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  1. D23, the Official Disney Fan Club, have recently published the Winter 2018 issue of their Disney Twenty Three magazine. Therein is a special Kingdom Hearts III feature, including enlightening comments by director Tetsuya Nomura, as well as the Disney and Pixar representatives who have worked with Square Enix on the game! The magazine is exclusive to D23 Gold Members. Fansite Kingdom Hearts Destiny have published the feature in its entirety in French on their website. Thanks to this, we have paraphrased the interesting comments around the production of the new Disney and Pixar worlds in Kingdom Hearts III. You can read them below. Jason Katz, Story Supervisor at Pixar Animation Studios, had never played a Kingdom Hearts game when he was first approached to work with Square Enix on Kingdom Hearts III. It was Tasha Sounart (Associate Creative Director for Disney Theme Parks and now Kingdom Hearts III consultant) who introduced it to him. Katz didn't comprehend the popularity of the series when he first worked on it - this was until he saw the fans' extreme reactions of appreciation at KH3's D23 Expo 2017 presentation. The feature also recalled series director Tetsuya Nomura's comment about how it has been his heartfelt wish for a long time to have Pixar worlds in Kingdom Hearts. Katz said that the collaboration between Square Enix and Pixar went wonderfully, and that Square Enix perfectly delivered Pixar's stories. He said that Pixar nudged them in the right direction and guided them where appropriate. Sounart said that Pixar were involved at every stage: scripts; storyboards, scenes, and character design. She is proud of the collaboration and commented, "You have never seen Pixar like this." As the heart of Toy Story is Nostalgia, Katz said that they were really interested in the Square Enix development team sharing with them the memories of their childhood toys. In regards to the Infinity Badge Keyblade, this was also a collaboration between Pixar and Square Enix to capture the essence of the Toy Story movies. Sounart explained that they really wanted to reflect Buzz and Woody in the design, describing how items like the sheriff badge and rocket form a perfect design. One thing the Pixar team wanted from the beginning was the alien toy as the Keyring. The Pixar team thought meticulously about where the Kingdom Hearts III arc would canonically fit into the Toy Story timeline to ensure continuity. A question they had to answer to fans and to themselves was, "Why did no Toy Story character mention Sora's encounter in the movies?" Katz went as far as to have many exchanges where he stressed the importance of the two types of wallpaper you can see in Andy's Room in the series: the cloud wallpaper in his old house in the first movie, and the stars wallpaper in his new room after his family moves into their new home. As Kingdom Hearts III takes place between Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 while Andy is still young (although it was originally meant to take place right after the first movie before that idea was scrapped), Katz said the stars wallpaper in the game was non-negotiable: "It's nerdy, but it's very important for us." Pixar is known to include many Easter Eggs in their movies, and Kingdom Hearts III is no exception. Sounart said, "Keep an eye on the Pizza Planet truck!" In regards to Monsters, Inc., Sounart said that most monsters do not have a nose, so Sora in his monster design, doesn't either. Sully is one of the few monsters to have a nose. There were many other details to consider, such as how would Sora, Donald, and Goofy's clothes be incorporated into the world. Their final designs was another perfect amalgamation between Kingdom Hearts and Monsters, Inc.. Unlike Toy Box with Galaxy Toys, the Kingdom Hearts III world of Monstropolis showcases a location from the movies, the Monsters, Inc. factory. Katz pointed out that in the movies, we really only see the floor dedicated to fear, the hall of doors, and the main entrance. In Kingdom Hearts III, there will be an opportunity to see what the lower level looks like and what is behind the door hangar. Peter Del Vecho, producer of Frozen, said that due to the movie's popularity and huge fanbase, it was only natural for it to meet Kingdom Hearts. Del Vecho said that Square Enix did not only want to make a great game, but they also wanted to make Pixar proud of it. Square Enix was determined to adapt the Disney phenomenon that is Frozen into a Kingdom Hearts world from the very beginning. Del Vecho was impressed in their desire to get fully immersed in the process with supervising animations, editing, and even camera movements. Del Vecho's team was amazed at their correspondence in regards to the animation. Del Vecho said that there are many Frozen fans that wanted to continue the adventure in the movies, and now they will have the opportunity to take it home with them and create their own story. As Elsa interacts with Kingdom Hearts III characters that were not in the movie during her emotional journey, Del Vecho would like fans to thus take part in a new storyline by playing Kingdom Hearts III. Katz said that the more he lives the Kingdom Hearts franchise, the more he appreciates how fans have welcomed its characters. Because of this, he feels lucky to be able to bring Kingdom Hearts III's art to life. He finds it incredible that he got to play a small role in a series that so many people have been playing their whole life. A similar feeling about Kingdom Hearts' longevity is shared by Nomura himself, who commented, "I feel the love of Kingdom Hearts fans. But, over time, I gained the impression that more and more members of the team were fans of Kingdom Hearts before even joining the team. It's wonderful to know that we have people who loved the series [from before] on the development team." The feature concludes by remarking that as Kingdom Hearts' fan base is so important that even the creators are fans, it must be something special, and that, ultimately, that is the same message shared by the Disney stories; as per Nomura's words, there is "a kindness in these Disney stories that resonates with everyone. " You can read more statements made by Tasha Sounart and Jason Katz on working on Kingdom Hearts III here.
  2. D23, the Official Disney Fan Club, have recently published the Winter 2018 issue of their Disney Twenty Three magazine. Therein is a special Kingdom Hearts III feature, including enlightening comments by director Tetsuya Nomura, as well as the Disney and Pixar representatives who have worked with Square Enix on the game! The magazine is exclusive to D23 Gold Members. Fansite Kingdom Hearts Destiny have published the feature in its entirety in French on their website. Thanks to this, we have paraphrased the interesting comments around the production of the new Disney and Pixar worlds in Kingdom Hearts III. You can read them below. Jason Katz, Story Supervisor at Pixar Animation Studios, had never played a Kingdom Hearts game when he was first approached to work with Square Enix on Kingdom Hearts III. It was Tasha Sounart (Associate Creative Director for Disney Theme Parks and now Kingdom Hearts III consultant) who introduced it to him. Katz didn't comprehend the popularity of the series when he first worked on it - this was until he saw the fans' extreme reactions of appreciation at KH3's D23 Expo 2017 presentation. The feature also recalled series director Tetsuya Nomura's comment about how it has been his heartfelt wish for a long time to have Pixar worlds in Kingdom Hearts. Katz said that the collaboration between Square Enix and Pixar went wonderfully, and that Square Enix perfectly delivered Pixar's stories. He said that Pixar nudged them in the right direction and guided them where appropriate. Sounart said that Pixar were involved at every stage: scripts; storyboards, scenes, and character design. She is proud of the collaboration and commented, "You have never seen Pixar like this." As the heart of Toy Story is Nostalgia, Katz said that they were really interested in the Square Enix development team sharing with them the memories of their childhood toys. In regards to the Infinity Badge Keyblade, this was also a collaboration between Pixar and Square Enix to capture the essence of the Toy Story movies. Sounart explained that they really wanted to reflect Buzz and Woody in the design, describing how items like the sheriff badge and rocket form a perfect design. One thing the Pixar team wanted from the beginning was the alien toy as the Keyring. The Pixar team thought meticulously about where the Kingdom Hearts III arc would canonically fit into the Toy Story timeline to ensure continuity. A question they had to answer to fans and to themselves was, "Why did no Toy Story character mention Sora's encounter in the movies?" Katz went as far as to have many exchanges where he stressed the importance of the two types of wallpaper you can see in Andy's Room in the series: the cloud wallpaper in his old house in the first movie, and the stars wallpaper in his new room after his family moves into their new home. As Kingdom Hearts III takes place between Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 while Andy is still young (although it was originally meant to take place right after the first movie before that idea was scrapped), Katz said the stars wallpaper in the game was non-negotiable: "It's nerdy, but it's very important for us." Pixar is known to include many Easter Eggs in their movies, and Kingdom Hearts III is no exception. Sounart said, "Keep an eye on the Pizza Planet truck!" In regards to Monsters, Inc., Sounart said that most monsters do not have a nose, so Sora in his monster design, doesn't either. Sully is one of the few monsters to have a nose. There were many other details to consider, such as how would Sora, Donald, and Goofy's clothes be incorporated into the world. Their final designs was another perfect amalgamation between Kingdom Hearts and Monsters, Inc.. Unlike Toy Box with Galaxy Toys, the Kingdom Hearts III world of Monstropolis showcases a location from the movies, the Monsters, Inc. factory. Katz pointed out that in the movies, we really only see the floor dedicated to fear, the hall of doors, and the main entrance. In Kingdom Hearts III, there will be an opportunity to see what the lower level looks like and what is behind the door hangar. Peter Del Vecho, producer of Frozen, said that due to the movie's popularity and huge fanbase, it was only natural for it to meet Kingdom Hearts. Del Vecho said that Square Enix did not only want to make a great game, but they also wanted to make Pixar proud of it. Square Enix was determined to adapt the Disney phenomenon that is Frozen into a Kingdom Hearts world from the very beginning. Del Vecho was impressed in their desire to get fully immersed in the process with supervising animations, editing, and even camera movements. Del Vecho's team was amazed at their correspondence in regards to the animation. Del Vecho said that there are many Frozen fans that wanted to continue the adventure in the movies, and now they will have the opportunity to take it home with them and create their own story. As Elsa interacts with Kingdom Hearts III characters that were not in the movie during her emotional journey, Del Vecho would like fans to thus take part in a new storyline by playing Kingdom Hearts III. Katz said that the more he lives the Kingdom Hearts franchise, the more he appreciates how fans have welcomed its characters. Because of this, he feels lucky to be able to bring Kingdom Hearts III's art to life. He finds it incredible that he got to play a small role in a series that so many people have been playing their whole life. A similar feeling about Kingdom Hearts' longevity is shared by Nomura himself, who commented, "I feel the love of Kingdom Hearts fans. But, over time, I gained the impression that more and more members of the team were fans of Kingdom Hearts before even joining the team. It's wonderful to know that we have people who loved the series [from before] on the development team." The feature concludes by remarking that as Kingdom Hearts' fan base is so important that even the creators are fans, it must be something special, and that, ultimately, that is the same message shared by the Disney stories; as per Nomura's words, there is "a kindness in these Disney stories that resonates with everyone. " You can read more statements made by Tasha Sounart and Jason Katz on working on Kingdom Hearts III here. View full article
  3. Iman Nazeerudin

    Dead Heat

    Self explanatory.

    © Fanmade Keyblade design by me @ExusiaSword

  4. Hey everyone how's it going, so not too long ago we received two KH3 trailers and one of them just happened to be the official reveal of Monsters Inc. as a world in Kingdom Hearts 3. While the trailer was very good, the only problem was that it wasn't in english, so I've went ahead and created an english version of the trailer. However, unlike the one that someone else on Youtube made for the Toy Story one, which they recorded themselves, this one uses lines from other games and films in order to sound more accurate. Keep in mind that english here is only meant to give an impression of what an english trailer may sound like and isn't actually attempting to match the dialog seen in the subtitles. Anyways, with all that out of the way here's the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCiTzRqVNuo
  5. Syndrome and E for me. Syndrome is a pretty unique villain and I love E's sass.
  6. What other Pixar world would you like to see in Kingdom Hearts III?
  7. So I'm going to assume if you're reading this you've seen the new KH3 trailer(If you haven't go do that now). So we now know that Pixar worlds can be in future Kingdom Hearts installments! It's definitely going to be fun exploring some classic worlds, however there's another benefit you might not know of. In the future, environments from Pixar movies could be taken and put straight into Kingdom Hearts! How would this possible? Pixar is a leader in technology for the animation industry, and one new piece of technology they've developed is Universal Scene Description. So what is USD? It's an open source file format for moving scenes between different 3D programs, since right now every program has its own format on how data is stored. So how does this relate to Kingdom Hearts? KH3 is being developed with Unreal Engine 4, and back in May Epic Games revealed that they are working on USD support for Unreal Engine. As a demo at GDC they showed off a scene from Finding Dory running in real time in Unreal 4. https://youtu.be/K6tRt7c2elU?t=1h8m25s So in the future it's possible we could play KH worlds with environments ripped straight out of the movies! Obviously these would have to be changed a bit to suit gameplay and such, however the potential still has me excited , regardless of how far off KH4 or whatever comes next is.
  8. As Kingdom Hearts fans, we're all excited for D23 because of the new trailer that's going to drop, however, I feel as though we should we should have a discussion about the upcoming announcements from Disney Animation and Pixar, because that's always my highlight for D23. I did this topic in 2015, and I'll do it today. So without further ado, here's what to expect for Disney Animation and Pixar. Disney Animation Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (2018) Frozen 2 (2019) Gigantic (2020) Pixar Coco (2017) The Incredibles 2 (2018) Toy Story 4 (TBC) Og course, there's surprises, and some movies may have a date change (I swear to god if Gigantic gets delayed further...), but here's the overall lineup. What are thoughts, and what are you excited for?
  9. SoraDaxjer28

    Now Don Rickles, too..... ='(

    It is official. Don Rickles passed away yesterday at the age of 90. Rest. In. Peace. Now that he is gone, and there is the possibility of Square-Enix including Disney-Pixar's "'Toy Story (1995)'" in "'KINGDOM HEARTS III'",.... ...Would it feel the same without him? I honestly do not know. What do you think?
  10. Joy Liberatore

    How excited are you for Cars 3?

    How excited are you for Cars 3? Never been a huge fan of the Cars franchise, but whoa. Looks like it'll be taking a much more serious route than I thought. Should be interesting! I wonder if the story will be a "recovery" story about McQueen getting over his injuries... Might open up some interesting topics of discussion for animated films!
  11. RikuFangirl2008

    Cars 3 Official Teaser Trailer

    Something dark is brewing....
  12. Game Designer Square Enix August 2014 - June 2015 (11 months) | Osaka, Osaka, Japan "Kingdom Hearts III" (PS4, Xbox One) Development (10 Months ) Original-level planning, documentation and execution for 2 Worlds INCLUDING enemy, Item, secrets and event Management. Mockup Creation of 3 Worlds INCLUDING temporary Asset Creation. Game idea planning and documentation. Game Check and balance. Enemy planning and documentation. Gummi Ship system planning and documentation. Multiplayer planning and documentation. Attraction Flow planning and documentation. Main Scenario planning for 2 Worlds. Various in-Game dialogue writing. Translation and Interpretation of Contact Between Involved English and Japanese parties INCLUDING Disney and Pixar. Publicity video Recording and editing. Communication with Outsourced companies. Holding Meetings with Disney and Pixar. Team Management, Meeting Management and Proceeding Recordings. I know that this is an old news post, however, I feel as though it still has relevance. Firstly, the 2.9 game turned out to be 2.8 (containing Dream Drop Distance HD, 0.2 Birth by Sleep - A Fragmentary Passage and X Back Cover), but more importantly, there's a lot of things to understand with regards to how Kingdom Hearts III is forming. First off, it seems as though that Square Enix are communicating far more frequently with Disney with regards to Kingdom Hearts III (and rightly so seeing as it is a mainline game). This goes to show that the promotion and publicity is a joint effort with Square Enix and Disney with regards to Kingdom Hearts III. 2.8 on the other hand isn't as scheduled and corporately monitored by Disney (as most of the elements of that game is original content with no new Disney properties introduced). Secondly, I'd like to point out the phrase "In-game dialogue writing". A lot of people assumed that those were either grunts or cut scenes, but now that we know that Aqua is able to talk during game play in 0.2, I feel as though that's what in game dialogue is referring too. There was also the question of NPC's in a world. I have a good feeling that we will finally have NPC interaction as X Back Cover showed a crowd of player characters in a cut scene. That's not my strongest point to prove NPC interaction for Kingdom Hearts III, sure, but it ties in with the "in game dialogue" possibilities, for example, Sora talking to a citizen in San Fransokyo. Finally, and here's the big kicker. Pixar. Now, for people who don't know what does on with Disney behind the scenes of their animated movies, During 2006, Disney CEO Bob Iger bought Pixar to be a Disney subsidiary, and as a result, Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter was the creative boss of Disney Animation (the Disney studio that has the movies featured in Kingdom Hearts). So, when it comes to Disney Animation movies from 2008 onwards (starting from Bolt), it's inevitable that Square Enix would have to contact this head honcho. Through sweet talk and mutual appreciation of each others work, Nomura could have convinced Disney to add Pixar in Kingdom Hearts III. So, what's everyone's thoughts on the conclusions that I've made?
  13. Speed Orientated Summons Adult Bambi Bolt Mary Poppins Elasta Girl Dash Fear Disgust Power Orientated Summons Simba EVE Sargent Calhoun Mr. Incredible Jack Jack Anger Magic Orientated Summons Genie Mama Odie Olaf Nemo Violet Joy Sadness
  14. Is there anything in The Art of The Good Dinosaur Book, or any other The Good Dinosaur related book for that matter that would have detailed anything related to Bob Peterson's original version? And if so, could anyone please share that information here? I have been collecting any info that I can find concerning this original version and have already collected quite a few pieces of concept art and other information revealed through toys. I also have some info from the Art of Book, which also depicts a young yellow parasaurolophus alongside the other dinosaurs revealed in the article. I name her Lucy because she has no official name, and it seems to fit the same kind of names that the other three (four counting Vivian, another young ankylosaurus that you can get as a toy that comes with a little critter, look her up) cut dinsoaurs. I'd be happy to share any info with anyone who is interested [smile] I can even email to you across OneDrive/Google Drive if anyone wishes to see it all.
  15. Apparently, this is the schedule for D23’s Disney Animation release calendar… Walt Disney Animation Studios: Zootopia - March 04, 2016 Moana - November 23, 2016 Gigantic - March 09, 2018 Frozen 2 - TBC Wreck-It Ralph 2 - TBC PIXAR: The Good Dinosaur - November 25, 2015 Finding Dory - June 17, 2016 Toy Story 4 - May 16th, 2017 Coco - November 22, 2017 The Incredibles 2 - June 15, 2018 Cars 3 - 2019 Disneytoon Studios: Untitled Magic and Monsters - 2017 Untitled Magic and Monsters 2 - 2019 Tinker Bell and the Unknown Season - 2020 Home Releases: Aladdin: Diamond Edition - October 06, 2015 Pinocchio: Diamond Edition - Spring 2016 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Ultra Collection - Fall 2016
  16. Tetsuya Nomura "Of course, Disney Interactive and Square Enix [are the] publisher. They’re combining their forces to bring Kingdom Hearts. So, the other associated companies under Disney [are] not something that is as simple as us consulting with Disney Interactive. So, unfortunately, the lineup is kind of considered as different". With the possibilities of all the different Disney worlds that could appear in Kingdom Hearts 3, this statement satisfies and scare me at the same damn time. Why you wonder? simple, one word, Pixar. Of course, Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar are under the Walt Disney umbrella way before Marvel and Star Wars, however, Pixar has been expressed to be its own separate studio with no direct association with Walt Disney Animation Studio. They do not help each other at all whatsoever with their respective movies. This was agreed upon to distinguish both of these different studios in Disney. Now, it is not all doom and gloom, and you know why? one person: John Lasseter. Now you're wondering, what's so special about him? Oh, for people who do not know, you're going to be surprised... John Lasseter is the animation boss for Pixar when it first started and became the animation boss for Walt Disney Animation Studios after Disney outright purchased Pixar. Okay, that may not be much but let me tell you his legacy: he is the director and creator of Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and A Bugs Life. Now, away from the tangent and back to the main topic at hand, in layman terms... Pixar will be accepted in Kingdom Hearts 3 if John Lasseter accepts Pixar properties in Kingdom Hearts 3. So, do you think that John Lasseter sees the magic of Pixar in kingdom Hearts 3 and allows Square Enix and Disney to implement it?
  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDf7uX5-9Q0 Here's the truth. Trust me, it's more surprising and respectable than you initially may have believed.
  18. Hey guys we recently just finished Episode 2 of the Kingdomcast its up and now available on iTunes, Android and If you have a computer we even have an RSS Feed. To Subscribe on iTunes/Iphone/Ipad/Itouch/Ipod - iTunes To Subscribe on Android - Android To Subscribe via RSS or Email(if you don't have a cellular device) - RSS , Email To watch the Youtube Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyHHBF7JqPA Description of Episode 2 - In this episode we talk about the recently announced Kingdom Hearts 2.8 and Also the news given out about Kingdom hearts 3 in Tetsuya Nomura’s most recent interview! Noel and Jason also discuss various topics including the KH battle system and how its evolved and What disney / pixar worlds may or may not appear in KH3. In addition we have returning members such as Aaron from Episode 1 and new members including Aliahsan, Gilbert, NB, and Holo Fantasy!. Wanna be a part of the next KingdomCast Episode? Its simple just message either Jason(Masterfreakse) or Noel(Noel Hearts) on KH13.com. Alternatively you can Message me or noel on our respective twitters. Jason(@thedailyhype1) Noel(@NoelSenpai) or even at @Kingdomcast13. We hope to hear from and hope you enjoy being a part of the community!
  19. IwasBornAsVentus

    Anyone going to the D23 Expo in Anaheim

    Is anyone on this site going to the D23 Expo in Anaheim on August 14-16?. This will be my first expo Im going to in USA and the first time Im going to California so Im really excited but Im wondering if anyone else is going to the expo I would be cool to meet a kh13 member. There is going to be so much awesome content at the expo this year even more so than the 2013 expo. New footage of The Good Dinosaur, Finding Dory, Zootopia and Moana plus a lot of surprises from the Disney team. Disney Infinity and of course the anticipated Kingdom hearts 3 is going to be there. But that's not enough If you love A Goofy Movie then you're in luck cause there is going to be a special celebration for the 20th anniversary of the film with the cast and crew talking behind the scenes from the film. And Aladdin is also going to have it's own celebration of the making of a classic. One of the greatest animators Andreas Deja is going to be at the expo. He is most known for animating Scar, Gaston, Lilo, Hercules and Jafar. If I get to interview him Im gonna explode he is such a great artist. Once Upon A Time is going to be at the expo with the stars of Lana Parilla and Ginnifer Goodwin signing for autographs. I have watched OUAT ever since 2012 and I am a fan of OUAT. There is of course going to be more fun and exciting things that is going to show up at the expo you can look it up on their site https://d23.com/d23-expo/. As you can see Im really excited for this expo I hope I meet new friends and have a great time. But as I said at the top of this topic is anyone on kh13 going to the D23 Expo next month?.
  20. IwasBornAsVentus

    How do you feel for Inside Out

    So how do you feel over Pixar's new film Inside Out coming this summer. Well there won't be any Disney classic film this year instead we get two Pixar films Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur. I am kinda excited for Inside Out but Im not to hyped because I don't want to be dissapointed after that Cars 2 and Brave. I have some flaws so far with a character that is going to play a big part in the film. Riley so far seems like a modern Merida not appearance wise but in personality but you can't really blame Riley that would haft to go to Anger and Disgust since Riley seems more like she will be controlled like a robot. But not all preteens behave like Riley does having such an attitude against her parents like that for no reason I actually had hoped that Riley would be a likable protagonist but so far she seems like a new Merida. But maybe my thought will change as we get closer to the film's release I hope. But that's my opinion. Are you excited for Inside Out
  21. This seems to be good but the cast is probably going to make this movie even better. Amy Poehler aaah!