Clearly we think we [also] have a lot of creative talent and we have technology and a lot of things that are available to ... make our movies ... just as successful.
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It's a great way to tell a story.
This was a three-way leap of faith, frankly.
My hunch is big screen.
We were very fortunate that all the movies responded very, very well. Audiences like them and went to see them more than once.
The audience for dramas has always been there in the summer. It was there for us when we opened 'Dead Poets Society.' But it's always been about having the nerve to program dramas into summer. But at least on paper, next summer looks to be more diverse.
We couldn't be more excited about working again with Mel and his team. This is one of the most original and unique scripts we've ever had the opportunity to read recently, and we plan for this to be an anchor of our summer schedule.
I think you guys have the best worldwide distribution.
Chinese cinema has taken the world by storm in recent years. And as China celebrates a hundred years of movie making in 2005, it is a perfect time for Disney to bring its wholesome family entertainment expertise to this rapidly growing market as part of the Walt Disney Company's focus on expanding our presence in China.