Tim Burton's live-action 'Dumbo' gets first teaser trailer

Tim Burton's live-action 'Dumbo' gets first teaser trailer

Tim Burton's live-action 'Dumbo' gets first teaser trailer

While Burton and Depp seem to be attached at the hip, Depp's frequent over-costumed mugging has produced some of the least enjoyable Burton films.

This remake of Disney's animated classic is slated for US release, March 29, 2019.

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While some might have been anxious about how Dumbo would translate into a live action adaptation, the teaser show's there's nothing to worry about. With that in mind, it will be interesting to see whether Burton and screenwriter Ehren Kruger stick to that spartan approach or actually add some additional flare to the beloved tale. But in Dumbo, everyone is flesh-colored, warm and full of hope - especially the young girl Milly (Nico Parker) who takes the lost Dumbo under her wing.

The teaser gives a glimpse of the new plot, with the new movie featuring humans in contrast to the original, but it still contains the heartbreaking scene of Dumbo's mother locked up in a wagon, and the baby elephant being ridiculed for his huge ears. There's also the fantastic Eva Green who appears here as aerial artist Colette Marchant. Dumbo is directed by iconic filmmaker Tim Burton, who has been working with Disney ever since Alice in Wonderland and most recently made Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. You have to wait until March 29, 2019 for the film to be released.

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Given the massive success of their live-action adaptations of their classic animated films (Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book) Disney is returning to the vault for a live-action version of Dumbo. Once the elephant reveals he can fly, the circus owner concocts a plan to make the circus rich. Eva Green, Michael Keaton, and Alan Arkin co-star.

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