It's a small world after all! It's also a creatively bankrupt Hollywood after all, so Disney is going to try to turn another of their creepy animatronic boat rides into a film franchise. According to Deadline, the company has just hired the writing team of Tim Rasmussen and Vince Di Meglio for It's a Small World, the Pirates of the Caribbean studio's adaptation of their haunting, surreal attraction in which robotic moppet ethnic caricatures sing the only song more infuriatingly repetitive than "99 Bottles of Beer." The Sorcerer's Apprentice director Jon Turteltaub is already attached to again turn one of Disney's non-ideas into a movie. Rasmussen an Di Meglio previously wrote the abysmal Robbin Williams-John Krasinski-Mandy Moore comedy License to Wed, and they haven't had anything else produced since 2010's Marmaduke. So this is basically perfect.