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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:04 pm 
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^I think he would've mentioned it on his show at some point if he were. He's pretty egotistical and loves to promote stuff he's doing.

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I wouldn't call him egotistical. I would say more along the lines of genius.


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Here's the trailer again since the one on the previous page was taken down:

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/disney/disne ... ailer.html


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Here's the trailer again since the one on the previous page was taken down:

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/disney/disne ... ailer.html


You're right. How weird is that since the video was on the official Walt Disney Studios YouTube account. :?

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They seem to remove a ton of their own videos. never made sense to me. They also like to re upload the same video shortly after, with no changes at all.


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At Disney Toons Studios (which now has its new parking lot completed), I'm informed the creative chief will be looking at the new installment of the Tinkerbell saga. Meantime, the second installment of the 'Planes' features has started into work.

Source: http://animationguildblog.blogspot.com/ ... ities.html

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I guess since Disney movies no longer seemed profitable it made sense to cut back on the sequels for those movies. Using that same logic, obviously since Pixar movies make money spinoffs and supposedly-mediocre sequels are called for. Planes makes complete sense... :roll:

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At Disney Toons Studios (which now has its new parking lot completed), I'm informed the creative chief will be looking at the new installment of the Tinkerbell saga.....

Source: http://animationguildblog.blogspot.com/ ... ities.html




Sorry for going off topic....

but since when the bloody hell did Tinkerbell become a "Saga:"...I Knew Tinkerbell joining e-harmony wasn't a good idea...this picture proves it...

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As for Pixar's Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.....or Thomas vs Lightning Mcqueen - is Mcqueen faster than a locomotive or can Thomas be faster than Lightning? Stayed tuned...

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What we joked about is actually happening:

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The DisneyToon animation studio, which makes direct-to-DVD films, is at work on a "Cars" spinoff, "Planes," due for release in 2013.

Mr. Lasseter, who also oversees DisneyToon, said that if "Planes" is successful, he may build additional titles around boats, trains and other vehicles.

"It's a bigger idea that can be expanded," he said.

Source: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 ... 10278.html

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Sotiris wrote:
What we joked about is actually happening:

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The DisneyToon animation studio, which makes direct-to-DVD films, is at work on a "Cars" spinoff, "Planes," due for release in 2013.

Mr. Lasseter, who also oversees DisneyToon, said that if "Planes" is successful, he may build additional titles around boats, trains and other vehicles.

"It's a bigger idea that can be expanded," he said.



Source: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 ... 10278.html



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Delicious irony at its best. Lasseter says he would put a stop to DTV sequels and then goes around everyone's backs and claims it's for building up a profitable franchise. The very thing he wanted to stop at Disney is the very thing he's doing right now...creating mediocre sequels solely for extra cash.

But I don't think we have much to worry about even if Cars 2 flops. We should thank our stars that Brave is coming out next year and should hopefully give Pixar some rebound and redemption after Cars 2 does its damage.


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Delicious irony at its best. Lasseter says he would put a stop to DTV sequels and then goes around and claims it's for building up a profitable franchise. They very thing he wanted to stop at Disney is the very thing he's doing right now...creating mediocre sequels solely for extra cash.

But I don't think we should have much to worry about even if Cars 2 flops. We should thank our stars that Brave is coming out next year and should hopefully give Pixar some rebound.



Go to to the 1:14 part of this clip from the Dark Knight that I think applies to Michael Eisner and Possibly now John Lasseter in a way...also I think the hero part belongs to the late Roy E Disney...

<iframe width="560" height="349" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/UfcemNhlqyA" frameborder="0"></iframe>

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^^ I may have to agree with that one. It seems when it comes to Disney, absolute power corrupts absolutely. People should only be CEO's and other powerful corporate positions there for a small amount of time to avoid becoming evil.


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Delicious irony at its best. Lasseter says he would put a stop to DTV sequels and then goes around and claims it's for building up a profitable franchise. They very thing he wanted to stop at Disney is the very thing he's doing right now...creating mediocre sequels solely for extra cash.



John Lassiter is still a hero of mine, but his reputation in my eye has been a bit tarnished the last few years. He's becoming more of a soulless corporate type the longer he stays in his position. Maybe he should have just stayed a director?

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^^ I may have to agree with that one. It seems when it comes to Disney, absolute power corrupts absolutely. People should only be CEO's and other powerful corporate positions there for a small amount of time to avoid becoming evil.


The same should be applied to politicians.. as well :P

also the statement below is off topic and random

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Jon Cryer Leads The Way In CG-Animated Film "Planes"

http://enewsi.com/movies/190-20854.html

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Dusty, the small-town crop-duster from DisneyToon Studios' upcoming feature “Planes,” has found his voice: Emmy Award-winning actor Jon Cryer, lands the role of the daring dreamer who takes on the most notoriously grueling air race in history, and in the process gives a spellbound world the inspiration to soar. “Planes,” an all-new, CG-animated comedy action adventure, flies into homes on Blu-ray and DVD in Spring 2013.

“We are incredibly excited to have Jon Cryer on board as the voice of Dusty,” said John Lasseter, chief creative officer for Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios. “Jon brings so much comedy and believability to this character who dreams of soaring alongside his heroes in the 'Wings Around the Globe' Rally. 'Planes' is a wonderful story that takes audiences on a great ride and Jon brings so much heart to the film.”

Dusty lives in the small town of Propwash Junction, and the single-prop agriculture plane could not be further from the lean, mean, trophy-winning machines he idolizes – and his co-workers remind him constantly. His mentor Skipper is convinced that Dusty has the engine to compete with the best, and helps encourage him to pursue his lifelong dreams. But if Dusty wants to make his dreams a reality, he?ll need to push himself further than he ever imagined. With the help and support of a crew of all-new and hilarious characters, Dusty wings his way into the biggest challenge of his life.

“Planes,” set to introduce audiences to an entirely new and hilarious crew of daredevils from every corner of the globe, draws inspiration from the immensely popular world of Disney•Pixar's “Cars.” Created, written and produced by DisneyToon Studios under the creative leadership of John Lasseter and directed by Emmy nominated Klay Hall, “Planes” takes off with an international cast of the fastest air racers around, in a comedy packed with action and adventure.


I thought about Nostalgia Critic clip...but I know that's sorta annoying (even to me) I'd just post these two pictures

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Planes is the first in a series of projects focusing on the different vehicles in the "Cars" world.

Source: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/d23exponews.php?id=81284

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Planes is the first in a series of projects focusing on the different vehicles in the "Cars" world.


Source: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/d23exponews.php?id=81284



In that Case

Come on out Linkara...

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Planes is the first in a series of projects focusing on the different vehicles in the "Cars" world.


Source: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/d23exponews.php?id=81284



In that Case

Come on out Linkara...

<iframe width="420" height="345" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/9KJltTzIh3Q" frameborder="0"></iframe>


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Maybe I'm just not that fond of the Cars Series and therefor have no interest in it's "world", but i think I'd rather see another sequel than this lol.

Overall, I think Toon Studios has improved their skills tremendously, which makes me wonder why these people aren't working for WDAS and focusing on new and original DAC's? If John Lasseter wants planes to happen, why not go ahead and make it with Pixar?

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