Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

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  • Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

    Why?
    "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you."
    -Maya Angelou

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    Re: Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

    Plans to cut slate was announced to Wall Street way before POC2 was released.

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      Re: Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

      Authorized, apparently WD has not made enough money with or without POTC2. If POTC2 was any indication they would change their minds, it wouldn't have gone on.
      They will continue to focus on their family orientated movies though.
      A talent for drama is not a talent for writing, but is an ability to articulate human relationships.
      Gore Vidal

      "Aisatsu Yori Ensatsu"
      Money is better than compliments.


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        Re: Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

        I'm sure it was just a precaution given the low numbers of last year and the unknown X factor of potential simultanious releases on the horizon. Healthy numbers this year will go some way to restoring a little confidence.
        Frosties are just Cornflakes for people who can't face reality.

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          Re: Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

          They may also be planning on allowing their client companies to release more films while the banner company, Disney, plans to release few flicks and rebuild it's image quality.

          Because the Disney quality image has suffered the last few years.

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            Re: Disney Has Big Summer but Cuts Back on Films?

            This is about the 100th time I've posted this somewhere. The stats show that only the big tent-pole movies are making any money, so they are cutting out the middle and not making the type of films that fail most often. Fewer films, but the ones they make have a better chance of connecting with the audience.

            Disney had a rough 2005 - that's what this is all about.

            Oh, and they fired the boss.

            - Bill
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