Disney returned to the drawing board after complaining that the black Disney princess Tiana had become brighter in teasers for "Ralph Breaks The Internet".
Afterwards, the study darkened her skin and spread her nose so that she looks like the animated character appeared in 2009, "The Princess and the Frog," reported the Wall Street Journal last week.
In August, the fans discovered that in a scene with other Disney princesses in the Wreck-It Ralph sequel, Tiana's features featured more Eurocentric than in previous promos. Some accused Disney of whitewashing the character.
As a backlight mounted, Disney animators met Anika Noni Rose, who voted Tiana and the black advocate group, Color of Change. The effort led to significant changes in Tiana's appearance when the film was opened on November 21st.
The change color was celebrated Disney's agreement to recreate Tiana as a victory for the black community.
In a statement (by Journal of the Change, wrote:
"Disney's decision to restore Princess Tiana's image to an unapologetic black princess with full lips, dark skin and dark hair in Ralph Break's Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is a victory for Color of Change members, black children and their parents and black audiences who want to see different shades, shapes and sizes of black characters correctly represented in the art. "
And here, Tiana looks much more like Tiana as fans know and love from the latest "Ralph Breaks The Internet" trailer.