Former Blue Sky employees reveal pushback from Disney over same-sex kiss in shelved Nimona film

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Former Blue Sky employees have revealed that Disney censored the LGBTQ+ animated feature, Nimona. Blue Sky Studios, which was known for their Ice Age franchise and Rio films, unceremoniously shut down in 2021.

The decision was made two years after Disney’s highly publicised acquisition of 20th Century Fox. Unfortunately, along with Blue Sky’s closure production on the LGBTQ+ led film, Ninoma was also shut down.

The movie, which was based on the webcomic by ND Stevenson, was set to follow the shapeshifting titular character and their adventures with Ballister Blackheart – a former knight for the insidious Institution.

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