Friday, January 11, 2008

More Princess and the Frog Revealed

While no major revelations or even new Imagineering concept art could be found within the pages of the just released Walt Disney Company 2008 Annual Report, stockholders were treated to a glimpse of The Princess and the Frog. A scene with the film's title character Tiana looking out off of a balcony was the backdrop for the final page of Robert Iger's Letter to Shareholders. The movie is scheduled for a 2009 release.

6 comments:

Biblioadonis aka George said...

Looks good.

Sorta reminds me a little of Peter Pan--the angles, the sky color...

Hoshino Ai said...

She is absolutely beautiful! I wish I could read what the words are saying. I have to give Disney credit for finally catching up to the 21st century and bringing diversity. We all have to know that ALL princesses are beautiful, no matter the skin color or culture. Thank you Disney!

Nic Kramer said...

All I have to say is 'wow'. It looks the artist have been studying the 1950s feature films. I can't wait see how this will turn out.

Anonymous said...

"I have to give Disney credit for finally catching up to the 21st century and bringing diversity."
Oh my god as if Mulan or Pocahontas weren't divers? This has been a long time coming but it's not to say Disney has never attempted being diverse.

Paul Lalli said...

Neither Mulan nor Pocahontas are princesses.

Anonymous said...

um
pocahontas was definitely a princess

or considered one at least since she was chief Powhatan's daughter