|Brenda Chapman Director||previously directed The Prince of Egypt|
|Mark Andrews Director||previously directed One Man Band|
Set in the Scotland of old, the spirited young Princess Merida struggles to break free from her increasingly constricting duties as a daughter of royalty, and becomes determined to take her fate into her own hands.
The Pizza Planet Truck is visible as a toy in the Witch's house.2 More Movie References
6 More Quotes
I am Merida, first born descendant of the clan DunBroch, and I'll be shootin' for my OWN hand!
|Kelly MacDonald||Princess Merida|
|Billy Connolly||King Fergus|
|Emma Thompson||Queen Elinor|
|Julie Walters||Wise Woman|
|Robbie Coltrane||Lord Dingwall|
|Kevin McKidd||Lord MacGuffin|
|Craig Ferguson||Lord Macintosh|
|Peigi Barker||Princess Merida|
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Brave had a troubled production history. Brenda Chapman (Prince of Egypt) was originally the director and spent over a year working on the project. However it was moving to slowly and eventually she was replaced by Mark Andrews (she stayed on a "co-director.") Among the changes Andrews brought were to make the setting take place in the summer. Chapman's vision featured a snowy winter-wonderland type setting where each snow-flake was a Scottish hieroglyph, but that had taken far to long to develop.
Trailer 3: Brave
This extended clip from Brave shows that girls can both be princesses AND perform physical activities well! I never would've guessed!
Trailer 2: Brave
Whale Rider meets Braveheart in this curious-looking next film from Pixar. Oh, and kilt jokes.
Teaser Trailer: Brave
A short glimpse of Pixar's Summer 2012 Scottish-themed film. They probably had to fight Mike Myers off with a stick while making this.
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