Nowadays, Disney is all about to remake the live-action. The Little Mermaid, Disney’s film, is going to come with a remake of live-action. The casting for The Little Mermaid is underway, and some of the roles have already announced. Rob Marshall is directing The Little Mermaid.
Release date of The Little Mermaid
The production of The Little Mermaid will begin in early 2020. However, no official release date has launched yet. Disney is trying to make a better connection with the audience so that they can fall in love again with the film.
The cast of The Little Mermaid
Halle Bailey, who is the singer and actor, will play the role of Ariel in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. Undoubtedly, she has a great voice for singing which is suitable to perform the part of Ariel. For The Little Mermaid, Ariel is one of the iconic, roles and Hailey Bailey can play it perfectly because she possesses the combination of heart, innocence, spirit, youth, and glorious singing voice. In addition to it, the potential hires for The Little Mermaid remake include Jacob Tremblay, Melissa McCarthy, and Awkwafina.
According to some information, Jacob Tremblay will voice Flounder, and Melissa Mccarthy will play the role of evil Ursula. In the coming weeks, there will be more announcements for the casting of The Little Mermaid. Therefore, the audience has to wait to look who will play the role like Sebastian and Ursula.
The plot of The Little Mermaid remake
The remake of The Little Mermaid can depend on the re-invention of classic Disney animations. The original animation of 1989 told the story of Ariel, who was a 16-year-old mermaid. She is fascinated with life on the land. She makes a bad deal with the sea witch when after she falls for a human prince. She makes a deal with Ursula to become a human being for three days. The remake of The Little Mermaid will include most of the beloved songs from classic Disney animations like ‘Under the sea’, ‘part of your world’, and many more.
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