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'Sword in the Stone' Live-Action Remake in the Works With 'Game of Thrones' Writer (Exclusive)

The title was a Disney animated movie in 1963.

Disney is revisiting its 1963 animated fantasy The Sword in the Stone, putting into development a live-action remake.

Brian Cogman, a writer-producer on HBO’s fantasy Game of Thrones, has been tapped to pen the script for the project, which will be produced by Brigham Taylor.

Stone, the final movie released before Walt Disney’s death, told of a young King Arthur who is being mentored by Merlin.

The feature is loosely based on the T.H. White’s novel of the same name, which later became part of White’s multi-book Arthurian fantasy The Once and Future King.

Taylor, a former production exec at Disney, is producing the studio’s live-action version of The Jungle Book, Jon Favreau’s remake of its 1967 animated movie.

Cogman has already demonstrated an affinity for the Medieval fantasy genre. His work on Thrones has seen him nominated for WGA Awards four times and he is currently working on adapting the fantasy card game Magic: The Gathering for Fox. He also adapted YA fantasy The False Prince for Paramount.

He is repped by UTA, Management 360 and Hansen Jacobson.

Noi speriamo troppo che nell'adattamento live action ci sia anche la Regina Ginevra da giovane innamorata di Artù!


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messaggio 20/7/2015, 22:35
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Io aspetto sempre e attendo con speranza il momento in cui smentiranno in blocco tutti questi film. Roftl.gif


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messaggio 20/7/2015, 22:39
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Ma è proprio necessario creare un topic ogni volta che saltano fuori sti annunci?
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messaggio 20/7/2015, 23:41
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Sì perché sono progetti a sé stanti...
secondo noi tra i prossimi che faranno ci sono Biancaneve, Rapunzel, La Sirenetta e La Regina delle Nevi, ormai mancano solo più queste quattro fiabe e secondo noi prima o poi le faranno (e vogliamo pure sperare che le facciano)...

Tornando in topic come idea non è male... le leggende arturiane sono ricche di storie e la realizzazione di un film basato su queste leggende ad opera di uno dei creatori del Trono di spade sembra molto promettente... pensiamo abbia un approccio molto più serio rispetto al cartone... vedremo.


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messaggio 20/7/2015, 23:58
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Ma non c'era già il progetto Merlin?


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messaggio 21/7/2015, 0:00
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Ne faranno due, uno incentrato su Merlino, l'altro su Artù... noi speriamo mettano Ginevra!!! La vorremmo troppo vedere in versione Disney...


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messaggio 21/7/2015, 0:45
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Ormai si è perso il conto post-6-1111346575.gif


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messaggio 21/7/2015, 8:18
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Speriamo nel caso facciano un adattamento molto fedele! happy.gif
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messaggio 24/7/2015, 12:36
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Ma chi chiameranno a interpretare Maga Magò?
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messaggio 24/7/2015, 13:15
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CITAZIONE (Klauz_star @ 24/7/2015, 12:36) *
Ma chi chiameranno a interpretare Maga Magò?

In via del tutto eccezionale, la Merkel.
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messaggio 24/7/2015, 13:19
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CITAZIONE (brigo @ 24/7/2015, 13:15) *
In via del tutto eccezionale, la Merkel.

Che guest star! laugh.gif
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messaggio 24/7/2015, 15:49
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CITAZIONE (brigo @ 24/7/2015, 13:15) *
In via del tutto eccezionale, la Merkel.

La sessione di trucco e parrucco più breve della storia eheheh.gif
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La merkel è più adatta ad interpretare Ursula... perché Magò si crede furba ma è solo un ingenua, Ursula è in grado di elaborare un complotto coi fiocchi... ma ottimo spunto dato che la Merkel è una strega! Potrebbero usare il suo volto per ispirarsi a qualche futura cattiva di un lungometraggio animato.

Scherzi a parte, per me andrebbe bene Susan Boyle.
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CITAZIONE (brigo @ 24/7/2015, 13:15) *
In via del tutto eccezionale, la Merkel.

O anche Lady Camilla... eheheh.gif


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Trovato il regista! Si tratta di Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.

Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

Disney's 'Sword in the Stone' Live-Action Remake Finds Director (Exclusive)

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo will direct from a script written by 'Game of Thrones' scribe Bryan Cogman.

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, perhaps best known for directing the zombie thriller 28 Weeks Later, is in negotiations to helm The Sword in the Stone, Disney's live-action reimagining of the studio's 1963 animated fantasy.

Bryan Cogman, a writer-producer on HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones, wrote the script for the project, which is being produced by Brigham Taylor (The Jungle Book).

Stone was the final movie released by the studio before Walt Disney’s death; it takes a lighthearted view of the legend of King Arthur, focusing on the young Arthur being mentored by the magician Merlin.

It was loosely based on T.H. White’s novel of the same name, which later became part of White’s multibook Arthurian fantasy, The Once and Future King.

Stone is the second Arthurian project the studio is developing as it's also working on The Merlin Saga, with Ridley Scott circling the tale of the powerful wizard's rise.

Louie Provost is overseeing Stone for the studio.

Fresnadillo’s hiring points to the direction in which the remake will head. The filmmaker is known for his dark tones and directed the 2011 horror movie Intruders as well as the pilots for USA thriller Falling Water and CBS’ end-of-the-world drama Salvation.

He is repped by UTA.



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messaggio 20/1/2018, 20:10
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Qualcosa si muove?
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Il film pare sarà un'esclusiva della nuova piattaforma Disney in arrivo nell'autunno 2019

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[...] Priority development projects include 3 Men and a Baby; Sword and the Stone; and Timmy Failure, the latter of which has Spotlight director Tom McCarthy in the creative mix.. [...]


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messaggio 9/2/2018, 0:39
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Dal sito ScreenRant:

While Disney’s live-action remakes of its classic animated filmography have proven extremely lucrative for the studio thus far, the news that Sword in the Stone is heading to the company’s streaming service instead of theaters makes sense, in the wake of reports that Ridley Scott is directing The Merlin Saga for the Mouse House. With Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) attached to direct, The Sword in the Stone should be a far cry from Scott’s own Arthurian retelling and will further help to entice people to sign up for Disney’s streaming service when it goes live.


Crediamo che se fanno così con La Spada nella Roccia (in streaming) e La Saga di Merlino (al cinema), forse utilizzeranno la stessa tecnica per quei film un po' atipici come il Principe Azzurro, Genie e Rose Red (in streaming) mentre i corrispettivi Cenerentola (già realizzato), Aladdin (in post produzione) e Biancaneve (in preproduzione) saranno al cinema


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messaggio 9/2/2018, 18:23
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Bene... almeno implementano nuove strategie
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News:

* Le riprese iniziano il 24 settembre 2018 a Belfast, Irlanda.

Dal sito Disney Film Facts:

EXCLUSIVE: Production Start Date For Disney’s Live-Action SWORD IN THE STONE Remake!

Whether you love them or hate them Disney’s live-action adaptations of their classic animated films have been box office gold, and with Disney hard at work getting their streaming service ready for a 2019 launch, the studio is getting content ready for the service. One of the films Disney is looking to feature is a live-action remake of Sword In The Stone, and now we have an update to share with you on the film.

We have exclusively learned that The Sword In The Stone will be filming in Belfast, Ireland and the production is aiming for a September 24, 2018, start date.

It should be noted that this date could change, but with Disney’s streaming service expected to drop next year, it’s a safe bet that Disney will get this film into production sooner rather than later

The film will be directed by 28 Days Later Helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, with casting underway.

Disney is also in development of a Merlin saga with Ridley Scott. Disney has not confirmed if the saga will tie into The Sword In The Stone.

Disney also has a live-action/CGI remake of Lady And The Tramp in development with Charlie Bean set to direct. Which will also make it’s way to the streaming service.

stay tuned for more updates as they come!



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messaggio 13/8/2018, 16:58
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Sono in corso i casting.

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HLVDMovies‏ @HlvdMovies · 11 ago:

Are they casting?


Skyler Shuler‏ @Skylerhxc · 11 ago:


For Sword In The Stone, yes.





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messaggio 13/2/2019, 1:27
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Come avevamo detto tempo fa in una chat con alcuni amici , il film non è stato cancellato, la produzione inizia questa estate a Belfast e in altre zone dell'Irlanda del Nord.

Ecco la casting call per Artù/Semola, Merlino, Sir Ettore, Maga Magò.


Dal sito HN Entertainment:

EXCLUSIVE: Disney’s Live-Action ‘Sword In The Stone’ To Start Production This Summer, Plus Character Breakdowns


Disney is hard at work getting their streaming service Disney+ ready for a 2019 launch. One of the films Disney is looking to feature on the service is a live-action remake of Sword In The Stone, and now we have an update to share with you.

We have learned that the film will shoot in Belfast, Northern Ireland and the production is aiming for a start date this summer. The film was originally set to begin production last September.

We have also obtained some character breakdowns on the film.

Wart (LEAD MALE 12-15): Caucasian. An orphan named Arthur, also known as Wart. Bright, witty, and stubborn. Take part in a tournament where he is revealed as king.

Merlin (LEAD MALE 30-60): Open to any ethnicity. an old and eccentric wizard who aids and educates Arthur.

Sir Ector (LEAD MALE 30-50): Open to any ethnicity. Arthur’s foster father.

Madam Mim (LEAD FEMALE 30-60): Open to any ethnicity. a black magic proficient witch and Merlin’s nemesis. LEAD


The film will be directed by 28 Days Later Helmer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, from a script by Bryan Cogman (Game of Thrones). Also joining the production team is Fresnadillo’s 28 Weeks Later cinematographer Enrique Chediak. Chediak worked on last years Transformers spin-off, Bumblebee, and the recently wrapped live-action remake of Lady And The Tramp, which is also headed to Disney+

Disney is also in development of a Merlin saga with Ridley Scott. Disney has not confirmed if the saga will tie into The Sword In The Stone.

Released in 1963, Disney’s animated adaptation of Sword In The Stone chronicles King Arthur’s humble beginnings. As an orphaned child, Arthur, who was then known as Wart, wants to help his foster brother, Kay, succeed in becoming a knight. While helping Kay train, Wart stumbles upon a cabin belonging to Merlin, a bumbling but talented wizard. Merlin does his best to convince the boy that he is bound for greatness, and when Wart and Kay travel to London to attend a jousting contest, they learn that Merlin was right.

Disney+ is set to debut this fall.

Source: HN Entertainment


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messaggio 17/2/2019, 10:08
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Mi tiene desto la curiosità di vedere Maga Magò in versione live-action nonché la scrittura dello sceneggiatore de Il Trono di Spade, magari sarà una piccola sorpresa.


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Da Twitter:

Skyler Shuler @Skylerhxc: We should start hearing casting news on Disney’s live-action Sword In The Stone remake very soon.


Pare che presto usciranno delle notizie sul casting del remake de La Spada nella Roccia.


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