Monday, March 12, 2012

Coming Soon ...

... to an AMC near you.

Not.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

good art direction. a traincar as wide as it is long. What you say, about 10-12 can pile in there?

Christopher M. Sobieniak said...

I love this!

aryder21 said...

Oh I like the sound of this. I'm going to have to keep track of this ^.^

Anonymous said...

I believe this is a fake - it hit some animation fan sites earlier and was pointed out as being so. IMDB does not have it listed and given Ryan Gosling's attachment you'd think they'd have it listed.

Oh well.

aryder21 said...

Yep was confirmed by the hard core disney fans. Too bad.

Anonymous said...

And of course the Huff Post's faithful readers are calling Walt an anti-Semite in the comments section. How the left loves to cling to that lie! Thanks, Seth McFarlane.

Anonymous said...

... not to mention Disney lost the "WALT" in "Walt Disney Presents" a few months back.

Anonymous said...

That's like losing the Ronald in Reagan.
The Jesus in Christ.
The Easter in Bunny.
The Santa in Claus.
The Mad in Donna.....

and on and on and on.

Anonymous said...

^Agreed. For that reason I hate Iger with a passion. It was a hoot listening him founder through that stockholder meeting today. Didn't even MENTION "Avatarland" until some stockholder brought it up. Talked about Marvel characters coming to WDW when they just plain can't because Disney doesn't have the rights, ownership or not. And whoop de doo, another Muppet movie, which will undoubtedly make even less than its weak-sister predecessor.

Disney is, creatively speaking, in very very very sad shape.

Anonymous said...

jester says: Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to
present you, Paula Cole.
Where is my John Wayen
Where is my pairie son
Where is my happy ending
Where have all the cowboys gone
Where is my Marlboro man
Where is his shiny gun
Where is my lonely ranger
Where have all the cowboys gone

*Audience applause*

Anonymous said...

Remember, kids, Walt may not have been an anti-Semite, but he sure was anti-Union.

Anonymous said...

^Especially when that union was being forced on him by a bully (Herb Sorrell) who claimed Walt was running a sweatshop (patently untrue) and who got his political-muscle money from the Communist party.

stevenem said...

^You do know this is a union blog?

pffft! said...

Am I the only one who wants to punch the jester in the face?

Anonymous said...

The nonsense that some people just spout with no idea of what they are talking about. There is a great book out there about the unionization of the animation industry that is very informative about the Disney strike. It is Tom Sito's _Drawing the Line_. Check it out before you spout your uninformed nonsense about communists controlling the animators attempt to unionize Disney.

Anonymous said...

The communists didn't control the animators, and in a sense, they didn't control the unions, but they were a big influence on them, and Sorrell took money from them - he admitted it himself.

The thing is, the "Walt was anti-Union" label is almost as much of a smear as the anti-Semite label. It makes him look like a money-grubbing dictator, when that was far far from the truth. He had his reasons to oppose the original animators' union, and Sorrel's tactics were chief among them. He was also naive. He learned a hard bitter lesson, and the camaraderie at the studio was never the same as a result.

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