If Disney gets the clothing for Aladdin right (probably using Abbasid-era art as inspirations for the film if pushed to do so), then it shouldn't be a problem for Disney to do a faithful adaptation of Shakespeare where they're wearing historical clothes as animation doesn't need to account for physical fashion and wardrobe.My thoughts exactly. I can only wonder at the subtle changes to fantasy art heading into the 2000s if Disney has both a corpus of Shakespeare's work under their belt and they put the effort into making the costuming period appropriate (there's a hundred years difference between Richard II and Henry VIII, for example!).
Lol.[in best Shakespearean voice] Speak not the name of madness here, villain! This be a happy place!
Honestly it'd be hilarious if Claw evolved from an ordinary run of the mill villain to a real suave antagonist like Scar OTL thanks to the infusion of Hamlet and Shakespeare into the story along with the Disney magic.