Is there Disney movie that hasn’t been given the live-action treatment yet? Aladdin, Mulan, Dumbo, Lady and the Tramp, The Lion King; the list goes on. Next up is Lilo and Stitch.

The Hawaiian girl and her alien dog are coming to life in a new remake. The 2002 animated Disney movie will be revamped as a live-action/CG hybrid, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is being written by Mike Van Waes, an emerging screenwriter who most recently penned The Conjuring spinoff The Crooked Man and that Wizard of Oz horror reimagining we heard about last year.

The original Lilo & Stitch was directed by Chris Sanders and Dean De Blois. The film followed a young Hawaiian girl who’s raised by her sister after their parents die in a car crash. When Stitch, a cute but destructive blue alien creature lands on her island of Kaua’i, they two soon bond and strike up a friendship.

There’s no word yet on how different, if at all, the new remake it will be, and THR notes it’s unclear if the movie will be released theatrically or directly on Disney’s new streaming service. Producers Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich of Rideback are behind the project, who are also working on Disney’s Aladdin remake. Let’s just hope Disney casts this remake and the indigenous Hawaiian characters authentically, and doesn’t you know, “brown-up” white actors again.

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