Possible Disney films that might be remade in live-action.
- Oliver & Company
- Treasure Planet
- Atlantis: The Lost Empire
- The Emperor's New Groove
- The Black Cauldron
- Brother Bear
- Slightly confirmed with Pocahontas, Hercules and The Black Cauldron (Disney bought the full rights to The Chronicles of Prydain in 2016, which would mean not only a remake but potentially a whole High Fantasy saga).
- As for Tarzan, Disney would love to, but right now they can't. They lost the rights to Edgar Rice Burrough's character to his estate and asking them again would be a lot of time and money wasted away.
- The live-action remake for The Emperor's New Groove would be two films, one based on the final version and another based on the Kingdom of the Sun prototype.
- The Hunchback of Notre Dame
- The Wind in the Willows: Disney originally wanted to make a full-length feature of it until WWII forced it to be part of a package film that became The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. So this is Disney's opportunity to try again. It'll be an Adaptation Amalgamation of the original book and the Disney animated version. It may be more faithful to the book, but one element from the Disney version that'll very likely remain is Mr. Toad being innocent of the crime he was accused of, and the rest of the movie will be of Mr. Toad on the run until he clears his name.
Future film companies may replicate Disney's success.
- For Universal, they could do live action remakes of Shrek, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron and The Prince of Egypt.
- Since Disney owns Fox, they could do live-action versions of Anastasia and Titan A.E..
The thought of Disney's live-action remakes will inspire other companies to make animated remakes of their live-action films.Far-fetched and odd, but it's possible. Besides, it's a way for kids to see them.
- Paramount: Since Paramount Animation already exists, Paramount might make either traditional or computer-animated animated remakes of their well-known franchises; such as Grease, Footloose, Top Gun, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Star Trek.
Relatedly, Disney animated features that never got made will become live-action films.
- The Gremlins - The book was originally written as a tie-in for an animated adaptation.