This is something the people are clamoring for, right?
ANIMAL KINGDOM, FL -- Uncle Walt's Insider is pleased to bring you this exclusive announcement from Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation):
"Hey all you cool cats and kittens [Ed.: Shoot us now.], Jun Disney (the spokeswoman) [Ed.: no relation] from the Disney (the company) Company here to tell you all about a wild new sponsor coming to the Animal Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort, Spa & Outlet Mall!
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The live action Lion King was a huge hit, so why not?
BURBANK, CA -- Walt Disney Studios has announced that they have entered into an agreement with Netflix to shoot a live action remake of the hit documentary Tiger King.
Starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, the movie will follow the life, and eventual downfall, of Joe "Tiger King" Exotic. Johnson will play the lead role of Joe Exotic, of course. Joe Exotic's nemesis, "F'n Carol Baskin," will be played by Hillary Clinton. ...
The next in a long series of Lion King remakes will be interesting.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- As previously reported, the Walt Disney Studios and Spa are going all-in on Lion King remakes. The second remake (working title: Cats) will be in theaters soon. And now the third remake has been announced for next year -- and it will flip the previous one on its head! (Not literally. Films don't have heads.)
2019's (first) Lion King remake used live animals and human voices. Surprisingly, the 2020 ...
It's odd that they'd put out a second remake so close to the first.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Disney is remaking 1994's beloved animated classic The Lion King!
I know what you're thinking -- didn't they just do that? Yes, yes, they did, and it's in theaters now. In fact, your humble reporter was actually attending a showing of the new fully live-action Lion King when a preview for the next remake came on!
At first I was amazed that Disney would be ...
Pixar's first live-action feature will tell a "dark tale of betrayal and vengeance."
EMERYVILLE, CA -- For over two decades, Pixar Studios has been the undisputed leader in computer-generated animated feature films. In fact, they literally invented the genre, beginning with 1995's Toy Story.
With the coming release of Toy Story 4, and with script issues delaying Toy Story 5: Woody Gets a Hernia, rumors are surfacing that Pixar will soon join parent company Disney's live-action remake craze. If true, a live-action Toy Story will ...