WORLD WIDE WEB
Given Disney’s global reach, it was vital that the internet’s characters – the Netizens – reflected different cultures. “We wanted it to feel like there was Asia and Europe and South America all represented in that world,” Spencer explains. To nail that authenticity, “We went to every market and we got brands from every country, so it wouldn’t feel like it was just the internet for either North America or English-speaking countries.”
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