‘Doomed’ to be a Disney ride: Disney plans to make its movie version of the classic horror film

Disney’s first live-action movie adaptation of the 1986 cult classic “Doom” has been delayed by months, the Walt Disney Co. said Friday.

The film, scheduled for release Nov. 18, is a sequel to Disney’s “Pete’s Dragon,” and the studio is still looking at whether to make a prequel to the 1982 film.

Disney has made several other recent movies based on the classic films, including “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Nightmare Before Christmas,” but none have been as successful as “Doorways to Hell.”

It opened with $2.2 million on Friday, far below Disney’s own expectations.

Disney said it’s still evaluating the film’s success.

Disney’s “Doo Dah!” has become a classic Disney classic, starring Robin Williams as a young boy who accidentally discovers his father’s grave and becomes the evil dictator of the land of “DuckTales.”