Recently, the public has not spared critical arrows at Disney cartoons remakes. The Chinese are smashing the Mulan teaser because of their careless attitude to the history and culture of the Middle Kingdom, and the first viewers of The Lion King accuse the picture of the absence of special Disney magic. Instead of slowing down the conveyor and working on the bugs, House of Mouse is planning another remake.|
The studio is currently preparing films based on 101 Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone, The Little Mermaid, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Pinocchio and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Rumors have surfaced today that a playable version of the 41st Disney feature film Atlantis: The Lost World could be added to this list.
The action-adventure game by Gary Truesdale and Kirk Wise was released in 2001 and received conflicting press reviews. Some critics praised the creators of the cartoon for trying to move from fantasy to sci-fi genre, while others lamented the lack of traditional Disney songs and dances. Financial analysts are still arguing whether Atlantis has reached the level of self-sufficiency: the global collection of the film stopped at $ 186 million, and the production budget was either 90 or 120 million dollars.
The animated film tells about the adventures of the cartographer and linguist Milo Thatch, who vowed to find Atlantis. The voice of the scientist was presented by Michael J. Fox ("Back to the Future"). It is rumored that the authors of the remake have already looked after a replacement for him. The Smithsonian may be played by MCU star Tom Holland. Curiously, the Briton is currently assigned to the role of another fearless adventurer - Nathan Drake from the Uncharted video game franchise.
It should be noted that representatives of the actor and the Disney studio are in no hurry to confirm the information about the start of work on the game version of Atlantis.
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