Jared Bush, co-writer of Encanto, reveals that a post-credits scene from the animated film was cut because it didn’t fit the mood of the ending.
The writer shared a clip of the funny moment on Twitter, explaining that they decided not to include it because of the “emotion and joy” of the film’s ending, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Encanto’s Jared Bush wrote, “We considered a post-credits joke to end the film, but in the end we felt that going out because of the emotion and joy of the family getting back together was the best choice… but the hilarious @darrinbutters made it alive!!
Jared Bush continued: ‘So here you go! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR WATCHING WITH US!! #ENCANTO (sic)”
Meanwhile, Bush also responded to the news that Enacanto’s song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” has reached the top of the Billboard charts.
This means it’s tied to the classic “Aladdin” “A Whole New World” as the highest grossing Disney animated song ever.
Commenting on an article about the achievement, Jared Bush wrote: “This headline is stunning! Huge congratulations to our incredible cast for their unforgettable performances (literally unforgettable) @Lin_Manuel, Mike Elizondo and our brilliant team of musicians, editors, brilliant musical minds, support staff & ALL AMAZING FANS! (sic)”
Miranda, who composed eight musical numbers for the film, which focuses on a magical Colombian family, opened earlier with the film about his goals.
He said: “I wanted to help get a huge Latino family on screen and widen the doors in my own corner of the world.
“But it’s not some kind of grand academic thesis statement, but keeping promises to your inner child.”
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