The Litte Mermaid Live-Action Film: Halle Bailey Will Play As Ariel
In this post, we will be talking about the inclusion of Halle Bailey in the upcoming live-action film of The Litte Mermaid. Singer, Halle Bailey is about to go on a new venture as she is the new addition to the Disney World. She is a member of the musical group, Chloe x Halle. The Little Mermaid live-action film will be coming out soon, and fans will be glad to know that none other than Halle Bailey will play the character of Ariel in the live-action movie.
She is the newest addition, and fans are extremely excited to see how she portrays the character in the big screens. We have gathered all the recent updates and information regarding the film, so here is everything you need to know about the upcoming live-action film of The Little Mermaid.
Rob Marshall will be directing the upcoming live-action film while the producers of the film are Marc Platt, Rob Marshal, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and John DeLuca.
In a statement, Rob Marshall revealed that they had an extensive search for the character after all the searches they found that Halle Bailey possesses the rare combination of youth, spirit, heart, innocence, a great singing voice and all other essential qualities which are required for the role of Ariel.
The musical group also shared a message for her fans on Twitter. Her tweet read, ‘dream come true,’ along with a picture of Ariel. Along with Halle bailey, Jacob Tremblay will play the character of Flounder and Awkwafina will play the character of Scuttle. Melissa McCarthy is rumored to play the character of Ursula.
Alan Menken and Howard Ashman will be working on the songs of the film, both old and new. Miranda will be working on the lyrics while Menken will take care of the music.
This is all the information about the movie we have got so far, and we expect to hear more about the storyline, the villain in the upcoming days.
Production of the upcoming live-action movie is reported to being in early 2020, so we should expect the movie to drop sometime in 2021.