Saturday, 5 June 2021

THE CANCELED YELLOW SUBMARINE WOULD'VE BEEN DONE USING MOTION-CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The canceled Yellow Submarine would've been done using motion-capture technology.
The film would've combined motion-capture technology to create a more modern version of the classic animated film.
 
Yellow Submarine is an animated film from 1968. The film was praised for its rather trippy animation as it came out in the midst of the psychedelic pop culture era of the 1960's. It's very colorful, creative, and contains some bizarre imagery that does a good job at visualizing the musical stylings of The Beatles.
 
The film centers around Pepperland, a joyous, music-loving paradise that becomes overrun by the Blue Meanies, a group of music-hating villains who take all of the color and happiness from Pepperland. 
 
This leads to The Beatles going on a musical journey as they return to Pepperland to defeat the Blue Meanies and bring music back to Pepperland. 
Yellow Submarine features a large soundtrack of music from the band combined with lots of mind-bending imagery.

Yellow Submarine is an animated film whose impact can still be seen today. The film opened to great reviews from both fans and critics and still holds a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes.
 
The remake would have been a collaborative effort between Disney and ImageMovers Digital, a film studio formed by Disney and Robert Zemeckis' ImageMovers Studio. Unfortunately, ImageMovers Digital ended up being a failed project for both Zemeckis and Disney.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Robert Zemeckis directed two popular motion-capture animated films, The Polar Express and Beowulf, before the formation of ImageMovers Digital in 2007. The first film released by ImageMovers Digital was A Christmas Carol, a motion-capture animated version of Charles Dickens' classic novel, starring Jim Carrey as Ebenezer Scrooge. 
 
The film did fairly well at the box office. However, due to it's high production and marketing budget, the film ended up costing Disney $50-$100 million. It also wasn't the biggest hit with critics.

Soon after, Disney announced the closure of ImageMovers Digital in 2010, shortly after finishing up production on Mars Needs Moms. 
Mars Needs Moms ended up being a catastrophic box-office failure, forcing Disney to pull the plug on the other projects involving ImageMovers Digital. These projects included Calling All Robots, The Nutcracker, a sequel to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and the Yellow Submarine remake.
 
A modern remake of Yellow Submarine would be a great way of introducing the music of The Beatles to a younger generation.
 
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