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Disney+ is arriving this year and it already looks like a major competitor in the streaming market. In addition to a line-up of promising new television shows, the service will premiere a number of original Disney movies – some of which sound like they could have been full-fledged theatrical releases just a few years ago.
Adaptations of popular YA novels, live-action remakes of animated classics, reboots of beloved franchises…here are all of the Disney+ movies we know about so far.
Men - Baby - Remake - Comedy - Leonard
3 Men and a Baby: A remake of the 1987 comedy directed by Leonard Nimoy about three bachelor roommates who take care of a baby who is abandoned at their apartment. Release date unknown.
Father of the Bride: A remake of the 1991 Steve Martin comedy, itself a remake of the 1950 Spencer Tracy comedy, about a father dealing with his daughter getting married and the extravagant wedding he has to organize and pay for. No talent has been announced yet. Release date unknown.
Honey - Kids - Remake - Film - Sequels
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: A remake of the well-liked 1989 film (which saw two less-liked sequels and a bad television spin-off) about a scientist whose latest experiment accidentally shrinks his children. Cue a grand adventure in the wild jungles of the, well, yard. No talent has been announced yet. Release date unknown.
The Parent Trap: A remake of the 1998 comedy of the same name, which was a remake of a the 1961 comedy of the same name, this is the classic story of two separated twins who reunite and swap places as part of a scheme to reunite their parents. No talent has been announced. Release date unknown.
Phineas - Ferb - Movie - Cartoon - Series
The Phineas and Ferb Movie: The beloved cartoon series gets a feature-length follow-up, which “centers on Phineas and Ferb as they set out across the galaxy to rescue Candace who has been...
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