Makes me wonder if hand-drawn animation will ever return to movie theaters in North America in the future.It's because it looks and feels unusual. 2D animation fell out of favor simply because people were bored with it. Stop-motion is still a novelty in the way computer animation used to be.
Never Mind film.Makes me wonder if hand-drawn animation will ever return to movie theaters in North America in the future.
I like how Stop motion still has ways to return and entertain people.
I don't really think Winnie The Pooh 2011 would've done well financially even it came out at a better time. Winnie The Pooh theatrical movies generally underperform at the box (with the sole exceptions probably being The Tigger and The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh), usually only making a little bit back.I, for one, am disappointed with the fact that 2D animation has been dropped in favor of Flash animation and 3D animation when it comes to television, and ditto for it being dropped in favor of 3D animation in regards to movie theaters. I do recall, however, that Disney did attempt to return to form with that "Winnie-the-Pooh" movie from 2011, but that ended up bombing, not because of it being hand-drawn like a lot of people say, but because it ended up going hand-in-hand against "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2", which was actually a bad move. So, the way I see it, had Disney not released "Winnie-the-Pooh" on the same day as "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2", then it probably wouldn't have bombed. Of course, that's just my opinion.
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