Disney gives green light for ‘Robin Hood’ live-action remake

According to the Heat Vision website, Walt Disney Studios has given the green light for a live-action remake of the animated classic ‘Robin Hood’.

Details on the project have not been released, but director Carlos Lopez Estrada (“Blind Spot”) is known to be on board to helm the project.

Justin Springer will be the producer. The film will premiere on the Disney + streaming service, in the footsteps of “ The Lady and the Tramp, ” and will recreate the animals via CGI.

The original animation was released in 1973 and directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, being the second feature film made after the death of director Walt Disney.

Long ago, in a distant land, an extraordinary story of courage and friendship unfolded. Robin Hood, a heroic fox, with his faithful bear companion, João Pequeno and his band of merry men conjure up the most famous, funny and daring deeds, one after another, to steal the greedy Prince João and bring happiness to the inhabitants of the forest. . ‘Robin Hood’ was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song, but only got 54% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.

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