“Encanto” co-writer Jared Bush recently revealed that the animated movie had a post-credits scene that was ultimately scrapped because it didn’t fit the mood of the ending. The writer shared the scrapped clip of the cute moment on Twitter explaining why they decided not to put it in the end as it didn’t match the film’s ending with “emotion and joy”, as reported by femalefirst.
He wrote: “We considered an after credit joke to end the movie, but ultimately felt going out on the emotion and joy of the family coming back together was the way to go… but the hilarious @darrinbutters animated it!!
“So here you go! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR WATCHING WITH US!! #ENCANTO (sic)”
Check Out His Tweet Revealing The Scrapped Encanto Post-Credit Scene:
Meanwhile, Bush also responded to news that Encanto’s song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” has hit the top of the Billboard charts. This means it’s tied with “Aladdin” classic “A Whole New World” as the highest-charting Disney animated song ever.
Replying to an article about the achievement, he wrote: “This headline is overwhelming! Huge congrats 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 OF YOU AMAZING FANS! (sic)”
Watch Encanto’s Song We Don’t Talk About Bruno Here:
Miranda, who composed eight musical numbers for the film, which centres on a magical Colombian family, previously opened up about his goals with Encanto.
He said: “I wanted to help put a huge Latino family on screen and to widen the doors in my own corner of the world.
“But it’s not some kind of grand academic thesis statement as much as it is keeping promises to your inner child.”Instagram & Facebook to keep yourself updated with the latest news and reviews.