List of Disney live-action adaptations and remakes of Disney animated films

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This is a list of live-action or photorealistic remakes produced by Walt Disney Pictures of its animated films. The list also includes the film's sequels and spin-offs within their universe. This list does not include remakes of live-action/animation hybrid films (such as Pete's Dragon), animated films that were produced by another studio and later adapted as live-action films by Disney, live-action films another studio made based on the same story as a Disney feature, which were later acquired (such as the direct to video release The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story), or based on animated television shows (such as Kim Possible or Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers).

Released[edit]

Film Original film Release date Director(s) Screenwriter(s) Producer(s) Co-production with Ref.
Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book The Jungle Book (1967) December 25, 1994 Stephen Sommers Stephen Sommers, Ronald Yanover, and Mark Geldman Edward S. Feldman and Raju Patel Baloo Productions and Jungle Book Films [1]
101 Dalmatians One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) November 27, 1996 Stephen Herek John Hughes John Hughes and Ricardo Mestres Great Oaks Entertainment [2]
102 Dalmatians One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)[a] November 22, 2000 Kevin Lima Kristen Buckley, Brian Regan, Bob Tzudiker, and Noni White Edward S. Feldman Cruella Productions and Kanzaman S.A.M. Films [3]
Alice in Wonderland Alice in Wonderland (1951)[b] March 5, 2010 Tim Burton Linda Woolverton Richard D. Zanuck, Joe Roth, Suzanne Todd, and Jennifer Todd The Zanuck Company, Roth Films, and Team Todd [4][5]
Maleficent Sleeping Beauty (1959)[c] May 30, 2014 Robert Stromberg Joe Roth Roth Films [6][7]
[8]
Cinderella Cinderella (1950) March 13, 2015 Kenneth Branagh Chris Weitz Simon Kinberg, Allison Shearmur, and David Barron Kinberg Genre, Allison Shearmur Productions, and Beagle Pug Films [9][10]
[11][12]
The Jungle Book The Jungle Book (1967) April 15, 2016 Jon Favreau Justin Marks Jon Favreau and Brigham Taylor Fairview Entertainment [13][14]
[15]
Alice Through the Looking Glass Alice in Wonderland (1951)[d] May 27, 2016 James Bobin Linda Woolverton Joe Roth, Suzanne Todd, Jennifer Todd, and Tim Burton Roth Films, Team Todd, and Tim Burton Productions [16]
Beauty and the Beast Beauty and the Beast (1991) March 17, 2017 Bill Condon Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman Mandeville Films [17][18]
[19]
Christopher Robin Winnie the Pooh films[e] August 3, 2018 Marc Forster Alex Ross Perry, Tom McCarthy, and Allison Schroeder (screenplay)
Greg Brooker and Mark Steven Johnson (story)
Brigham Taylor and Kristin Burr 2DUX² [20]
Dumbo Dumbo (1941) March 29, 2019 Tim Burton Ehren Kruger Justin Springer, Ehren Kruger, Derek Frey, and Katterli Frauenfelder Tim Burton Productions, Infinite Detective Productions, and Secret Machine Entertainment [20]
Aladdin Aladdin (1992) May 24, 2019 Guy Ritchie John August and Guy Ritchie Dan Lin and Jonathan Elrich Rideback [20]
The Lion King[f] The Lion King (1994) July 19, 2019 Jon Favreau Jeff Nathanson Jon Favreau, Karen Gilchrist and Jeffrey Silver Fairview Entertainment [22][20]
[23]
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Sleeping Beauty (1959)[g] October 18, 2019 Joachim Rønning Linda Woolverton, Noah Harpster, and Micah Fitzerman-Blue Joe Roth, Angelina Jolie and Duncan Henderson Roth/Kirschenbaum Films [24][25]
Lady and the Tramp[h] Lady and the Tramp (1955) November 12, 2019 Charlie Bean Andrew Bujalski and Kari Granlund Brigham Taylor Taylor Made [5][26]
[27]
Mulan[i] Mulan (1998) September 4, 2020 Niki Caro Elizabeth Martin, Lauren Hynek, Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver Chris Bender, Tendo Nagenda, Jason T. Reed, and Jake Weiner Jason T. Reed Productions and Good Fear Productions [28][29]
[30]
Cruella[i] One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)[j] May 28, 2021[31] Craig Gillespie Dana Fox and Tony McNamara (screenplay)
Aline Brosh McKenna, Kelly Marcel and Steve Zissis (story)
Andrew Gunn, Marc Platt, and Kristin Burr Gunn Films and Marc Platt Productions [25][32]
[33][34]
[35][36]
[37][38]
Pinocchio[h] Pinocchio (1940) September 8, 2022 Robert Zemeckis Chris Weitz and Robert Zemeckis Chris Weitz, Robert Zemeckis, Derek Hogue, and Andrew Milano ImageMovers and Depth of Field Studios [39][40]
[41][42]
[43][44]
[45]
[46]

Upcoming[edit]

Film Original film Release date Director(s) Screenwriter(s) Producer(s) Co-production with Ref.
The Little Mermaid The Little Mermaid (1989) May 26, 2023 Rob Marshall Jane Goldman and David Magee Rob Marshall, John DeLuca, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Marc Platt Lucamar Productions, Marc Platt Productions, and 5000 Broadway Productions [47][48]
[49]
Peter Pan & Wendy[h] Peter Pan (1953) 2023 David Lowery David Lowery and Toby Halbrooks Joe Roth and Jim Whitaker Whitaker Entertainment and Roth/Kirschenbaum Films [50][51]

[52][53]
[54]
Snow White Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) March 22, 2024 Marc Webb Erin Cressida Wilson and Greta Gerwig Marc Platt Marc Platt Productions [55][56]
Mufasa: The Lion King[k] The Lion King (1994)[l] July 5, 2024 Barry Jenkins Jeff Nathanson Adele Romanski and Mark Ceryak Fairview Entertainment [57][58]
Hercules Hercules (1997) TBA Guy Ritchie Dave Callaham Anthony and Joe Russo, Jeffery Silver, and Karen Gilchrist AGBO [59]
[60]
Untitled Aladdin sequel Aladdin (1992)[m] TBA John Gatins and Andrea Berloff Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich Rideback [61][62]
[63]
Untitled The Jungle Book sequel The Jungle Book (1967)[n] Jon Favreau Justin Marks Jon Favreau and Brigham Taylor Fairview Entertainment [64]
Hunchback The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) TBA David Henry Hwang David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Josh Gad, and Don Hahn Mandeville Films [65][66]
Untitled Cruella sequel One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)[o] Craig Gillespie Tony McNamara Jeff Nathanson Gunn Films and Marc Platt Productions [67]
Tink Tinker Bell (2008) TBA Victoria Strouse, Maria Melnik Reese Witherspoon Hello Sunshine [68][69]
[70]
The Sword in the Stone[h] The Sword in the Stone (1963) Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Bryan Cogman Brigham Taylor TBA [71][72]
[73]
Robin Hood[h] Robin Hood (1973) Carlos López Estrada Kari Granlund Justin Springer [74]
Untitled Prince Anders film[h] Aladdin (1992)[p] TBA Jordan Dunn, Michael Kvamme, Shane Andries and Chris Smith TBA [75][76]
[77]
Bambi Bambi (1942) Chris Weitz, Paul Weitz, and Andrew Miano Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Lindsey Beer Depth of Field Studios [78]
The Aristocats The Aristocats (1970) Will Gluck and Keith Bunin Will Gluck Olive Bridge Entertainment [citation needed]
Lilo & Stitch Lilo & Stitch (2002) Dean Fleischer Camp TBA Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich Rideback [79][80]
[81][82]

Other projects[edit]

In 2016, Walt Disney Pictures had re-acquired the film rights to The Chronicles of Prydain, on which the animated film The Black Cauldron was based, with the intention to adapt the book series into a live-action film series. The project was in early development at the Walt Disney Studios with no director, producer, or screenwriter attached yet. Since then, there has been no new news about the project.[83]

In January 2022, Jennifer Lee revealed that Stella Meghie, writer and director of Tiana, wanted to develop a live-action adaptation of The Princess and the Frog.[84]

Scrapped projects[edit]

A live-action film based on Prince Charming (of Cinderella and other fairy tales), titled Charming, entered development in 2017 with Stephen Chbosky writing and directing.[85] A prequel to Aladdin titled Genies, written by Mark Swift and Damian Shannon and produced by Tripp Vinson, was announced in 2015.[86] In March 2016, the studio announced a new film in development titled Rose Red, a live-action spin-off of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs which was to be told from the perspective of Snow White's sister, Rose Red.[86][87] The film was to be produced by Vinson and written by Justin Merz,[87] Evan Daugherty,[87] and Kristin Gore.[88] Brie Larson was considered for the title role.[88] In May 2021, it was reported that all of those projects were scrapped.[81]

Alan Menken confirmed that the Disney Classic film, Pocahontas, will not be remade as a live-action adaptation in the near future. According to Menken, it is deemed impossible due to modern sensibilities.[89]

Reception[edit]

Box office performance[edit]

Many Disney remakes rank along the highest grossing films upon their release; currently, The Lion King (8th), Beauty and the Beast (19th), Aladdin (39th), and Alice in Wonderland (45th) are on the list. The Lion King is also the highest grossing animated film of all time [q] and the List of highest-grossing musical film of all time. It also set the record for the biggest opening for an animated film and a musical before Frozen II surpassed both records in November that year.

Film U.S. release date Box office gross All-time ranking Budget Ref.
U.S. and Canada Other territories Worldwide U.S. and Canada Worldwide
The Jungle Book December 25, 1994 $43,229,904 1,950 3,098 $30 million [92]
101 Dalmatians November 27, 1996 $136,189,294 $184,500,000 $320,689,294 428 422 $75 million [93]
102 Dalmatians November 22, 2000 $66,957,026 $116,654,745 $183,611,771 1,186 898 $85 million [94]
Alice in Wonderland March 5, 2010 $334,191,110 $691,276,000 $1,025,467,110 65 44 $200 million [95]
Maleficent May 30, 2014 $241,410,378 $517,129,407 $758,539,785 138 93 $180 million [96]
Cinderella March 13, 2015 $201,151,353 $342,363,000 $543,514,353 201 179 $95 million [97]
The Jungle Book April 15, 2016 $364,001,123 $602,549,477 $966,550,600 48 43 $175 million [98]
Alice Through the Looking Glass May 27, 2016 $77,041,381 $222,415,643 $299,457,024 1,011 470 $170 million [99]
Beauty and the Beast March 17, 2017 $504,014,165 $759,506,961 $1,263,521,126 14 16 $160 million [100]
Christopher Robin August 3, 2018 $99,215,042 $98,529,335 $197,744,377 746 834 $75 million [101]
Dumbo March 29, 2019 $114,766,307 $238,518,314 $353,284,621 592 371 $170 million [102]
Aladdin May 24, 2019 $355,559,216 $695,134,737 $1,050,693,953 51 34 $183 million [103]
The Lion King July 19, 2019 $543,638,043 $1,113,305,351 $1,656,943,394 11 7 $260 million [104]
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil October 18, 2019 $113,929,605 $377,800,484 $491,730,089 608 220 $185 million [105]
Mulan September 4, 2020 [r] $69,965,374 $69,965,374 [r] 2,429 $200 million [106]
Cruella May 28, 2021 $86,103,234 $142,914,031 $229,017,265 897 702[107] $100 million [108]
Total $3,281,397,181 $6,172,562,859 $9,410,280,717 $2,343,000,000

Critical and public response[edit]

Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore
The Jungle Book (1994) 80%[109] 63[110] A−[111]
101 Dalmatians 41%[112] 49[113] A[111]
102 Dalmatians 31%[114] 35[115] B+[111]
Alice in Wonderland 51%[116] 53[117] A−[111]
Maleficent 53%[118] 56[119] A[111]
Cinderella 83%[120] 67[121] A[111]
The Jungle Book (2016) 94%[122] 77[123] A[111]
Alice Through the Looking Glass 29%[124] 34[125] A−[111]
Beauty and the Beast 71%[126] 65[127] A[111]
Christopher Robin 72%[128] 60[129] A[111]
Dumbo 45%[130] 51[131] A−[111]
Aladdin 57%[132] 53[133] A[111]
The Lion King 52%[134] 55[135] A[111]
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil 39%[136] 43[137] A[111]
Lady and the Tramp 65%[138] 48[139]
Mulan 73%[140] 66[141] [r]
Cruella 74%[142] 59[143] A[111]
Pinocchio 27%[144] 38[145]

Academy Award wins and nominations[edit]

Film Category Recipient Result Ref.
102 Dalmatians Costume Design Anthony Powell Nominated [146]
Alice in Wonderland Art Direction Robert Stromberg and Karen O'Hara Won [147]
Costume Design Colleen Atwood
Visual Effects Ken Ralston, David Schaub, Carey Villegas, and Sean Phillips Nominated
Maleficent Costume Design Anna B. Sheppard Nominated [148]
Cinderella Sandy Powell Nominated [149]
The Jungle Book (2016) Visual Effects Robert Legato, Dan Lemmon, Andrew R. Jones, and Adam Valdez Won [150]
Beauty and the Beast Costume Design Jacqueline Durran Nominated [151]
Production Design Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer
Christopher Robin Visual Effects Christopher Lawrence, Michael Eames, Theo Jones, and Chris Corbould Nominated [152]
The Lion King Robert Legato, Adam Valdez, Andrew R. Jones, and Elliot Newman Nominated [153]
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Makeup and Hairstyling Paul Gooch, Arjen Tuiten, and David White Nominated [153]
Mulan Costume Design Bina Daigeler Nominated [154]
Visual Effects Sean Faden, Anders Langlands, Seth Maury, and Steven Ingram
Cruella Costume Design Jenny Beavan Won [155]
Makeup and Hairstyling Nadia Stacey, Naomi Donne, and Julia Vernon Nominated

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 102 Dalmatians is a sequel to 101 Dalmatians.
  2. ^ Alice in Wonderland (2010) acts as a sequel to Alice in Wonderland (1951).
  3. ^ Maleficent is a spin-off of Sleeping Beauty.
  4. ^ Alice Through the Looking Glass is a sequel to Alice in Wonderland (2010).
  5. ^ Christopher Robin acts as a sequel to the Winnie the Pooh franchise, mainly the Walt Disney Animation Studios-made Winnie the Pooh films.
  6. ^ The film, aside from its opening shot, was made with photorealistic computer animation.[21]
  7. ^ Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is a sequel to Maleficent (2014).
  8. ^ a b c d e f Released as a Disney+ original.
  9. ^ a b The film was released through Disney+ streaming service with a premium fee due to the effects of COVID-19 restrictions. However, it also had a theatrical release in several countries where theaters were open.
  10. ^ Cruella is a prequel to 101 Dalmatians (1996).
  11. ^ The film will be made with photorealistic computer animation.
  12. ^ The film is a prequel/sequel to The Lion King (2019).
  13. ^ The film is a sequel to Aladdin (2019).
  14. ^ The film is a sequel to The Jungle Book (2016).
  15. ^ The film is a sequel to Cruella (2021).
  16. ^ The film is a spin-off of Aladdin (2019).
  17. ^ Disney, which produced The Lion King (2019), considered the film to be live-action despite most of the film (aside from its opening shot) being made with photorealistic computer animation.[90] Others, such as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (presenter of the Golden Globe Awards), deemed it to be animated based on specified criteria.[91]
  18. ^ a b c Mulan was released through Disney+ streaming service with a premium fee due to the effects of COVID-19 restrictions. However, it also had a theatrical release in several countries where theaters were open.

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