Disney No Longer Developing Animated Jack & the Beanstalk Film
Walt Disney Pictures Animation has shelved plans to make Gigantic, an update of the time-honored Jack and the Beanstalk tale. Without question, Disney has been the gold standard in animation since the release of its first full-length feature film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937. Dominating the hand-drawn animation genre for decades after that, the studio quickly adapted to computer animation following the groundbreaking debut of Pixar’s Toy Story in 1994, a film that Disney distributed at the time and company it became permanent partners with after it purchased the animation studio in 2006.
Both Disney Animation and Pixar have grown leaps and bounds since then, with ...
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