Disney Releases ‘Aladdin,’ ‘The Lion King’ And ‘Dumbo’ Live-Action Sneak Peeks

Disney Releases ‘Aladdin,’ ‘The Lion King’ And ‘Dumbo’ Live-Action Sneak Peeks

Las Vegas – The Walt Disney Firm was all about touting the live-action reboots of its traditional animated movies throughout its CinemaCon slate illustration in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Viewers members had been handled to sneak previews of “Aladdin,” “The Lion King” and “Dumbo” forward of every movie’s separate 2019 launch.

The studio’s Head of Distribution, Cathleen Taff, was available to ship the movie previews, first teasing that Man Ritchie’s directed “Aladdin,” coming in Might 2019, will embody “one thing for everybody.” After discussing the movie’s “jaw-dropping visuals” and “fantastic” solid, she touched on Will Smith’s portrayal of The Genie, a job made well-known by the late Robin Williams.

“Nobody can replicate the enduring efficiency of Robin Williams,” Taff acknowledged whereas gushing about Smith’s portrayal, calling it “A little bit Contemporary Prince, just a little Hitch and an entire lot of perspective.”

“I really like coming to work day-after-day,” Smith mentioned throughout a pre-recorded transient sneak peek of the movie. “Disney is aware of how you can do it.”

A preview of Tim Burton’s “Dumbo,” coming in March, was additionally included within the presentation, revealing the story will start the place the 1941 animated movie left off: with a flying elephant. The clips included photographs of Danny DeVito’s function as a ringleader in a circus made well-known by the younger hovering pachyderm.

Taff ended the presentation by taking part in an early improvement piece for “The Lion King,” coming in July 2019. The footage, directed by Jon Favreau, included an analogous opening to that of the 1994 animated movie with child Simba being lifted up by Rafiki on Satisfaction Rock in a scene soundtracked to “The Circle of Life.”

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