It is sometimes easy to forget just how far-reaching the popularity of Pixar’s films is – Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., and Cars are the only three films from the animation studio whose foreign grosses were lower than their domestic intakes. Pixar is undoubtedly an international brand that connects with people of all ages, backgrounds, and languages. The studio puts in a significant amount of work to ensure the films connect to diverse audiences – after the break, watch a video that demonstrates this!
Disney released a new video last week, through its Oh My Disney! site, that compares a number of scenes that were altered for local audiences. Ranging from scenes that are absolutely crucial to the plot, to seemingly minute points, we can understand that no stone appears to be left unturned in making a film understandable for all. Films that are used to demonstrate the changes made include Toy Story 3, Ratatouille, Up, Monsters University, and Inside Out.
Watch the video below: