Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' Teaser Trailer Is Out! | Spurzine

Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ Teaser Trailer Is Out!


After nearly a year of silence, Disney finally revealed a teaser trailer for its live-action remake of The Little Mermaid this week showing Halle Bailey as Ariel.

The 1989 classic, which has been watched by millions over the years was given a thumbs up for a live-action remake a few years ago with Disney choosing to cast Halle Bailey as Ariel back in July 2019.

The trailer shows Bailey as Ariel, swimming through her treasure trove of human objects and singing Part of That World which brings back a lot of memories for baby boomers who had found a special place in their hearts for the Disney classic.

The trailer, which was released at Disney’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, on Friday also revealed the release date for The Little Mermaid which is May 26, 2023. Bailey posted on Instagram in July of last year that filming had wrapped after being delayed by the pandemic.

Check out the Little Mermaid teaser trailer in the tweet below;

Aside from Bailey, the movie brings a joyful cast which includes the likes of Jonah Hauer-King, who plays Prince Eric, Melissa McCarthy as sea witch Ursula, Javier Bardem as King Triton, Daveed Diggs as Sebastian the crab, Jacob Tremblay as Flounder and Awkwafina as Scuttle the seagull. Lin-Manuel Miranda will write lyrics for the movie’s soundtrack.

D23 has so far seen Disney announce an expansion to Disneyland’s Avenger’s Campus, the latest Hocus Pocus 2 trailer, the new movie Mufasa: The Lion King, Pixar’s Inside Out 2, a new Disney animation called Iwájú and more.

Source: CNET


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Allan Bangirana

Allan Bangirana is a freelance writer for Newslibre & Spurzine. He is passionate about tech, and games and occasionally writes about entertainment, lifestyle and so much more.

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