Live Action Bambi Remake at works at Disney

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You know what? Let's remake Aristocats but, live action!

Let's remake Great Mouse Detective, but live action!

Let's remake Emperor's New Groove, but live action!

Let's remake Chicken Little, but live action!

Let's remake Wreck It Ralph, but live action!

Let's remake Zootopia, but LIVE ACTION!

Why don't we remake EVERY animated movie made by Disney, but LIVE ACTION!

Because, why not???

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I’m actually on board with this. I feel like there is a lot of potential since they could add characters and plot elements from the book they could use.
 

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I’m actually on board with this. I feel like there is a lot of potential since they could add characters and plot elements from the book they could use.
Or better yet, the live-action remake could be more faithful plot-wise to the book.
 
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Count me as not surprised, that one’s being made. But I’m curious on how it’ll perform. Bambi’s considered a classic but is it as beloved as films from the Renaissance era?
Anyway, its obvious at this point Disney will make “live-action” adaptations of all their animated films eventually. Maybe if we’re lucky, they’ll make some of their TV shows when they run out of material.


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So with an announcement of live action remake of Bambi, I have been thinking about how many movies from WDAS canon have got live action treatment. Here is the list:
The ones that are released:
1. Fantasia (Ok I'm a little cheating with this 1, but 2 segments were adapted into a full movie)
2. Dumbo 2019
3. Cinderella 2015
4. Alice in Wonderland 2010
5. Lady and Tramp 2019
6. Sleeping Beauty (as Maleficent) 2014
7. Jungle Book 2016
8. Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Ok I'm cheating again, but Winnie the Pooh does have a live action version, even if it wasn't a remake exactly) 2018
9. Beauty and Beast 2017
10. Aladdin 2019
11. Lion King 2019

And here is how many were announced but not released yet or are still in development or production:
1. Snow White and 7 Dwarfs
2. Pinocchio
3. Bambi (yesterday announced)
4. Peter Pan
5. 101 Dalmatians (as Cruella)
6. Sword in the Stone
7. Little Mermaid
8. Hunchback of Notre Dame
9. Mulan
10. Lilo and Stitch
And ????
1. Black Cauldron (Disney has the rights to the books but there are no words of the remake.being in development)

So as you can see 11 live action remakes have been released in the past 10 years and the same amount will be released in just next 2-3 YEARS! They are going through them pretty fast.

By going this speed, they will run out of stuff to remake. There are 58 movies in WDAS canon and almost half of them will be remade in live action before the first half of 2020s even ends. And sometime in 2030s, they will run out of stuff to remake. And then what would they do? Remake them again? Turn the live action adaptations from animated movies into... Animated movies? Will they pick animated movies outside of WDAS? Will they remake Pixar movies? Blue Sky Studios? Their Direct to DVD movies ( Actually sequels of Jungle Book and Aladdin are already in works, so...)? Will they turn their animated TV shows into live action (they already did it with Kim Possible, will they do it with like 60+ other Walt Disney Animation Television shows? I'm scared how will live action Ducktales look like?)

Anyway, these are my thoughts.



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I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Despite the backlash toward their Lion King remake, it still made a ton of money, so doing it with another movie featuring just animals wasn't too shocking. Although, they might be more willing to expand on Bambi than they were with the Lion King. Bambi is a really impressive movie animation wise. It looks incredibly beautiful for its time, but it doesn't have a lot of story. Despite how the death of Bambi's mother is so well known, they don't actually spend time focusing on that. It probably doesn't help that I only saw Bambi when I was older, but the death scene didn't really seem that traumatic or emotionally scarring. It might have been if I saw the movie when I was younger though.
 

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Disney, you've got it all wrong. This is how you do a live-action Bambi:

Detstvo Bembi.jpg


In case anyone's curious, it's a Russian film from 1985 called Bambi's Childhood in English. The deer become humans after the start of the film.
 
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I'm not really keen on this at all and I think they should've done a live-action remake of Atlantis: The Lost Empire instead of this.
 

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Count me as not surprised, that one’s being made. But I’m curious on how it’ll perform. Bambi’s considered a classic but is it as beloved as films from the Renaissance era?
Anyway, its obvious at this point Disney will make “live-action” adaptations of all their animated films eventually. Maybe if we’re lucky, they’ll make some of their TV shows when they run out of material.


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I assumed that as well. I just think some will be on Disney+; if made at all. For instance, films like Tarzan, Peter Pan, Pinocchio, and Snow White, have been made and remade so many times over they need to really revamp them in a fresh way. Disney was going to do a spin off of Snow White called Rose Red(?) about 5 years ago with Captain Marvel attached to star. No word of it since then.

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