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Why are you going back to original, hand-drawn animation? Will today's kids understand or like that? Or are they are on the digital train?
I would have assumed they like the new stuff better. Regardless of the animation technology and how that makes the picture look, the new stories are better. (I mean, really, a gimpy fish who gets captured and put in a tank and then gets lost in the ocean or a baby deer whose mother dies and is looking for his father? One is funny, action-packed, and uplifting. The other just makes me cry.)
Why a musical rather than just a story? (Or were all the originals considered musicals?) Do you think that will help it sell amidst Cars, Monsters Inc, The Incredibles, etc?
Is the effort to complete the princess spectrum too little too late? Will she be as (excuse the term) white-washed as Mulan, Pocahontas, and Jasmine? Will she have a Creole accent?
Is the effort to "show support" for New Orleans actually going to benefit the city or just your company? How?
And then of course I could rattle off a ton of plot questions, but I won't.
Oh my gosh. This is so strange to me.
What do you think?