Another day, another Disney animated film gets the live-action treatment. Like a lot of these things (and let's face it, nearly every major movie out there), the film will be a live-action/CG hybrid. While Lilo & Stitch wasn't a box office success by any means, taking home $145 million domestically at the box office, over the years it has gained traction and become one of the studios most underrated and adored properties.
I guess sooner or later, every animated Disney film will have a live-action remake. However, it isn't clear if it's being eyed for cinemas or the upcoming Disney streaming service.
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The original Lilo and Stitch opened in 2002, and followed a lonely girl who befriends an alien. The movie tells the tale of a young girl's encounter with an extraterrestrial, who is wanted by others in the galaxy. Thing is, Stitch is not so much a dog as he is a genetic experiment who has escaped from an alien planet and crash-landed on Earth. It would be a bit like E.T. The studio has tapped Mike Van Waes (The Conjuring) to write the script.
That's right - per The Hollywood Reporter, which first broke the news, Disney is producing a live-action/CGI hybrid remake of the beloved animated 2002 film, adding to its ever-growing library of live-action remakes, including Cinderella, The Jungle Book, and Beauty and the Beast, as well as upcoming new versions of Aladdin, Mulan, Dumbo, and The Lion King.
Lin and Eirich's live-action adaptation of Aladdin, directed by Guy Ritchie, is due out on May 24, 2019.