I’m very interested to see what Disney is going to do with its updated take on the Rapunzel fairy tale, and now we get the chance with this sneak peek, sent to us from the company.

As an added bonus, take the jump for a gallery of images from the movie.


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  1. Rapunzel as Medusa (Inhuman’s version). Actually, it looks pretty funny and I have twin neice and nephew that I’ll probably pick up the DVD for when it comes out.

  2. I’m a little disappointed to see the art look very much in the tradition of Shrek and Toy Story. Originally, this was supposed to be a new take on CGI that made it look more like traditionally animated movies.

    But the trailer itself looks great and I will definitely go see it… It’s just a shame about the art.

    • You’re half right… It was supposed to be a super fancy tripped out CGI that *looks* like hand drawn traditional animation, but doesn’t require an infinite number of monkeys with an infinite number of iPads.

    • From what I read, they think that boys didn’t go to The Princess and the Frog because it focused on the Princess, so this time they are swinging the other direction (which is also apparently why they changed the name to Tangled). But maybe a more adorable looking Rapunzel rather than a typical Disney Princess aged one will keep the girls coming to the theatre?

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