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I am starting to feel like a broken record.
Disney is focusing on yet another live-action adaptation of animated film. This time they’re looking at a remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. And they’ve already got a director in mind to helm the project: The Amazing Spider-Man’s Marc Webb is the front-runner to direct. They’re also circling Girl on the Train screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson to pen the script. Nothing is finalized but Variety says that these two are the clear favorites.
For those who don’t know, Snow White tells the story of…what am I doing? Everyone knows the plot of Snow White, right? I think you HAVE to watch the film as a kid. It’s like a rite of passage for childhood.
This live-action take of Snow White is revving up years into the live-action craze that has enraptured Disney. That’s not surprising since Snow White has gotten plenty of time on screen in recent years from various studios, with Mirror Mirror and the semi-popular Snow White and the Huntsman series starring Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron. I’m assuming Disney was holding off on making their own live-action Snow White because of those projects. But now that every single one of their live-action remakes has been a hit, I’m not surprised that Disney is looking to get their own take on the story into production. They put Snow White on the map back in the 1930s and they’re probably feeling awfully possessive.
After Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Dumbo, Cinderalla and the upcoming Lion King, the real question is now which Disney film won’t get remade with real actors, actresses and locations? Disney still has quite a few properties up its sleeves and is showing no signs of slowing down. They will reach a point, however, when they’ll have to take on the more obscure titles like, say, The Aristocats or The Rescuers Down Under. Don’t put it past them! There’s a good chance they’ll do just that, especially if this Snow White ends up being a smash. It’s like they’re being encouraged by these mountains of money they’re making.
I’ll see it because I don’t want to hurt him
Even though we haven’t even laid eyes on Spider-Man: Far From Home we know that there will be a follow-up to it. Spider-Man 3, or whatever it is called (Spider-Man: Home Run? Spider-Man: Home, Home on The Range?) is going to happen. Even with the bad posters we know that Far From Home will be a monster hit and guarantee another sequel.
So who will star in said sequel? Who will Spidey go toe-to-toe with? If one proven Twitter user is to be believed, it might be Tom Hardy’s Venom. Roger Wardell, who has somehow been very accurate on previous Marvel movie rumors, tweeted this out yesterday:
As I said, Wardell has been right before and this rumor isn’t too far-fetched when you think about it. Venom, despite receiving awful reviews, did incredibly well at the box office, even better than you remember. And the titular character is one of Spider-Man’s biggest villains, especially among fans. Plus many people have been so let down by both Topher Grace and Tom Hardy’s take on the character so another shot at the baddie, again played by Hardy (who wasn’t the problem with Venom) would make fans giddy and hopeful. I can see this coming together, especially now that Sony is so friendly with Disney/Marvel.
Ah, but there’s the rub. The tweet says that this is what Sony wants. However, what does Disney/Marvel want? Sony still owns the Venom character and has a say in the Spider-Man movies too but they’re not the big dogs in this fight. Make no mistake: Disney is running the show here. No one short of Jesus Christ has the power and clout of Disney. If they don’t want Venom in Spider-Man 3 then there will be no Venom in Spider-Man 3. If they’re willing to hear Sony out, however, this could happen. Or it could lead to the end of their relationship.
There are a lot of hoops to jump through and of course the rumor needs to be taken with a grain of salt but it is a possibility. A few years ago I would have laughed at such a suggestion but now that Disney and Sony have come closer together, you can’t write this off just yet. I’ll tell you one thing: seeing Tom Hardy go full-on wild-and-crazy evil would be a blast. No matter how bad the movie is, Hardy is always aces. Allowing him to run wild in the MCU would be delightful. Tom Holland wouldn’t know what hit him.