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Disney’s live-action remake of Snow White finally found its lead

Snow White is what made Disney so successful. It was the company’s first featured animated movie. It’s hard to believe the original movie was released in 1937.

Marc Webb, the director of Amazing Spider-Man, is now working on the famous Snow White and the Seven Dwarves live-action remake. After weeks of search, he has now finally found the lead. According to a report by Deadline, Rachel Zengler will play the part of Snow White. The movie will start shooting sometime in 2022.

She is playing the lead role of Maria in the upcoming Steven Spielberg project titled “West Side Story.” Moreover, she was also a part of the Shazam sequel: Fury of the Gods. According to sources, she was selected not just because of her performance but also because of the footage of West Side Story.

Rachel’s extraordinary vocal abilities are just the beginning of her gifts. Her strength, intelligence, and optimism will become an integral part of rediscovering the joy in this classic Disney fairytale.

– Webb

If you are wondering who Webb is, he is working on the Snow White project for more than two years. During the timeframe, Webb and Disney have been careful about who to choose for the project and how to do justice to Disney’s legendary character, Snow White. The live-action remake of Snow White will expand on the original storyline. Benj Pasek and Justin Paul produce the music. He has produced music for award-winning movies like La La Land, Dear Evan Hansen, and The Greatest Showman.

However, there is no news of when Snow White will hit the theatres. But we all know that Disney has a schedule for everything, so Snow White might be released sometime after 2023.

Anurag

Hi, I am Anurag Chawake, a passionate writer from New Delhi, India. I enjoy writing on topics such as general news, technology, and gaming. When I am not working, you can find me playing video games.

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