Disney says live action remakes will not last forever

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Disney says live action remakes will not last forever
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Disney continues to dominate all other popular cultural shows and there is no sign of a delay. Disney has overwhelmed all of its rivals, ranging from Mouse House, the treasurer, and billions of dollars into the Stars Wars era for its rivals. However, the revenue stream that has grown in recent years is the live-action remake of Disney’s animated classic.

Alone in 2019, Disney scored a hit of $ 2 billion. Aladdin and the Lion King are ready to enter the theater with remakes such as Lady and the Trump, Mulan, Little Mermaid and Peter Pan. And it’s already assumed that Disney will make a lot of money with future remakes.

But Disney’s chief creative officer and co-chair Alan Horn does not say that this process will last forever. He said it would be films like Aladdin and Lion King. He also said they were one step ahead, so Maleficent was one step away from the beauty of the sleeping forest and Kuela one step away from the 101 Dalmatians, but they are one single universe I know.

From Horn’s words, we can see that one day Disney encounters anime classics to remake that kind of movie, and still uses familiar characters.

Disney released four films in 2019, but at this rate, it will not be long before the live action movie “Home on the Range” and Cinderella’s Rat Good and Jaq’s blatant story enter the office.

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