Disney is bringing the beloved 90s animated series Gargoyles to life in a live-action TV show on their streaming service.
And they’re enlisting the talents of horror film maestros James Wan and Gary Dauberman to make it happen.
• James Wan and Gary Dauberman are teaming up to develop a live-action version of the beloved 90s animated series Gargoyles for Disney+.
• The original series was known for its darker and more complex tone, which revolved around a clan of nocturnal creatures protecting New York City.
• Dauberman will not only serve as the showrunner but also as the writer and executive producer.
• CGI technology will be used in the show, though it remains to be seen whether Disney’s recent controversies will affect the visual quality.
• Get ready to witness an epic live-action transformation of Gargoyles, brought to you by two of Hollywood’s most acclaimed horror filmmakers!
James Wan, the mastermind behind The Conjuring and Aquaman, is teaming up with Gary Dauberman, the writer of the Annabelle movies, to develop a thrilling live-action version of Gargoyles for Disney+. Dauberman will not only serve as the showrunner but also as the writer and executive producer.
Gargoyles, originally aired from 1994 to 1997, was known for its darker and more complex tone than other Disney cartoons. The story revolves around a clan of nocturnal creatures who protect New York City, along with police officer Elisa Maza. After being betrayed and cursed, the gargoyles awaken a thousand years later and become nighttime protectors.
As for the use of CGI in the show, whether Disney’s recent CGI controversies will impact the visual quality remains to be seen. However, with Dauberman and Wan’s involvement, they hope to stay true to the source material and deliver a captivating and visually stunning adaptation.
Get ready to witness the epic live-action transformation of Gargoyles, brought to you by the brilliant minds behind some of the most terrifying and thrilling horror films of our time. Prepare to be thrilled, enchanted, and on the edge of your seat as Gargoyles takes flight again.