Disney + is preparing a remake of the Robin Hood animated Disney classic from 1976. Variety announces that the studios are bringing Kari Granlund, who signed Lady and the live-action slider for Disney +, to work on the script.
Justin Springer, who produced Dumbo’s Disney remake, will now sign the Robin Hood remake. Like the Jungle Book and Dumbo remakes, the upcoming Robin Hood movie will mix computer graphics with live-action. The remake of Robin Hood will mark the final step in a series of Disney animations that have been recreated in live-action or other innovative formulas. It is also one of the most visible movie projects for Disney’s increasingly popular streaming service, which it recently announced has exceeded 50 million subscribers globally.
The Disney + platform is known for its vast content and popular TV series. The Mandalorian, the Star Wars spin-off, continues to be the most debated original streaming service project with a considerable margin of popularity, and Marvel Cinematic Universe series such as The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki and WandaVision is the most anticipated. projects.
Disney will also release Artemis Fowl, inspired by the 2001 self-titled novel, directly on Disney +.