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messaggio 9/9/2019, 20:57
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Disney Developing Live-Action Robin Hood Remake

Oo-de-lally, oo-de-lally, golly, what a day! Fans of the animated Robin Hood are going to be singing that joyous song all day once they hear this news: according to our sources – the same ones who told us that an Aladdin sequel is happening, a Ms. Marvel TV show was in the works and that a She-Hulk TV series was coming to Disney Plus, all of which have since been confirmed, so we have no reason to doubt them – Disney is currently in the early stages of developing a live-action reboot (similar to the style of the recent Lion King) of their 1973 classic.
The original film followed the adventures of Robin Hood and Little John as they teamed up with the inhabitants of Nottingham to fight the oppressive taxation from the hostile Prince John. Unlike other features that revolve around the iconic hero, though, Disney’s flick used anthropomorphic animals to portray the legendary characters. The movie was a financial success and has since become known as one of the best adaptions of the famous tale.
From what we understand, the studio will once again use animals in its storytelling. It’s a smart move, too, as many of the other live-action projects that have tried to tell the tale of Robin Hood with humans ended up disappointing at the box office. Besides, why make changes to the formula if it worked so well the first time around?

As mentioned above, the film will likely follow the path of the highly successful remake of The Lion King, employing CGI for most of its scenes. Whether the movie keeps in its fun songs or opts to completely remove them, that we don’t know, but we’re certainly curious to find out. Lastly, it’ll also be interesting to see if the studio decides to give this feature a theatrical release like Jon Favreau’s aforementioned flick or instead chooses to release it on Disney Plus like the Home Alone remake.
Clearly, there’s a lot we still don’t know about the new Robin Hood, but keep checking We Got This Covered for more news about the flick as it breaks, as well as information on all of the other upcoming Disney live-action reboots, of which there are many.


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messaggio 10/9/2019, 0:09
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Robin Hood è previsto come live action ma non è il remake del film degli anni '60. E' Notthingam e Hood, sul rapporto tra lo sceriffo e il ladro. E viste le critiche positive di Joker crediamo che abbia molte possibilità. Oggi piacciono queste storie sul legame eroe/cattivo... Maleficent e Cruella ne sono un esempio
Poi se faranno un remake per Disney + del Classico, possibile ma per ora questo è solo un rumor da prendere molto con le pinze


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messaggio 10/4/2020, 22:49
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A quanto pare il sito We Got This Covered aveva ragione!

E' stato confermato oggi da Hollywood Reporter che la Disney sta lavorando al remake di Robin Hood, al momento in fase di sviluppo iniziale.

* Sarà il remake del film del 1973 e presenterà animali antropomorfi e sarà un musical.

* Verrà realizzato non con animali veri (ovviamente) ma con la tecnica CGI simile a quella del Re Leone.

* Il film è scritto da Kari Granlund che ha già scritto il remake di Lilli e il Vagabondo

* Justin Springer (che ha lavorato a Dumbo live action) produrrà il film.

* Carlos Lopez Estrada è a capo del progetto (da notare che Estrada sta anche lavorando a un nuovo film per la Disney Animation)

* Il film sarà destinato a Disney +.


Da The Hollywood Reporter:

'Robin Hood' Remake in the Works at Disney+ With 'Blindspotting' Director (Exclusive)

Kari Granlund, who wrote last year's 'Lady and the Tramp,' is scripting the remake of Disney's 1973 animated feature.
Disney has targeted Robin Hood as the latest of its animated classics to get the remake treatment.

Carlos Lopez Estrada, perhaps best known for directing the 2018 crime movie Blindspotting, is on board to helm the project, which is being written by Kari Granlund. Granlund already is in the Disney fold after having written the studio’s recent remake of Lady and the Tramp.

Justin Springer, who counts the studio’s Dumbo and Tron Legacy among his credits, is producing the feature being developed for the studio’s Disney+ streaming service.

Robin Hood was a comedic and musical take on the famous tale, with anthropomorphic animals inhabiting the roles of the characters made famous over the centuries. Hood was a fox; Little John, a bear; Friar Tuck, a badger; Prince John, a thumb-sucking lion; the sheriff of Nottingham, a wolf; and Maid Marian, a vixen.

The movie has seen its critical appraisal rise, fall and rise again over the years, although its influence seems long-lasting. One of the songs, "Love," was nominated for an Oscar, while another, "Oo De Lally," is well known.

The new take is said to be a musical and again will feature the characters as anthropomorphic, this time in a live-action/CG hybrid format.

The deals were inked before Hollywood’s lockdown. The project is in early development.

Granlund co-wrote the script for Godmothered, a Disney+ feature that was due to shoot this spring with Jillian Bell and Isla Fisher but was postponed due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.

In addition to Blindspotting, which starred Rafael Casal and Daveed Diggs, Estrada directed an episode of Legion, FX’s trippy thriller based on a Marvel Comics character, and wrapped Summertime, a drama featuring teen poets from various Los Angeles neighborhoods. The drama debuted at Sundance. Estrada also is working on a theatrical feature for Walt Disney Animation.

Estrada is repped by UTA and Ziffren Brittenham. Granlund is repped by Verve and Industry Entertainment.


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messaggio 10/4/2020, 23:14
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E bravi We Got This Covered, qualche volta ci prendono o, più verosimilmente, spesso tanti progetti da loro scoperti non evolvono ma restano solo idee proposte all'interno dello Studio, che probabilmente non ce la fanno ad ottenere un Green Light.
Questo progetto, insieme alla Spada nella Roccia e il primo Lilli e il Vagabondo, è perfetto per la piattaforma. Sono film minori ma che hanno una fetta di fedelissimi. Tra l'altro spesso passato in tv, non gli sarà difficile richiamare altro pubblico su Disney+. Inoltre il fatto che sia in qualche modo originale, grazie all'elemento musical, potrebbe richiamare l'attenzione anche di tanti dettratori.
Sono molto curioso di capire chi scriverà la Colonna Sonora. Se si tratterà di qualcuno di importante, tipo esperienza in altri film Disney o Broadway, allora ci sarà un'altra freccia al suo arco. Chiaramente Lady Marian sarà un po' meno Lady e un po' più grintosa bandita ^^ Lilli docet, il produttore è lo stesso.


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Dalle Storie della pagina Instagram di Skyler Shuler:





Robin Hood è in preproduzione e stanno lavorando da remoto (quindi casting, studi su sceneggiatura ecc è tutto online)


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