The website Giant Freakin Robot claimed today they have an inside source who has revealed to them a live-action remake of Titan AE is being considered by Disney/Fox. Details were light because “we were unable to learn whose hands the project is currently in,” they say. Take this one with a massive grain of salt, as we couldn’t confirm this with any of the more established sites like Variety or THR.
20th Century Fox originally greenlit Titan AE as a live-action movie, but for whatever reason, it was shifted to their animation department at some point. The finished product is pretty unique even among the sci-fi action-cartoon failures of the early 2000s, due to the blending of Don Bluth’s animation and Joss Whedon’s proto-Firefly worldbuilding. It has a cult following that burns to this day, and we’re kinda shocked at even the suggestion that Disney is aware of that fact.
These days, the company can’t seem to make any live-action movie that isn’t a remake, but most of them are not an improvement on the originals and have no real reason to exist beyond money. Disney really should consider remaking things in their vault that actually NEED to be remade. The Chronicles of Prydain would make for a killer movie trilogy, and something much better than the 1985 flop The Black Cauldron.
So if we ever hear anything more concrete about a Titan AE remake, we’ll let you know.
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