Not liking the announced makeover of Mom, I missed the plane designed by Disney + is the director Chris Columbus, who looks very angry.
Chris Columbus he just can’t resist the idea of having his say on the announced Disney + remake or reboot of Mom I missed the plane, a fabulous comedy he directed in 1990 and played by a very young man Macauley Culkin and from a fabulous Joe Pesci. The new version of the Christmas film that so annoyed the director will be directed by Dan Mazer | and was written duo del Saturday Night Live Mikey Day e Streeter Seidell. The protagonist will be the sympathetic Yorki of Jojo Rabbit Archie Yates.
Chris Columbus he is angry not because he has something against him who will take up the role of Culkin or with the authors of the script, but because no one has ever asked him. While promoting Someone Save Christmas 2, Chris told Insider about Mom I missed the plane, which in 2020 celebrates its thirtieth anniversary. When asked about the reboot, he replied: “Nobody contacted me to talk about the film, and as far as I’m concerned it’s a waste of time. What is the purpose? Mom I missed the plane. It’s impossible to recreate the magic, that’s not going to happen. So why do it? It’s like making a trivial copy of a Disney animated film, basically a live-action version. What does it mean? The film already exists. Do your thing, and even if you fail miserably, at least you will have tried your hand at something original. “
Columbus he seems really mad at Disney. The fact remains that the new version has a top main performer, joined by Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney, Kenan Thompson e Timothy Simons. The film is currently stalled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but the production plans to get back to work soon. We remember that Chris Columbus he also directed Mom, I flew the plane: I got lost in New York, which came out in 1982.