Well it has James Earl Jones magnificent voice.
Be Prepared is in the movie though.That's what you get for taking out Be Prepared.
Regardless, I still think it will reach a billion. It just needs to be at around 50% for people to consider watching. Aladdin's on it's way to a billion despite mediocre reviews and it's not nearly as beloved as The Lion King.
Aladdin had a visual aspect going for it that seems to be missing in the Lion King thoughI'm pretty sure Lion King's box office is about as review-proof as you can get. Aladdin had similar negative clip reactions (Genie for Aladdin, the recent Simba/Timon & Pumbaa clip for Lion King), similar Rotten Tomatoes score, less star power/nostalgia factor and STILL is gonna hit a billion.
Live-action, or in this case a realistic art style, is more of an attention grabber than taking a stylized cartoon and turning it into another stylized cartoon.
Sure but it clearly is making the movies suffer from an aesthetic standpoint. At the very least, I think remaking the top-tier movies were a mistake only because the expectations are that much higher to reach.
If this were any other studio they wouldn't be able to catch a break. The expectations of a Disney remake, while at times high, is a lot lower compared to others. People are really drawn to their IP.
That one, and both the Chainsaw and Friday remakes I all remember being solid, but I haven't seen them since release
I don't care for Avatar, but I completely agree.
Avatar took 238 days to reach its mark. Endgame is on day 75. It'll reach $2.788b in less than half the time Avatar did.It's been a long, weird road.
It's certainly not as impressive that it took this long for Endgame to limp over the finish line, but I do still think it deserves that crown.
Avatar still deserves plenty of respect for climbing so high the way that it did. Same goes for Endgame though. They're just two very different success stories, rather than the "one pulverizes the other go team go" kind of saga that a lot of people wanted.
yeah it definitely seems like a Cameron thing. No Star Wars or Avatar in December 2020 couldn't have been the initial plan.
West Side Story.
I don't know, I could see West Side Story being a repeat of Mary Poppins Returns.