"Nowhere do we shine more brightly than in classic Disney animation," Iger said to applause as he announced the 30-minute screening, adding, "Promise me you'll go see the rest when it opens."
Extracting such an assurance from hard-core Disney fans might not be difficult. But with the wider public, "Princess and the Frog" presents potential obstacles.
That's absurd. There can't be that many irrational people who won't see a movie simply because it is hand-drawn and not computer-generated. It is all in the STORY. Are these the same people who predicted that "Up" isn't going to be successful because the story about an elderly gentleman and an adult theme won't appeal to kids? As Donald would say "Phooey!"