The film was originally set to be released in 2020 and would have featured Jack making friends with a female giant child.
Now that huge is no longer being developed, Disney will be moving on to a different project to fill the 2020 release window that was previously occupied by big.
The story would have been set in Spain during the age of exploration (so somewhere roughly between the 15th and 17th centuries), this new take on Jack And The Beanstalk finds adventure-seeker Jack heading into the clouds in what starts as a fairly traditional take on the fairy tale.
"It is impossible to know, when we start a project, how the creative process will evolve and, a few times, regardless of the passion that inspires us, or our love of the topic, it simply does not work".
Disney had originally announced enormous during the D23 Expo in 2015.
Turkish Officials to Boycott Meetings with US Ambassador: Erdogan
State Department made clear on Tuesday that the visa services suspension was a "coordinate move" by the U.S. government. Bass is soon to leave Turkey for Kabul to take up his new post as U.S.
Day One testimony continues in Jessica Chambers murder trial
She has said she spoke to her daughter on the evening of December 6, 2014, and will likely testify about that night. He also said that Mr Tellis had repeatedly asked Chambers for sex, and she had told him no, according to Fox news.
Berenberg Bank Boosts Carnival plc (CCL) Price Target to GBX 5300
USA Financial Portformulas Corp bought a new stake in shares of Carnival Corporation during the 2nd quarter valued at $4,302,000. Investors look at the Volatility 12m to determine if a company has a low volatility percentage or not over the course of a year.
Apparently the studio got to the point where the creative process has hit a wall and they are "ending active development for now".
Disney is no stranger to cancelling animated films.
No details yet on which film will take Gigantic's place in the lineup, though the report notes that it is another original feature.
Robert Lopez and Kirsten Anderson-Lopez, the songwriting duo from "Frozen", had been signed up to contribute songs for "Gigantic", which was to be directed by Nathan Greno (Rapunzel retelling "Tangled") and "Inside Out" co-writer Meg LeFauve.
Elsewhere, Pixar is preparing to launch the animated musical Coco on November 22, and Disney Animation will release Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 on November 21 2018. "We focus our energy on other projects, that we will be unveiling soon, and which are now planned for Thanksgiving 2020".