The House of Mouse Project / 16.05.2020

The one that survived the production from hell. In the midst of its mid-1990s renaissance, Disney's executives felt they'd finally cracked the formula for success with their animation films; take a sweeping love story, add in some comical, scene-stealing supporting characters, and serve it up with several extravagant musical numbers. With films like The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and The Lion King following this recipe, the box office results proved this was the path Disney should continue to follow. As such, when The Lion King director Roger Allers...