Walt Disney Pictures has remade many of its classic animated films into live-action films in recent years, but there is one next project that Peter Dinklage believes should be kept away.
Disney’s live-action version of the 1937 movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs shook the air last summer when the studio tapped it. Latina actress Rachel Zegler starring in the title role.. But Dinklage’s frown is not a casting decision, but a premise of modern cinema.
The “Game of Thrones” actor in the form of dwarfism disagreed with Disney’s decision to make a new version of the movie.
“Literally no one is offended, but I was a little surprised … when they were very proud to cast Latina’s actress as Snow White. You are still” Snow White and the Seven I’m talking about a dwarf, “Dinklage said in a recent episode. “WTF with Marc Maron” Podcast.. “Take a step back and see what you’re doing there. It doesn’t make sense to me.”
Disney hasn’t revealed the details of many plots in the next movie. The other side, Zegler, will star in “Wonder Woman” himself, Gal Gadot. Who will play the evil queen on reboot..
Production is Scheduled to start this year, Us Magazine reported. It’s unclear how dwarves are included in the movie. Some people find dwarves uncomfortable looking back at the original movie.
“You are in a way progressive and still making that f — ing backward story about the seven dwarfs living together in the cave. What f — you do a guy Are you? “Dinklage said.
He suggested that Disney make the film as progressive as possible, but did not provide a way for the studio to incorporate the seven dwarfs in a politically correct way.
“Did I do anything to move the cause forward?” Dinklage joked.
Dinklage has famously refused to play the role of being ridiculed or used as a stereotype for his height. Nonetheless, he said in a 2019 New Yorker article that his condition was politically incorrect.
“”I don’t really care.. I think that could also do damage, “he told the New Yorker.
He said in a Marron podcast that he was politically incorrect “because he could make fun of himself.”
The remake of “Snow White” follows a long list of live-action films made from Disney’s successful animated films. The studio has already produced live-action films such as “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” “The Jungle Book,” and “Mulan.”