'Dumbo & 39'; Producer how Tim Burton is restoring different characters from Disney Remakes's live action




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PARTICIPANTS – In Disney's animation revival “Dumbo” starring Colette Marchant associated with a flying elephant called Dumbo in a brand new setting at a modern sports park called Dreamland. By Eva Green as Colette, “Dumbo” opens in the US theater on March 29, 2019 … & copy; 2019 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Last weekend, Disney released his live remake in 1941 Dumbo, the poignant story about a eared elephant who learns that there is a special ability. & nbsp; In fact, Tim Burton (Beetlejuice, Alice in Wonderlandb) manage the natural choice depending on the actual context of the film and the position of a circus / sport park beyond life.

Encouragingly, the project brought the film back with its two most collaborative collaborators, Danny DeVito (It is always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Michael Keaton (Spider-Man: Homecoming, which would be against each other in 1992 Batman returns & nbsp;as The Penguin and Bruce Wayne & nbsp;Dumbo however, striking out this version by making DeVito (proprietor of a small shark, Max Medici) very well, and Keaton (an uninhabitable hinge of entertainment & nbsp;V. A. Vandevere) & nbsp;the factor.

In addition to & nbsp; With these big names, Burton was able to capture Colin Farrell (The lobster), Eva Green (Miss Peregrine's home for strange children), and even Alan Arkin (The Kominsky Methodfor the rest of the team. As the tongue character (which includes impossible species) is a flying pachyderm, Dumbo has had to be transmitted through the latest CGI technology, but it was t that means he had to be a non-life tennis member on the floor (wood further on, however).

The living activities Dumbothe biggest change from the first factor that introduces original people, most of the Farrier family (led by Holt Farrell), who impact on influences t First World War and a Spanish epidemic from the late 1910s. As well as Milly and Joe Farrier (Nico Parker and Finley Hobbins respectively) their mother has been killed for the devastating cold, so Dumbo lost his own mother to be cruel. The wilderness of these characters will bind together when Dumbo learns to eat (in an attempt to see his mother again), while Holt (an ex-serviceman from the First World War) wears a warrior. rejoining his children.

What happens is a moving story (and sometimes heartbreaking) about how important the family, the problems of being nurtured, and, at its heart, to being bit for animals. That's only scratching the top surface of what Burton has brought on in this film, which he feels is the most serious and worst attempt he has in years. To gain a deeper understanding of what makes this film different from its source – as well as the omissions from another Disney live animation mode – we've captured the all-time producer! Burton time, Derek Frey.

Josh Weiss: You had been a producer of Tim Burton films for some time now. What did you learn about making films and / or visual style after years of working together?

Derek Frey: That is a good question. Tim is well-known for his visual style and for a unique sense of purpose. We hear a lot of times, ‘Burton-esque '& nbsp; I say he lives … a special, special place and I feel it is more difficult to come today. It is one of the last in a style, where it has a very different style and appearance – it is still best to represent that. I know that you will see films from time to time that seem to try what they are doing, but I feel as if it had been leading a project, that doesn't. specific thing about it.

It's been a big trip, I have been working with him for a long time and it's great to have the motivation and enthusiasm and enthusiasm for a project. The attention to analysis is always fascinating to watch and that continued Dumbo, maybe I've never seen it before. I think he made it up a little [this movie], & nbsp; where the character of Dumbo appears, each vision is strikingly visible, he had a hand in. That is a place. If you haven't seen the film yet, when you do, I think people can see there's something special about it. look and, in particular, Dumbo, the character.

Director Tim Burton on the circus set of "Dumbo" redo.

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Josh Weiss: When you found out you didn't work Dumbo, what sort of vision / position did Tim have for the method he revived the original film?

Derek Frey: Disney version of the Ehren Kruger and Ehren script into the studio you recognize the story that the original film made it up to stage. And where the original film has gone, that is where we are building. It's similar to the place where the world finds there is an elephant that could fly, now what is happening?

All the play I was involved in is what I thought changed to Tim and of course I think that one of the biggest images is that of Dumbo, the opposite figure. was one of the original animal characters outside Disney. Tim was always a champion for these characters and it seemed that Dumbo was very suited to that kingdom. Then add to these amazing choices [the film is] Situated in the same time and space of great ambition, the isle of Eilean Tighe (the island of the Hebridean island) is something I could see when I read the screen, but I could say without doubt Ability to run and do something really amazing.

For Tim, he took the plays and made the story for themselves, developing the design and appearance of Dumbo. That felt that Tim was accepting it, from the decision [asking] ‘How do we try to change this character to a new film, to become a living environment? 'Certainly, the visual impacts were! [advanced enough] where we can create a sensible elephant, and then it is Tim who gave his character the nose. For a non-speaking character, he has a lot of personality and much of that personality came from Tim's side of his animation.

FLYING HIGH – Disney's exciting new live action debut “Dumbo,” a newborn elephant with big ears finds he is able to fly, and hopes to be a star. might not be good or not. Directed by Tim Burton, “Dumbo” is going into the theater on 29 March 2019.

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Josh Weiss: The project returns to Burton with some of his best known collaborators, most commonly Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito. Did he take some time before they took them back Batman Was it just revived or did it just click back to after many years?

Derek Frey: He was immediately away. One of the early days there & & nbsp;[production] one of the views was in the airfields of Dreamland and Alan Arkin and Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito all in one view. I think everyone was up to the energy on that day. We've been working with Danny really, this is the fourth film which is managed by Tim; they have been involved in a wide variety of different roles. I knew it would be immediately.

Michael, Tim, wasn't seen in a long time and from when they met home when Michael reached a town and went through excursion tests, they just clicked. There is a summary. I think the people that Tim works with are common enough that this short time is already there, but that these people worked together in the same houses. some really interesting views.

From the start of this film, [Tim] He said people who thought he was right for the job, but people of his family could film a film, something that encouraged Tim and made a better film. I don't think Tim will continue that journey to inspire audiences and audiences, but it's really good to see that people look back and see [that] they are excited to see this reunion and I don't think they will be disappointed. It is interesting to see them together again, and it is not as if they are restoring or restoring or repeating anything. It's like trying to make new areas for this one and creating strong, new characters.

Josh Weiss: As well as DeVito and Keaton, you'll find Colin Farrell, Eva Green, AND Alan Arkin. Was it a challenge full of talented actors and CGI recycled?

Derek Frey: Not at all. Again, very good people get on to work with Tim and this set, over the board, they understand the process Tim. I think Colin and the children were the only main job that these actors had not been working with before before and Colin, he was just like he was part of that family. He's answering right – that the minutes were there, and I look forward to Tim and Colin working together again because I think they were really good.

For the children, this was the kind of film they had first came into, so I think it was great for children to go into this big world; they were very comfortable because the people working with Tim are, indeed they know him very much, it's a very kind of friendly situation. It's a circus environment, so there's a lot of fun and there is a lot of movement for people to travel. Not enough, so I think they managed to move into this world, and feel very comfortable. Both are very confident and capable of acting.

MAKING STAR – In a new animated film Disney “Dumbo,” an inspirational entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton) confirms that the circus owner in Max Medici (Danny DeVito) can star out the Medici elephant. Directed by Tim Burton, “Dumbo” is going into the theater on 29th March, 2019. & copy; 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc.

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Josh Weiss: I'm glad you gave that up. Will there be fun time out or news from the set out? Maybe from the actors that are replying to an elephant that wasn't there?

Derek Frey: & nbsp;When it came Dumbo, the only thing that really did not happen, at least in terms of his last sight. The Dumbo player with the name Edd Osmond who wore a kind of gray screen would be fascinating for Dumbo in terms of eye line and movement and tactics with the actors.

How dreadful the clothes he was looking at – we put it into 'The Ant-Man Costume & # 39; – that gave the actors the chance to play something from it … It's one of the things I really take for the connection and movement and interaction between the actors and Dumbo. [is]—It is playing well and a lot of that is to be done by presence of those scenes.

Nico [Parker] and Finley [Hobbins], who played the children, they had their best stories because they spent a lot of time with Edd … They were really related. It was a really interesting type between the three … But I can't talk about anything that is particular; it was just as an absurdity of the day from day to day and as quickly as we modified the tiredness of the Dumb Duns' double looking.

Much of that had to be done with Eddie's performance because he gave him a lot of feeling. The first few days on the way were similar to the way that “How do we get a real response from the actors trying to play this character?” But how were we doing? as well as the quality of his performance, you accompanied him, you were really setting it up and he is getting the final picture too.

BATTLE – Introducing a lively “Dumbo,” live Disbo recovery Milly Farrier – the daughter of an old circus star who is responsible for looking after a newborn elephant – brings t the swipe member of their circus family quickly. By Nico Parker as Milly, “Dumbo” opens in the US play houses on 29th March, 2019 … & copy; 2019 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Josh In the first instance, it is the relationship between Dumbo and his mother and the abuse that it is made with some of the hardest history in the cinema's history. How will that move into the re-election?

Derek Frey: Disney films, especially the earlier ones, bring lots of disappearance and accident. There are real life lessons told in those stories, and I think that's one of the reasons why they stand so strong in people. It was in this review that we felt that it was a real heart.

The heart of a child is a baby elephant trying to accompany her mother, which is the kind of behavior people get from the first. I found out that many people remember how they looked at the past, but they may not remember every single problem in the story, and I think that's the reason that people looked when they were very young and we knew that this story had to keep up that palace. First name is a 63-minute young film.

Obviously, for a long-time animated film, we had to give something a little bit more and give Ehren Kruger… outside the outside of the story once the world finds out there is an elephant. he also felt that it would be good to introduce human characters with a family story similar to that of Dumbo. That's where the Farrier family comes to play. So I think it is playing well; the classic story about these children and their father tries to get in touch with the mother who has died. I think it was made to bring about the make-up of the original story.

When [people] look at it, they get enough of the original picture and how they felt to be looking at the first plan and there are sufficient phrases for the original words to feel they are doing it right . But it also includes a whole new kingdom and they don't bother that that was a bad turn. I think they'll come with it.

CIRCUS FAMILY – In a lively and exciting event Disney “Dumbo,” Maxcasi circus owner (Danny DeVito) and circus performer Rongo the Strongo (Deobia Oparai) —plus the rest of their big team – a welcome a new elephant with big ears to close family. Directed by Tim Burton, “Dumbo” is going into the theater on 29th March, 2019. & copy; 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc.

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Josh Weiss: Based on only the slabs, the seats are looking amazing. Can you tell us a bit about their design and construction?

Derek Frey: In a term that Tim used from the very beginning was ‘grand intimacy 'and his reason behind that was in the original animated film, you are following closely with Dumbo and his mother and the circus story. There is a really big and imaginative scale sculpture and color scheme that in this film is a big film, but Tim didn't want to put a focus on the story of this family and from Dumbo. Though you have a vast world that is everything, everything you have lost is never lost. Anyway, I find out in many of the larger budget films, sometimes you lose you in the size of the world … over the contents of the characters and the story. Tim wanted to make sure that we were keeping up some relationships with the story and the characters.

Therefore, we have made films there Alice in Wonderland, where it is fully located within the CGI world and that most of the filming has been done on green screen seats. Because Dumbo was one of the biggest visual influences in the film, Tim felt it was important to build it up. [practical sets] as much as possible on the position. For every perspective, our characters, the first world, the world we are just looking at, are all available on real exhibitions. Although he is actually well-made, it is sometimes difficult to tell, the scenery, the outside world, the sky … these are the elements we added again. But the first world is from Danny DeVito's Medicus, dusty and down circus, and through Van Keveon's Vandevere Dreamland, all these sets have been constructed in a practical way.

He creates a unique design feature that is really strong, because you feel you are in a real world and give us the chance to believe the elephant. [is real] in a way that the team can create the visionary impact of the elephant Dumbo to become a real world. I think when there are two fold of what you don't know, like an unusual situation and an invalid character, it is a bit harder for your brain to go forward and go with it. Every time I saw the film finished now, it's amazing how good it is about Dumbo playing in these environments.

DREAMING BIG – In a new rendition, Tim Burton of “Dumbo,” visual artist V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton) decides that a young elephant from a circus is fighting the latest sports campaign, Dreamland. Directed by Burton and produced by Katterli Frauenfelder, Derek Frey, Ehren Kruger and Justin Springer, “Dumbo” are going into the theater on 29th March, 2019. & copy; 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Josh Weiss: How is it different from all the live reactions which Disney has released or that he intends to release in the next few months?

Derek Frey: I don't know the story behind the scenes Lion King no Aladdin. From what I have seen, it seems he really takes a look back at the original films. T These original films were originally [from the] • in the late 80s, early 90s, they are a little more modern in the minds of people. A generation of people has grown up with these pictures and they now have children of their own and these films mean something basic to them. As long as I'm sure some of the changes will be in case, I think they would be sure to be honest with a few more of these original films. T

We had a little more freedom Dumbo, came out in 1941 – it's a 63-minute film. We had some flexibility in extending the story and maybe people were less expensive. Again, I'm not sure what they are doing with those ones [other] films, but I think Tim was able to use his amazing creativity for this and I think it is something that people accept and accept and enjoy.

APPLICATION – When Holt Farrier's Circus Star (Colin Farrell) is charged with taking care of the infant babies where his wonderful ear is made with laughter in circuses already struggling, it is surprising that his children (Finley Hobbins and Nico Parker) are falling for the particular concern. Directed by Tim Burton and produced by Katterli Frauenfelder, Derek Frey, the lively animated “Dumbo” animation Ehren Kruger and Justin Springer, Disney is entering the theater. on March 29, 2019. & copy; 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.

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PARTICIPANTS – In Disney's animation revival “Dumbo” starring Colette Marchant associated with a flying elephant called Dumbo in a brand new setting at a modern sports park called Dreamland. By Eva Green as Colette, “Dumbo” opens in the Theater of the Highlands on March 29, 2019 … © 2019 Disney Enterprises, Inc.

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Last weekend, Disney released his live remake in 1941 Dumbo, the poignant story about a eared elephant who learns that there is a special ability. Naturally, Tim Burton (Beetlejuice, Alice in Wonderlandb) manage the natural choice depending on the actual context of the film and the position of a circus / sport park beyond life.

Encouragingly, the project brought the film back with its two most collaborative collaborators, Danny DeVito (It is always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Michael Keaton (Spider-Man: Homecoming, which would be against each other in 1992 Batman Returns such as The Penguin and Bruce Wayne. Dumbo however, by removing this version, by making DeVito (owner of a small-time circus, Max Medici) very well, and Keaton (unblocked press release). V. A. Vandevere) the factor.

As well as these big names, Burton was able to capture Colin Farrell (The lobster), Eva Green (Miss Peregrine's home for strange children), and even Alan Arkin (The Kominsky Methodfor the rest of the team. As the tongue character (which includes impossible species) is a flying pachyderm, Dumbo has had to be transmitted through the latest CGI technology, but it was t that means he had to be a non-life tennis member on the floor (wood further on, however).

The living activities Dumbothe biggest change from the first factor that introduces original people, most of the Farrier family (led by Holt Farrell), who impact on influences t First World War and a Spanish epidemic from the late 1910s. Just as Milly and Joe Farrier (Nico Parker and Finley Hobbins respectively) have lost their mother to cause a devastating cold, so Dumbo lost his own mother brutally. The wilderness of these characters will bind together when Dumbo learns to eat (in an attempt to see his mother again), while Holt (an ex-serviceman from the First World War) wears a warrior. rejoining his children.

What happens is a moving story (and sometimes heartbreaking) about how important the family, the problems of being nurtured, and, at its heart, to being bit for animals. That's only scratching the top surface of what Burton has brought on in this film, which he feels is the most serious and worst attempt he has in years. To gain a deeper understanding of what makes this film different from its source – as well as the omissions from another Disney live animation mode – we've captured the all-time producer! Burton time, Derek Frey.

Josh Weiss: You had been a producer of Tim Burton films for some time now. What did you learn about making films and / or visual style after years of working together?

Derek Frey: That is a good question. Tim is well-known for his visual style and for a unique sense of purpose. We hear many of the 'Burton-esque' times I say it lives… a special, special place and I feel it is more difficult to come today t . It is one of the last in a style, where it has a very different style and appearance – it is still best to represent that. I know that you will see films from time to time that seem to try what they are doing, but I feel as if it had been leading a project, that doesn't. specific thing about it.

It's been a big trip, I have been working with him for a long time and it's great to have the motivation and enthusiasm and enthusiasm for a project. The attention to analysis is always fascinating to watch and that continued Dumbo, maybe I've never seen it before. I think he made it up a little [this movie]Where every single character of Dumbo, every visual aspect of the film, appears to have held his hand. If you haven't seen the film yet, when you do, I think people can see there's something very special about the view and what it means. especially Dumbo, the character of her.

Director Tim Burton on the circus series of the Dumbo prize.

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Josh Weiss: When you found out you didn't work Dumbo, what sort of vision / position did Tim have for the method he revived the original film?

Derek Frey: Disney version of the Ehren Kruger and Ehren script into the studio you recognize the story that the original film made it up to stage. And where the original film has gone, that is where we are building. It's similar to the place where the world finds there is an elephant that could fly, now what is happening?

All the play I was involved in is what I thought changed to Tim and of course I think that one of the biggest images is that of Dumbo, the opposite figure. was one of the original animal characters outside Disney. Tim was always a champion for these characters and it seemed that Dumbo was very suited to that kingdom. Then add to these amazing choices [the film is] Situated in the same time and space of great ambition, the isle of Eilean Tighe (the island of the Hebridean island) is something I could see when I read the screen, but I could say without doubt Ability to run and do something really amazing.

For Tim, he took the plays and made the story for themselves, developing the design and appearance of Dumbo. That felt that Tim was accepting it, from the decision [asking] ‘How do we try to change this character to a new film, to become a living environment? 'Certainly, the visual impacts were! [advanced enough] where we can create a sensible elephant, and then it is Tim who gave his character the nose. For a non-speaking character, he has a lot of personality and much of that personality came from Tim's side of his animation.

FLYING HIGH – Disney's exciting new live action debut “Dumbo,” a newborn elephant with big ears finds he is able to fly, and hopes to be a star. might not be good or not. Directed by Tim Burton, “Dumbo” is going into the theater on 29 March 2019.

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Josh Weiss: The project returns to Burton with some of his best known collaborators, most commonly Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito. Did he take some time before they took them back Batman ath-bheothachadh no an do rinn e dìreach cliogadh air ais chun àite às deidh iomadh bliadhna?

Derek Frey: Bha e sa bhad. Aon de na ciad làithean tràth ann [production] bha aon de na seallaidhean againn anns na bogsaichean adhair aig Dreamland agus b &#39;e Ailean Arkin agus Michael Keaton agus Danny DeVito uile còmhla ann an aon shealladh. Tha mi a ’smaoineachadh gun robh a h-uile duine a’ cur suas ris an lùth an latha sin … Tha sinn air a bhith ag obair còmhla ri Danny gu mòr, is e seo an ceathramh film a tha air a stiùireadh le Tim; tha iad air a bhith an sàs ann an grunn rudan eadar-dhealaichte nan dreuchdan. Bha fios agam gum biodh e sa bhad.

Cha robh Mìcheal, Tim air fhaicinn ann an ùine mhòr agus bhon àm a choinnich iad nuair a ràinig Michael baile agus a bha iad a ’dol tro dheuchainnean culaidh, cha do rinn iad ach briogadh. Tha geàrr-chunntas ann an sin. Tha mi a ’smaoineachadh gu bheil na daoine a bhios Tim a’ co-obrachadh gu tric, gu bheil an geàrr-ùine seo mar-thà an làthair mar-thà, ach gun robh na daoine seo ag obair còmhla anns na h-aon sheallaidhean inntinneach dha-rìribh.

Bho thoiseach am film seo, [Tim] Thuirt e gum faodadh daoine a bha den bheachd gu robh e ceart airson nan dreuchdan, ach daoine de sheòrsa a theaghlach film, rudeigin a bha a ’dol gu brosnaich Tim agus dèan air film nas fheàrr. Chan eil mi a ’smaoineachadh gun lean Tim an t-slighe sin gus luchd-leantainn agus luchd-èisteachd a bhrosnachadh, ach tha e fìor mhath a bhith a’ faicinn gu bheil daoine a ’coimhead air ais agus [that] tha iad air bhioran faicinn an ath-choinneachadh seo agus chan eil mi a ’smaoineachadh gum bi iad tàmailteach. Tha e gu math inntinneach a bhith gam faicinn còmhla a-rithist, agus chan eil e mar gum bi iad a ’ath-aiseag rud sam bith no a’ ath-ghabhail no ath-dhèanamh rudeigin. Tha iad coltach ri bhith a ’feuchainn ri bhith a’ dèanamh sgìrean ùra air an fhear seo agus a ’cruthachadh charactaran làidir, ùra.

Josh Weiss: A bharrachd air DeVito agus Keaton, gheibh thu Cailean Farrell, Eva Green, AGUS Alan Arkin. An e dùbhlan a bh ’ann làn de chleasaichean tàlantach agus ailbhean CGI a shiubhal?

Derek Frey: Not at all. A-rithist, bidh daoine fìor mhath a ’faighinn air adhart gu bhith ag obair le Tim agus an t-seat seo, thar a’ bhùird, tha iad a ’tuigsinn pròiseas Tim. Tha mi a ’smaoineachadh gur e Cailean agus na clann an aon phrìomh dhreuchdan nach robh na cleasaichean sin air a bhith ag obair còmhla ri Tim roimhe seo agus Colin, bha e dìreach mar gun robh e mar phàirt den teaghlach sin. Tha e a ’freagairt ceart — gun robh an geàrr-chunntas ann an sin, agus tha mi a’ coimhead air adhart ri Tim agus Cailean ag obair còmhla a-rithist oir tha mi den bheachd gu robh iad fìor mhath dha-rìribh.

Airson na cloinne, b ’e seo an seòrsa film a bha aca sa chiad àite, agus mar sin tha mi den bheachd gun robh e sgoinneil dha clann a bhith a’ dol a-steach dhan t-saoghal mhòr seo; bha iad gu math cofhurtail leis gu bheil na daoine a tha ag obair le Tim, gu dearbh tha iad gu math eòlach air, is e fìor sheòrsa de shuidheachadh càirdeil a th ’ann. Is e àrainneachd de shiorcas a th ’ann, mar sin gu h-iongantach, tha tòrr spòrs ann agus tha tòrr gluasad ann airson daoine a &#39;siubhal. Chan eil gu leòr ann a-riamh, agus mar sin tha mi a ’smaoineachadh gun deach aca air gluasad a-steach dhan t-saoghal seo agus a bhith a’ faireachdainn gu math cofhurtail. Tha iad le chèile gu math misneachail agus comasach nan actairean fhèin.

A ’DÈANAMH STAR – Ann am film ùr, beò-ghnìomhach Disney“ Dumbo, ”neach-tionnsgain foghainteach V.A. Tha Vandevere (Michael Keaton) a ’dearbhadh gu bheil an neach-seilbh siorcas ann an duilgheadas Max Medici (Danny DeVito) gum faod iad rionnag a dhèanamh a-mach às an ailbhean aig Medici. Air a stiùireadh le Tim Burton, tha “Dumbo” a ’siubhal a-steach do thaighean-cluiche air 29 Màrt, 2019. © 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc.

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Josh Weiss: Tha mi toilichte gun tug thu sin suas. Am bi amannan spòrsail no naidheachdan às an t-seata a ’seasamh a-mach? &#39;S dòcha bho na cleasaichean a tha a ’freagairt air ailbhean nach robh ann?

Derek Frey: Nuair a thàinig e gu Dumbo, b ’e an aon rud nach robh dha-rìribh a’ làthair, co-dhiù a thaobh an sealladh mu dheireadh aige. Bha cleasaiche Dumbo againn leis an ainm Edd Osmond a bhiodh a ’caitheamh seòrsa de sgrion ghlasa air leth inntinneach a dhùbadh airson Dumbo a thaobh loidhne sùla agus gluasad agus ceangal ris na cleasaichean.

Cho uamhasach is a bha an t-aodach a bha e a ’coimhead — chuir sinn a-steach e mar ʻAr Ant-Man Costume&#39; — thug sin cothrom dha na cleasaichean rudeigin a chluich dheth … Is e aon de na rudan a tha mi a’ gabhail ann an da-rìribh an ceangal agus an gluasad agus eadar-obrachadh eadar na cleasaichean agus Dumbo [is]—Tha e gu mòr a ’cluich gu math agus tha tòrr de sin ri dhèanamh le cuideigin a bhith an làthair airson na seallaidhean sin.

Nico [Parker] agus Finley [Hobbins], a bha a ’cluiche na cloinne, bha na sgeulachdan as fheàrr aca oir chaith iad tòrr ùine còmhla ri Edd … Bha càirdeas dha-rìribh aca ris. B ’e seòrsa inntinneach dha-rìribh a bh’ ann eadar na trì … Ach chan urrainn dhomh bruidhinn air rud sam bith a tha gu sònraichte sònraichte; bha e dìreach mar absurdity an latha bho latha gu latha agus cho luath agus a dh&#39;atharraich sinn a rèir cho sgìth is a bha aodach dùbailte Dhùnbo a ’coimhead.

Bha tòrr dheth sin a dh ’fheudar dèanamh le coileanadh Eddie oir thug e tòrr faireachdainn dha. Bha a ’chiad làithean air an t-slighe coltach ri leithid mar a tha“ Ciamar a tha sinn a ’faighinn freagairt fìor, fìor chridheil bhon chleasaichean a tha a’ feuchainn ris a ’charactar seo a chluich?” Ach an uairsin bha an coileanadh aige cho fìor is glan, gun deach thu còmhla ris, bha thu dha-rìribh ga ’suidheachadh air agus tha e a’ tighinn tron ​​dealbh dheireannach cuideachd.

BATHTAIRE – A ’toirt a-steach dreach beòthail“ Dumbo, ”ath-bheothachadh beò“ Disbo ”, tha Milly Farrier — nighean seann rionnag siorcas a tha an urra ri bhith a’ coimhead às leth ailbhean ùr-bhreith — a ’toirt a-steach am ball as ùire den teaghlach siorcas aca gu luath. Le Nico Parker mar Milly, tha “Dumbo” a ’fosgladh ann an taighean-cluiche U.S air 29 Màrt, 2019 … © 2019 Disney Enterprises, Inc.

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Josh Weiss: In the original, the relationship between Dumbo and his mother and the poor treatment of his mother is some of the saddest stuff in cinematic history. How does that carry over into the remake?

Derek Frey: Disney films, especially the early animated ones, there’s a lot of scenes of loss and tragedy. There’s real life lessons that were told in those stories, and I think that’s one of the reasons why they resonate so strongly in people. It was something that, in this reimagining, we felt it was really the heart of the story.

The heart of the story is a baby elephant trying to reunite with his mother, and that’s the kind of the takeaway that people have from the original. I found that lot of people remember how they felt watching the original, but they may not remember every single beat of the story, and I think that’s mainly because it’s something that people watched when they were very young and we knew that this story had to maintain that pulse. The original’s a 63-minute long film.

Obviously, for a feature-length live-action film, we had to provide something a bit more extensive and Ehren Kruger … aside from expanding the story once the world finds out that there’s a flying elephant, he also felt it would be good to introduce human characters with a family story that kind of parallels the plight of Dumbo. That’s where the the Farrier family comes into play. So, I think it plays really well; there’s a real touching parallel story of these children and their father trying to connect and deal with their mother who has passed away. I think it’s made for a real kind of lovely update of the original story.

When [people] watch it, they’ll get enough of the original and how they felt watching the original and there’s enough nods to the original that they’ll feel like it’s doing it justice. But it also takes it into a whole new realm and they’re not gonna feel like that was a bad turn. I think they’ll go with it.

CIRCUS FAMILY – In Disney’s all-new live-action adventure “Dumbo,” circus owner Max Medici (Danny DeVito) and circus performer Rongo the Strongo (Deobia Oparai)—plus the rest of their big-top team—welcome a newborn elephant with oversized ears to their tight-knit family. Directed by Tim Burton, “Dumbo” flies into theaters on March 29, 2019. ©2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Josh Weiss: Based on the trailers alone, the sets alone look breathtaking. Can you talk a little bit about their design and construction?

Derek Frey: A term that Tim used from the very beginning was ‘grand intimacy’ and his meaning behind that was in the original animated film, you are firmly tracking Dumbo and his mother and the story of the circus. There’s a certain scale and color scheme that’s really bold and memorable and in this film, it’s a big movie, but Tim never wanted to lose focus on the tale of this family and of Dumbo. While you do have this big world that everything is set in, you never get lost in it. At least I find in a lot of bigger budget films, sometimes you lose yourself in the scale of the world … over the substance of the characters and the story. Tim wanted to make sure that we maintain a certain intimacy of the story and the characters.

That being said, we’ve done films like Alice in Wonderland, where it’s completely set within a CGI world and most of the filming took place on green screen sets. Because Dumbo is one of the biggest visuals effects in the film, Tim felt it was important to build [practical sets] as much as possible in terms of the setting. For every scene, our characters, the initial world, the immediate world that we’re tracking, is all on real sets. Although it’s done really well, it’s hard to tell sometimes, the horizons, the world beyond, the skyline … those are the elements that we’ve added later. But the initial world from Danny DeVito’s Medici Circus, the down and out dusty circus, and through Michael Keaton’s Vandevere Dreamland, those sets were all practically built.

It creates a certain design aspect that is really strong, because you sense that you’re in a real world and it enables to us to believe the elephant [is real] in a way because the visual effects team was able to effectively create this Dumbo elephant into a real world. I think when you have two layers of the unreal, like an unreal setting and an unreal character, it’s a little bit harder for your brain to process and go with it. Each time I’ve seen the finished film now, I’m really astounded at how well Dumbo plays within these environments.

DREAMING BIG — In Tim Burton’s all-new, live-action reimagining of “Dumbo,” persuasive entrepreneur V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton) decides that a young elephant from a struggling circus belongs in his newest, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland. Directed by Burton and produced by Katterli Frauenfelder, Derek Frey, Ehren Kruger and Justin Springer, “Dumbo” flies into theaters on March 29, 2019. © 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Josh Weiss: How is it different from all the live-action remakes Disney has released or is planning to release in the coming months?

Derek Frey: I’m not familiar with the trajectory of the storylines for Lion King no Aladdin. From what I’ve seen, it seems like they’re definitely looking back at the original films. Those original animated films [from the] late ‘80s, early ‘90s, they’re a little fresher in people’s minds. You have a generation of people that grew up with those pictures and they now have kids of their own and those films mean something really fundamental to them. While I’m sure there’ll be some changes, I would suspect that they wanna stay true to a little more of what those original films were.

We had a little bit more liberty with Dumbo, because it came out in 1941—it’s a 63-minute-long film. We had a little more flexibility in expanding upon the story and maybe people not being quite so dear with it. Again, I’m not sure what they’re doing with those [other] films, but I do think Tim was able to exercise his amazing creativity to its fullest on this and I think it’s something people will accept and embrace and really enjoy.

TRUE LOVE — When former circus star Holt Farrier (Colin Farrell) is charged with taking care of a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus, he’s surprised by just how quickly his children (Finley Hobbins and Nico Parker) fall for the peculiar pachyderm. Directed by Tim Burton and produced by Katterli Frauenfelder, Derek Frey, Ehren Kruger and Justin Springer, Disney’s all-new, live-action reimagining of “Dumbo” flies into theaters on March 29, 2019. © 2018 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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