I just read Tangled was the second most expensive movie ever made in history. (The most expensive was Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.) And my question is how?
Okay, it was CGI animated. But dozens of movies have been made that way- it’s not a new technology. And the animation on Tangled didn’t seem significantly different than what I’ve seen before.
And other than that, what? There was no rights to purchase and no major stars in the cast. Disney’s obviously not new to the business - they know how how to organize a animated feature production.
So where did $260,000,000 go?
On an unrelated question, the end credits had scenes from the story as background. But there was one scene of Flynn and Rapunzel meeting a monkey dressed up like a fortune teller who was reading a crystal ball. There was nothing like that in the movie. Was it from some deleted scene?