Superfudge movie in the works from Russo Bros. for disney
After taking the world of Marvel (and, subsequently, Disney) by storm delivering Captain America and avengers movies that fans will love for years, bros Jo and Anthony Russo age for their next storytelling adventure. The director duo decided to adapt super fudge for Disney+, an animated film based on the best-selling children’s novel by Judy Blumechronicling the sibling rivalry a twelve-year-old boy develops with his new, younger siblings.
The family adventure will follow young Peter Hatcher on a quest through New York after he is left responsible for his three-year-old brother, Farley “Fudge” Hatcher, and his younger sibling and runs away. The first part of the animated film is meant to unite the two siblings in the adventure, while the second part will see them both face an unexpected problem: the arrival of a little sister at home. . The story will be adapted for the screen by Amos Vernon and Nonzio Randazzo, the editorial team that brought us Hotel Transylvania: Transformania and future husbands.
super fudge isn’t the only adaptation recently commissioned by Disney+, however. The streamer has also ordered a series adaptation of the Disney-Hyperion novel Paola Santiago and the River of Tears by Kevin Rodriguez, which will be produced by Desperate Housewives alum Eva Longoria. The critically acclaimed children’s book will be adapted into a fantasy/adventure TV series inspired by the legend of La Llorona, focusing on Latin heritage and mother-daughter relationships.
Rounding out the list of kid-friendly content commissioned by Disney is little pioneersan original animated series produced by the Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon for Disney Junior. Aimed at an early childhood target audience, the series follows two adventurous girls who learn to admire and discover the magic of nature. Witherspoon will also lend her voice to the series as wildlife specialist Fern, in a series aimed at teaching children good instincts, self-esteem, thinking and, as the name suggests, trying new things. things.
With this list of content ordered by Disney+ and Disney Junior, we can be sure that the Mickey Mouse streaming platform’s future animated movies and series are in excellent hands for predictable functionality. And for us adults, it will be interesting to see what the stars, producers and directors we know and love do with this kind of material in their hands.
Disney+ has yet to announce a release date for any of the three projects.
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