Disney is continuing on its quest to turn all of its beloved animated features into live-action flicks, with 1992's "Aladdin" up next. The film already has a script, and now, a big name director is reportedly attached, too.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Guy Ritchie ("Sherlock Holmes," "Snatch," the upcoming "King Arthur") is currently in negotiations to take the helm of the live-action "Aladdin.
Live action remakes of fairy tales are pretty big business right now. After Disney hit it big with Maleficent, they've moved to turn most of their animated stories into live-action films. A number of other studios have also followed...
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Disney has brought on director Guy Ritchie to helm a new live action adaptation of their animated smash hit Aladdin.
Disney is in the business of giving audiences a "live-action" version of everything. THR is reporting that 1992's animated film Aladdin will get the live-action treatment, with Guy Ritchie in negotiations to helm the project. With t...