Disney has been working on a live-action version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame for years. Despite fans’ excitement and Josh Gad’s involvement, there’s still uncertainty about its future. The original animated film, released in 1996, was darker than typical Disney movies and caused some controversy. The controversy surrounding Disney’s animated film “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” primarily stemmed from its darker and more mature themes compared to typical Disney animated movies. The film, released in 1996, delved into issues such as discrimination, lust and religious hypocrisy, tackling complex and adult themes. The character of Esmeralda, for instance, faces discrimination due to her ethnicity and the film explores themes of social injustice and moral ambiguity.

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In 2019, Disney officially announced that they’re doing a live-action remake of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Since then, there’s been a lot of buzz and speculation online about the cast. People are throwing around names like Josh Gad, Gal Gadot, Chris Evans, Peter Capaldi, and Sacha Baron Cohen. It all sounds like a fan’s dream, but we’re still waiting for official updates. Fingers crossed that it really happens!