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Will Disney ever try to do 2D animated movies again?
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Will Disney ever try to do 2D animated movies again?

Throughout the 20th century, Disney’s main business was their 2D hand-drawn animated feature films, which always did huge numbers at the box office. Eventually 3D CGI animation became a much more dominant force and they transitioned to using that for all of their movies instead. Their last 2D animated features were Princess and the Frog in 2009 and Winnie the Pooh in 2011.

With audiences wanting more variety in animation styles after seeing Spider-Verse, do you think Disney will ever start doing 2D animated movies again?

Wish went for a style that was sort of a mix between 2D and 3D, but it was kind of ugly. With the way it was supposed to be a celebration of Disney’s 100th anniversary and a homage to their history, I think they should have made it a proper 2D animated movie as a throwback to the old days. It may have done better at the box office as a result.

I also think the upcoming Mufasa movie should have been 2D animated and a prequel to the original Lion King instead of the 2019 remake, as that would be a better way to draw nostalgia.

What do you think? Would it even be worth the effort for them to do it?





Speed Racer: who remembers the classic animated series?
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The voice actor for Alfred in Batman: The Animated Series was born the same month as the armistice on the Western Front of World War I
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The voice actor for Alfred in Batman: The Animated Series was born the same month as the armistice on the Western Front of World War I

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. was born on November 30, 1918, just 19 days after the armistice of November 11 that saw the end of fighting on the Western Front in World War I.

Almost 74 years later, on September 22, 1992, he made his first appearance as Alfred Pennyworth in the episode "The Last Laugh" of Batman: The Animated Series. He would continue to voice the character throughout the series' run through 1995. He would reprise his role as Alfred in The New Batman Adventures (1997-1998), The Batman-Superman Movie: World's Finest (1998), Static Shock (2003), and Justice League (2003-2004), and would also have recurring roles on the series Iron Man (1995) and Spider-Man (1995-1997).

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. passed away on May 2, 2014, at age 95, just before the centennial of the outbreak of the war that had ended just before his birth.



How do you imagine an animated Banjo-Kazooie series could work?
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Bringing Jewish Stories to Life: Discover Our Animated Series Project
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Bringing Jewish Stories to Life: Discover Our Animated Series Project

Hey everyone,

Excited to share a project we've been working on.

We want to launch a video series that brings to life Jewish Stories, each with an important moral for the community.

Our goal is to modernize these timeless tales to make them more engaging and enjoyable for all ages. We believe these stories have a lot to offer, especially when we need a little extra wisdom to guide us through the special times we live in.

Here’s a sneak peek of what we’re creating: JStories YouTube Channel.

We’d love to get your thoughts on the project. Your feedback is incredibly valuable to us as we evaluate how to pursue this journey.

Thank you for being such an amazing community.





What-a-Mess (1995-1996 ABC animated series based on the book series of the same name). Reruns later aired on Toon Disney. Aired on YTV in Canada.
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What-a-Mess (1995-1996 ABC animated series based on the book series of the same name). Reruns later aired on Toon Disney. Aired on YTV in Canada.



does anyone know what is happening with the rest of season 2 of the animated series?
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Pippi Longstocking animated series (1998)
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What if...a cargo cult sprung up around King Charles III, and it was (allegedly) promoted by an AI super-drone using an animated television series?
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Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-1975)
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