"LOLFUQU" you're already typing in the comments section, "wutz rong wiht bean inklusiv?" Nothing! That ain't our beef. It's what happens next. For Tangled, they created a new character, "Flynn Rider" -- a swashbuckling, badass thief who wasn't in the original story. They then based the entire trailer around him.
Rapunzel doesn't even get the backseat. She's riding in the trunk with the lid closed. She only speaks one line at the very end.
Walt Disney Studios
"That's enough outta you."
They also consciously minimized anything that hinted that the film might contain princesses, a bond between sisters, or even songs. This is the non-rhyming story of a man who loves a reindeer, goddamn it, and not a bit more!
Pixar's Brave kept things similarly vague, with another one-word adjective title and a trailer featuring a husky Scotsman making broad statements about duty. Oh, by the way, those are basically Merida's lines at the end of the movie. A man literally has to speak for her to entice the audience into seeing it.
We prefer our dialogue to be spoken directly by an anthropomorphic penis, when possible.