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    Re: 1st use of Disneyland Park in Disney Animated Film

    Quote Originally Posted by tcsnwhite
    I have definitely heard that John and the new leadership want to rework the 2nd half, but I never heard anything about him disliking the film so much as to cancel the whole thing.
    most of the talk on the film has been pretty postive, except for the 2nd half needing work.
    its definitely a good thing that John is overseeing the film to make it better.

    I don't think they are changing the second half of the film. They are supposed to be changing the second act. Big difference - The begining and ending of the film are supposed to be really strong, from what I have heard, but the second act of the film is lacking.

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    Re: 1st use of Disneyland Park in Disney Animated Film

    ^Oops, thanks for the correction!! That is what I meant to say. and i should know better, I am in theatre. =)

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    Re: 1st use of Disneyland Park in Disney Animated Film

    Quote Originally Posted by Snakus
    I don't think they are changing the second half of the film. They are supposed to be changing the second act. Big difference - The begining and ending of the film are supposed to be really strong, from what I have heard, but the second act of the film is lacking.
    Having just finished the second act of my screenwriting assignment, I feel for them. The second act is a beast.

    I'll have to go watch Hercules again to catch those references, because I don't recall any, but it's been a very long time since I've watched it. (Though I'm playing that level in Kingdom Hearts II right now. JOY!)

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    Re: 1st use of Disneyland Park in Disney Animated Film

    Quote Originally Posted by aerinpegadrak
    I'll have to go watch Hercules again to catch those references, because I don't recall any, but it's been a very long time since I've watched it. (Though I'm playing that level in Kingdom Hearts II right now. JOY!)
    The only one I can think of are the Muses as the HM busts...
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    Re: 1st use of Disneyland Park in Disney Animated Film

    If you don't feel like watching the trailer, here's a screen cap of the Tomorrowland/Todayland shot.



    ...I wasn't really impressed with the trailer. The animation doesn't look all that appealing, and the storyline just isnt doing anyhthing for me.

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    Re: 1st use of Disneyland Park in Disney Animated Film

    Mark me as even less excited now, not that this movie did anything to excite me before.

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    Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    Anyone seen the new trailer for Meet the Robinsons?

    http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/...ons/index.html

    Anyone notice anything familiar about Todayland about halfway through?


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    Quote Originally Posted by wufners
    Anyone seen the new trailer for Meet the Robinsons?

    http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/...ons/index.html

    Anyone notice anything familiar about Todayland about halfway through?

    I tried to take a screen shot of it but it wasn't letting me do so. But yes... I do see something familiar about it and I'm going to call it Space Mountain and the Astro Orbiter!

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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    Very familiar.

    Mainly because we are already discussing it here:

    http://micechat.com/forums/disneyland-resort/24170-1st-use-disneyland-park-disney-animated-film-meets-robinsons-merged.html

    Neat though! hee hee hee
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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    Quote Originally Posted by Loomis
    Very familiar.

    Mainly because we are already discussing it here:

    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24170

    Neat though!
    Hey.. some of us are slow. Can someone merge this?

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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    Quote Originally Posted by BigPigletFan
    Hey.. some of us are slow. Can someone merge this?
    Ah poop, one of my earliest posts and it's a redundant one.

    *shame*

    I did a quick scan of thread titles for Meet the Robinsons over the first three pages and didn't see anything so I figured it was safe. Alas, I should have figured differently.

    Feel free to delete this here thread, Mr. or Mrs. Mod.

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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    Quote Originally Posted by wufners
    Ah poop, one of my earliest posts and it's a redundant one.

    *shame*
    Sorry, didn't mean to crush your spirit. I'm over here in Australialand, so news often flies by the rest of the world by the time I get excited about it too.
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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    Movie looks like its gonna be terrible. Disney should make fun adventure films not "comedy buddy flicks".

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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?

    This movie is taken from a great children's book by William Joyce called A Day with Wilbur Robinson. You all must go to your local Barnes and Noble and have them order you a copy. He is also the illustrator and one of my favorites. I think he is a genius.

    Of course Disney has to add a bunch to this story, since it is just a children's picture book with only 29 pages. John Lassetter is not too pleased with the middle of the story, so some rewrites are now called for and therefore release date is pushed back to next year. I can't wait!

    On a side note, William Joyce is the illustrated for the animated movie, The Robots, that came out last year with Robin Williams.

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    Re: Meet the Robinsons--anything familiar?



    Cool huh?

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