A few months ago, while Mulan did 'was not yet available , there were many rumors that Disney was preparing a “live” version of Hercules. Indeed, after The Lion King, Aladdin and Mulan, Disney was considering adapting its 1997 cartoon to film. At the turn of a podcast, the information was confirmed by the American producer Joe Russo.
A (real) Hercules movie wellearly at Disney
Anyone who still remembers the excellent Hercules of 1997 (including Patrick Timsit for the voice of Philoctète), will be delighted (and / or surprised) to learn that Disney is currently preparing adaptation in real shots. A feature film that is currently being written.
During the Lights Camera Barstool podcast, Joe Russo explains: “ The should be completed in a week. We took a lot of time and care to work it out. It’s a movie that was really important to me and my kids, who loved it when they were little. So we all have a strong emotional bond with him. ”
The producer therefore intends to offer a faithful adaptation of Hercules, buthowever promises to "build a complete universe", in order to go "beyond the narrative". It is difficult at the moment to know exactly what Disney intends to offer with this film adaptation of Hercules, and it will undoubtedly be necessary to wait still very long months to discover a first glimpse.
Indeed, if the scenario is about to be finished, the film Hercules does not have any official director. It will also be interesting to know which actors will be chosen for the film, and if all the (excellent) songs from the 1997 cartoon will be kept. Regarding the latter, animation began at the beginning of 1995 at Disney and required nearly 700 artists, with the first use for the American giant of the technique of digital morphing.
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