Disney is looking to make a sequel to its animated hit ‘Alice in Wonderland’.
The studio, which is currently developing ‘Alice: Madness Returns’ and is working on the third ‘Frozen’ film, is reportedly in talks with Warner Bros. for a film that will have a ‘miracle’ feel to it, according to The Hindu.
‘Alice and Wonderland’ is the most-watched animated film in India and has sold more than 15.5 million tickets in its opening weekend.
The film has been in production since 2007, with Warner producing.
The Hollywood studio is reportedly looking for an actor to play the role of Alice in the sequel, while the movie is also looking for a story to tell.
‘The sequel is a true fairy tale with a heart of a true story,’ Disney executive producer Jeff Schrier told The Hindu in an interview.
‘It has a heart and a story that will touch audiences across the globe and bring them to the next level.
‘A Disney movie is a journey, and this movie is that journey.’
Disney has a long history of developing animated films in India.
The studio produced two animated films from 2004 to 2013.
The Disney-produced ‘The Jungle Book’ and ‘The Incredibles’ have grossed more than $2 billion worldwide.