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Aladdin live action movie | May 24 2019 | Disney | Guy Ritchie probably confirmed as director at this point

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I think March or November 2019 is more likely than 2018,

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Is there really any doubt RDJ is their #1 choice to play the Genie?

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2 minutes ago, filmlover said:

Is there really any doubt RDJ is their #1 choice to play the Genie?

 

 

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Just now, franfar said:

 

 

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Given his connections to both Disney (Marvel) and Ritchie (the Sherlock Holmes movies).

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1 minute ago, franfar said:

 

 

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Guy Ritchie's the director? I dunno, I don't really get it either. Truth be told, I'm not sure if anyone else can play the genie outside of Williams.

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37 minutes ago, filmlover said:

Is there really any doubt RDJ is their #1 choice to play the Genie?

Yes.

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I'd prefer the approach of the stage musical and Howard Ashman's original idea of having the Genie be more of a Fats Waller and Cab Calloway showman, maybe Jamie Foxx or John Legend would be interesting. 

 

A live action Hunchback would be cool but it would need to be similar to the stage version which is a lot closer to the book and thus much darker and more tragic than the 1996 film 

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Disney will burn through the classic animated top guns  faster than I thought and will soon start scrapping the bottom of the barrel soon. I am pretty sure  Frozen and Moana live action films are already in development.

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On 7/19/2015 at 10:37 AM, Spaghetti by the Sea said:

So here is a list of the non-package WDAS films that haven't had live action reboots this century. The list excludes films in development and films by other studios with the same story.

 

Pinocchio

Bambi

Lady and the Tramp

The Sword in the Stone

The Aristocats

Robin Hood

The Rescuers

The Fox & The Hound

The Black Cauldron

The Great Mouse Detective

Oliver & Company

The Lion King

Pocahontas

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Everything from the 2000s

 

That's half of Disney's library left. Only four of these films were made before 1970.

Nightmare Before Christmas?

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2 minutes ago, robertman2 said:

Nightmare Before Christmas?

 

Was not made by WDAS.

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1 minute ago, robertman2 said:

Oh never mind then. Kingdom Hearts confused me about that

 

It wasn't even released under the Disney brand.

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19 hours ago, RandomJC said:

 

Was not made by WDAS.

 

But it's owned by Disney, it's incorporated into their amusement parks and all. 

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21 minutes ago, Joel M said:

 

But it's owned by Disney, it's incorporated into their amusement parks and all. 

 

Still wasn't made by WDAS. Toy Story is owned by Disney and in their amusement parks, doesn't make it a WDAS made film.

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that's no a bad choice if it happens. obviously the worst thing to do would be to get a guy who's doing a robin williams kinda thing because it's just not gonna compare. will smith is real charismatic and fun in a different enough way.

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