By David Gordon Green, director of New Halloween!
Several Disney park attractions have inspired films, Pirates of the Caribbean To Jungle Cruise, or even some of the parks for Tomorrowland, but all the places had not yet been adapted to the cinema. It will soon be done, reveals Deadline Hollywood, the studio preparing a film about the creation of the very first, located in California. David Gordon Green, the director of the last two Halloween, was hired by the big-eared firm to bring to the screen a screenplay by Evan Spiliotopoulos (The beauty and the Beast and live, Snow White and the Hunter), which details how Walt Disney had the idea of founding his first amusement park, then directed its creation, until its opening in 1955. Since then, others have been built in Orlando, Paris or even Tokyo , but they were no longer supervised by the founder of the studio, who died in 1966.
In Mary’s Shadow: When Disney Rereads Its Own Story
Tom Hanks, who played Walt Disney in the film In Mary’s shadow (photo), could he interpret it again? This film took the behind-the-scenes look at the adaptation of Mary Poppins, and had partly been filmed within the Californian Disneyland. So far, nothing has been announced regarding the casting of this untitled project, but the producers know how popular their parks are: recently, for example, they launched on DisneyPlus a series of documentaries telling lots of stories. anecdotes about their top attractions: The Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain, etc.
Behind the Attraction: Disney Plus is preparing a behind-the-scenes series