👓 ‘Lion King’ director Jon Favreau explains why he’s remaking an animated classic | TechCrunch

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Disney has been cranking out live-action remakes of its animated library for the past few years — in fact, Tim Burton’s “Dumbo” just left theaters, and Guy Ritchie’s take on “Aladdin” is currently at the top of the box office. But these distinctions get tricky wi…
I was reading some other Tech Crunch stories and recognized Caleb Deschanel in the photo for this article, so I clicked to see what he’s been up to lately. I actually recognized him before Favreau…

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  1. The idea hiding in here of having a director pointedly making as much room for other artists on a film by design from the start is quite an interesting one. Of course it’s more useful in an all digital/animated space, but could be quite interesting to do this even in straight live action film as well.

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