It seems like everyday there is some type of news about a Disney live-action movie.
Well to try and make it easier for all of us, we decided to make a list for all the upcoming movies!
1. Mulan (2019) - Disney announced at the D23 Expo that Mulan’s official release date had been pushed back to 2019.
2. Aladdin (2019) - During Disney's D23 Expo, It announced the cast for the film: Canadian actor Mena Massoud will play Aladdin, with Naomi Scott taking on the role of Princess Jasmine and Will Smith portraying Genie.
3. The Lion King (July 19, 2019) - Donald Glover will be playing Simba, with James Earl Jones reprising his role as Simba’s dad Mufasa. Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen will star as Timon and Pumbaa, respectively, while John Oliver will play Zazu.
4. The Little Mermaid (TBA) - Lin-Manuel Miranda and Disney vet Alan Menken are set to write new songs for the film. Don’t worry, the classics will still be there, so you can still sing along to “Under the Sea” or “Part of Your World." Sofia Coppola and Chloë Grace Moretz were previously tied to the project, but have since dropped out.
5. Dumbo (March 29, 2019) - Tim Burton’s remake promises a "unique family story," featuring a script from Transformers writer Ehren Kruger. Following months of rumors, Disney confirmed that Colin Farrell, Eva Green, Danny DeVito, and Michael Keaton will star in the film, along with newcomers Nico Parker and Finley Hobbins.
6. Snow White (TBA) - Fresh from their work on La La Land, songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul will create new tunes to accompany a script from The Girl on the Train writer Erin Cressida, so expect things to be scary and dark.
7. Pinocchio (TBA) - There hasn't been any new news about this live-action remake since it was announced.
8. The Sword in the Stone (TBA) - There hasn't been any new news about this live-action remake since it was announced.
9. Peter Pan (TBA) - Jeremy Sumpter’s 2003 Peter Pan remake will soon have a successor if and when this movie ever gets off the ground. Pete’s Dragon director David Lowery is attached and promises a straightforward adaptation of the classic.
10. Winnie the Pooh (TBA) - In November 2016, it was announced that Marc Foster (World War Z, Finding Neverland) was hired to direct Christopher Robin, a live-action film that will tell the story of Pooh’s BFF as an adult. One Variety source says, it's basically a family-oriented version of Seth MacFarlane’s Ted, sans dirty jokes.