It's time to ask how different it can be done, rather than asking how much it can be kept.
In Thanksgiving, Disney heard the voice of a lion on the internet, with the teaser's release for his revitalization. Lion King. Already the teaser, the first behind the records as the second most viewed trailer broke in the images Avengers: Infinity War trailer. Director Jon Favreau has found previous success in the Disney world. Forest Book (2016) grossed $ 966.6 million worldwide. There is no doubt that for a player with Donald Glover and Beyonce they will see a mixture of nostalgia and enthusiasm. Lion King It's a big hit when it opens in the summer of 2019. Disney struck gold again by repeating animated classics. With Dumbo, Aladdin, Lady and Bum, and Lion King hit next year, and Mulan Currently, the production and production for the 2020 version, the studio giant does not slow down this train soon.
But the piece that emerged from the Magic Kingdom was largely without bending and turning. For teaser Lion King It allowed us to shoot in the filming of the original animated film. As a trial, it's great. But as a feature-length project? Lion King We have to do more than give a photo-realistic recreation of a movie that we have. Favreau turns his arm around a little bit, and the voice actors definitely give their own feel to the film. Lion King If he hopes to be one of the few Disney remake to get out of the shadow of the original, he'll have to do a lot. In the first decade of Disney's first decade and re-adaptation, Alice in Wonderland (2010) So far, it's time to think about what their models actually offer: Magic or just memory?
The remake and re-adaptations in other genres and other studios often fail to make traction at the box office when they are panicked because they are unnecessary.A star was born Although this year's remarkable exception is, Disney usually wins a pass. We do not hesitate to revive the sense of the past, because Disney is a brand as an identity, or because we cannot resist the curiosity that comes with a familiar IP return, Disney's remake. Some of the most anticipated films of global culture. We can resist the idea of Remake, but most of us are drawn to this film. I admit that I am in the theater for each of these publications and certainly not above the phenomenon. It was the first movie I saw Beauty and the Beast (1991), how may I not look? This feeling is repeated on social media and no keyword search Lion King The audience will share the enthusiasm for the upcoming film, the love for the original of 1994 – a love fed by childhood experiences or memories of parenting. We are generations of adults, parents and teachers with Disney in our blood. We're contaminated and we're not saving us because we're rejecting an antidote. Disney knows this, and as a result, most of the remake plan seems to make good films that serve as nostalgic reminders when shooting big movies for the first time as a child. Disney gives us moviegoers, so we're close to re-experiencing as much as possible. But perhaps the cost of these new experiences, new memories and ways to consider these characters and stories. Just because Disney is part of us, it doesn't mean we're not sick.
Disney's post-2010 era revives Forest Book and Beauty and the Beast (2017) was perfectly welcomed, but they didn't make bold choices despite adding a few new wrinkles. I'm in danger of guessing that many of the original animation films we've met have a good time with these remakes, but you've moved away without feeling the origin of the original. Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella (2015) is an exception. Lily James' tit character progresses progressively, and the narrative beats are largely the same as the original in the 1950s, Cinderella slippers and feet are less relevant than real human connection. Both Cinderella and Prince Fascinating, Ella and the Kit are given a depth of character that Disney's infrequent early fairytale adaptations rarely provide. In many ways, it felt like a film that Disney could have done during the renaissance it played. Cinderella not too early.
detrimental (2014), Forest Book, and Beauty and the Beast Enlighten what Branagh is doing Cinderella They never work, but they never cut the complexity of the vivid movement with the exact nail. Certain narrative shortcuts that run in animation are not directly converted to live action. The link between the Maleficent's tragic relationship with the father of Princess Aurora and Beast is what stories should offer a new perspective to these characters. Films ultimately relate to surface emotions and are hit by the story and musical notes of the original. Really get out of the book. These films are nails, but they are not fully successful in challenging these characters or us with a fairy tale character that is not only immoral, but a world without absolute absolutism. We can only imagine what it is Beauty and the Beast He believed that Guillermo del Toro appeared and acted, but the best picture was the winning fairy tale. Shape of Water (2017) is sure to create a fairy tale for adults ready to embrace the strange magic of adulthood, not for adults who want to go back to childhood.
Disney tried to change these stories more closely to the ages of grown-up adults and adolescents, both in their first modern re-adaptation and in their latest films. Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland After an adult Alice (Mia Wasikowska) rejected a suffocating society, he returned to Wonderland to take back his identity as a feminist. But with the adaptation of Daniel Wallace, Burton succeeded in creating one of the best adult tales. Big Fish In 2003, Lewis failed to find his way in Carroll's world and in a world that could be rejected he sought out meaning. But Burton's interpretation of Carroll's world through the theme of the film world, although he had earned more than a billion dollars worldwide and produced a result, was ultimately empty. Thanks to Alice glass (2016) stands as Disney's only re-firing fire.
These years Christopher Robin Although China's anti-Pooh stance was partially less financial, it earned $ 197.1 million worldwide. Adaptation of A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard & # 39; s Winnie the Pooh not installed on a fairy tale, he was still able to find a magical relevance by getting some inspiration from Steven Spielberg. hook (1991). To make Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) an emotionally closed adult and put him in a world that still reflects the results of World War II, although Marc Forster thinks in his clear and blindfolded way. it gave the chance to have the features it had for the result. good anthropomorphic stuffed animals. Some critics were more interested in their ability to provide nostalgia and criticized their bleakness. Christopher Robin This is exactly what Disney's reappraisals and reappraisals must have been: a look at what childhood experiences can provide for adults, not backwards, but forwards.
At this point, Disney has no financial risk to these remakes & reappraisals, and more of the time of its films begin to take creative risks to reflect it. Tim Burton's Dumbo First, through the door in 2019, Disney may be on the right track and the trailer shows that the film can show how our losses and obstacles make us stronger. If we have a chance Lady and Tramp questioning how they find love outside the class and breed Aladdin he finds that the hero is responsible not only for his fate, but also for the three chances of controlling the fate of others. Lion King it is investigating the political decisions that are taking place in the natural order of things and whether it is just. Animation films are not going anywhere and are told to their stories and still have audiences of all ages. It's time to get to know these characters and worlds as part of their legends, and not to ask how much the same can be held, but to ask how different they can be to help us discover and explain the world in new ways. These may be films in which children who grow in animation films may mature. Disney cannot recapture the magic of the past, but it can give us a new magic, and 2019 will be a test to see if they can overcome these challenges.