

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Sep 26th 2019 at 11:37:42 AM

Look on youtube

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Sep 26th 2019 at 12:41:20 PM

I've tried looking, very few videos exist.

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Oct 2nd 2019 at 8:59:51 PM

So in an interview with Slash Film, WDAS leadership (Presidents Jennifer Lee & Chris Buck, as well as Senior VP of Production Peter Del Vacho) expressed interest in WDAS returning to traditionally-animated films. More in the link, but here's the essential bit:

SF: You mentioned new styles, and they said at the presentation earlier that this is the tenth anniversary of The Princess of the Frog [which Peter Del Vecho produced]. Is hand-drawn animation on the table for Walt Disney Animation moving forward?

Del Vecho: That's such a big part of our legacy, and I loved Princess and the Frog. I would say that there's still a lot of hand-drawn influence going into our CG films.

Lee: In our films.

Del Vecho: I think we're one of the only studios in the world that can do both, and how that evolves over time and how we experiment with different styles. But it ultimately comes down to the filmmakers and how they want to tell that particular story.

Naturally, the general attitude I've seen from this response is "I'll believe it when I see it," arguably rightfully so given how Lasseter's pledge from a decade back panned out. But I think that if you've been paying close attention to WDAS's general body of work, it's clear hand-drawn (HD) animation hasn't actually left the studio at all (whether it's been influencing the development of their CG shorts and features or incorporating it proper into otherwise CG ventures outright). So I'm not too much in disbelief about this.

The real question is how WDAS/Disney proper is going to support HD films in terms of their release and promotion. Another Pooh 2011 stunt would be an insult and just ask the question of why they even bothered to begin with (and honestly, I'd say the chances of that happening again are even higher than back then, when you look at how Disney crams together film releases in close succession nowadays). And that's assuming HD WDAS films are even being made on the silver screen to begin with. WDAS declaring they're bringing back HD films has far less importance if said HD films are being designated strictly as Disney+ streaming fare.

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Oct 2nd 2019 at 9:27:10 PM

I recently read I Moved To Los Angeles To Work In The Animation Industry and it reveals that there's actually a pretty significantly sized work force doing hand drawn animation for feature film. It's just it never gets past the storyboard stage.

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Oct 3rd 2019 at 3:36:34 AM

> It's just it never gets past the storyboard stage.

Makes sense you because you still need to plan things out with a pencil sometimes

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Oct 3rd 2019 at 5:15:19 AM

[up] Yeah, even CG films will use 2D animatics to block and plan scenes way before anyone actually starts animating in 3D. The alternate cut of of Spider-Verse is full of them.

Edited by megaeliz on Oct 3rd 2019 at 1:55:39 PM

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Oct 4th 2019 at 4:43:12 PM

Apparently the Pirates of the Caribbean ride features actual skeletons? Creepy. It's bizarre to imagine skeletons being used as props, but I guess it's better than some other stuff people do with donated bodies.

Oct 4th 2019 at 5:28:36 PM

"There's so much that we share, that it's time we're aware, it's a small world after all!"

(My original art inspired by Mary Blair's concept art for the Facade of It's a Small World.)

Oct 4th 2019 at 9:28:24 PM

Medical body donation has been a thing for a long time, but it's often the case where the remains were used for other purposes. This means not only that the grade school skeleton could be the real deal, but it could end up in an amusement park too.

There's the infamous The Six Million Dollar Man episode where the crew found a mannequin was a real corpse.

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Oct 5th 2019 at 6:15:55 AM

[up] I read a book about bodies donated to science. I thought that the bodies had to be used for medical or scientific purposes, which is why they're used as safety crash dummies. Using them as props is something else.

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Oct 5th 2019 at 10:19:11 AM

The skeletons from the pool scene in The Poltergeist were also genuine.

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Oct 5th 2019 at 10:40:16 AM

Well,they were until they had them replaced with plastic ones,turns out real ones were cheaper

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Oct 5th 2019 at 12:50:06 PM

Now that I think about it, I guess it's time to bring this out. note 

Edited by megaeliz on Oct 6th 2019 at 12:05:21 PM

Oct 5th 2019 at 12:55:35 PM

[up][up]Real skulls and bones are complex three dimensional figures so casting a realistic one is pretty complex. Getting a real one just involves paying whatever the relatives are willing to accept. In some parts of the world, that's not a lot.

Edited by alanh on Oct 5th 2019 at 12:57:58 PM

Oct 5th 2019 at 1:08:41 PM

[up] My Eighth Grade Science teacher literally had a real human skeleton in a closet in his classroom.

Edited by megaeliz on Oct 5th 2019 at 4:15:11 AM

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TargetmasterJoe Much more than meets the eye! from The City, USA Relationship Status: I like big bots and I can not lie
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Oct 7th 2019 at 4:53:18 AM

[up] If Im reading it right, basically a bunch of copyrights that some studios have over certain franchises like Terminator, Beetlejuice, Predator and Who Framed Roger Rabbit could be terminated and the source material could feasibly go back to the people who made them (or in Beetlejuice's case, to the heir apparent of said makers) in the first place.

Which means that if those new owners really wanted to, they could take their IP to different studios or even keep them to themselves.

I'm not sure if this will go anywhere either. Fans of the public domain got c*ckblocked by Disney not too long ago, so the same might happen here.

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Oct 7th 2019 at 6:07:02 AM

Wouldn't Roger Rabbit technically be a Disney/Warner Bros hybrid?

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Oct 7th 2019 at 6:13:30 AM

[up][up] My question is; who would Gary Wolf even go to with Roger Rabbit? Dreamworks/Illumination is the only other company I could see handle the film, but they'd most likely drastically change too much and it wouldn't be a good sequel. I don't think Sony or Paramount could do a good job with Roger.

I would hope that Disney would actually get serious in making a Roger Rabbit sequel before Wolf does pull out.

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Oct 7th 2019 at 6:13:36 AM

Nope,he's not their creation,

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Edited by Ultimatum on Oct 7th 2019 at 1:13:54 PM

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TargetmasterJoe Much more than meets the eye! from The City, USA Relationship Status: I like big bots and I can not lie
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Oct 7th 2019 at 6:36:36 AM

My question is; who would Gary Wolf even go to with Roger Rabbit? Dreamworks/Illumination is the only other company I could see handle the film, but they'd most likely drastically change too much and it wouldn't be a good sequel. I don't think Sony or Paramount could do a good job with Roger.

I would hope that Disney would actually get serious in making a Roger Rabbit sequel before Wolf does pull out.

I still remember how Disney wanted to do a Roger Rabbit/Mickey Mouse vs. Nazis movie, but they couldn't go anywhere with because Spielberg couldn't satirize Nazis after Schindler's List.

I too can't see anyone but Disney doing anything involving Roger Rabbit. Illumination would probably phone in some Minion-like creatures, Sony would probably make him photorealistic and crass (wouldn't be the first time).

Even then, WFRR was already straying pretty far from its source material, the novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit. For starters, WCRR had Roger deader than a doornail.

Edited by TargetmasterJoe on Oct 7th 2019 at 9:37:11 AM

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