The screenwriter of the live-action “Bambi” remake explains why the new version is intended to be more kid-friendly

Lindsey Anderson Beer, a multifaceted filmmaker with numerous projects in the pipeline, is making waves in Hollywood. Her directorial debut, “Pet Sematary: Bloodlines,” is set to premiere on Paramount+ soon, adding to her impressive writing portfolio. Among her upcoming projects, she’s set to direct a retelling of Washington Irving’s classic “Sleepy Hollow” and join the production team for Luca Guadagnino’s reboot of “Lord of the Flies,” known for his work on “Call Me by Your Name” and “Bones and All.” Despite her busy schedule, Anderson Beer has regrettably had to step away from two highly-anticipated projects: “Star Trek 4” and the live-action adaptation of Disney’s “Bambi.”

In an interview with Collider’s Perri Nemiroff, Anderson Beer provided insights into why she believes there’s a need for a new version of “Bambi” and how it will distinguish itself from the original.

She expressed her admiration for the original “Bambi,” calling it a classic and a beautiful love poem with a unique artistic touch. However, Anderson Beer noted that there’s an entire generation of children who may not have had the chance to experience the original film. Unlike other Disney classics like “The Little Mermaid” or “Aladdin,” which have remained popular among younger viewers, “Bambi” might not have found its way into the hearts of today’s kids. Anderson Beer suggested that the film’s pacing and style might be different from what modern audiences are accustomed to.

One significant aspect she addressed is the portrayal of a parent’s death in the film, particularly the mother. Anderson Beer believes that some parents these days are more sensitive to such themes than in the past, which could explain why they haven’t introduced “Bambi” to their children. However, she remains optimistic that a fresh take on the story can breathe new life into it and make it more relatable to contemporary kids while preserving the original’s essence.

While discussing her work on “Bambi,” Anderson Beer mentioned that her involvement had been put on hold, but the film is still in progress. Her commitment to “Pet Sematary: Bloodlines” necessitated her departure from the “Bambi” project, but fans can still look forward to a modernized version of this Disney classic.

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