i don't know who drew this but she looks too cartoony and unreal. i hope it works after all the work they have put into it.
I don't think she is any more cartoony than say, Belle. I think the final image of Rapunzel in the first video is fantastic.
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I saw the poster at MGM, too, and was thinking how great it was that Disney was going to have another girl movie. I always said they needed another fairy tale or a new princess. I think they should have an African princess next, or a story from India. Are you reading this Disney?
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Re: Disney's Rapunzel sneak peeks online
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I always said they needed another fairy tale or a new princess. I think they should have an African princess next, or a story from India. Are you reading this Disney?
They've had a few years headstart:
"We're really excited about that and have brought back some great directors to work on that," he said, presumably referring to "The Frog Princess," a 2-D pic being developed by "Aladdin" and "Treasure Planet" helmers Ron Clements and John Musker, whom Lasseter brought back to Disney last year. That pic is believed to be on the fast track and may be the division's next release after "American Dog."
Sources have revealed that the film will be an American fairy tale musical set in New Orleans during the 1920's Jazz Age, and the leading character, Maddy, will be the first black Disney princess.
Although the film's entry in IMDB states its release year being 2008 it is highly unlikely as it hasn't been officially greenlt yet. Furthermore, Disney has been working on other animated films for some time, including Rapunzel Unbraided which is slated for release in 2009.
ORGOCH: Well, Good Lord, Cmash95, ducklin'! Whaddaya 'expect ol' Rappin' Rapunzel ta look like?! She IS a dang cartoon, fer Pete's Dragon's sake!! That's like tellin' yerself ya look too dang human--when ya IS human!
ORWEN: I have to agree with a certain nasty old biddy on this one. All the animated Disney characters are 'toons, after all. and we all come from Toon Town.
ORDDU: Maybe Cmash95 was expecting a live action version of Rapunzel. Could that be the case, dear?
ORWEN: If you think us Cauldron girls look 'cartoony', too, it's because we're exactly as Rapunzel--drawn to Disney BY Disney artists.
ORDDU: I have to say that Disney's Rapunzel looks a lot like a slightly older version of our very own Princess Eilonwy.
ORWEN: An' all them dang faires they got livin' in her hair looks a lot like the fair folk from BLACK CAULDRON, too!
ORWEN: Hmmmm....I wonder which of us will be the model for the evil witch in this film? I'm too nice and pretty for that part, myself. So, I guess it's more a competition between Orddu and Orgoch at this point.
ok ladies i get your point. To me belle and cinderella and arora look more human than rapunzel. and yes ordu you does look a bit like princess eilinwy. It's not that she isn't pretty, it's just that she doesn't look as "human" as other princesses.