Fraser said his own children inspire him when making all-ages films.
"Having kids changes your life,” he said. "My choices in films, I try to make a point to elevate what’s good about having the things you need as a child.”
He said that kids have a sense of when they’re being talked down to by entertainment.
"You’ve got to make it good for them if you can,” he said. "They’ll push the uh-uh button really quick if they don’t buy it.”
Fraser said the development of computer-generated imagery and effects have made virtually any kind of movie possible.
"If you make it up, it can be created,” he said. "You can do ‘Furry Vengeance,’ for example, and we never even touched an animal. We didn’t have to.”
The movie was filmed on the RED Camera, which uses a hard drive; this makes longer takes possible.
"Roger loved saying, ‘Action,’” Fraser said. "He wasn’t big on saying, ‘Cut.’”