Should Disney stop turning animated classics into live-action movies? | The Tylt

Should Disney stop turning animated classics into live-action movies?

Disney recently announced the full live-action cast of the classic animated film, "The Lion King." Following the success of live-action films "The Jungle Book" and "Beauty and the Beast," Disney is planning a whole slate of live-action reboots. So far, moviegoers have responded well to the Disney reboots, but critics argue so many reboots might ruin their childhoods memories of animated Disney. What do you think?

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Live action "The Jungle Book" made $966 million worldwide at the box office. The live-action adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast" made $1.2 billion globally at the box office, becoming one of the commercially successful films ever made. Moviegoers love Disney in live action.

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And fans are feeling the live-action cast of "The Lion King." 

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Even with the cast, there are skeptics of the live-action version of "The Lion King."

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There are just too many reboots at this point.

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Should Disney stop turning animated classics into live-action movies?
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A festive crown for the winner
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