Even the best-laid plans often go awry—a saying that’s especially true when it comes to filmmaking. Movies sometimes languish in development hell for years before making it to the big screen, and many more end up canceled somewhere along the way. This holds true even at Disney, where the costs of traditional or computer animation can spell doom for a troubled production.

Some of these projects are revised and finally published, such as The Emperor’s New Groove, which was totally retooled as The Emperor’s New Groove, and The Snow Queen, which was rewritten and subsequently

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