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messaggio 3/7/2020, 23:11
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Ovviamente #notmyariel
Impossibile cambiare posizione.... maledetti pazzi


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messaggio 4/7/2020, 12:44
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Pazzi! Immagino che i danesi siano felicissimi che abbiano imbrattato l'unico monumento di rilievo nazionale! Sicuramente adesso, dopo questo gesto anti-conformista, il razzismo non esisterà più in Danimarca e non incrementerà ancora di più l'odio.... assolutamente no! laugh.gif
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messaggio 4/7/2020, 13:15
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Si sta davvero esagerando non ho parole...


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messaggio 4/7/2020, 19:01
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Scusate, ma sta storia del pesce nero Disney mi sembra tirata per i capelli. Mi sembra piuttosto il gesto di qualche ragazzino, magari proprio come presa in giro del movimento americano. Oppure per pura noia.
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Comunque questi imbrattamenti potrebbero proprio evitarli... perchè rovinare monumenti? troviamo queste scelte assurde e davvero denigratorie nei confronti dei vari Stati. (come non riusciamo a pensare allo sfacelo che hanno fatto abbattendo i monumenti storici in Afghanistan anni fa)


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Halle Bailey Celebrates Little Mermaid Casting Anniversary

The Little Mermaid’s Halle Bailey took a second this weekend to celebrate being cast as Ariel. The Internet lost its collective minds when the announcement was made public. All these months later, there is still some discussion about the choice to have a Black actress play the character. Bailey hasn’t shied away from the criticism and is set on delivering a good performance. Just last month she told Teen Vogue about the experience and sounded at peace with the situation. The trailer will make its way out at some point and this discourse will begin again.

"I feel like I'm dreaming, and I'm just grateful." Bailey previously told Variety. "And I don't pay attention to the negativity. I just feel like this role is something bigger than me, and greater, and it's going to be beautiful. I'm just so excited to be a part of it."

chloe x halle @chloexhalle: can’t believe this was a year ago today 😭❣️✨

For her part the original voice of Ariel supported the new actress. She contends that as long of the spirit of the character is fine, that’s all that matters.

“I think that the spirit of a character is what really matters." Jodi Benson said during a convention appearance. "What you bring to the table in a character as far as their heart, and their spirit, is what really counts. And the outside package — cause let’s face it, I’m really, really old — and so when I’m singing ‘Part of Your World,’ if you were to judge me on the way that I look on the outside, it might change the way that you interpret the song. But if you close your eyes, you can still hear the spirit of Ariel.”

“We need to be storytellers." Benson continued. “And no matter what we look like on the outside, no matter our race, our nation, the color of our skin, our dialect, whether I’m tall or thin, whether I’m overweight or underweight, or my hair is whatever color, we really need to tell the story. And that’s what we want to do, we want to make a connection to the audience. So I know for Disney that they have the heart of storytelling, that’s really what they’re trying to do. They want to communicate with all of us in the audience so that we can fall in love with the film again.”


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'The Little Mermaid' Cast and Crew Set to Return to London and Begin Production Later This Month

Walt Disney Studios live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid will be among several high profile films to resume production at Pinewood Studios in London, following exemption of quarantine rules, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said Sunday.

The film was just days away from filming back in March until the COVID-19 outbreak caused the studio to close production, sending the cast and crew back home. Now, crew members for the film will be allowed to return as the British government is granting a number of film and TV productions exemption from following quarantine rules.

That said, the exemption will come with strict conditions to keep the cast and crew safe. Cast and crew will be restricted to a “bubble” environment, where they will live in close proximity to the production area and will not be able to leave to the surrounding community.

Dowden stated that the exemption is being granted to help revive the British film industry in the safest way possible:

“The world’s biggest blockbusters and high-end TV shows are made in Britain, our creativity, expertise and highly successful tax reliefs for our screen industries means that we are an in-demand location that in turn delivers a great return for our economy. We want the industry to bounce back and exempting small numbers of essential cast and crew from quarantine is part of our continued commitment to getting cameras rolling safely again.”

Other productions resuming filming in the U.K. Include, Universal’s Jurassic World: Dominion, Warner Bros.’ The Batman, Fantastic Beasts 3, Sony’s live-action musical adaptation of Cinderella and Mission Impossible 7. Meanwhile in New Zealand, 20th Century Studios resumed production on Avatar 2 and the Czech Republic has given the okay for Marvel Studios to finish filming on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.

Directed by Rob Marshall (Mary Poppins Returns, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides), The Little Mermaid is set to star musical artist Halle Bailey as Ariel, Jonah-Haur King as the aforementioned Prince Eric, Melissa McCarthy as the villainous Sea Witch Ursula, Javier Bardem as King Triton, Jacob Tremblay as Flounder, Daveed Diggs as Sebastian, and Awkwafina as Scuttle.

Alan Menken recently revealed that he and Lin-Manuel Miranda (Moana) have finished recording all the music for the film, which will feature four brand-new songs. Menken has teased that those songs will consist of new ones for both King Triton (Bardem) and Scuttle (Awkwafina), we also hear Prince Eric will get his own song as well, and that another will feature a duo between both Ariel and Eric.


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