It isn’t surprising to find that after the smashing success that is Beauty and the Beast, Disney is full speed ahead with their live action remakes. To date, there are over 20 remakes planned for the coming years… some are already filming while others are still heavily in the works. Let’s take a look at the movies that we’re looking forward to and some that we could definitely do without.
A tale as old as time lives on in the 2017 remake of Beauty and the Beast. Fans huddled together Thursday night to see the preview of the remake of the beloved film and-if the excited chatting at the end of the film is any indication-it lived up to many of the expectations… including this hardcore Disney geek. Continue reading Beauty & the Beast Review: A Tale as Old as Time, Retold
Whaaaaat? Yeah, it’s true. Lionsgate is producing the reboot, remake retread that exactly NO ONE has been longing for. The origin story that we all know, backwards and forwards and backwards again. Let’s get those cameras rolling for Robin Hood: Origins. Continue reading Either No Robin Hood or Bigggg Franchise It
The ladies of the Geekiverse dive on the Beauty and the Beast week train and talk about the reboots that they’d most like to see. Spoiler Alert: Steamboat Willie is never mentioned once…sad trombone.
It’s Beauty & The Beast Week! Continue reading Beauty & The Beast Preview | The Geekiverse Show #57
In Disney’s attempt to recreate many of their animated classics, they managed to bring to life several princesses (and will continue to do so when Beauty and the Beast opens)… some where a smashing success and others fell flat. But with their third live action remake, they shied away from the fairy tales of Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, and on July 9, 2013 announced that they were going to adapt 1967’s animated classic The Jungle Book (the last film that was made while Walt Disney was still alive) for a new wave of audiences. Continue reading The Road to Beauty and the Beast: The Jungle Book
Disney, known for decades for their fairy tales, princesses, and pixie dust, realized that if they wanted to maintain the interest of boys—both young and old—they would need to branch away from the likes of Snow White and Cinderella. Continue reading Newest Attraction at Hong Kong Disneyland Starring Ant-Man