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Disney’s live-action remake streak has been going for so long that a live-action version of Dumbo has already been released and forgotten about, but for some reason the studio is just now getting around to actually putting together a version of Show White with human actors and—if the other movies are anything to go by—some kind of CG animal. Disney first floated this idea back in 2016, just a few years after Snow White And The Huntsman and Mirror Mirror came out and just a few months after Disney itself announced that it was working on a spin-off movie about Snow White’s never-before-mentioned sister.

Now, according to Variety, Disney is moving forward with the Snow White remake and it wants Marc Webb to direct. He doesn’t have a deal yet, but he’s apparently the “top choice” for the project, even though most of his recent movies don’t really indicate he’s particularly well-suited for Snow White (say what you will about Guy Ritchie doing Aladdin, but he does crime movies and that’s sort of a crime story). As Variety notes, Webb is probably best known for making the Amazing Spider-Man movies, which weren’t great, and he also made the lousy The Only Living Boy In New York and the divisive (500) Days Of Summer.

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No word on Snow White’s sister, but maybe she was unmentioned the first time around for a reason.