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    Originally posted by OP Man+Jul 1 2005, 10:33 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(OP Man &#064; Jul 1 2005, 10:33 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'>
    Originally posted by taboo@Jul 1 2005, 11:09 PM
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    Interesting fact: Disney CEO Micheal Eisner was paid 203,000,000 in 1993.
    Don&#39;t worry. I predict his salary will decrease significally now that the Disney board members forced has forced him out.

    Bah, the board won&#39;t do anything. If anything, they&#39;re just as money grubbing as he is. And anyway If Roy Disney himself couldn&#39;t save Disney, I don&#39;t know what else could.
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    Well, you got have a good product if you want to make money. They just need a major overhaul. They did try to force him out and I think they succeeded. I think he is "retiring" when his contract expires.
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    as great as that is that Eisner&#39;s leaving, it&#39;s probably going to be some guy just as bad as him taking his place.

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    Originally posted by jadiesama@Jul 1 2005, 10:41 PM
    as great as that is that Eisner&#39;s leaving, it&#39;s probably going to be some guy just as bad as him taking his place.
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    Robert Iger is supposedly a big runner for the postition. :/

    (jadiesama, your avatar is so awsome. ^^ I harth darth<3)

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    Ergh....these films will be such a flop at the theatres.
    Disney should stick to DVD releases only.


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    thats a lot of sequels theyre making&#33;
    they&#39;re even reviving the old disney classics&#33;&#33;&#33;

    maybe they&#39;re running out of ideas for movies....
    are there any news on the next disney animated movie after home on the range??

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    If I could ever wish Walt Disney back to life I would, because he&#39;d tear these people a new asshole. Knowing that Walt is a hard ass, he wouldn&#39;t let this crap happen all the time.

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    Originally posted by Dragon Warrior@Jul 2 2005, 10:21 AM
    If I could ever wish Walt Disney back to life I would, because he&#39;d tear these people a new asshole. Knowing that Walt is a hard ass, he wouldn&#39;t let this crap happen all the time.
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    and he certainly didn&#39;t want them to do all these sequals. He was completely against doing sequals to anything he filmed. As far as i know, there has only been one sequal that Walt agreed to and that was done way back in the thirties or forties and he really regretted it.

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    Well,there&#39;s Chicken Little....animated you say?
    I think Bambi 2 or Lilo and Stitch 2.


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    Originally posted by jadiesama@Jul 1 2005, 07:52 PM
    but lo and behold, there may be hope yet for Gargoyles&#33; Supposedly disney releases the second season on DVD and it does well, which it probably will since the first season DVD went spectacular (got a copy myself), they&#39;re going to start up the series again. Also, there&#39;s going to be a comic coming out some time in the near future. I don&#39;t really have any detailed info about it with the exception that grieg wiesman will be writing it, and he&#39;ll be the ONLY writer.
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    I&#39;m amazed Season 1 did well, cos they did ZERO advertising for it. Usually, Disney advertises when someone sneezes on a stack of DVD-Rs and calls it a new movie.

    Perhaps it will play well in 2005. The anime invasion has shown there&#39;s room for a series with recurrent characters and long plots.

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    Originally posted by jadiesama+Jul 2 2005, 11:01 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(jadiesama &#064; Jul 2 2005, 11:01 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Dragon Warrior@Jul 2 2005, 10:21 AM
    If I could ever wish Walt Disney back to life I would, because he&#39;d tear these people a new asshole. Knowing that Walt is a hard ass, he wouldn&#39;t let this crap happen all the time.
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    and he certainly didn&#39;t want them to do all these sequals. He was completely against doing sequals to anything he filmed. As far as i know, there has only been one sequal that Walt agreed to and that was done way back in the thirties or forties and he really regretted it.
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    Of course, because he didn&#39;t belive in making movies for a quick buck, he valued imagination and creativity more.

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    What was the sequel anyway :huh: ?

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    Lilo and Stitch 3&#39;s the only one I&#39;m interested in there. Disney have really been going downhill.

    Keep a look out for Jungle Book 3-Mowgli takes on Freddy Krueger at your local retailers anytime soon.

    However...Kingdom Hearts is still hopeful for Disney, what with having the characters and what have you.

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    I&#39;m interested in the Lilo and Stitch and Emperor&#39;s New Groove sequels. All the other planned sequels are stupid and unwarranted.

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    Originally posted by CC ann@Jul 2 2005, 08:01 AM
    maybe they&#39;re running out of ideas for movies....
    are there any news on the next disney animated movie after home on the range??
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    No, Disney closed down it&#39;s 2d animation department except for the studios that make the direct to video sequels. ^^ It was quite a shock when it happened.... the 200+ 2d animation artists were rather suprised about it too.

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    Originally posted by taboo+Jul 2 2005, 06:20 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(taboo &#064; Jul 2 2005, 06:20 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-CC ann@Jul 2 2005, 08:01 AM
    maybe they&#39;re running out of ideas for movies....
    are there any news on the next disney animated movie after home on the range??
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    No, Disney closed down it&#39;s 2d animation department except for the studios that make the direct to video sequels. ^^ It was quite a shock when it happened.... the 200+ 2d animation artists were rather suprised about it too.
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    Or maybe they&#39;re happy they don&#39;t have to work on anymore crappy sequels anymore. :)

    It looks like it is going to be nothing but CGI movies from now on with Disney. Problem is they have no experience outside of Pixar. Chicken Little looks promising though.

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    Frankly I lost all care and interest in Disney a couple of years ago. I can&#39;t believe they&#39;re ruining more classics with straight to video sequals. At least they&#39;ve left Robin Hood and Sword in the Stone alone.

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    WHAT&#33;
    The 2D animation dept was the workforce of Disney and they just closed it down???


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    Shocking, isn&#39;t it? When I first heard I was so angry I could chew nails. I&#39;m still peeved, but there&#39;s not much I can do right now.

    Disney will regret it&#39;s choice. They relied solely on Pixar for their CGI movies, and now they&#39;ve gone and lost it. How will they fare on their own? The future is bleak, despite how cute Chicken Little looks.

    And this is a prime example of how I&#39;m starting to really hate CGI movies. The high-tech, "real" looking animation is fine and all, but hand-drawn cel animation is an art that should NOT be lost. There&#39;s a lot more charm in hand-drawn stuff, and even if a movie has spiffy CGI it can&#39;t survive without a good storyline. I mean, look at Shark Tale. The animation was fine, but the story lacked and thus it wasn&#39;t a big hit. Shrek would have been just as good as a cel-animation movie because the story and writing was so awesome.

    Oh, and Caracal? Don&#39;t jinx it&#33; If they dare touch Robin Hood I WILL HAVE BLOOD&#33;&#33;

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    Unfortunately CGI movies are the biggest things right now. Every one of them has made money and are cheaper to make. Because of this, the 2-D genre is most likely dead and if the CGI craze finally dies, I fear there will be no more theartrical animation.

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    I doubt animation will ever die, but I am hoping that the CGI craze blows over.

    CGI is best used as an enhancement, like the castle in Howl&#39;s Moving Castle.

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