Most know The Princess and the Frog, Walt Disney Animation Studio's first hand drawn film since 2004's Home on the Range, will be released this Holiday season. From what I can tell, many people are hyped up about and I am gotta say it does look like it could be a good movie. But as I'm sure many people here already know, Disney is also preparing their next animated film, Rapunzel. Based off an old fairy tale by the Grimm Bros., it'll be Disney's 50th animated story. Tangled has actually been in the works for years now, even longer than The Princess and the Frog. It started under the direction of Disney animator Glen Keane, who had worked on many versions of the film until last year when Nathan Greno and Byron Howard, directors of Bolt took over for him. Mr. Keane will now serve as excutive producer/animation director (according to IMBD). I'm actually really excited for this one. Apparently it'll be CGI film made to move and appear like a 2-D film. It was also apparently based off a painting called The Swing. Anyways, I'm glad their trying to find something new (or at least rarely used) to use in the world of animation. Their are some negative things too. There are actually a few concept arts and movies on places like Youtube, and judging from the comments, this film may have a hard time. Apparently because it won't be 2-D, it won't be as good of a film. I'm betting most of the people saying these things are kids/teens who grew up with the "Disney Renaissance" line of films and believe that's all Disney films are about. But that just what I think. So what are everyone's thoughts on the movie?