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Tag Archives: live action
Photo courtesy Flickr user stevendepolo via CC-License Ever since the 2010 release of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, live-action remakes have been a popular topic for Disney. After hearing about Disney’s plans for making a live-action version of Snow White and … Continue reading
According to a story on Deadline.com, Disney has hired one of Hollywood’s most successful funnymen of the last few years to turn a Japanese romantic comedy comic book into a film appropriate for American audiences. Robert Ben Garant, who with … Continue reading
Ben Child asks a very intriguing question: Does the idea of Pixar – or rather, Pixar’s people – moving into live action appeal to you? And do you expect to see Stanton thrive in his new arena, or struggle to … Continue reading
There are few of my favorite childhood movies that hold as special a place as BedKnobs And Broomsticks. Although it was produced after Walt Disney’s death, it continued the Mary Poppins tradition of combining live action with animation, brought on … Continue reading