pussinboots wrote:I don't want to be the eternal "when I was young everything was better" person, but well. Let's just say there's too much emphasis on marketing, and it should be less.
"Hey everyone, I'm Roy Conli, producer of Disney's next animated film. I have some exciting news to share, and it was important to me that YOU guys – the Disney fans – hear it first. I want to tell you about Walt Disney Animation Studio's 2010 release, Tangled. It’s a really fresh, smart take on the Rapunzel story.
In our film, the infamous bandit Flynn Rider meets his match in the girl with the 70 feet of magical golden hair. We're having a lot of fun pairing Flynn, who's seen it all, with Rapunzel, who's been locked away in a tower for 18 years.
I’m so proud of the crew working on this film – they’re doing a fantastic job creating an awesome story with great characters and a stunning world – and it's all going to look amazing in 3D. All of us
here at the studio are incredibly excited for you to see Tangled when it comes out in theaters this November."
pussinboots wrote:Ah, so they're trying to make it less of a princess movie (since Princess and the Frog didn't do as well as they'd hoped) and more of a boys' movie.
-breeno- wrote:Don't have a clue how this is going to be aimed a boys at any way, shape or form after seeing the trailer. Pink as the trailer song? "Been grounded like... Forever"? "Best. Day. Ever."? All these things are your stereotypical music or sayings girls listen to/say. If I were a young kid I would be avoiding this movie like the plague.
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