With its live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid, Disney encourages viewers to re-enter Ariel’s world in May. . The teaser also arrives 100 days before the movie’s premiere to coincide with Disney’s 100th anniversary.
Similar to the previous trailer shown to the public in September, this new preview includes a musical voiceover by Bailey singing “Part of Your World” while displaying some of the underwater beauty that will undoubtedly be featured prominently in the film.
Also, the new trailer offers some sneak views into backdrops that viewers haven’t yet seen. This time, it offers a peek at what appears to be some of the other mermaids’ homes as well as an encounter between Ariel and the colorful marine life. Also, viewers get a brief glimpse of Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric and hear Ursula (Melissa McCarthy) laughing menacingly.
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The famous story of Princess Ariel, the eldest daughter of King Triton, is revisited in The Little Mermaid (Javier Bardem). Ariel is insatiably attracted by the surface world, despite the king’s disdain for it. Ariel falls in love with Prince Eric after saving him from a shipwreck and is determined to see him again, no matter what. She encounters some difficulties, though—first from her father’s warnings and later from a developing dispute with Ursula, the sea witch.
Who Else Is In The Live-action Cast of The Little Mermaid?
Jude Akuwudike, Daveed Diggs, Jacob Tremblay, and Awkwafina are featured in The Little Mermaid as Grimsby, Sebastian, Flounder, and Scuttle, respectively. Perla and Karina are two characters that were created especially for this version of the story, and they are played by Lorena Andrea and Kasja Mohammar, respectively. Simone Ashley, Noma Dumezwani, Russell Balogh, Jessica Alexander, Adrian Christopher, and Emily Coates are included in the supporting cast.
Rob Marshall served as the film’s director, and Jane Goldman and David Magee wrote the screenplay. Together with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Alan Menken, who previously worked on the original animated film, returns to compose for the adaptation. Producers include Miranda, Marshall, John DeLuca, and Marc Platt. Walt Disney Films, Marc Platt Productions, Lucamar Productions, and 5000 Broadway Productions are among the organizations engaged.