There have been several rumours concerning a remake of the fantasy classic The NeverEnding Story.
The pinnacle of 80s nostalgia has arrived, and businesses appear to be riding the wave of its rising popularity. A revival of the iconic 1980s film A NeverEnding Story is being planned by Disney, according to a recent report (which has not yet been confirmed).
The fantasy novel by Michael Ende from 1979 served as the basis for the original movie, which came out in 1984. The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter, which was released six years after the first film, only reproduced the first half of the book.
This most recent adaption might be divided into several sections once more, but that has not yet been confirmed.
There have been many rumours about this impending remake, some of which claim that there has been a bidding war between various firms for the rights to the narrative.
It appears that Disney, Warner Bros, who produced the original film, and several unknown companies and streaming platforms engaged in this bidding battle.
Even a mock-up of a movie teaser poster that Disney will design has been made.
We do not yet know if this implies that the movie will be released or not. Fans are anxiously awaiting news on whether or not their favourite childhood film will be put through the “remake” process with sincere intentions.
Watch this space for updates!