Discussion in 'Community' started by Darth Xalfrea, Dec 5, 2013.
i thought it was really good, obviously not as 'original' as the first. the music is SO Good.
i've heard there is talk of doing another, but they better not wait that long or they are going to have to change even more of the voice actors.
LOL-wow boy!!! Yeah!
Anyway, apparently Rob Marshall has possibly secretly been tapped as the director since December but nothing official. Possibly wishful thinking. Also, it appears as though there are rumors going around the internet that Zendaya, YES Zendaya is on the list for possible Ariels, along with Keke Palmer. Goes beyond the normal speculation that they are toying with the idea of making Ariel a POC. Not sure how I feel about that as the pasty redhead has always been synonymous with Ariel. Not trying to be racist or anything but it is sometimes a good idea to stick with the original design.
I wonder if they are not allowed to make any announcements about a LM film until the ridiculous Netflix/AMC hokey version comes out in August.
I believe after Toy Story 4 Pixar has two or three original movies in the pipeline. Although considering how much cake Incredibles made I can't see them taking 14 years in between sequels this time. And cut down on the strobe lights this time!
Supposedly they're stopping sequels altogether (famous last words of course). Kudos if true, but the idea of an I3 probably makes Disney execs drool now.
That said, in 2016, we pretty much knew what was coming our way from the Mouse as far as 2019. All films being worked on for 2019 were announced as far back as 2014 or at least 2015. By 2016 most release dates were established and by 2017 they were set in stone. One would think that releases post-2019 would have been officially announced. Hard to believe that the only non-SW-Indy/non-Marvel films announced after 2019 is, well, Mulan. That's it! No other live actions (just rumors of what they WANT to do), no official Pixars and no animations (except the rumored Dumpster Diving Unicord Dad film and the alleged Dragon Kingdom which sounds like Mulan meets How to Train Your Dragon).
I guess we're looking at the results of the animation restructuring. I expect there will be announcements by the end of the year Almost has to be. Both Moana and Inside Out were announced in 2013. Coco began production in 2015. 2020 releases would need to begin production this year.
hahaha I was going to google Pixar release dates and somehow landed on the Pixar Cinematic Universe theory. I like it! CANON!
This is why I still say that NOTHING has been confirmed or even close to until we hear straight from Disney. You can find crap about anything on the internet. Enough of that stuff and suddenly a "Pixar Battle Royale" will become "substantiated rumors". Even dumpster diving unicorns is only a vague rumor on the level of the PSU (pixar shared universe) mythological as unicorns themselves.
Lasseter leaving at the end of the year and Peter Docter taking over by year's end. Jennifer Lee taking over as Disney Animation chief as well but currently working on Frozen 2. So....who's in charge of these divisions right now????
Me. I'm running Pixar AMA
I've reading online that a good amount of people take things too "literally" and don't understand symbolism, as such is the case with the short titled "Bao" that played in front of Incredibles 2.
Pixar's short film 'Bao' is a sweet story almost anyone can relate to — and the confusion around it is baffling.
I get the short emotionally, it's just weird and maybe a bit too much to connect. (especially when the mom straight up eats the alive/"son"/dumpling) Me and my cousin were cracking wise that the mom shouldn't have made dumplings laced with acid.
Having watched the 2017 Beauty and the Beast again yesterday, I have this question and theory:
Why did the Enchantress hang around the village as Agathe? I wonder if she knew that both Belle and the Beast's mothers died (presumably both of the plague, which we knew Bella's mother had), and observed how their fathers raised/treated them. I couldn't help but wonder if she was the cause of the lightning that forced Maurice in the direction of the castle, maybe trying to manipulate events in favor of Belle and the Beast? That would explain why she was present at the battle and was willing to undo the curse upon hearing Belle's confession of her love for the Beast, even though the last petal had fallen (in the animated movie, her confession came before the last petal had dropped).
James Gun Fired as Guardians Of The Galaxy 3 Director.
Maybe a few years down the road Disney will roll out a new live action film focusing on the events from the Enchantress' perspective (similar to Maleficent; of which the sequel is due to come out in a few years). Disney's been pretty good at throwing continuity out the window ON THEIR OWN MOVIES.
I don't consider the live action remakes part of the same continuity as the animated versions.
Now, the change in continuity for a certain franchise they have, now that's more concerning, but that's for another thread.
My bad this is non Marvel Star Wars thread my bad.
Come to think of it, Disney will be releasing a live action movie about Cruella de Vil, right?
Yep. Apparently, Emma Stone is attached to the project.
I do like some of the changes they've made in their live action remakes. For example, Lefou isn't simply a punching bag for Gaston, and that he develops a conscience and turns against him.
No updates for a couple of years, but it was going to be a prequel.