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Disney announces plans to re-make Home Alone and Cheaper By the Dozen

Disney have announced plans to "re-imagine" more of their classic films. 

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Disney have announced plans to “re-imagine” more of their classic films.

Disney have so far released re-makes of Aladdin, Beauty & The Beast, The Lion King, The Jungle Book and Dumbo.

Disney’s Chief Executive Bob Iger announced that they will be re-booting classic films such as Night At the Museum, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Cheaper By the Dozen for their new streaming service Disney +.

The new service launches in November.

“So far this year we’ve released five of the top six movies,” Iger said, according to The BBC.

“Including four which have generated more than a billion dollars in global box office.”

 

Disney fans have had mixed reactions to the news that Home Alone is being re-made.

“Some of the reboots are going way too far Disney are going too crazy with them home alone should not be remade it’s a masterpiece already,” said one.

“Home Alone getting a reboot? I want Hollywood to get a reboot and bring in all the awesome writers out there with original ideas with the purpose of breaking new ground to stop this constant stream of reboots and reimaginings,” said another.

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