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Chronique Disney annuncia questo:

"(Alerte Info) L'Expo Disney 2015 de Sao Paulo au Brésil révèle qu'il y aura une série TV de Raiponce en 2017 sur Disney Junior !
Source : Prince Kido"


L'Expo Disney 2015 di San Paolo del Brasile rivela che ci sarà una serie tv dedicata a Rapunzel per il 2017 che andrà in onda su Disney Junior.
Fonte: Prince Kido (nickname dell'artista David Gilson, informatissimo sulla Disney).

Dopo La Sirenetta e Aladdin si ritorna a fare serie tv tratte dai Classici.
Scrooge McDuck
Posso dire che avrei preferito anche una serie tv su Frozen invece di un Frozen 2? rolleyes.gif

Spero venga fatta bene e che possa essere all'altezza del classico smile.gif
Capitano Amelia
A me preoccupa che sia destinato al canale "Disney Junior"; io penso che ci sia il rischio che possa essere una serie troppo infantile.
Claudio
Anche io temo che sia sul genere di Disney Junior, però Disney Junior ha anche trasmesso serie come La sirenetta e la cosa mi fa ben sperare
Klauz_star
La serie su Rapunzel era un progetto ipotetico nel 2010, oltretutto deduco che sarà come grafica simile alla "Principessa Sophia", l'avrei preferita in 2d, oppure anziché questi due progetti un bel film cross over tra rapunzel e frozen, visto che si racconta nel web che le principesse di questi due film siano cugine.

Capitano Amelia
CITAZIONE (Claudio @ 28/5/2015, 17:51) *
però Disney Junior ha anche trasmesso serie come La sirenetta e la cosa mi fa ben sperare

Però la serie di Ariel non è nata come produzione del Disney Junior, anzi all'epoca ancora non esisteva la suddivisione delle varie categorie a cui appartenevano le serie. wink.gif Ovviamente è ancora presto per giudicare, magari il fatto di appartenere alla categoria Disney Junior non vuol dire che avrà per forza lo stesso tono di serie come "La principessa Sophie".
Claudio
CITAZIONE (Capitano Amelia @ 28/5/2015, 19:01) *
Però la serie di Ariel non è nata come produzione del Disney Junior, anzi all'epoca ancora non esisteva la suddivisione delle varie categorie a cui appartenevano le serie. wink.gif

E infatti lo dicevo perchè magari sono più aperti anche verso le serie che non siano "infantili".
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Un utente del forum DVDizzy ha twittato con Glenn Slater a proposito della serie tv di Rapunzel...
Ecco cosa dice Glenn Slater:

Da Twitter:

Q: It has just been announced that a Tangled TV series is in the works. Will you and Alan be writing new songs for the show?

Glenn Slater: We are! And it's going to be amazing - exciting story concept, fantastic character design...and hopefully some great songs, too.


Traduzione: Glenn Slater e Alan Menken stanno scrivendo alcune canzoni per la tv serie. Glenn Slater aggiunge che il soggetto è interessante e ci sono dei fantastici disegni per i personaggi e anche grandi canzoni.
Claudio
Speriamo bene, sembrerebbe una cosa "seria".
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Da Blogs.Disney:

What Makes the Tangled Animated Series So Special

This is a very awesome surprise, even to us: a new animated series based on Disney’s phenomenally popular animated film Tangled will debut on the Disney Channel in 2017. Get your frying pans and flying lanterns and smart aleck-y chameleons ready.

Now, animated series based on Disney animated films aren’t exactly a new phenomenon, with everything from Hercules to 101 Dalmatians getting turned into episodic television. The biggest feature-to-television-series conversion was the syndicated Aladdin TV series, which ran for 86 episodes and included three additional movies. Most recently Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs got the small screen spin-off treatment with The 7D and starting this fall The Lion Guard, which focuses on Simba’s son, will make its official rollout, first as a television movie in November and then at the beginning of next year as a TV series (both will air on Disney Junior).

But what makes the Tangled series so special is the amount of talent that they’ve retained from the original feature film. This new series will feature Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi reprising their roles of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider (nee Eugene) from the movie and showcase new songs from Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater, who were responsible for all of those catchy tunes in the original film. Clare Keane, daughter of Disney Legend Glen Keane (who at one point was the director on a very different version of the film and who later served as an animation supervisor), consulted on the film. They’re really getting the band back together. This is roughly the equivalent of snagging Robin Williams for the Aladdin television series.

Additional characters from the feature that will make the leap to episodic television include Rapunzel’s chameleon sidekick Pascal, the uppity horse Maximus, the thugs from the Snuggly Duckling Pub and a brand new character: Cassandra, described as “a tough-as-nails handmaiden, who becomes Rapunzel’s confidant.” We’re sold.

In terms of timing, the series takes place in between the events of the feature film and the start of the utterly charming 2012 short film Tangled Ever After. Apparently there were a lot of adventures that Rapunzel and Eugene got into in the time in-between. We don’t have any details on what the animation style will be but based on the promotional artwork, Tangled fans will be very, very happy.

Filippo
Teaser Poster

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Sì è uno stile particolare per il poster anche se pensiamo che poi la serie abbia le caratteristiche dei disegni del film (ovvio non la qualità del film ma i modelli saranno quelli crediamo)...

Qui la notizia con un po' di trama:

[06/03/15 - 08:01 AM]
"Tangled" Animated Series, Based on Walt Disney Animation Studios' Acclaimed Feature Film, Begins Production for 2017 Premiere on Disney Channel
Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi are reprising their roles as Rapunzel and Eugene.

[via press release from Disney Channel]

"TANGLED" ANIMATED TV SERIES, BASED ON WALT DISNEY ANIMATION STUDIOS' ACCLAIMED FEATURE FILM, BEGINS PRODUCTION FOR 2017 PREMIERE ON DISNEY CHANNEL

Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi to Reprise their Roles

Series to Feature Music by Academy Award-Winning Disney Legend Alan Menken

"Tangled," an animated series for kids, tween and families, based on Walt Disney Animation Studios' acclaimed feature film, has begun production with Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi reprising their roles as Rapunzel and Eugene (also known as Flynn Rider). The series will premiere in 2017 on Disney Channels around the world. It was announced today by Gary Marsh, President and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide. It will also reunite Disney Legend and Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater.

Produced by Disney Television Animation, the series was developed by animation veterans Chris Sonnenburg (Disney's "Enchanted") and Shane Prigmore ("The Lego Movie").

Marsh said, "The genius of the original movie was its seamless blending of cinematic adventure, character-driven comedy and touching emotion. And we are fortunate to have several of the creative talent from that movie on board with this new production. With the addition of Chris and Shane as Executive Producers, we have the perfect team in place to create a series worthy of the original film."

Set between the events of the feature film and the start of the 2012 short film, "Tangled Ever After," the animated series unfolds as Rapunzel acquaints herself with her parents, her kingdom and the people of Corona. Her irrepressible spirit and natural curiosity about the world drives her to the realization that there is so much more she needs to learn before she can truly accept her royal destiny. She boldly puts her crown and impending marriage on hold to seek out epic adventures, much to the dismay of the King who, after missing out on Rapunzel's youth, must accept that his daughter is now an independent young woman. Accompanying Rapunzel on her journey will be Eugene; the plucky chameleon sidekick, Pascal; the no-nonsense horse, Maximus; the Snuggly Duckling Pub Thugs; and newcomer Cassandra, a tough-as-nails handmaiden, who becomes Rapunzel's confidant.

In 2012, Disney Channel presented the "Tangled Ever After" short, which delivered 5.0 million Total Viewers, 2.6 million Kids 2-11 and 1.4 million Adults 18-49.

Sonnenburg is the executive producer and supervising director and Prigmore is co-executive producer and creative director. Jase Ricci ("Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles") is story editor. Celebrated artist Claire Keane ("Frozen," "Tangled"), daughter of Disney Legend Glen Keane, who was animation supervisor on the feature film, consulted on development of the series. Emmy Award-winning Kevin Kliesch ("Tangled Ever After") will serve as score composer.

Walt Disney Animation Studios' 50th animated feature "Tangled" introduced audiences worldwide to long-locked Rapunzel and charming bandit Flynn Rider in one of the most hilarious, hair-raising tales ever told. Debuting over Thanksgiving in 2010, "Tangled" opened with $68.7 million and went on to earn $200 million domestically and more than $593 million globally, becoming one of Walt Disney Animation Studios' biggest releases of all time. Featuring music by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater, the film was nominated for Golden Globe® and Critics Choice awards for best animated film, as well as best song for "I See the Light," which also won a Grammy® Award and was nominated for an Academy Award®. Rapunzel, Flynn and their friends Pascal and Maximus returned to the big screen for a royal wedding in the 2012 short film "Tangled Ever After." Guests can experience the magic of "Tangled" at Disney Parks around the world, including dazzling encounters with Rapunzel herself at Magic Kingdom, Disneyland, and Hong Kong Disneyland. Rapunzel is not only one of the top-selling roleplay dresses at Disney Store but one of the most popular Disney Princess characters overall across licensed, Disney Store and Disney Publishing merchandise.

Disney Channel is a 24-hour kid-driven, family-inclusive television network that taps into the world of kids and families through original series and movies. Currently available on basic cable in over 96 million U.S. homes and to millions of other viewers on Disney Channels around the world, Disney Channel and Disney Television Animation are part of the Disney ABC Television Group at The Walt Disney Company.
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Sembra inoltre che la serie sia IN 2D e NON in CGI...

vedremo Rapunzel e Flynn in 2D? chissà... il tempo ci dirà

Da Instagram:

Bobby Pontillas che ha lavorato alla serie dice:

Artwork is by the amazing Shane Prigmore. I can't speak too much on technicalities just yet, but it will be a 2D show=)
Capitano Amelia
Sinceramente me l'aspettavo, visto il disegno del poster...
Dadda25
Ma siamo sicuri che sia su Disney Junior? Perché tutte le notizie che ho letto riportano solo "Disney Channel". Comunque io sono abbastanza fiduciosa, la DTA ha prodotto belle serie ultimamente ed il team che c'è alle spalle mi pare un buon team, senza contare la consulenza di Claire Keane e la colonna sonora di Menken e Slater.

Quel look 2D mi piacerebbe molto devo dire!
Logan232
Credo che lo stile sarà qualcosa tipo i titoli di coda del film originale.. comunque si reinizia a brandizzare i Classici, come ai vecchi tempi; almeno le nuove generazioni si ritroveranno qualcosa d'altro su Disney Channel a parte quelle pessime serie sui bambini coi sogni di gloria.
Capitano Amelia
CITAZIONE (Dadda25 @ 4/6/2015, 9:34) *
Ma siamo sicuri che sia su Disney Junior?

Il dubbio sta cominciando a venire anche a me... Comunque spero anch'io che possa venir fuori una buona serie.
Klauz_star
Ma la Rapunzel di questa serie avrà nuovamente i capelli lunghi e biondi? Non erano stati tagliati? la serie è intermedia alla fine del primo film e il cortometraggio...
Simba88
Anche se fosse intermedia tra la fine del primo film e il cortometraggio, deve comunque avere i capelli corti!
LaBestia
Chissà se richiameranno le voci del film per il doppiaggio.
Se siamo sfortunati, male che vada, la serie segnerà il ritorno di Paola Valentini per la voce della protagonista.
Orroreeeee 😖
Capitano Amelia
CITAZIONE (LaBestia @ 5/6/2015, 20:10) *
Chissà se richiameranno le voci del film per il doppiaggio.

Personalmente, preferirei che ci siano la De Bortoli e Nanni Baldini come voci dei due protagonisti, nei primi trailer del film erano loro che li doppiavano e ci stavano meglio rispetto al cast definitivo, a parer mio.
IryRapunzel
CITAZIONE (Logan232 @ 4/6/2015, 16:10) *
comunque si reinizia a brandizzare i Classici, come ai vecchi tempi

Guarda che non hai capito, questo è solo il primo passo per farlo tornare di moda, poi fanno il sequel eheheh.gif
Logan232
CITAZIONE (IryRapunzel @ 6/6/2015, 0:44) *
Guarda che non hai capito, questo è solo il primo passo per farlo tornare di moda, poi fanno il sequel eheheh.gif

E amen, basta che lo facciano bene eheheh.gif
Fra X
Speriamo che sia sui livelli di quella di "Aladdin"! happy.gif Riguardo ai capelli magari fanno come quella di "Hercules" che non s' incastra per niente con il film! tongue.gif
Capitano Amelia
CITAZIONE (Fra X @ 14/6/2015, 19:10) *
Riguardo ai capelli magari fanno come quella di "Hercules" che non s' incastra per niente con il film! tongue.gif

Ma io dubito che faranno così, magari è solo un immagine promozionale ed i capelli saranno castani nella serie; però io non paragonerei questa serie a quella di "Hercules" perchè quest'ultima era un midquel mentre di quella su "Rapunzel" sappiamo che è un seguito del Classico (anche se non del corto).
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Un po' di notizie da Zachary Levi, la voce americana di Flynn/Eugene:

Dal sito Globalnews.ca:

“We always kind of sat around going, ‘is there going to be more? Are we going to do a sequel?’ And then they announced a ‘Frozen’ sequel and I was like ‘what do you mean?'” he says.”Then they announced they were going to do an animated series and I was like ‘rock and roll!’ So it’s going to be a fun adventure.”


Dal sito Collider.com:

Q: It was so exciting to hear about the Tangled TV series on Disney Channel in 2017. How did that come about?

Zachary Levi: As far as how it came about, I got an email or call from my agency saying, “Hey Disney is ramping up to do an animated Tangled series, and they want you and Mandy [Moore] to come back and reprise your roles.” I was like, “What?! That’s awesome!” And then, I sat down with the writers and they gave me and Mandy this really big pitch about where the series was going to go and the storyline. It takes place between the end of the film and before the short film, Tangled Ever After, that was released about our wedding day. It’s that three years of adventure and journey of Flynn and Rapunzel, finding out who they are and finding out who one another are. It’s not going to be done in the same CG animation style. It’s going to be done in a really cool 2D stylized way. Mandy and I are back, with some of the other people who voiced the characters in the original film, and Alan Menken is coming back to do music. While it’s not a full-blown musical show, there will be some songs peppered throughout. It’s just really cool.

Q: Are you surprised that it took so long for them to want to revisit those characters again?

Zachary Levi: I don’t know why it took so long. I think after the film, there were probably conversations going on of, “Do we make a sequel? Do we make another film?” The development process is an interesting one. There’s a lot of voices and a lot of people who weigh in on the decision making for what’s best for a particular IP. I think they probably weighed doing the movie for awhile. By the way, this is all conjecture. I have no idea. I would wager that that was probably something that they were talking about, but they weren’t really sure. Plus, they had a slate of all the other films they were doing, so they probably talked about when were they going to slide it in, if they were going to. Ultimately, what they probably settled on was doing an animated series, and then they developed that idea for awhile and landed on what they landed on. I think that’s cool.

[...] One of the fun things about that is that there will be younger audiences who may have been too young to have watched the original movie, or maybe they weren’t even born, and now they get to watch a series that’s brand new for them. And kids or adults who saw the movie can now watch the series. The idea for the series is to have the same heart and world that the film was, which was something that was enjoyable for both adults and kids. Though it’s on the Disney Channel, it will be something that the whole family can enjoy. That’s exciting!
Scissorhands
CITAZIONE (veu @ 15/7/2015, 23:53) *
It’s that three years of adventure and journey of Flynn and Rapunzel, finding out who they are and finding out who one another are. It’s not going to be done in the same CG animation style. It’s going to be done in a really cool 2D stylized way. Mandy and I are back, with some of the other people who voiced the characters in the original film, and Alan Menken is coming back to do music. While it’s not a full-blown musical show, there will be some songs peppered throughout. It’s just really cool.
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Dal sito Motivarti.org

He is currently a character designer at Disney TV working on the Tangled Series.

L'artista Bobby Pontillas (che lavora ai prossimi Giants e Moana e ha già partecipato a Ralph Spaccatutto e Frozen il regno di ghiaccio) è character designer per la serie tv di Rapunzel.

Da Facebook di Nathan Greno:

Q: Congrats on the upcoming series!

Nathan Greno: Ha thanks, but I honestly don't have anything to do with it! It's Disney Television Animation.


Dal Twitter di Byron Howard:

Q: Will you work on the upcoming Tangled series as well?

Byron Howard: Nathan and I served as consultants.


Ecco quello che riporta David Gilson/Prince Kido su DVDizzy.com:

Those are absolutely not conflicting reports at all !
Both directors are right.
They SERVED (past) as consultants when this project was in early stages a long time ago to make sure the characters will stay true to the original movie.
Since the TV show is in production, they are not involved anymore.
Hope that makes sense now.


Traduzione in sintesi di tutto: Dai messaggi sulla pagina Facebook di Nathan Greno e sulla pagina Twitter di Byron Howard sembra che ci siano delle discrepanze sulla partecipazione dei registi alla serie tv. Prince Kido/David Gilson chiarisce i dubbi e conferma che Byron Howard e Nathan Greno non lavorano alla serie direttamente ma sono stati consulenti della serie in passato nei primi stadi della realizzazione per essere sicuri che i personaggi fossero fedeli al film originale. Ora che la serie Tv è in produzione non sono più coinvolti.
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Dal sito ToonZone

Kevin Kliesch said: One thing I can talk about is that I was hired to score the new Tangled series for Disney. It’s a continuation of the Tangled story from where the movie left off but before they get married in the short. So there’s going to be, I think three seasons of that. At least three seasons. I haven’t started on that, I’m just about to start contributing orchestrations to one of the songs that Alan Menken wrote. He’s writing the songs, I’m doing the score, and I think there’s going to be an introductory movie much like Sofia the First was. I think they’re going to do a 44-minute, maybe even a 60 minute movie, to introduce the series, and I don’t start on that probably until maybe sometime next year, but that’s my next job.

Kevin Kliesch compositore e orchestratore di moltissimi film tra cui Rapunzel, Frozen e Come d'incanto per la Disney (ed anche di Biancaneve o Mirror Mirror) nonché della serie tv Sofia la principessa, si occupa assieme ad Alan Menken delle canzoni della serie animata e rivela che è previsto un film di 44 o 60 minuti per la presentazione della storia e che sono previste per ora tre stagioni di cartoni dedicati a Rapunzel, stagioni che si collocano tra il film e il cortometraggio "Le incredibili nozze".
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Claire Keane parla del suo coinvolgimento nella serie tv:

Dal sito Taught By a Pro:

Claire Keane: I'm working with the Tangled crew at Disney TV. They're coming up with a Tangled TV show and so, I've been helping them out with more design stuff like Rapunzel's paintings and stuff like that. It's just fun to be back in Rapunzel's world a little bit.

Q: It looks like they've redesigned them a little bit. They're not just using the models, right? They've changed it?

Claire Keane: Yeah, because TV animation doing CG that...

Q: Is it CG?

Claire Keane: No, it's not CG. It's going to be 2D. I think it's going to be Harmony and I think that they've done a really good job redesigning the characters so that it fits with a TV animation pipeline and still looks cool.
Scrooge McDuck
CITAZIONE (veu @ 2/10/2015, 23:45) *
Q: Is it CG?

Claire Keane: No, it's not CG. It's going to be 2D. I think it's going to be Harmony and I think that they've done a really good job redesigning the characters so that it fits with a TV animation pipeline and still looks cool.[/i]

Sono proprio curioso di vedere cosa ne esce happy.gif
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Da Twitter:

Prima immagine della serie:

Fulvio84
Il look in 2d è molto carino, mi ricorda tanto le illustrazioni di Mary Blair!
Certo che vederla bionda invece di castana è strano! Chissà quale è la motivazione?
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Da Instagram di Mandy Moore:

Testo di una canzone:

Eugene/Rapunzel

This is life after happily ever after,

And our story has finally reached its end

Eugene

Settling down here

Rapunzel

Year upon year

Eugene

Contented and secure

Eugene/Rapunzel

And now that we’ve gotten the dream that we chose

Now that we’re in for the haul-

Now our adventures can come to a close

Living happily ever after, after all!

Rapunzel

Now that I’ve gotten that dream I chose

Why does my world feel so … small?

If this is it and it is, I suppose…

Is this happily ever after, after all?

Okay, no pressure. Just introducing myself to the most important people in the world. Representing my mom, dad, and the entire kingdom. We got this!
Faith
CITAZIONE (Fulvio84 @ 7/12/2015, 4:29) *
Il look in 2d è molto carino, mi ricorda tanto le illustrazioni di Mary Blair!
Certo che vederla bionda invece di castana è strano! Chissà quale è la motivazione?

Infatti, dovrebbe essere un continuo. Oppure è un intermezzo, come è stato per la sirenetta, che mostrava le sue avventure prima di incontrare Eric, e quello poteva starci, ma vedere Rap con Max bionda, fa strano
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Troveranno una motivazione del perché è bionda, vedrete...
Fulvio84
Effettivamente senza i lunghi capelli biondi non sarebbe Rapunzel 100%... voglio dire nell'immaginario è cosi, la versione col taglio corto e bruno è solo il finale del film, meno riconoscibile, secondo me...
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infatti Fulvio, Rapunzel è nota per i suoi lunghissimi capelli color dell'oro, è questa la caratteristica che la contraddistingue e non potrebbero fare una serie diversamente
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Dal sito Laughingplace:

Rapunzel Herself, Mandy Moore, Visits Disneyland and Instagrams Her Day

Singer and Actress Mandy Moore, the voice of Rapunzel, visited Disneyland yesterday and was nice enough to share her day on Instagram. Apparently, she visited with the crew for the Tangled TV series coming to the Disney Channel in 2017.


Per le foto, cliccate qua:

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Dal sito Laughingplace:

Things Get Hairy at El Capitan’s Countdown to Zootopia: Tangled Screening

In celebration of Walt Disney Feature Animation’s newest feature film Zootopia, Disney’s El Capitan Theater in Hollywood held a 7-night countdown even from February 18th through the 24th. Each night, one of the animation studio’s most recent films was presented with a special introduction. On Saturday, February 21st, that film was Tangled.

Co-director Nathan Greno took the stage to explain how proud he is of the film. Working for Disney was something he had dreamed of ever since he was a young boy in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He thanked all of the fans in the audience for making it such an amazing experience for him before introducing Mandy Moore, voice of Rapunzel.

Mandy Moore declared Tangled as the thing she is most proud of in her career so far. With that, the duo decided to do a Q&A. However, fans in attendance seemed less interested in questions about the film and were more interested in asking for favors. One of Mandy’s biggest fans was there in Rapunzel cosplay and the singer/actress happily obliged her request for a photo.

Another fan asked for Mandy’s autograph while another asked if she would sing “Happy Birthday” to a friend in the audience. Greno joked “Does anybody have any actual questions?” But the manager of the theater had to cut the Q&A in order to pass out some of the raffle prizes. Some of the more amazing items given away included original Nathan Greno artwork of Rapunzel created just for the event, signed movie memorabilia and a Zootopia swag bag.

The curtain closed behind Nathan and Mandy as they explained that the final giveaway was very big and would be given away by seat number instead of raffle ticket number. A young woman in Row G, Seat 2 was asked to join them on stage and when the curtain parted, a man was standing behind it with a ring. His proposal explained that their first date was Tangled. The audience let out a unanimous “Awwww” as she said yes.

At this point the film was supposed to start, but some fans began yelling their unanswered questions, which tickled Nathan Greno pink. “Oh, now you have actual questions?” The first question asked about a specific song that was cut from the film and Nathan Greno didn’t seem to recall the title, but explained that songs are usually omitted when they slow down the story and in this case, may have been from an earlier version of the story. Another fan yelled a question for Mandy asking if she is making any new music. “Yes, I’m making new music and there’s new music in the Tangled TV series.” She also pointed to the balcony where the crew behind the upcoming Disney Channel series let out cheers of excitement for their project.

Just before exiting, Nathan Greno explained that the short Tangled Ever After would play at the end of the film, which caused a loud cheer from the audience. It was a real treat to see Tangled again on the big screen and I had forgotten just how funny Tangled Ever After was. The whole experienced left me even more excited for Zootopia.
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La serie in USA si intitolerà Tangled - Before Ever After

Dal sito DisneyABCPress:



Dal sito LinkedIn:

Zabrina McIntyre
Production Coordinator for "Tangled: Before Ever After"
Disney Television Animation
September 2015 – Present (7 months)


Dal sito di Katie Mattila:

Katie Mattila is an Annie Award nominated television writer. She has written for Nickelodeon's 100 Things to Do Before High School, Harvey Beaks, The Legend of Korra, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness and Avatar: The Last Airbender. She is currently a staff writer on the upcoming Disney series Tangled: Before Ever After.
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Segnaliamo che i genitori di Rapunzel avranno un nome: la Regina si chiama Arianna e il Re si chiama Frederic.
Inoltre nella serie tv sarà presente Xavier, un maniscalco che è un personaggio dalla pelle nera che era stato inizialmente pensato per essere uno dei personaggi del film quando era diretto da Glen Keane e Dean Wellins e la storia era molto dark.

Ecco qua una serie di informazioni:

Da Blogs.Disney:

New Details and Casting Revealed For Disney Channel’s Tangled: Before Ever After

Ever since Tangled: Before Ever After, the new animated Disney Channel series inspired by 2010’s Tangled that takes place in between that film and the 2012 short “Tangled Ever After,” was announced, one huge question has persisted: what is the animation style going to be (the original film, of course, featured computer-generated animation)? Well, now we have answer to that question, as well as new details on the series’ cast, title (see above!), music, and the very first image from the show.




Based on the gorgeous image provided (the immensely talented Claire Keane, daughter of Disney Legend Glen Keane, contributed design work and consultation), the series will utilize a traditional, 2D animation look. What’s so amazing about the artwork is that it completely captures the original film’s feeling, while still creating its own vibe. We cannot wait to watch this new series, especially since it was announced that original composer Alan Menken and lyricist Glenn Slater will be contributing music, alongside composer Kevin Kliesch (“Tangled Ever After”).

Also announced was the series’ voice cast, which is incredibly impressive. It’s already been announced that Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi will reprise their roles from the film, but we now know that Jeffrey Tambor and Paul F. Tompkins will also reprise their roles as Big Nose and Shorty, two of the Snuggly Duckling pub thugs. Additionally, M.C. Gainey will be the Captain of the Guards one more.

Joining these returning favorites are Ashley Judd as Rapunzel’s mother Queen Arianna; Broadway star Eden Espinosa as Rapunzel’s handmaiden and confidant, Cassandra; comedian Jeff Ross as Hook Hand’s brother Hook Foot; Richard Kind as Uncle Monty; Sean Hayes, as Pete the Guard; Peter MacNicol as Nigel the Advisor; Clancy Brown as Rapunzel’s father King Frederic; Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as blacksmith Xavier; Diedrich Bader as Stan the Guard; Charles Halford as Pub Thug Vladimir; Steve Blum as Pub Thug Attila Buckethead; James Monroe Iglehart as Eugene’s friend Lance Strongbow; Jeremy Jordan as teen alchemist Varian; and Jonathan Banks as Quirin, Varian’s father. That’s right: get ready for brand new pub thugs.

If you weren’t already anxiously awaiting the 2017 debut of Tangled: Before Ever After, then chances are you are now. Just look at Pascal with the frying pan! Priceless!


Dal sito Matinee Chat:

Q: Tangled is one of my favorite movies…Are their any plans to do a sequel?

Byron Howard: I know we are doing a television series for sure. The question is what do you do once you cut off her hair, but we are working through that process in the television version of the story…so stay tuned…


Da Twitter:

Q: Will be finally be given an explanation for Rapunzel's long blond hair in an upcoming episode?

Craig Gerber: Yes, but not an episode of this series.
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News:

* Verrà realizzato un film speciale che anticiperà la serie e verrà spiegato il perché Rapunzel avrà di nuovo i suoi lunghi capelli dorati.
* Il debutto della serie (anticipata dal film speciale) è fissato per Febbraio 2017 in USA.

Da StitchKingdom:

REPORT: Disney’s ‘Tangled Before Ever After’ to Premiere in February

According to promotional materials obtained by Stitch Kingdom, Disney Television Animation’s Tangled spin-off series, ‘Tangled Before Ever After,’ is set to premiere in February 2017. Actually, a ‘tentpole’ event (likely an extended episode/movie) is slated to premiere in February while the series itself is planned for a June 2017 start. Granted it’s still early and this has not been officially announced, so it should be taken with a grain of salt.

What is official, however, is word from executive producer Chris Sonnenburg has created his own Tumblr account since the most recent casting announcement and promises to not only acknowledge how Rapunzel reclaimed her long hair in the series, but has plans to actually explain it.

‘Tangled: Before Ever After’ is set between the events of the feature film and the start of the 2012 short film, Tangled Ever After. Premiering in 2017 on Disney Channels around the world, the series unfolds as Rapunzel acquaints herself with her parents, her kingdom and the people of Corona.
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Dal sito App.com:

Glenn Slater parla un po' della serie tv per la quale lavora alle canzoni assieme a Alan Menken:

He and Menken also have started work on “Tangled: Before Ever After,” which just announced a star-studded cast including Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Ashley Judd, Jeffrey Tambor, Jeremy Jordan, Eden Espinosa, James Monroe Iglehart, Sean Hayes and Richard Kind

“The writers have come up with some very clever and exciting ideas about how to spin out (Rapunzel’s) story,” Slater said. “Getting to play in that sandbox again with those characters is a blast. And in some ways we get to dig even deeper into their emotional lives. It’s always fun to get to go back to characters we’ve spent a lot of time with.”
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Dal sito Australia Network:

‘Frozen 2’ Elsa Featured in ‘Tangled 2’ TV Series? Zachary Levi Talks Details!

" Frozen 2” has been confirmed and fans of the Ice Queen of Arendelle are hoping that she will also appear in the “Tangled” TV series.

HollywoodLife cornered actor Zachary Levi at the 2016 Tony Awards Meet the Nominees Press Junket recently and gave out update on what’s next for Flynn and Rapunzel.

Levi has revealed that there will be no “Tangled” sequel in the big screen but there will be a television series for the Disney princess.

The actor played Rapunzel’s knight and shining rider Flynn in the animated film “Tangled.” He told HollywoodLife, “There’s not going to be a Tangled 2,” but “We’re doing a Tangled series! Tangled: Ever After was the short we did, and now we’re doing a series for the Disney Channel.”

The “Tangled” TV series is not the only project that Levi is on right now. He is up for his first Tony nomination as Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical for his role in the Broadway stage, “She Loves Me.”

The likelihood of Elsa appearing in “Tangled” is not farfetched. There have been speculations that Elsa and Rapunzel are the real sisters.

A site, named Closer, also noted that during Elsa’s coronation in “Frozen”, viewer had a glimpse of Rapunzel and Flynn among the crowd visiting the Kingdom of Arendelle. “Frozen” will also be coming to Broadway in 2018.

New York Times earlier reported that Disney announced its plans to bring a staged musical adaptation of the Academy Award-winning film, the box office animated film that gave the world the earworm “Let It Go.”

As for “Frozen 2,” the movie sequel is still on. In March, Disney and Pixar have confirmed that there will be a sequel to the 2013 blockbuster animated film.

“Frozen” director Christopher Buck revealed that they already started forming the plot for the part two.

“Jen and I are just getting back into the story room together and throwing ideas around. We have an overall idea, a concept, which I think is a very strong one. I’m very excited about doing it,” he said.

“Frozen 2” is expected to be released in 2018.


Dal sito Hollywood Live:

Zachary Levi Teases The Future Of ‘Tangled’ — Will There Be A Sequel?

Zachary Levi, also known as Rapunzel’s charming beau Flynn Rider in the animated film ‘Tangled’, has answered the burning question that every Disney fan has: will there ever be a sequel? Find out!

Zachary Levi, 35, just snagged his first-ever Tony nomination for his incredible role in the Broadway show She Loves Me, but we haven’t forgotten about one of his best projects ever: Tangled! HollywoodLife.com caught up with Zach at the 2016 Tony Awards Meet the Nominees Press Junket on May 4, and he gave us the scoop on what’s next for Flynn and Rapunzel. Check it out!

Fans of the flick might be disappointed, because according to Zach, there won’t be a sequel: “There’s not going to be a Tangled 2,” he tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. There’s good news, though: “We’re doing a Tangled series! Tangled: Ever After was the short we did, and now we’re doing a series for the Disney Channel,” Zach says. It sounds like the ball is finally rolling on the series, which has also been confirmed to happen with Mandy Moore, the voice of Rapunzel. Can’t wait!

Tangled isn’t the only thing on Zach’s plate in the least. He’s up for his first Tony as Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical, and when he’s not performing in six shows a week, he’s trying to see other Broadway productions! “I love going to see Broadway, but it’s hard to see a Broadway show when you’re in one!” Zach tells me. “I still try. I was able to see Waitress; I’m going to go see American Psycho.” Ah, a theater nerd after my own heart. If you haven’t gotten tix to She Loves Me yet, go see it — it’s amazing!
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Dal sito ET Online:

EXCLUSIVE: Zachary Levi Dishes on Disney Channel's New 'Tangled' Series, Keeps Hope Alive for 'Chuck' Update

Zachary Levi is counting down to the return of Tangled!

Disney is reviving the 2010 blockbuster movie for a new animated series, Tangled: Before Ever After, which will air 78 episodes over the course of three seasons. It will pick up after the end of Tangled when Finn (Levi) and Rapunzel (Mandy Moore) officially couple up.

“This takes place between when they end up getting married [in Tangled Ever After] and whatever those adventures were,” Levi told ET recently at YouTube Space in New York City.

Tangled was a huge success for Disney when it hit theaters six years ago, making nearly $600 million at the worldwide box office. That prompted Disney/Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter -- the man behind Tangled -- to rethink his desire to move away from fairy tales following the movie smashed expectations.

“He said, ‘Alright guys, this is it. This is the last one,’” the 35-year-old actor recalled Lasseter saying. “Then he made Tangled and we did really well and it was enough to buoy that for them to go and make Frozen.”

“So I will say to the Frozen people, ‘You’re welcome. You are welcome,’” Levi joked.

With networks rebooting and resurrecting beloved franchises for a new generation, Levi put to bed any notion that a Chuck revival series could be in the forecast. However, he was more open to the idea of a feature film reincarnation for the NBC action comedy.

“That’s what I’d like to do,” he said. “Even before we wrapped the show [in 2012], I always thought it would be fun to do annual or semi-annual Chuck movies, just to get the band back together for a month or two because it’s a premise that can lend itself to that. But getting everybody back together to get the series back together would be difficult.”

Tangled: Before Ever After premieres on Disney Channel in 2017.
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Banner per il Licensing Expo 2016:

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Chi fosse interessato a sapere qualcosa di più sulla realizzazione della serie tv, può leggere il Tumblr di Chris Sonnenburg, il produttore esecutivo.

Tra le foto che troverete vi sono anche quelle di alcuni copioni con indicazioni di musiche e canzoni scritte da Alan Menken (c'è pure un duetto di Rapunzel e Eugene).

Ecco il sito:

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IryRapunzel
Wow! Pascal e Maximus parleranno nella serie! post-6-1111346575.gif

EDIT: Niente, avevo letto male e non avevo capito che per "dare voce" ai due personaggi il regista intendeva gli effetti sonori e non un doppiatore XD
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Teaser trailer:

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Rowena84
L'idea di rivedere Rapunzel e Flynn mi entusiasma parecchio! Sperando sia bella come quella di Alladin e non sia per piccolissimi...
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