Most of us have seen and heard about the new Disney Pixar Brave movie due out in June 2012, but what many of us didn’t know is why the Disney Pixar Brave movie is so important.
Although most people just expect Disney Pixar’s usual great movie, there are some Disney executives who have high expectations for a blockbuster movie and won’t be very happy if they don’t.
Due to a reported major financial loss in the film “John Carter,” which released March 9, 2012, Disney Pixar is looking for a little red-haired teenage heroine to help right this tragic wrong that has not only ruined her bank account, but also shrinking her bank account tarnished Disney Pixar’s good name.
The loss of the John Carter film was approximately $200 million and was one of Disney’s biggest flops (if not the biggest).
That huge loss could be why Rich Ross (head of Disney’s film production studios) resigned just weeks after the new film premiered.
A $200 million loss for the average person really is a lot of money, but for Disney Pixar, $200 million is like pocket change, but most people don’t think it’s “The Reputation” stake.
The reputation of Disney movies has always been excellent and more than polished, but according to John Carter, the Disney name has a blemish, and Disney hopes the new movie Brave will not only recoup some of that lost money, but some of that lost money as well movie fans.
I personally think Disney will be fine and the new movie Brave will be a blockbuster worldwide. I also believe that the Brave movie will prove to be one of Disney Pixar’s best movies.
The way I see it, in the film, Merida (the star) will not only save the kingdom, but also shoot down the financial demon bear that hovers over Disney’s good name.
Disney Pixar’s Brave will be the best Disney movie of 2012 and possibly one of their best movies of all time.
It’s hard to say if Merida can actually defeat the demon bear in the movie, but if she can and she gets viewers to the box office, then this short, long curly-haired, red-haired teenage girl will not only be known as the heroine of the Brave movie, but also the heroine who saved Disney face in the real world.