, Will Smith clearing the path.jpg
Looks like some good pictures, at least originally. The colouring is limited enough (Yes, that's a good thing in this case) that I could remove most of the watermarks in Paint, but if I were to separate the drawings, they'd be 250x300 at most.
>Sword-fighting IS a cool one that kids' cartoons tend to steer clear of. ...Thinking on the "kids shouldn't be encouraged to use weapons" side, I find myself doubting whether or not they'll include it at all, even as a sport...
Borrowing from Disney's Peter Pan, last winter's Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy movie clearly got away with high-stakes pirate-style sword fencing as a part of the climax fight. So there is a pretty recent precedent for sword-fighting in childrens' animation.
>Anywho, the first trailer did say it was 'in production', and that does mean the voices aren't necessarily final.
Ah, that's right.
>You just need a basic track to do the dialogues; intonations and acting and such isn't required until the final cut.
While I have seen many changes in lines (and sometimes voice actors) between a trailer and a release; Many 00's Norwegian trailers for Dreamworks movies featured jokes and blurbs that weren't in the movies, I do have yet to witness any trailer that used training recitings or clearly unfinished recitement instructions.