Speculation has been rife online about a live-action adaptation of Dreamworks' animated classic, The prince of Egypt.
Rumors Teasing Live-Action Remake The Prince of Egypt
A fan poster teasing a live-action reboot of it The prince of Egypt hit the internet, leading fans to believe that the film was in active development.
In 1998, the live-action remake poster, featuring the voice talents of Val Kilmer, Steve Martin and Sandra Bullock. AladdinMena Massoud, Mr. RobotRami Malek, Black pantherby Angela Bassett, and more.
The image flashed Moses parting the Red Sea along with the tagline “Miracles happen when you believe” although no release date was included.
Unfortunately, there are no official plans for a remake The prince of Egyptno quotes from anyone at either Dreamworks or the original film.
Currently, a play version of it The prince of Egypt is making the rounds on Broadway, which was also is depicted in select theaters in November 2023.
Will The Prince of Egypt Live Action Movie Be Made?
As of now, there is no hinting information The prince of Egypt is slated for a live-action remake, even with studios like Dreamworks always looking for new blockbusters in theaters.
In terms of casting, Mena Massoud would be the most likely actor to say yes to a project like this, considering how he has publicly discussed his difficulties finding work after the 2019 Aladdin remake and trying of playing Ezra Bridger in Star Wars.
But considering the high-profile status of the rest of the proposed cast, assembling a group of people of this caliber would be quite a challenge if this film ever gets the green light.
And with so many fake posters and trailers being released these days, fans should be extra careful in deciphering if a movie like The prince of Egypt it will really turn into something different.
The original The prince of Egypt is available to rent or buy on various streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV.
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