Disney has been avoiding using Mickey Mouse in any new animated movies, mostly out of fear of hurting the Disney brand. But things have changed. The studio is planning to created an animated remake of the 1952 musical comedy "The Stooge" with Mickey and Roger Rabbit.
And today, Walt Disney Animation has unveiled the first of nineteen planned cartoon shorts that feature classic Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck, Goofy and more. The short is called "Croissant de Triomphe" and revolves around Mickey as he avoids obstacles in Paris in order to deliver croissants to Minnie's cafe.
The shorts are created by Emmy Award-winning artist and director Paul Rudish ("Dexter's Laboratory," "The Powerpuff Girls"). Watch "Croissant de Triomphe" below, and stay tuned for other shorts as they become available.
Once I saw the preview image of the video I knew I wasn't going to watch this piece of sh*t.
Nothing compared to the old animated flicks, those were cool and something, the old cartoons were great.
Fantasia (1940) and that's the f*ck it mainly because of the Sorcerer's Apprentice, not the Nic Cage piece of wasted crap flick, but the animated piece included in the Fantasia movie that same f*cking segment based on the short poem by none other but God-Damn Goethe.
I had to write all this bullsh*t. Thanks.
KillerCOckwrites: on March 13th, 2013 at 3:29:39 AM
French is such an ugly language to the ears. I tried to watch it but French sux and I couldn't stand it.
Dexter's Laboratory was awesome doh! It was just ahead of it's time.