Byumar faridy, writer at
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With The Jungle Book trailer being released, one can't help but wonder which Disney Original will get the live action treatment next. Here's a list of what we've seen so far from the big D:

  • Cinderella (2015)
  • Alice in Wonderland (2010)
  • Maleficent (2014)
  • The Jungle Book (2016)
  • Beauty and the Beast (2017)

I might have missed some, please let me know if I did in the comments. Anyways, here are 5 classics I want to see as Live-Action Adaptions

1. Mulan

The story of Mulan was beautifully written in the animated movie, and I think it would be awesome to see a live-action Mulan. Imagine a recreation of that snowy mountain fight, awesome. Of course with the war, it would be much darker than the original, and possibly more violent. Still, imagine a live-action Shan-Yu. Creepy.

2. Hercules

Of course, Hercules already has so many movie adaptions, but I'm talking about an adaption of the animated movie. Having Hades as a villain with Pain and Panick, Pegasus, a clumsy version of Hercules at the beginning, and awesome fight with the Hydra and BOOM. I think it would work.

3. Pocahontas


Imagine it, it would be amazing. The scenery would be great, it would truly be a film of nature. Imagine hearing some classic songs from the film, like "Colors of The Wind" or "Savages". Plus you have the beautiful scenes with Grandmother Willow, an actual fight between Native Americans and The Explorers, and Meeko.

4. The Hunchback of Notre Dame

All I have to say for this one is, I really want to see a Live Action Judge Frollo. The actual concept of the movie would be great too, including the intense fight at the end. I also just want to hear "Hellfire" being sung out loud. I really want a live-action Claude Frollo, like alot.

Honorable Mentions

  • Sleeping Beauty
  • Peter Pan
  • Lion King
  • Pinocchio
  • Bambi
  • The Princess and the Frog

1. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Hear me out please, then attack me in the comments. It obviously wouldn't be the classic Winnie the Pooh, but the story of a young boy with a troubled life named Christopher Robin. When Christopher comes home, he immerses himself into his own made up world called the Hundred Acre Woods, where many fantastic creatures dwell.


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