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“I have been writing a script for Disney, developing it and redeveloping it over the past few years or so, but now that Frozen is about to come out, I’m worried that the Disney audience will disregard my script as ripping off Frozen just because one of the primary plot points centers around the relationship between two sisters.”

I have been writing a script for Disney, developing it and redeveloping it over the past few years or so, but now that Frozen is about to come out, I’m worried that the Disney audience will disregard my script as ripping off Frozen just because one of the primary plot points centers around the relationship between two sisters.”

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  7. ahhyucks reblogged this from waltdisneyconfessions and added:
    bah, it’d be a copy if it had some similar themes and settings. Look at Aladdin and the Thief and the Cobbler, for...
  8. lord-jamess reblogged this from waltdisneyconfessions and added:
    They won’t, everyone loves a sister story
  9. thisismykinggdomcome said: That always sucks. Richard Williams had a similar problem with the million dollar film he worked on for 40 years. Disney ruined it for him since they took tons of things from it for Aladdin and his funding was taken. I’d still read yours.
  10. geekwiththeglasses reblogged this from waltdisneyconfessions and added:
    Hey, no one’s comparing Lilo and Stitch to Frozen, so I think so long as the story is original and the PLOT doesn’t have...
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