Well, Discovery's streaming service has been gobbling up streaming rights for documentaries, including the BBC and Scripps Howard. They also lost a lot of the Ken Burns productions. If they don't make their own, they could lose everything to Discovery. Of course, making their own, also resulted in "Cuties," regardless of the artistic merits of the production, was probably more trouble than it was worth.
This seems like a movie I will really like or hate depending on multiple factors...but I think the idea of taking a wholesome Disney classic (both versions) and turning it into a twisted slasher appeals to me....I'll probably see this, with my main hope is that Disney does not profit (but they probably did, or will once their lawyers are done):
So, first we had Rocketman, then Bohemian Rhapsody, and now Bowie... The '70s musicians universe?
Let's see which other names Hollywood could profit off of... We've got Zeppelin, Beatles, Dylan... Woo, let's have a Pink Floyd movie!
But to be honest, all these folks are before my time. Call me when there's a Britney Spears biopic movie. Heck, I'll even settle for a Lindsay Lohan one. I could already see the title for the latter: "Confessions of a Broken Heart". Britney could have "Womanizer".
Oh man. Even as someone who was not particularly fond of The Godfather franchise, I still know how big of a deal this is. The Godfather: Part III was widely considered to be a failure of an installment to the otherwise universally-acclaimed first two films. Will this finally give the trilogy a well-deserved sendoff?