Disney movies were one of those things that you treasured with all of your heart. If you were anything like me, you had a collection of those white puffy cases on VHS and were really proud of how many you had accumulated.
The thing is, Disney has continued making great movies in recent years, even though they don't exactly look how we remember them looking. Sure, everything is a little bit more 3D and perhaps slightly too realistic, but the stories will still hit you right in the heart.
However, lately they have been turning their sights onto something a little bit more familiar. They've been making a bunch of live-action remakes of our childhood favorites, and honestly it has been a little bit much.
Sure, The Jungle Book was a stunning example of CGI, but did we really need another version of Cinderella?
Well, whether we want it or not, Disney is insistent on bringing us remake after remake. The thing is, there are a bunch that people know about, but there are a few sneaky ones that they are discussing that you may not have realized were on the table.
For those of you who want to be prepared, check out all the upcoming Disney reboots that you can expect in the coming years.
Aladdin - 2019
This one is pretty well known at this point, and the casting has been a very interesting topic of conversation. It's going to be hard to see anyone try to fill Robin Williams's shoes, but Will Smith will be giving it his all in 2019.
The group seems to be getting along, but who knows what we're in for when the movie comes out next year. I know we were all a little bit surprised when they cast such a gorgeous guy to play Jafar, but I guess they have the right to make whatever artistic changes they want. We'll have to wait to find out!
The Lion King - 2019
The Lion King is easily one of the best Disney movies and the thought of them remaking it has a lot of people nervous, but the cast announcement is at least a little bit intriguing.
James Earl Jones is back as Mufasa because literally no one else should do it, and then with Donald Glover and Beyonce Knowles-Carter as Simba and Nala, there is at least a lot of talent in their corner.
Dumbo - March 29, 2019
Everyone's favorite elephant is coming back, but this time he's getting the Tim Burton treatment. Burton is known for his unique style, but we don't really know much about what he's got planned so far. We do know that Colin Farrell, Eva Green, Danny DeVito, and Michael Keaton will be playing parts in the story.
Mulan - 2020
The new version of Mulan will be staring a Chinese actress named Liu Yifei and they are promising to hire Chinese actors for the main roles.
Originally the movie was supposed to come out in 2018, but it was pushed back to March 2020 just earlier this year.