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Disney Releases New Concept Art for "Rapunzel"

CinemaBlend.com has posted several newly released concept art pieces for Disney’s upcoming CGI animated movie Rapunzel. The movie is currently slated for release in 2010.

"Princess and the Frog" Gets More Criticism for Cajun Stereotypes

Disney’s upcoming animated movie The Princess and the Frog has drawn a protest from The Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL), which claims that the character Ray the firefly is “a continuation of the stereotyping of Cajun people, which is inaccurate,” adding that the Disney movie is only the latest in a […]

NY Times on Disney's "Princess and the Frog" vs. Critics of Race

The New York Times has surveyed the obstacles facing Disney’s The Princess and the Frog (free registration required), noting the equal amounts of praise and criticism it has drawn several months before its release because it will depict the first black Disney Princess character. On the one side, Disney can claim that cast member Oprah […]

Disney Releases Tech Details for "Snow White" Blu-ray Coming Oct 6, 2009

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released details of the upcoming Blu-ray release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which will inaugurate what they are calling the “Diamond Collection” line of home video releases. The “combo pack” containing the standard-definition DVD and high-definition Blu-ray will be released on October 6, 2009, with the standard-definition […]

Washington Post on Disney's "The Princess and the Frog"

The Washington Post has taken a look at The Princess and the Frog, the upcoming animated feature film from Disney that will be the studio’s return to hand-drawn animated movies and the first to feature a black princess character. The article examines the potential cultural impact of the movie, speaking to a professor at Brown, […]

"Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland": Nonsense of the Worst Kind

What are the great works of “nonsense”? Any connoisseur of the form, if asked to provide a list, would surely populate it heavily with cartoons. “Duck Amuck,” “The Great Piggybank Robbery,” the Betty Boop adaptation of “Snow White,” the Mickey Mouse cartoon “Thru the Mirror”: these are all brilliant works of animation whose brilliance has […]

"Lilo & Stitch": New Wave Disney

Despite making its name on glorious animated features based firmly on old fairytales, Disney has never been afraid of the strictures of genre or the conventions of story-telling. In fact, you could quite easily map all 31 narrative functions outlined by Vladimir Propp’s famous analysis of folktales onto the vast majority of the films that […]

A "Bolt" Out of the Blu(-ray) Is a Surprising Delight

Disney’s Bolt feels like a mish-mash of several other movies, lifting bits and pieces from spy thrillers, superhero comic book action epics, road-trip buddy flicks, and funny talking animal comedies. While it may not really add much new or original to those genres, or even combine them in a terribly creative fashion, it is still […]

PR Interviews with "Bolt" Co-Directors and Exec. Producer John Lasseter

In conjuction with the DVD and Blu-ray release of Bolt, Disney has released three interviews with Chris Williams and Byron Howard, co-directors of Bolt, and John Lasseter, executive producer of Bolt and Chief Creative Officer of Disney and Pixar. Bolt is available now on DVD and Blu-ray disc. For more information on the releases, read […]

Toon Zone Presents: A Virtual Roundtable with "Bolt"'s Mark Walton & Nathan Greno

To tie in with the DVD and Blu-ray release of Bolt, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment invited journalists to participate in a virtual roundtable with Nathan Greno, story supervisor for Bolt and director of the new short “Super Rhino,” and Mark Walton, visual development artist and voice of Rhino (and yes, he typed all the […]

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