In 1937, thanks to the legendary Walt Disney’s first feature film, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, Hollywood experienced a veritable audiovisual and cultural revolution before and after becoming the mecca of animated cinema.
Today, great classics have returned to cinemas in animated versions, but with the great peculiarity and difference that flesh-and-blood actors had, the most notable examples are such classics as Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Dumbo, and “Aladdin”. However, the version of The Little Mermaid attracted the most attention due to a few key differences from the original version.
Because of the way the river sounded due to the confirmation of a new version of Snow White, it wasn’t long before criticism and controversy arose when it was revealed to its creators that the story had been written 87 years ago The time won’t die having her protagonist rescued by a prince; she would also be of Latin origin and would not have the seven dwarfs complete as most of them would be of normal height.
A very different Snow White
Moreover, having already caused a lot of controversy and some rejections, it is also known that the new version of “Snow White” will be directed by Marc Webb and will star Rachel Zegler, an American actress of Colombian descent.
The one who didn’t waste time venting his anger was David Hand, son of the original animated film’s director, as he exposed in a Disney live action what he thinks is a serious mistake, hence another version about it Manufactured by his father, who received an honorary Oscar for his importance in the history of cinema.
“It’s a completely different concept, and I don’t agree with it at all. They shouldn’t take a classic and rewrite it in their own image. Think of something else. Create new characters if you want, but don’t destroy or try to destroy something that is a classic and beautiful work. “I think he and Walt would be rolling in their graves,” said Hand decisively.