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Scissorhands
Un detto dice: non c'è due senza tre.
Ebbene in neanche una settimana abbiamo avuto annunci di remake live-action di Winnie Pooh, Mulan e ora... PINOCCHIO!!

http://deadline.com/2015/04/pinocchio-insp...ney-1201406564/

Pinocchio’-Inspired Live-Action Film Being Developed At Disney
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peter hedgesEXCLUSIVE: Yet another live-action version of a tried-and-true Disney fairy tale is wending its way to the big screen. Peter Hedges is penning a feature loosely based on the original Pinocchio story about a marionette carved from wood who dreams of becoming a real boy. Pinocchio gets his wish but is prone to stretching the truth, and each time he does, his nose grows longer.

Related'Cinderella' Is Having A Ball Worldwide With $400M Box Office
The story is really about the relationship between a father and son, the ramifications of lying and creating stories and living in a fantasy world. Pinocchio came from the mind of author Carlo Collodi, who wrote the 1883 novel The Adventures Of Pinocchio.

This is not the only Pinocchio-inspired film in Hollywood. Guillermo del Toro also has a darker version of that story in development at his company. The Book Of Life producer is planning to co-direct that version from a script he co-wrote with Matthew Robbins. It would be a stop-motion animated 3D film. Foreign financiers are said to be circling that one.

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walt disney just farted in his grave. its was a live adaptation.
MR.X
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But we all know the real live action adaptation we all want is Aladdin.
Disney has been combing through its coffers of late, looking for live-action versions of popular fairy tales and has several on the horizon, including The Jungle Book, being directed by Iron Man and Iron Man 2 helmer Jon Favreau; Beauty And The Beast, which will star Emma Watson, Luke Evans and Josh Gad; and Dumbo, to be directed by Tim Burton; and Mulan. There has also been buzz about a live-action Winnie the Pooh-inspired tale in development. What a smart business plan by the powers that be at the studio led by Alan Horn.

PinocchioDisney brought the animated version of the original Pinocchio story to the screen in 1940, and it has been remade several times both in toon and live-action versions, once with Mickey Rooney (1957). The story has come to life on the small and big screens in the U.S. and in overseas productions, the most memorable in recent years being Roberto Benigni’s Pinocchio. Another loosely based version starred Verne Troyer as a killer puppet in a 1996 horror pic from Trimark called Pinocchio’s Revenge.

Hedges is repped by CAA and attorneys Marc Glick at Glick & Weintraub and Stephen Breimer at Bloom, Hergott.
Uncino
Pinocchio: la Walt Disney Pictures sta sviluppando un film in live-action

La Walt Disney Pictures - visti i recenti successi di pellicole come Alice in Wonderland, Il Grande e potente Oz, Maleficent e Cenerentola - sembra puntare sempre più sugli adattamenti cinematografici in live-action. Deadline rivela, infatti, che lo studio sta sviluppando anche un film in live-action su Pinocchio, romanzo di Carlo Collodi e adattato dalla major come pellicola d'animazione nel 1940.
All'opera sullo script di Pinocchio c'è Peter Hedges. Oltre al burattino, nei prossimi anni la Disney porterà sul grande schermo anche Il Libro della Giungla, Mulan, Robin Hood, La Bella e la Bestia, Dumbo e persino Winnie the Pooh.

Deadline/EE

http://deadline.com/2015/04/pinocchio-insp...ney-1201406564/
IryRapunzel
Sotto al prossimo!! Io farei il toto live action!
veu
Sarà un film incentrato molto sul rapporto padre - figlio dicono... qualcosa al maschile sullo stile di Maleficent.
Comunque noi siamo troppo curiosi di sapere chi farà la Fata dai capelli turchini che già nel cartone avevamo adorato, sperando che stavolta le mettano davvero i capelli turchini...
Arancina22
No cioè ragazzi, si salvi chi può!!!
Grrodon
Io lo trovo positivo.

Li stanno annunciando male, in modo comico, poco serio, senza nemmeno un "brand" che li raccolga giustificandoli, e la gente ormai ne ride.

Quindi più svaccano, prima arriva il tonfo.
Simba88
E se davvero quando usciranno le prime sinossi e i loghi di questi live action ci sarà un particolare brand che li collegherà tutti? E magari ri-editeranno anche Alice, Oz e Maleficent con i nuovi loghi, un po' come fatto con le Platinum e le Diamond editions? Potrebbe essere l'unico aspetto positivo della realizzazione di tutti questi film.
Logan232
Dai che nel 2020 arriva "Avengers Disney Edition"!
Claudio
Non si fermano più! Magari se li annunciavano più distanziati tra di loro in termini di tempo risultava meno eclatante, ma con questo ritmo (uno ogni 2 giorni) viene automatico porsi degli interrogativi.
Scrooge McDuck
Boh, questa "fissa" (passatemi il termine) per il brand la trovo una cosa tutta vostra. Alle persone normali non importa molto, basta che i film che va a vedere siano belli o, ancora più semplicemente, che piacciano (vedi Maleficent).

Per dire, il film della Bella e la Bestia dell'anno scorso, quello francese, in proporzione con il battage pubblicitario delle fiabe live action Disney è andato abbastanza bene, segno che alla gente che ci sia o meno il logo Disney importa relativamente, almeno in questo genere di film (per dire, ha incassato il doppio di Biancaneve e il cacciatore, film della Universal!!!!!!!!).

Dico solo che non è un nuovo logo di un nuovo brand a rendere questi film legittimi o maggiormente interessanti per il pubblico, stanno portando al cinema fiabe famosissime e adorate dalla gente, e quella stessa gente le andrà a vedere a prescindere (resta da capire per quanto durerà questo "giochetto").
Grrodon
Il discorso brand che facevo non c'entra nulla col renderle più o meno appetibili per il grande pubblico, il quale a dire il vero non si cura troppo nemmeno di questi annunci che escono sul web a questi ritmi indiavolati e rimbalzano tra i siti specializzati.

E' più un discorso di strategia e immagine aziendale. Se avessero un anno fa annunciato l'inizio del "Fairy Tale Universe" o della linea "Classici in Carne Viva" uno al massimo disapprova l'idea, ma poi semplicemente se lo aspetta che tale linea andrà rimpolpata, e sulle lunghe la cosa sarebbe parsa normale.

Ma il modo in cui stanno gestendo gli annunci adesso è semplicemente grottesco. Fa ridere i polli.
Fra X
wacko.gif Bastaaa!!!


brigo
Sembra di essere ritornati all'epoca delle uscite dei cheapquel.
Logan232
Il modo di annunciarli in effetti sta risultando un pò comico, ma amen. Aspettiamoci a breve la regina delle blasfemie piuttosto, ovvero il live action di Biancaneve e là sì che saranno dolori.
blackwizard
Il migliore per me rimarrà la serie di rai 1 di Comencini.
Klauz_star
Avanti di questo passo li rifaranno tutti live action e magari con i loro sequel... a quando "Biancaneve"? (perché di Pinocchio ci sono 100.000 versioni live action di cui due italiane e quindi anche Biancaneve dopo le due del 2012 ha diritto alla versione Disney).

Personalmente spero che non si dimentichino dei cartoni animati.
veu
Dal sito Spec Scout (grazie Alessio per il link!):

Alcune informazioni sul remake di Pinocchio... ovvio che non sono aggiornate, ma la sceneggiatura era pronta per il settembre 2010 ed è stata venduta a quella data alla Disney. Qui alcune notizie (sarà ovviamente rivista, ma almeno conosciamo un po' del progetto originale):

Details

Market September 16, 2010 Sold September 16, 2010
Producer Dan Jinks
Director Tim Burton
Actor Robert Downey, Jr.
Agent Ari Greenburg (WME)
Studio The Walt Disney Studios
Production The Dan Jinks Company
Project is a live-action take on the classic fairy tale. This was a filled writing assignment, not a spec.

Loglines


A young boy made of wood tries to escape the capture of fairies and reunite with his father, the toy maker who made him.

R1

After a toy-maker carves a boy puppet out of a magical piece of wood from the blue fairies woods. The two embark on a soul-reflection adventure of their own defending off the fairies.

R2

A toy maker unknowingly fashions a marionette using fairy wood, and a father-son bond emerges as the fairy declares retribution for her stolen wood and changes their lives forever.

Genres

Fantasy, Adventure, Family, Supernatural, Coming of Age, Film, Rescue, Survival

Pages 117

Rated PG

Budget High

Lead M Other 0 Skinny

Similar

Disney's Pinocchio, Alice, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

When

A few days, unclear as to a place in time

Where

70% Italian village: a toy shop/work shop, roads, school classroom, school playground, a theater, a town hall, and an amusement park. Also needed is an enchanted forest, a field, a prison cell; the prison being right by a beach, the ocean, the stomach of a [giant] dogfish, and a rural home/mill.

Synopsis

During the midnight hours, two loggers, ANTONIUS (?) and ANTONIO (?), vigorously saw down a tree in the middle of an enchanted forest. The men begin departing from the forest with the tree in their horse drawn cart, but are deterred by the forest trees' coming to life. Antonius is engulfed by the thrashing tree branches as emerging roots causes Antonio to be thrown from the cart which vanishes out of sight. Antonio retreats into a murky pond as an ethereal glow approaches him overhead. A winged woman reveals herself through the blue glow and violently transforms Antonio into a tree before fading into the darkness. Meanwhile, MASTER CHERRY (50s), waits in a field with his horse when he's blind sided by the loggers' petrified horse and cart racing towards him. Master Cherry detaches the spooked horse from the cart, which proceeds to dash away, and attaches his own horse in its place.

In an Italian Village, GEPPETTO (40s), is working in his toyshop when MADAME BUCCI (?) and her daughter, STEFANIA BUCCI (10), come in complaining that he sold them a defected doll. Geppetto disproves this by showing how the doll was abused. Madame Bucci commissions Geppetto to make a...


E poi alcuni stralci:

Theater. Pinocchio thinks one of the puppets, ROSA (?), blew him a kiss and they buy two tickets...

...friends in their shared search for the Land of Play. Clotho, the leader of the fairies from the enchanted...


...and it's revealed that Rosa is actually a Green Fairy. Clotho and Rosa fight as Geppetto frees...

Quindi ci sarà una Fata Verde anziché una Fata turchina? e sarà la fidanzatina di Pinocchio?
Daydreamer
E chi l'avrebbe mai detto che Pinocchio avrebbe ridestato il mio interesse? Quest'incipit è davvero intrigante. Atmosfere gotiche e thrilling, mi pareva di cogliere lo spirito di film come La leggenda di Sleepy Hollow o de La Maledizione della Prima Luna e se Burton tornasse ad essere il regista di un tempo, mai scelta sarebbe più azzeccata. Interessantissima l'idea di esplorare la mitologia della Fata Turchina e del suo mondo. Ora che ci penso, Pinocchio mi ha sempre colpito poco per la poca presenza di un soggetto femminile veramente attivo ma qui ce ne sarebbe in abbondanza. Che aspettano a metterlo in cantiere? clapclap.gif

Veu: ci saranno entrambe le fate, la fata turchina, Clotho, sembra essere la leader della foresta incantata, vendicativa per il fatto che le avessero sottratto del legno incantato. Rosa invece è la finta burattina amica di Pinocchio e forse suo interesse amoroso, che si scopre essere una fata verdolina, che si scontrerà con Clotho.
LucaDopp
Non mi ispira proprio, temo che Collodi si rivolterà (ancora) nella tomba.
Klauz_star
Ma di Pinocchio live action ce ne sono tanti... per me il migliore resta quello con Nino Manfredi anche se era uno sceneggiato per la tv.
Filippo
Ma non ce la fanno proprio a fare il Pinocchio di Collodi eh? Fate e fatine no dai -.-
Bristow
Tra poco avremo anche dei remake sui remake... patetico... ogni titolo che viene annunciato dimostra chi sostiene che è solo una politica fatta per soldi...
Daydreamer
Ragazzi, state calmi, non se n'è più parlato...Si acquistano un sacco di script, ma poi quanti si traducono in realtà? Keep calm wink.gif
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Dal sito Vulture:

Bailey is very aware of what else is going on in the company, too. In a few months, London’s National Theatre, working in conjunction with Disney, will debut a new stage version of Pinocchio featuring songs from the animated film; any future Pinocchio remake seems likely to draw on the lessons learned there.
Daydreamer
Da Deadline

Sam Mendes In Early Talks To Direct Disney’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’

by Anita Busch
May 22, 2017 4:31pm

EXCLUSIVE: Sam Mendes is in early talks to direct Disney’s live-action Pinocchio; Chris Weitz wrote the current version of the script and will also be producing through his production company, Depth of Field. The move would push forward yet another live-action reboot of the old tried and true animated classic for the studio. Disney’s feature film strategy has been working well as its live-action Beauty And The Beast has made $1.2 billion worldwide and the photorealistic The Jungle Book grossed $966.5M worldwide.

RelatedColin Farrell In Negotiations For...
Jungle Book director Jon Favreau is tuning his Jungle Book VFX for The Lion King and Tim Burton is ready to roll on Dumbo. Others in the mix are The Little Mermaid, a Cruella De Vil movie, Aladdin, and Mulan.

The studio is also rebooting Mary Poppins and got a nice shout-out the other night from Dick Van Dyke at the premiere of HBO and George Shapiro’s If You’re Not In The Obit, Eat Breakfast. Van Dyke said he plays the son of the old banker in the film and also does a dance number in it. Despite being 91, he is still very agile.

Mendes just opened a play in London, directing playwright Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman which stared Paddy Considine — and by the way, sold out within a day at the Royal Court. It has since closed at the Royal Court and will open at the West End on June 20.

Mendes, who won an Oscar for directing American Beauty and whose credits include the James Bond films Spectre and Skyfall, is repped by CAA, The Agency and law firm Ziffren Brittenham.
veu
Chissà se ricorderà il progetto che potete leggere a pagina 1... oppure sarà più fedele alla versione Disney? vedremo...
è vero che è molto presto per i casting ma chissà chi sceglieranno per la Fata Turchina... crediamo un'attrice famosa...

Lo sceneggiatore di Cenerentola va bene, così si differenzia un po' dal film originale pur non scostandosene troppo ma non è un vero e proprio copia/incolla
Klauz_star
Speriamo sia una molto nota, io ci vedrei bene anne hathaway
veu
Anne Hathaway ha già lavorato in Alice in Wonderland... andrebbe bene certo però forse magari variare cast.

Nicole Kidman secondo noi sarebbe perfetta per la Fata Azzurra, se vogliono un'attrice famosissima e non giovanissima. Dipende da che tipo di attrice vogliono per fare la Fata. oppure Milla Jovovich...
Daydreamer
Più facile scelgano l'ovvietà di Jennifer Lawrence. Ma io apprezzerei molto Jessica Chastain o la sosia Bryce Dallas Howard.
Daydreamer
Da Tracking Board

SAM MENDES EXITS DISNEY’S LIVE-ACTION “PINOCCHIO” (EXCLUSIVE) NOVEMBER 13, 2017


Oscar-winning filmmaker Sam Mendes has dropped out of directing Disney’s live-action Pinocchio, the Tracking Board has exclusively learned.

Back in May, Mendes was reportedly in “early talks” to direct the project, which was written by Chris Weitz, who is also producing via his Depth of Field banner.

Mendes’ exit represents a setback for Pinocchio, but Disney shouldn’t have a hard time finding a replacement, as the studio’s live-action adaptations of its animated classics have lured big names such as Jon Favreau, Tim Burton and Guy Ritchie. Meanwhile, Bill Condon recently steered Beauty and the Beast to a worldwide gross of $1.2 billion.

Mendes won an Oscar for American Beauty and most recently directed the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre. The next James Bond movie, which is widely expected to be Daniel Craig’s last, still doesn’t have a director. With Denis Villeneuve busy with Dune, Yann Demange is believed to be the frontrunner for the coveted gig, but now that Mendes has a hole in his schedule, I wonder if he could re-team with Craig one more time so they could ride off into the sunset together.

Right now, sources are saying that Mendes’ exit from Pinocchio isn’t linked to Bond 25, but never say never in this town. Stay tuned…
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Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

Disney's Live-Action 'Pinocchio' Enlists 'Paddington' Director

The film will reimagine the 1940 classic.
Jiminy Cricket! Walt Disney Studios has found a director for its live-action reimagining of Pinocchio.

Paul King, helmer of the whimsical and acclaimed Paddington movies, has been chosen to direct the movie, with the studio hoping to being production in the fall.

Released in 1940, Pinocchio was the second animated film made by Disney, after 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. It adapted the Italian story by Carlo Collodi about a wooden boy puppet crafted by an old carver named Geppetto. The puppet is brought to life by a fairy who says he will become a real boy if he shows bravery. The character of Jiminy Cricket becomes his de facto conscience and tries to steer him in the right direction. What follows is a series of adventures that include Pinocchio being kidnapped to be part of a puppet show, getting turned into a donkey and being swallowed by a whale.

Chris Weitz and his Depth of Field partner Andrew Miano are producing. Jack Thorne, who penned the surprise hit Wonder, is rewriting the script.

Sam Mendes was initially slated to direct the project but left last year. Peter Hedges and Weitz previously worked on the script.

There have been several live-action Pinocchio movies made, including one in 1996 from New Line Cinema that starred Martin Landau and Jonathan Taylor Thomas. None of those were made by Disney, however, which is currently in the midst of bringing to life, Blue Fairy-style, its animation library.

King has won over jaded execs and skeptical adults with his inventive storytelling in bringing to life the Paddington tales, becoming an in-demand filmmaker in the process. He just signed on to direct Warner Bros.’ Willy Wonka, a reimagining of Roald Dahl's classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
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Le riprese iniziano quest'autunno in Inghilterra. Forse una parte sarà girata pure in Italia ma principalmente le riprese saranno nel Regno Unito.

Dal sito Omega Underground:

Disney’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’ Looking To Start Filming This Fall In The UK

It was recently reported that Paddington director Paul King will helm Disney’s live-action Pinocchio movie. Jack Throne (National Treasure) is currently doing rewrites on a script from Chris Weitz (Cinderella, Rogue One, About a Boy).

Omega Underground has learned that Disney aims to get filming going by this fall (depending on a finished script) and there is a solid sign that filming will be taking place in the United Kingdom.

The Paddington films have been very well received so there is an expectation King could make something very special here. King was also in talks to direct the Willy Wonka prequel for Warner Bros.

Considering the Italian roots to the story we’d hope they film in Italy as well, but we’re not holding our breath. These projects have been primarily shooting in England. Examples include Beauty and The Beast, Dumbo, Aladdin, and it’s expected that The Little Mermaid and Sword In The Stone will as well.

Disney slated a massive lineup of release dates but it remains to be seen where Pinocchio places on that list.
veu
Da Twitter:

Live-Action remakes of THE LITTLE MERMAID, PINOCCHIO and LADY AND THE TRAMP are all going to stay faithful to their respected animated films in terms of stories and characters

Traduzione: i film live action de La Sirenetta, Pinocchio e Lilli e il vagabondo saranno fedeli alle loro versioni animate in fatto di storia e personaggi.
veu
Lo sceneggiatore Chris Weitz (che ha firmato Cenerentola nel 2015) riporta in un'intervista che sta sviluppando la sceneggiatura del film.
Il film Pinocchio sarà girato l'anno prossimo in Inghilterra e Italia (!!)

Dal sito LMR Online:

Disney’s Live-Action Pinocchio Writer Chris Weitz Says They’re Still Developing The Script (Exclusive)

Given that we’ve probably had updates of around five or so Disney live-action adaptations in the past two weeks alone, you’d be forgiven for forgetting a handful of them making their way to the big screen over the course of the next several years. Joining the likes of Lady and the Tramp, Mulan, Aladdin, and The Lion King is Pinocchio, the story about a walking, talking marionette who wishes he was a real boy.

This past February, it was reported that Paul King, the director of such films as Paddington and Paddington 2, would be helming the project, and set to write the script is none other than Chris Weitz, who recently penned Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Speaking with our own Gig Patta while promoting his upcoming directorial effort, Operation Finale, he gave us an update on the progress Pinocchio is making:

“It’s going to shoot in England and Italy starting next year. We’re still in the early stages of, you know, development and developing the script, so there’s no casting to talk about, but I’m very excited about it.”

This is pretty interesting since it seems to contradict earlier reports that the film was being rewritten by Jack Thorne, who recently wrote Wonder. If they were still in the process of developing the script, how could it be rewritten?

Regardless, Disney has had a solid working relationship with Weitz between his work as a writer on Rogue One, Cinderella, and now Pinocchio, so it seems the project is in good hands.

Are you looking forward to seeing what Weitz and King will bring to Pinocchio?
Filippo
CITAZIONE (veu @ 24/8/2018, 23:24) *
Lo sceneggiatore Chris Weitz (che ha firmato Cenerentola nel 2015) riporta in un'intervista che sta sviluppando la sceneggiatura del film.
Il film Pinocchio sarà girato l'anno prossimo in Inghilterra e Italia (!!)

Dal sito LMR Online:

Disney’s Live-Action Pinocchio Writer Chris Weitz Says They’re Still Developing The Script (Exclusive)

Given that we’ve probably had updates of around five or so Disney live-action adaptations in the past two weeks alone, you’d be forgiven for forgetting a handful of them making their way to the big screen over the course of the next several years. Joining the likes of Lady and the Tramp, Mulan, Aladdin, and The Lion King is Pinocchio, the story about a walking, talking marionette who wishes he was a real boy.

This past February, it was reported that Paul King, the director of such films as Paddington and Paddington 2, would be helming the project, and set to write the script is none other than Chris Weitz, who recently penned Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Speaking with our own Gig Patta while promoting his upcoming directorial effort, Operation Finale, he gave us an update on the progress Pinocchio is making:

“It’s going to shoot in England and Italy starting next year. We’re still in the early stages of, you know, development and developing the script, so there’s no casting to talk about, but I’m very excited about it.”

This is pretty interesting since it seems to contradict earlier reports that the film was being rewritten by Jack Thorne, who recently wrote Wonder. If they were still in the process of developing the script, how could it be rewritten?

Regardless, Disney has had a solid working relationship with Weitz between his work as a writer on Rogue One, Cinderella, and now Pinocchio, so it seems the project is in good hands.

Are you looking forward to seeing what Weitz and King will bring to Pinocchio?

Fantastico! Ho adorato Cenerentola.
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Dal sito The GWW:

DISNEY’S ‘PINOCCHIO’ LIVE-ACTION MOVIE LANDS ‘AVENGERS/GODZILLA’ CINEMATOGRAPHER SEAMUS MCGARVEY

Paddington’s Paul King was hired to direct Disney’s live-action Pinocchio movie with a script from screenwriter Chris Weitz (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Cinderella, About A Boy). We have a lovely crew update to share.

Omega Underground has learned that they’ve now landed cinematographer Seamus McGarvey. His credits include The Avengers, Godzilla, Atonement, Bad Times At The El Royale, Life, The Accountant, The Greatest Showman, and Pan.

Writer-producer Chris Weitz recently revealed to LRM they plan on filming to begin next year in Italy and the United Kingdom.

“It’s going to shoot in England and Italy starting next year. We’re still in the early stages of, you know, development and developing the script, so there’s no casting to talk about, but I’m very excited about it.”

We will certainly update when we have new production dates for the Disney movie.

Disney has yet to give Pinocchio a release date.
Daydreamer
Ma sapete che prossimamente Matteo Garrone girerà la sua versione di Pinocchio col rumoreggiato Tony Servillo/Geppetto? Qualcuno ne uscirà con le ossa rotte...
Fulvio84
Secondo me la storia originale di Pinocchio e' troppo italiana per avere mordente su moderno pubblico americano/internazionale, floppo' Benigni con la sua versione e flopperebbe anche Garrone. Ovviamente un buon riscontro sul mercato italiano e' invece molto fattibile.
Il film DIsney invece ha piu probabilita' di avere un impatto sul mercato mondiale come d'altronde stanno facendo tutte le fiabe live action al momento.
Da un punto di vista artistico e' tutto da valutare ma onestamente il classico pinocchio disney e' l'unico che riesco ad apprezzare, l'originale sotria nostrana mi ha sempre annoiato da morire....
Daydreamer
Ricordo che nonostante l'alta produzione, il film di Benigni floppò alla grande in USA per il fatto che la pellicola fosse stata girata in italiano e successivamente doppiata. Gli americani non sono affatto abituati/propensi al doppiaggio e questo nonostante avessero scelto nomi importanti per la loro versione.
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News:

* Tom Hanks è in trattative per interpetare Geppetto nel live action di Pinocchio (per la gioia di Winnie e Pimpi è sfatata la partecipazione di Brad Pitt Roftl.gif ).
* Le riprese dovrebbero iniziare a fine maggio 2019

Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

Tom Hanks in Early Talks to Play Geppetto in Disney's Live-Action 'Pinocchio'

'Paddington' filmmaker Paul King is attached to direct.
Pinocchio may have a new puppeteer.

Tom Hanks is in early talks to play Geppetto in Disney's live-action adaptation of its classic animation that Paul King, the filmmaker behind the excellent Paddington movies, is attached to direct.

The project is the next remake to go before cameras as part of the studio's successful strategy updating its beloved movies, which shows no signs of lagging interest. Last week The Lion King trailer became the second most-viewed trailer in history.

Released in 1940, Pinocchio was the second animated film made by Disney, after 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. It adapted the Italian story by Carlo Collodi about a wooden boy puppet crafted by an old carver named Geppetto. The puppet is brought to life by a fairy who says he will become a real boy if he shows bravery. The character of Jiminy Cricket becomes his de facto conscience and tries to steer him in the right direction. What follows is a series of adventures that include Pinocchio being kidnapped to be part of a puppet show, getting turned into a donkey and being swallowed by a whale.

Chris Weitz and his Depth of Field partner Andrew Miano are producing. Jack Thorne, who penned the surprise hit Wonder, is rewriting the script. Weitz previously worked on the script.

Currently, there is a competing Pinocchio project in the works at Netflix, with Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro set to write and direct a stop-motion musical based on the Italian story by Carlo Collodi for the streamer.

Hanks, who is repped by CAA, recently wrapped production of Sony's Mr. Rogers biopic. He last starred in The Post and is also reprising the voice of toy cowboy Woody for next year's Toy Story 4.

One possible complication for any deal is Hank's next gig, the Amblin sci-fi project Bios. Bios is looking to shoot next year starting in February, which could conflict with Pinocchio's wished upon start, late May.




PS: secondo noi metteranno Jennifer Lawrence a fare la Fata dai Capelli Turchini...
Klauz_star
Brad pitt nel ruolo di geppetto non va assolutamente bene... Tom Hanks sarà più credibile

Ma la fata?
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Notizia:

* Paul King non sarà più il regista di Pinocchio.

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Dal sito Twitter DiscussFilm:

Paul King Will No Longer Direct Disney’s Live-Action ‘PINOCCHIO’ Film. (EXCLUSIVE)

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Dal sito The Disinsider:

Director Paul King Will No Longer Helm Disney’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’

For those excited about Disney’s live-action Pinocchio remake. There is a bit of bad news. As the film has been delayed.

In a recent interview with Discussing Film, the films cinematographer Seamus McGarvey, has revealed that director Paul King (Paddington 2) walked away from the project due to “family reasons.” Disney is currently searching for a new director.

McGarvey also revealed the film is delayed, and will likely shoot sometime in June-July, and with a new director would possibly mean McGarvey would also be off the project, but that could change.

Just last month it was revealed that Tom Hanks (Toy Story franchise) was in talks to star in the project as the fatherly figure Geppetto.

Chris Weitz (Rogue One, Cinderella) wrote the script, and will be produced by his production company, Depth of Field, with Weitz and Andrew Miano producing.

Released in 1940, Pinocchio was the second animated movie made by Disney, after 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. It adapted the Italian story by Carlo Collodi about a wooden boy puppet crafted by an old carver named Geppetto. The boy is brought to life by a fairy who says he will become a real boy if he shows bravery. The character of Jiminy Cricket becomes his de facto conscience and tried to steer him in the right direction. What follows is a series of adventures that include Pinocchio being kidnapped to be part of a puppet show, getting turned into a donkey, and being swallowed by a whale.

Pinocchio currently has no release date as of yet.
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Cambio di sceneggiatore per il film.
La prima sceneggiatura scritta da Chris Weitz (autore di Cenerentola e Rogue One) sarà rivista da Jack Thorne, autore dell'opera teatrale Harry Potter e la maledizione dell'erede.

Dal sito The Disinsider:

Disney’s Live-Action ‘Pinocchio’ To Get A Rewrite From ‘Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’ Playwright Jack Thorne, Shooting This Summer

It looks like Disney is going back to the drawing board with their live-action adaptation of their animated classic Pinocchio.

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Playwright Jack Thorne has been brought on to rewrite the script for the film. Chris Weitz (Rogue One, Cinderella) wrote the first draft.

The studio is aiming to begin production in June in both the UK and Italy and is expected to shoot through September. The film will have a budget of over $150 million, Disney’s live-action remakes of Beauty and the Beast and The Jungle Book had similar budgets, so expect the House of Mouse to put Pinocchio on a grand scale visually.

In an interview with Discussing Film back in January, the film’s cinematographer Seamus McGarvey had revealed that director Paul King (Paddington 2) walked away from the project due to “family reasons.” Disney is currently searching for a new director. Tom Hanks (Toy Story franchise) was in talks to star in the project as the fatherly figure Geppetto, but it appears he may have left the project as well.

Released in 1940, Pinocchio was the second animated movie made by Disney, after 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. It adapted the Italian story by Carlo Collodi about a wooden boy puppet crafted by an old carver named Geppetto. The boy is brought to life by a fairy who says he will become a real boy if he shows bravery. The character of Jiminy Cricket becomes his de facto conscience and tried to steer him in the right direction. What follows is a series of adventures that include Pinocchio being kidnapped to be part of a puppet show, getting turned into a donkey, and being swallowed by a whale.

Pinocchio currently has no release date as of yet.
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Di film su Pinocchio se ne sono fatti tanti e tanti nel corso degli anni, spero questo sia fedele alla versione Disney...
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