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The following list is about films in the Disney Animated Canon that have or will have a live-action remake of the original film. Please note that some films that share the same source material do not equate to remakes if they are not based on the animated film versions produced by The Walt Disney Company.

Remakes

The list is arranged according to the release dates of the remakes.

Year Original Remake
1994 The Jungle Book Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book
1996 One Hundred and One Dalmatians 101 Dalmatians
2014 Sleeping Beauty Maleficent
2015 Cinderella Cinderella
2016 The Jungle Book The Jungle Book
2017 Beauty and the Beast Beauty and the Beast
2019 Dumbo Dumbo
Aladdin Aladdin
The Lion King The Lion King
Lady and the Tramp Lady and the Tramp
2020 Mulan Mulan
2022 Pinocchio Pinocchio
2023 Peter Pan Peter Pan & Wendy
The Little Mermaid The Little Mermaid

Films in production

Upcoming live-action remakes considered to be in late production.

Year Original Remake
2025 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Snow White[1]
2026 Moana Moana[2]
TBA Robin Hood Robin Hood[3]
The Sword in the Stone The Sword in the Stone[4]
Bambi Bambi[5]
Hercules Hercules[6]
The Aristocats The Aristocats[7]
Lilo & Stitch Lilo & Stitch[8]
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Hunchback[9]

Trivia

  • Pocahontas will not receive a live-action adaptation as Alan Menken mentioned that it would be impossible due to "modern sensibilities".[10]
    • Another film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, was hesitated into being remade into a live action film as its production had stalled for the similar reasons.[11]
  • Tarzan is one of the notable films that won’t be receiving the live-action adaptation by Disney due to legal issues with the family of Edgar Rice Burroughs.[12] The characters of Tarzan had limited use in the 2000s after the film itself before Disney discontinued using them in subsequent medias following these legalities.
  • Dumbo, Peter Pan and Wendy, and The Little Mermaid are the only Disney live-action remakes that did not receive the variations of the regular Walt Disney Pictures logo. The former film had the regular version of the 2011 logo accompained by a musical score specific for the film, while the two latter are the first film to use the new 2022 on-screen logo with its new regular fanfare composed by Christophe Beck.

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