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When we’re assessing what impact the tone of this trailer may have on audiences, especially children, we need to take into account how familiar they will be with the character, but also whether the trailer is presented in a way that is likely to challenge audience, particularly parental, expectations.
Disney's trailer for Cruella introduces audiences to the early life of the eponymous Ms. De Vil. Although Cruella is one of Disney’s most iconic villains, audiences have never seen her presented in the way that she is in this new trailer before.
Tone is always a challenging classification issue, especially in trailers where we tend to be a bit more cautious. However, general considerations we always make when it comes to assessing tone is to what extent the material presents a disturbing or unsettling world view, and whether the material is likely to cause anxiety or upset in a viewer. When it comes to our lower age ratings, we’re especially concerned with how younger audiences may react. With this is mind, how would you rate the trailer?
Raya and the Last Dragon
Have a go at rating the latest adventure from Disney Studios. Raya and the Last Dragon follows a young woman called Raya who goes on a quest to seek help from a dragon, after her community is attacked by evil monsters.
Disney's Zootropolis (Rich Moore, Byron Howard, Jared Bush) is set in a fictional city in which animals live in harmony together in the big smoke.