It seems that every day on the Disney there in D23Expo we have news about the line-up of the next studio films.
The website wegotthiscovered.com says Disney has plans to adapt the 2001 animation, Atlantis: The Lost Kingdom, in live-action.
For us, perhaps, the film does not hold a global release in theaters, and should make its debut on Disney’s streaming service, the Disney +. Of course, this is a rumor about the rumor released by the site, ok?
The publication also states that the studio has in mind names like Tom Hollandof the franchise Spider man, for the role of the protagonist, the young Milo Thatch, and director Guilhermo Del Toro who was quoted in conversations, according to the website, to take over the project.
In the animation, we accompany a cartographer and linguist named Milo Thatch who finds an ancient manuscript in which there are supposedly clues on how to get to Atlantis, the mythical continent lost under the sea. Alongside a team of experts led by Commander Rourke, he boards the submarine Ulysses to prove that the legend is real.
Atlantis: The Lost Kingdom has no premiere date, and not even a publicized screenwriter, so we should treat it like a rumor.
Director Guilhermo del Toro confirmed that he was not involved in the production of the film so far.