Since 2010′s "Alice in Wonderland", Disney's strategy of remaking its animated classics as (presumptively) live-action films has been highly lucrative, grossing over $8 billion worldwide, and the studio shows no signs of slowing down.
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Geneva Robertson-Dworet, the co-writer of films such as Tomb Raider and Captain Marvel, will pen the screenplay in collaboration with Lindsey Beer. According to the report, Peter and Wendy, a live action remake of Peter Pan, is heading straight to the streaming service.
Grim subject matter notwithstanding, it's not hard to understand why Disney would be interested in adding Bambi to its ever-growing list of live-action remakes. The new film will employ the same photo-realistic CGI used by Disney in the two earlier project. So ask yourself, does anyone-let alone children-want to see those scenes in a live-action world?
The Hollywood Reporter, however, reports that the studio is aware of the less weighty plot of Bambi and is not aiming to shoehorn a larger narrative onto the classic tale.
Next up on the live-action remake front is Mulan, which stars Yifei Liu as the titular heroine and is scheduled to hit theaters on March 27, 2020.