When Disney fans visit the popular theme park destinations the studio has continued to build upon since Walt Disney cut the ribbon on California’s Disneyland in 1955, the many attractions reflect their favorite films and characters. Over the years, Disney has transformed a number of its famous attractions onto film, including the widely-successful Pirates movies and the Haunted Mansion comedy starring Eddie Murphy.
Disney is officially building its imagination around making movies based on rides again. Jungle Cruise is on the way, and just a few months ago, we heard Disney had a new plan to reboot The Haunted Mansion as well. Now according to a new report, the studio will also turn the Tomorrowland staple Space Mountaininto its own film.
Joby Harold, who is currently involved in writing and producing the Obi-Wan Kenobi series for Disney+, has signed on to pen the script for a “family adventure” film based on the popular indoor rollercoaster, per The Hollywood Reporter. Harold will also produce the Disney film with his wife, Tory Tunnell, and the live-action Aladdin’s Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich.
What do you think about the idea of a Space Mountain movie? It should be noted that Disney has not officially commented on this topic.
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