Disney’s “The Lion King,” in theaters next weekend in the US, is just one of many live-action remakes of its animated classics the company is releasing this year.
We compared some of Disney’s animated originals to their live-action remakes at the box office after inflation, including the recent “Aladdin” remake.
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Disney’s “The Lion King” remake hits US theaters next weekend, and it’s not the first, or last, Disney remake of an animated classic being released this year.
“Aladdin” arrived in May and has made over $900 million worldwide so far. A sequel to the “Sleeping Beauty” reimagining, “Maleficent,” comes to theaters in October. And a live-action “Lady and the Tramp” will be included on Disney’s streaming service, Disney Plus, when it launches in November.
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Disney has ramped up its live-action remakes in recent years, and they’ve raked in tons of cash for the company at the box office. “Beauty and the Beast” grossed $1.2 billion worldwide in 2017. And “The Lion King” is …read more
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