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There's several new trailers for Disney's upcoming feature film "Tangled" that've been made available for public viewing recently. Here's one of them...
Here's another one that went up only a few days ago.
Along with the new trailers, there's several scenes from the film that are available for viewing. Tangled looks like a fine movie and my guess is it's going to be huge hit.
Here's another look. All of these scenes have been uploaded by Disney Animation in the past couple of days.
The option of being able to embed video on AN redefines the experience of working the forums, I tell ya folks. Especially when it involves material such as this.
Here's a behind the scenes look at Tangled.
And yet another sneak peek at the movie! Thank you Disney for making this available.
A must see for all of us who wish we were lucky enough to have worked on this beautiful film.
A quick look at the creation of Tangled.
Looks damn good. I'm impressed by the wonderful work of the Disney team. They have a movie they can truly be proud of.
Now, why the hell couldn't they just call it what it is? Rapunzel! You boneheads! The story is called, Rapunzel!
Actually I think calling it Tangled was a good idea. Disney was probably misdirected when they tried to advertise The Princess and the Frog as a classic fairy tale movie, especially since the actual movie wasn't at all like they were marketing it.
From what I've seen of Tangled, the same thing applies. Calling it Rapunzel would be misleading. It looks like a romantic comedy, a twist on a fairy tale in the same vein as Shrek, edgy, and funny.
I think Disney is learning from their past mistakes when it comes to marketing their new films. Let's wish them the best of luck.
Well Glen, what ever Disney is learning from, whether it's past mistakes or not, looks like Tangled will be the last of the fairy tales.
http://blog.moviefone.com/2010/11/22/ta ... fairytale/
Chuck Oberleitner of o-meon.com offers a concise and positive review of Tangled.
Kudos to all who worked on Tangled. It looks incredible. I'm looking forward to enjoying it with my family.
Charles - I'm sure by now you've heard Dr. Ed has said that Disney will not be leaving the Fairy Tale business. One has to wonder if it was an attempt to get people in the theaters or just an honest misquote.
Either way, I was relived to hear it was not true.
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