Disney Live-Action Remakes in the Works
As we all know the movie industry, is trying to re-write most of our classic childhood movies, by turning them all into Live-Action adaption’s. There is quite a few in the works, and some you may not have known about. Personally I think the movie industry needs to come up with their own ideas, and leave the classics out of their wild remake marathon.
So what movies are being made? Lets take a look shall we!
1963’s Sword in the Stone:
This Disney adaptation of the classic fable chronicles King Arthur’s beginnings. As an orphan child, Arthur who was then known as Wart, wants to help his foster-brother, Kay in becoming a knight. Wart stumbles upon a cabin belonging to Merlin, a talented wizard. Merlin does his best to convince the boy that he is set for greatness, and when Wart and Kay travel to London to attend a jousting event, they learn that Merlin was right all along.
For this movie classic they plan of focusing in on the genie this time as we know in the Disney classic, the genie was voiced by the late Robin Williams. The new adaption is to be named, Genie and is to be a prequel about the story of how the genie came to be inside the lamp.
1961 101 Dalmatians:
I know this movie has already been done in live action but the newest instalment is about the devilish woman herself curella de vil. The movie titled, Cruella will star Emma Stone as the puppy fur loving evil woman.
Mulan is going to be brought to life with her own live action adaption. The movie follows Mulan as she takes her fathers place in war and saves China.
1966 Whinnie the pooh:
A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh was first animated by Disney. Since then,there has been many animated projects which have been released, but a new live-action adaptation is planned, and will feature an adult Christopher Robin visiting his old friends in the Hundred Acre Wood.
Peter Pan’s fairy friend Tinkerbell is getting her very own live-action film, Tink, starring Reese Witherspoon. She’s also popped up in numerous film and TV adaptations, and Julia Roberts even played the fairy in Steven Spielberg’s Hook.