12 Disney Live Action Remakes Poised for Box Office Magic

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PowerPoint Presentation Text Text 12 Disney Live-Action Remakes Poised for Box Office Magic Image source: Disney. Beauty and the Beast Disney's Beauty and the Beast remake opens March 17, 2017 and has a good chance of being one of next year's biggest films. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Mulan Disney's live-action update on its 1998 film Mulan is set to hit theaters on November 2, 2018. Look for the film to do huge numbers in China. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The Little Mermaid A remake of The Little Mermaid is in the works. Broadway star Lin-Manuel Miranda will write songs for the project, and the film is likely to be a huge hit. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The Lion King Disney is developing a remake of one of the biggest animated hits of all time, The Lion King. John Favreau, who helmed the company's hugely successful remake of The Jungle Book, is set to direct. The film will use real-world settings and computer-generated characters. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Dumbo Tim Burton is attached to direct the live-action re-imagining of Disney's 1941 animated classic Dumbo. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Rose Red Disney is going the unconventional route with its new take on Snow White. The movie will follow Snow White's sister Rose Red as she works with the seven dwarfs to free her sibling from the clutches of a curse. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Aladdin Director Guy Ritchie is signed on to helm Disney's updated take on Aladdin. A spin-off film built around the Genie character originally voiced by Robin Williams is also in the works. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Peter Pan There's been no shortage of movies about Peter Pan over the years, but Disney is working on its own updated take. The House of Mouse is also developing a separate movie around the Tinker Bell character. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Cruella Cruella de Ville, the villain of 101 Dalmatians, is getting the Maleficent treatment. Actress Emma Stone is signed on to star as the devilish fashion mogul in Cruella. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The Sword and the Stone Disney is working on a live-action remake of its take on the classic King Arthur story, The Sword and the Stone. The script is being penned by Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Pinocchio Not much is known about Disney's upcoming Pinocchio remake, but Time Warner is working with Robert Downey Jr. on its own live-action take on the Pinocchio story – so there could be some competition between the two projects. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Winnie the Pooh Disney's upcoming live-action Winnie the Pooh is probably the least likely film on this list to put up big box office numbers, but the well-loved characters could still deliver a hit if the project's budget is kept in check. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The next billion-dollar iSecret  The world's biggest tech company forgot to show you something at its recent event, but a few Wall Street analysts and the Fool didn't miss a beat: There's a small company that's powering their brand-new gadgets and the coming revolution in technology. And we think its stock price has nearly unlimited room to run for early-in-the-know investors! To be one of them, just click here.
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PowerPoint Presentation Text Text 12 Disney Live-Action Remakes Poised for Box Office Magic Image source: Disney. Beauty and the Beast Disney's Beauty and the Beast remake opens March 17, 2017 and has a good chance of being one of next year's biggest films. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Mulan Disney's live-action update on its 1998 film Mulan is set to hit theaters on November 2, 2018. Look for the film to do huge numbers in China. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The Little Mermaid A remake of The Little Mermaid is in the works. Broadway star Lin-Manuel Miranda will write songs for the project, and the film is likely to be a huge hit. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The Lion King Disney is developing a remake of one of the biggest animated hits of all time, The Lion King. John Favreau, who helmed the company's hugely successful remake of The Jungle Book, is set to direct. The film will use real-world settings and computer-generated characters. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Dumbo Tim Burton is attached to direct the live-action re-imagining of Disney's 1941 animated classic Dumbo. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Rose Red Disney is going the unconventional route with its new take on Snow White. The movie will follow Snow White's sister Rose Red as she works with the seven dwarfs to free her sibling from the clutches of a curse. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Aladdin Director Guy Ritchie is signed on to helm Disney's updated take on Aladdin. A spin-off film built around the Genie character originally voiced by Robin Williams is also in the works. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Peter Pan There's been no shortage of movies about Peter Pan over the years, but Disney is working on its own updated take. The House of Mouse is also developing a separate movie around the Tinker Bell character. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Cruella Cruella de Ville, the villain of 101 Dalmatians, is getting the Maleficent treatment. Actress Emma Stone is signed on to star as the devilish fashion mogul in Cruella. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The Sword and the Stone Disney is working on a live-action remake of its take on the classic King Arthur story, The Sword and the Stone. The script is being penned by Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Pinocchio Not much is known about Disney's upcoming Pinocchio remake, but Time Warner is working with Robert Downey Jr. on its own live-action take on the Pinocchio story – so there could be some competition between the two projects. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 Winnie the Pooh Disney's upcoming live-action Winnie the Pooh is probably the least likely film on this list to put up big box office numbers, but the well-loved characters could still deliver a hit if the project's budget is kept in check. Image source: Disney. Infographic source: LTC Commission report pg 23 The next billion-dollar iSecret  The world's biggest tech company forgot to show you something at its recent event, but a few Wall Street analysts and the Fool didn't miss a beat: There's a small company that's powering their brand-new gadgets and the coming revolution in technology. And we think its stock price has nearly unlimited room to run for early-in-the-know investors! To be one of them, just click here.
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