Walt Disney Animation Studios has revealed a three minute behind the scenes feature named ‘Creating The Look’ for their upcoming computer animated movie Tangled which is loosely based on the German fairly tale of the Grimm Brothers.
The directors Byron Howard and Nathan Greno who call themselves big fans of fairytales like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty are working hard towards bring that whole feel again and they also add that since Tangled would be in 3-D it would further enhance it. Well it looks like their visit to Disneyland (Fantasyland) basically inspired them.
The detail given by the Art and Development specialists are quite fantastic. Starting from the shape and looks of the 18 year old tower to the idealistic backgrounds to the unique way Rapunzel experiences nature for the first time to the “Suggly Duckling” bar which is supposedly meant to appear crookedly after a huge tree bent over it and could go on about the minute detail considered.
Well all in all their attempt to create the world a person would want to go over and over again or more or less a once upon a time world seems to have been achieved successfully.
Tangled movie will hit the nationwide theaters on November 24th 2010.
A new Tales from Earthsea movie trailer has been released and it is a computer animated movie where it shows the adventures of a powerful wizard and a young prince.
Tales from Earthsea is an adaptation of writer Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel A Wizard of Earthsea and follows a wizard Ged (voice Timothy Dalton) who is on an investigation to find out about the bizarre events in his kingdom. In the process he meets a young prince Arren (voice of Matt Levin) who has a dark side of his own and hence grants him strength hatred and no mercy especially when it comes to the love of his life Teru (Blaire Restaneo).
However, there are people to make use of his weaknesses like the witch Kumo who has a plan that seems mysterious. Tales from Earthsea seems to be a movie that will grab the attention of the audience through it adventurous nature its dignified graphics and animations. Furthermore, considering the fact that it comes from the creators of the award winning Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle, it has its required moral strength too.
Tales from Earthsea which is directed by debutant director Goro Miyazaki is set for release on the 13th August 2010.