15 Beloved Disney Movies In Remake With Real People

We have already had Alice in Wonderland, the Jungle Book and the Beauty and the Beast. But the party is far from over yet. There are even more classic cartoons which Disney is remaking in the coming years, with real actors. 

Here is the list of the 15 Disney movies in remake you can look forward to:

Dumbo (2019)

None other than Tim Burton awakens the elephant with the big ears. The trailer for Dumbo, which I have written about here, is entirely eminent and only makes the joy of expectation greater.

The film is released in March 2019.

Aladdin (2019)

The classic Aladdin is also in for a remake and is close to its release date. I can’t wait to see Will Smith in the role of Genie! Read more about the coming Aladdin here and watch the first trailer.

The film arrives in cinemas in May 2019.

Lion King (2019)

Simba is back on the big screen and I`m are very much looking forward to this one.

The cast is packed with stars, such as Donald Glover, Beyoncé and Last Week Tonight-host John Oliver. 

You can see the released teaser here.

The film premiered in July 2019.

Mulan (2020)

The unparalleled warrior Mulan re-emerges with actor Liu Yifei starring in the role. The film is expected to be released at some point in 2020.

The Little Mermaid

Ariel must find her prince again. There are neither actors nor premier dates yet, but the film will contain both the old song classics as well as new songs by Alan Menken, who also produced the music in the original cartoon.


Cruella will be a remake of 101 Dalmatians focusing on the horrible evil lady who wants fur. The film is about how Cruella became who she is. Emma Stone will play Cruella de Vil, and it seems like a perfect cast.

The movie hasn’t got any release date yet.

Peter Pan

It is not the first time that Peter Pan is brought to life, but now Disney will remake the boy who never grows up again. We genuinely believe this is a great idea.

Peter Pan – Tinkerbell

In addition to a film with Peter Pan, Tinkerbell also deserves her a movie. And no other than Reese Witherspoon plays the role of the exuberant fairy with the stardust.

The film has not yet received a release date.


One of the oldest Disney classics, Pinocchio, gets dusted off for the occasion. The wooden doll that becomes a real boy is also in for a remake, and it will be with the skilled Paddington instructor Paul King.

When we are allowed to see Pinocchio is still unknown.

The sword in the stone

The cartoon of the magic sword to be pulled from a stone must be re-recorded. It is even the Game of Thrones scriptwriter Bryan Cogman, who will be responsible for the film. It sounds promising!

The film has not yet been given a release date.

Rose Red

Disney’s very first cartoon, Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, finds its way to the big screen. But the film gets the twist that instead of Snow White it follows her sister Rose Red.

The date of the premiere is still uncertain.

Jungle Book 2

We have already received the first version of the Jungle book as a live-action movie. It had such a great success that Disney has announced a sequel. We are looking forward to seeing the terrifying Louie.

Maleficent 2

The film Maleficent follows the story of Sleeping Beauty from the witch’s perspective. Angelia Jolie was eminent in the role of the witch, and fortunately, she returns to the sequel which has not yet received a release date.

Night on Bald Mountain

This one gets gloomy. One of the darkest characters ever in the Disney universe is the demon Chernabog. It is part of an 11-minute frequency in Disney’s Fantasia.

The black demon now gets his feature film. No release date has been set yet.

Lilo & Stitch

The little girl from Hawaii and her blue alien pet returns in a new movie that blends live action with real actors and animated characters. We assume that this is Stitch.

It is not yet known whether movies will be premiered in cinemas or whether it will be released directly on Disney’s own upcoming streaming service, which will open next year. Nor is it known when the remake will be completed.

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