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No. The budgets for the D+ originals are beyond comparison for the Direct To Video Cheapquels. The creative teams are theatre-movie calibre. The expectations of consumers for this to compete with Netflix (whose originals have literally won Oscars) are entirely different than what 90’s consumers expected from straight to video releases. It was a change in WDAS leadership, not in the company’s CEO, that steered us away from direct to video, and Jennifer Lee seems committed to maintaining the course.
Not to mention, there have been literally 0 animated sequels announced ad D+ originals.
Nothing about the production is in any way similar except for the fact that the films aren’t headed to theaters.
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