‘Disney have forgotten their target audience’ | Paula London hits out at Lightyear

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‘Disney have forgotten who their target audience are.’

Paula London criticises the new film, Lightyear, saying Disney has ‘waded into politics’ and the film has ‘bombed’ as a result.

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