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Mark my words. In the next decade, every Walt Disney animated classic will receive a live adaptation. At the rate the Mouse House is going, it certainly a possibility. They’ve already given Alice In Wonderland and Sleeping Beauty this treatment. Not to mention, upcoming adaptations including The Jungle Book, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast are all on the way. The studio just announced another project in the works. Find out what it is below.

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Tina Fey Gets Witchy For Disney

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Rumors of Tina Fey developing a Hocus Pocus sequel have been greatly exaggerated. In fact, Hocus Pocus 2 isn’t even currently in the works by anyone for Disney. However, Fey has teamed up with the Mouse House for a bewitching movie of her own.

Deadline.com uncovered that Fey has teamed up with Cinderella producer Allison Shearmur for a supernatural-themed feature film in the vein of Ghostbusters. Tentatively, it’s being referred to as Untitled Witch Project. Fey will not only produce the film but will also star in it. If Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler or Kathy Najimy somehow get involved, expect those Hocus Pocus rumors to resurface once again.

What do you think of this new project from Tina Fey? Witches are certainly hot these days. Tina can certainly give them a hilarious spin. Bummed that Hocus Pocus 2 isn’t in the works? Sound off below.

Disney Planning Live Action Beauty & The Beast Film

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It’s a tale as old as time and Walt Disney is planning on telling it again.

Variety is reporting that the studio is planning a live action adaptation of their 1991 animated hit. No word if the film will be a musical but with Bill Condon reportedly on board, it would seem that way. Though he’s best known for his work on the last two Twilight films, Condon also worked on the hit musical Dreamgirls starring Jennifer Hudson. Evan Spiliotopoulos is writing the script with Mandeville Films producing.

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Disney Finally Announces The Incredibles 2 Is Coming

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It’s news fans have been waiting for since 2004. Disney executives announced the long-awaited sequel for The Incredibles during the company’s shareholders meeting in Portland, Oregon. Other than that, very few details were released. Last summer, director Brad Bird talked about the potential sequel.

“People think that I have not been [thinking about 'The Incredibles 2'], but I have. Because I love those characters and love that world. I am stroking my chin and scratching my head. I have many, many elements that I think would work really well in another film, and if I can get ‘em to click all together, I would probably wanna do that.”

To tide moviegoers until that time, the studio announced plans to re-release the original Incredibles animated film in 3D, much like how they reformatted Pixar’s Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo. Ratatouille is also getting a 3D makeover.

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Even in its tenth week of release, Frozen is still raking in the big dough at the box office. Domestically, it’s approaching $350 million and it just crossed the $800 million mark internationally. At its current pace, it stands a good chance of topping Universal’s Despicable Me 2‘s worldwide total of $965 million.

Not only is the Disney flick dominating cineplexes, it’s doing gangbusters with its accompanying soundtrack. It topped the Billboard Top 200 for two weeks and both Demi Lovato and Idina Menzel’s versions of “Let It Go” have become Billboard Top 40 hits. Menzel’s version though is the top-selling cut from the album with over 600,000 downloads.

Naturally, with the song being such a fan-favorite around the world, Disney created a multi-language sequence that features Queen Elsa (Menzel) belting out the tune in 25 different languages. Check it out below.

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You know you’ve made it when Mickey Mouse calls you up to take part in the Disney Dream Portrait Series. Jessica Chastain is the latest Hollywood star to be immortalized as a beloved character for the Disney Parks advertising campaign. Once again, famed photographer Annie Leibovitz helmed the shoot.

With her luscious red locks, it’s only fitting that the Zero Dark Thirty star channel Merida from Brave. “I definitely see her as a modern princess. She’s headstrong, she’s funny, she has great passions,” Chastain said. ”She’s a good role model for little girls.” Chastain’s photo includes the caption “Where your destiny awaits.” Check out photos from previous years below and see how Jessica’s portrait stacks up.

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If a professional hockey player can become a world-caliber figure skater in a matter of months, why can’t cricket players from India play in Major League Baseball. After all, it is the movies. However, the latter is actually a true story and the basis for Disney’s upcoming film, Million Dollar Arm, starring Jon Hamm as sports agent J.B. Berstein.

Berstein is inspired to stage a reality sports competition in India in an attempt to discover cricket players who might have major-league worthy fastballs. Through the contest, Bernstein enlists Rinku Singh (Suraj Sharma) and Dinesh Patel (Madhur Mittal) and brings them to the United States to train with baseball coach Tom House (Bill Paxton), with the intent of ultimately having the cricketers become contracted by a Major League Baseball team. During their stay, Singh and Patel adapt to an American lifestyle while under the care of Bernstein, who is simultaneously shaping his own personal life. Eventually Singh and Patel both get signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates. In other words, the perfect live action rags-to-riches Disney tale.

Lake Bell and Alan Arkin also co-star in the film. Directed by Craig Gillespie, Million Dollar Arm hits theaters May 16, 2014. Check out the trailer below. I have to admit, I got sucked in and looking forward to checking it out.

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Forget her Oscar for Dreamgirls or her Grammy for her debut album. All that doesn’t matter. Jennifer Hudson has officially arrived now that she’s forever immortalized as a Disney character for Disney Parks.

Obviously, I’m exaggerating, but posing for Annie Leibovitz for Disney’s Dream Portrait Series is a big thing. The 31-year-old entertainer joins the elite ranks by channeling Princess Tiana from The Princess and The Frog. Her picture features the caption, “Where you always follow your heart.” Check out previous portraits below and see how Hudson ranks among them.

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