If you’ve been paying attention to movie news over the past year, then you’re probably aware that Disney has been digging around in their vault for inspiration by giving some of their animated classics the live-action treatment with revisionist takes on the same story, or spin-offs following other characters from the movie.
Just this year alone we’ve gotten word of Tim Burton directing Dumbo, Alex Ross Perry writing Winnie the Pooh, and Reese Witherspoon starring in a Tinkerbell movie, not to mention live-action takes on Mulan, Pinocchio, Prince Charming and now an Aladdin prequel called Genies.
It’s a lot to keep track of, but thankfully, a helpful new chart has surfaced online to help Disney fans keep track of all the sequels, spin-offs and remakes from the past and the future, and there’s even some interesting information to be gleaned from the chart as well. Check out the Disney sequel spin-off chart after the jump! Read More »
Posted on Thursday, November 20th, 2014 by Angie Han
Melissa McCarthy has a knack for playing big personalities, but one of her next roles will be very very small. She’s set to play the fairy Tinker Bell in an untitled new movie directed by Shawn Levy, described as a comedy adventure that’ll bring a new spin to the classic Peter Pan tale. Hit the jump for more details on the Melissa McCarthy Tinker Bell project. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, January 18th, 2012 by Angie Han
Back in 2010, Elizabeth Banks was cast as the lead role in Tink, Disney’s live-action feature centered around Peter Pan’s beloved fairy sidekick Tinkerbell. At the time, we knew only that the energetic Banks seemed like perfect casting for the character, but we got a better idea of what to expect from the project when Marti Noxon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fright Night) signed on to pen the rewrite last fall. Noxon likened the film to Disney’s Enchanted, and now Banks is comparing Tink to another popular fish-out-of-water tale — Jon Favreau’s modern holiday favorite Elf. Read Banks’ comments after the jump.
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Tinkerbell has already appeared in film four times now—first in the silent 1924 version of Peter Pan; most memorably in the ’50s animated classic; later in Spielberg’s Hook, where she was played by Julia Roberts; and most recently in 2003’s Peter Pan, as portrayed by the gorgeous (and frequently clothesless) Ludivine Sagnier. But never before has the character been the star of her own theatrically-released feature.
Elizabeth Banks will star as Tinkerbell in Tink, a live-action romantic comedy from Disney which “plays with the mischievous nature of the Tinkerbell character”. Learn more after the break. Read More »
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