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Tag Archives: walt disney animation
John Frost wrote up a nice article a little while ago about the failed WDAS project “My Peoples” and how it was set to be animated in the Orlando animation department…until they closed the Orlando animation department. It never transferred over to … Continue reading
Back in 2010 we heard about Disney putting the brakes on production of the modern update of a Norwegian legend, The Snow Queen. But a few months ago work slowly began again on the project, this time with a new … Continue reading
As I suspected, Disney has a whole series of Olympics themed marketing previews for Wreck-it Ralph. Yesterday was wrestling, today its Gymnastics. This one is also hosted by Jane Lynch and Jack McBrayer and it lists the headliner voice talent … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios (WDAS) made it official that “Paperman,” a new short film combining the best of the computer-generated and hand-drawn animation worlds, will make its theatrical debut in front of “Wreck-It Ralph,” Disney’s next animated feature that opens … Continue reading