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Sembra innovativa come storia... ma un attimo non c'era un'altra sirenetta in ballo? (sempre non Walt Disney).
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messaggio 11/3/2017, 16:42
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CITAZIONE (Klauz_star @ 11/3/2017, 15:23) *
Sembra innovativa come storia... ma un attimo non c'era un'altra sirenetta in ballo? (sempre non Walt Disney).

Sì, quella della Universal, inizialmente proposta a Chloe Moretz. Se la Disney si spiccia, questa della Universal è facile salterà, proprio come accadde con la Bella e la Bestia di Del Toro, che si vide scippare la Watson dalla Disney.


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messaggio 11/3/2017, 18:45
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Molto carina l'idea della doppia Sirenetta, in generale sembra un progetto interessante. Peccato per il titolo poco originale, si rischia di fare confusione tra tutti questi adattamenti! Speriamo che la Disney si sbrighi...


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messaggio 12/3/2017, 21:00
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Sono curioso perché sembra una storia originale non la solita trita ritrita... anche se mi piacerebbe una sirenetta in linea con l'originale, quella disney sicuramente avrà l'immancabile lieto fine.

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Trailer: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=usl5u9ruA0U



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messaggio 2/4/2017, 18:10
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Ecco la locandina:



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messaggio 13/6/2017, 22:22
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Novità:

* Il film debutterà questa estate su Netflix.

* Nel cast c'è anche la fotomodella Boca Raton nel ruolo di una donna umana di nome Margareth.

Da MyPalmBeachPost:

How did Boca Raton model get role in Netflix’s ‘The Little Mermaid’?

Less than a year into her modeling career, Alexis Marie says she’s still learning the business, but already she’s got some lessons down. For instance, “when you go to a casting, you should wear heels,” she says, something she learned when she didn’t get a particular gig.
But Marie, 22, a Boca Raton Community High School graduate, did get another gig: She will be featured in “The Little Mermaid,” which premieres on Netflix this summer.

The live-action movie is based on the Hans Christian Andersen tale rather than the 1989 animated Disney version, featuring Shirley MacLaine, Gina Gershon, “The Royals” star William Moseley and English actress Poppy Drayton.

Marie has also appeared in a shoot for Italian fashion magazine Vitrine, and has done some runway modeling as well.

“Alexis has the potential and look to go all the way to the top,” says Rasheed Alli, the founder and managing partner of Miami’s DAS Model Management. “She has no ego or inhibitions and she has a very humble and vibrant personality that is contagious.”

As with most of the best discovery stories, Marie’s journey to the business involves a lot of coincidence - “It just happened,” she says.

Growing up a tall, pretty girl, she says people had suggested she check out modeling “but I had never been to an agency. I thought I knew what they were about, that it would be a pessimistic experience, like they would always be telling me something wrong with me. I didn’t have an idea how to start.”

Instead, after her high school graduation, Marie initially considered going to college “but then decided not to. School wasn’t my thing. I can go back at any time, but I decided I wanted to fully focus on whatever I was doing, not be half and half. I have to be fully into it.”

Instead of a formal education, she started reading “a lot of personal development books, a lot of self-help books, like ‘How To Win Friends and Influence People.’” With that motivation, she decided “I wanted to be my own boss,” and started working in direct vitamin and nutrition sales, something she did for a little more than a year, before getting a gig as an assistant to Ed Arenas, a Miami casting director.

It was with that job that her acting career began. She started working in the production office for “The Little Mermaid” and asked “if they minded if I auditioned. Ask and ye shall receive,’” she says, smiling.

Marie landed the small role of Margaret, a (non-mermaid) 1950s secretary with a period costume and Boston accent. Margaret works for Moseley, whose niece finds a young woman she believes to be a mermaid. Although it’s not a big part, Marie says she’s proud “to have landed my first speaking role in my first movie. Some actresses can go 20 years and not get a speaking role.”

She shot for one very long 12-hour day, “playing scenes in the heat” in Savannah, Georgia last May, and continues to work on modeling gigs.

Although she prefers to be natural, Marie has done some more avant-garde work, like a shoot “where I had gold on my eyelashes, which was pretty crazy, but it came off pretty easy. I was surprised. And I’ve had insects on my eyes.”

She says that acting is “more strict, more serious” than modeling, which allows you “to live out a character you have in your head.”

Even though she’s just started, Alli says he and DAS expect big things for her - “Paolo (Buonfante), our head of talent and booking, says Alexis has a $300 million face. That means a lot from someone who has helped launch the careers of Heidi Klum, Claudia Schiffer and Eva Herzigova.”

Marie says she’d like to do more acting as well as modeling, and says that she hopes one day to “book some sort of campaign that requires me to travel. I’d love to go to Paris. That’s where I’d like to conquer first.”

And should she get the chance, you know she’ll have the proper footwear.


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messaggio 10/5/2018, 15:05
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* Il film arriverà nelle sale cinematografiche americane il 17 agosto.

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Live-Action ‘The Little Mermaid’ Gets August AMC Theatres Release

The Little Mermaid, the live-action film inspired by the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale more than the Disney animated classic, has set an August 17 release date exclusively at more than 200 AMC Theatres nationwide via Freestyle Releasing. The Royals‘ William Moseley and Downton Abbey‘s Poppy Drayton star in the debut feature from Robert Molloy’s Kingsway Productions.


Written by Blake Harris and co-directed by Harris and Chris Bouchard, the fantasy-adventure follows a young girl who discovers a beautiful, enchanting woman she believes to be the real “Little Mermaid” of lore. Moseley is Cam Harrison, a young reporter following a big story about the mermaid (Drayton) and a magic healing water said to cure all. He travels with his sick niece (Loreto Peralta) to a small Mississippi town and uncovers a legend that’s as mysterious as the circus they find it in. Shirley MacLaine, Gina Gershon and Armando Gutierrez co-star.

Gutierrez, Molloy and Kevin Adler are producers, and Jessica Steinbrenner is executive producer of the film from Kingsway and Conglomerate Media.

Check out the new trailer:


Qui il nuovo trailer:

The Little Mermaid 2018 - Final Trailer


Qui il sito ufficiale:

TheLittleMermaid.tv


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messaggio 11/5/2018, 15:27
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Scusate mi sono perso, uscirà al cinema e/o su Netflix? E in Italia? Lo vedremo su Netflix?


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messaggio 11/5/2018, 18:51
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CITAZIONE (Scrooge McDuck @ 11/5/2018, 15:27) *
Scusate mi sono perso, uscirà al cinema e/o su Netflix? E in Italia? Lo vedremo su Netflix?

Sembra, in America nei cinema, resto del mondo Netflix.


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messaggio 22/7/2018, 19:53
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In America ad agosto nei cinema ma in soli alcuni cinema dall'8 agosto, nel resto del mondo su Netflix.

Qui l'articolo da http://pop.inquirer.net/54864/new-live-act...nemas-august-8:

New live-action reimagining of classic ‘The Little Mermaid’ comes to PH cinemas August 8

The latest thrilling fantasy-adventure live-action independent remake of “The Little Mermaid” is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s novel that stars British actress Poppy Drayton (Downton Abbey), William Moseley (Chronicles of Narnia, The Royals), Loreto Peralta, Armando Gutierrez and Shirley MacLaine. First published in 1837 about a mermaid’s sacrifice for love, the latest adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” is a brand new take on Anderson’s timeless tale, written and directed by Blake Harris.

Produced by independent studios Kingsway Productions and Conglomerate Media, “The Little Mermaid” unfolds with an old grandmother telling her two granddaughters the story of a fascinating beautiful mermaid. William Moseley stars as a reporter who started following a story about a mermaid and a magical healing water. Together with his sick niece, they travel to a small town in Mississippi to uncover a legend. There, they go to a circus and encounter a beautiful mermaid trapped in a glass tank. They are further amazed when the mermaid appears before them as a young woman with legs.

Drayton, who stars in the titular role said in previous interviews that she’s hugely fascinated with mermaids. Moseley who has visited the Philippines previously said in local interviews that the movie didn’t have the same budget as Disney’s but it’s also a film with a lot of heart.

A very different “The Little Mermaid” splashes in Philippine cinemas nationwide on August 8 from Axinite Digicinema.

Trailer link – THE LITTLE MERMAID – in Philippine cinemas August 8


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messaggio 5/8/2018, 22:25
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Novità:

* Il presenterà una parte animata che ripercorre la fiaba di Hans Christian Andersen.

Ecco qua l'articolo con il nuovo trailer da http://hsbnoticias.com/noticias/vida-moder...en-nada-445350:

'La Sirenita': Mira aquí el tráiler y que no se parece en nada al de Disney

La historia del tradicional cuento de Hans Christian Andersen y Chris Bouchard, 'La Sirenita', tendrá una nueva versión y esta vez serpa con personajes reales.

La actriz mexicana, Loreto Peralta, quien participó en la película de Eugenio Derbez 'No se aceptan devoluciones' hará la nueva versión de esta hermosa historia.

A su lado estarán otros actores como William Moseley, Poppy Drayton, Diahann Carroll, William Forsythe y Gina Gershon.

La adaptación de 'La sirenita' a cargo de Blake Harris, contará la historia de un reportero que viaja con su hermana a un pueblito costero donde encontrarán a una criatura marina que considerarán la verdadera sirenita.

El dúo aprende de una profecía sobre de una niña pequeña nacida en tierra y bendecida con el corazón de una sirena.

El estreno de la nueva película está previsto para septiembre.



Il nuovo trailer qui:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhkAEa9TE4A


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messaggio 7/8/2018, 18:23
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Questa è proprio una storia nuova... non è la classica trasposizione.
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messaggio 9/8/2018, 11:39
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Sì è differente perchè questo film è di fatto il seguito della fiaba di Andersen.

Se noti dal trailer si vede che la fiaba è raccontata a cartoni animati, quindi la parte dopo è il seguito.

Tra l'altro i due protagonisti (la Sirenetta e il giornalista che ha il ruolo del principe) sono bellissimi davvero!

Qui un articolo e video sul film da https://www.abcactionnews.com/morning-blend...world-premiere:

"The Little Mermaid" World Premiere

The stars of the live-action feature The Little Mermaid, Poppy Drayton and William Moseley, along with director Blake Harris, will attend the world premiere on August 8 ahead of the nationwide release of the film beginning August 17, 2018 exclusively in AMC Theaters. The premiere will take place in downtown Tampa at the Tampa Theatre and will include a giant blue carpet and Mermaids from World Famous Weeki Wachee Springs State Park where underwater scenes of The Little Mermaid were filmed.


Video intervista a Poppy Drayton e William Moseley:

https://www.abcactionnews.com/morning-blend...-world-premiere


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messaggio 9/8/2018, 11:42
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Articolo da https://www.tampabay.com/features/movies/-L...onth_170695420:

‘Little Mermaid’ film made by the Steinbrenner family premieres this month

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A scene from the live action movie \u201CThe Little Mermaid,\u201D produced by Robert Molloy, grandson of George Steinbrenner. [Photo courtesy of Kingsway Productions] A scene from the live action movie \u201CThe Little Mermaid,\u201D produced by Robert Molloy, grandson of George Steinbrenner. [Photo courtesy of Kingsway Productions] A scene from the live action movie \u201CThe Little Mermaid,\u201D produced by Robert Molloy, grandson of George Steinbrenner. [Photo courtesy of Kingsway Productions] Robert Molloy, the grandson of George Steinbrenner, poses at AMC Veterans 24 with a poster of the new movie he has produced.

Robert Molloy sees similarities between Major League Baseball teams and movie productions.

"The actors are the ball players," he said. "Production designers are like those who work in operations." A director is akin to the manager, he added, crew is like the coaching staff, and an executive producer is parallel to a team owner.

Molloy, a 26-year-old lifelong Tampa resident, speaks from experience.

The live action independent film The Little Mermaid he produced through his Tampa-based Kingsway Productions will premiere today to a full house at Tampa Theatre. It opens nationwide Aug. 17.

As for baseball, the maternal side of Molloy’s bloodline is the most famous sports team owners of all time: the Steinbrenners.

His mother Jessica Steinbrenner is general partner and co-vice chairwoman of the New York Yankees. And his grandfather is "The Boss" himself — the late George Steinbrenner, who as owner was often as entertaining as the on-field product.

"My grandpa was a showman," said Molloy, also the assistant director of operations at Tampa’s Steinbrenner Field, home to the minor league Tampa Yankees and where the New York Yankees compete during spring training. "So, I think he would love what I am doing."

Filmed almost entirely in and around Savannah, Ga., in 2016 for about $5 million, the movie starring William Moseley, Shirley MacLaine and Gina Gershon is far different than the Walt Disney animated classic.

In this adaptation, a reporter seeking to learn the truth behind a miracle tonic called "mermaid water" discovers what his niece says is a real mermaid held prisoner in a circus.

Molloy’s film and Disney’s are both based loosely on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name about a young mermaid who gives up her life in the sea to earn a human soul.

"The book is a little dark but a great story," said Molloy, a graduate of Tampa Preparatory School and Saint Leo University. It "was one of my favorites growing up."

Still, it was baseball that brought Molloy to the movie industry and prepared him for it.

Molloy said he has long had Hollywood ambitions. Around three years ago, he was approached by his filmmaker friend Armando Gutierrez about executive producing a project based on the Yankees.

Gutierrez had purchased the movie rights to the book The Luckiest Man that details Lou Gehrig’s battle with the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis disease that ended the career and ultimately the life of the Yankee known as the "Iron Horse."

"He is my favorite Yankee," Molloy said. "I thought it was a great idea."

Still, cameras would not be ready to roll on that production until late 2019. Bitten by the Hollywood bug, Molloy was intent on making a movie sooner than later.

So, he chose The Little Mermaid as his inaugural film. And while he shares an executive producer credit with his mother, Molloy did the heavy lifting.

"It was him from the very beginning," said Kevin Adler, who worked as a co-producer under Molloy on the film. "From script development to financing to preproduction to filming to postproduction to putting it into theaters to doing all the distribution deals."

The experience was overwhelming at times, Molloy said. "We had 150 on our crew, and for circus scenes we added another 50 to 100."

He credits his Yankees resume with helping him through. Before taking on his current position with the organization, he said, "I worked in every department to understand every facet of the organization like marketing and player development."

As an eighth-grader, he even had a stint as a locker room gopher for the Tampa Yankees, the minor league team now called the Tarpons.

"I later helped with the draft by typing 38,000 (prospect) names, birth places and birth dates," he said. "With this movie I took what I learned with the Yankees and was able to translate that to Hollywood. And I think we hit a home run — no pun intended."

Contact Paul Guzzo at [email protected] Follow @PGuzzoTimes.

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The Little Mermaid

Starting Aug. 17, The Little Mermaid will screen at theaters including AMC Classic Centro Ybor 10 and AMC Veterans 24 in Tampa and AMC Sundial 20 in St. Petersburg.


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messaggio 9/8/2018, 11:48
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Articolo in spagnolo su Loreto Peralta, una delle protagoniste del film. Da https://www.laprensagrafica.com/farandula/L...0805-0081.html:

Loreto Peralta Brilla con luz propia
Hizo su debut en el cine junto a Eugenio Derbez en "No se aceptan devoluciones". Este año explorará con la fantasía en el filme "La Sirenita".
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6 de Agosto de 2018 - 00:00 HS

Sabiamente, los padres de Loreto Peralta vieron en ella talento para la actuación, y cuando Eugenio Derbez hizo el casting para "No se aceptan devoluciones", ellos no dudaron en inscribirla. "Buscamos niño/niña para película. Aproximadamente entre 6 o 7 años. 100 % bilingüe, que hable inglés y español sin acento. Tipo anglosajón (gringo). Mucho carisma", fue el tuit que publicó desesperado el actor en abril de 2012.

La interpretación fue tan destacada –que preferiblemente buscaban a un niño para personificar al que sería el infante protagonista– y la producción optó por darle un giro a la historia y asignarle a Loreto el papel.


Desde ese día inició su camino por la actuación no solo en México, sino también en Hollywood. La ahora adolescente reconoce que siempre se decía "que algún día sería una actriz famosa", y lo está logrando.

Luego de varios rumores, se confirmó que la jovencita de 14 años estaría dentro de la cinta "The Little Mermaid" ("La Sirenita") con un personaje estelar. La historia, según IMDb, tendía su estreno mundial este mes y está basada en el cuento de hadas de Hans Christian Andersen.


Peralta está preparada para sumergirse en un nuevo reto actoral. En "La Sirenita" comparte crédito con otros grandes artistas como Shirley MacLaine y Poppy Drayton.

"Es una cinta toda en inglés, y sale el próximo año; mi personaje se llama Elle, es en 1930, así que me tocó experimentar con el vestuario, el peinado, entonces estuvo superdivertido", indicó la pequeña respecto a su experiencia.

Aunque en esta adaptación de la cinta original animada, la producción se toma ciertas licencias, el amor, el drama y la fantasía mantendrán al espectador en suspenso.

La película animada de Disney estrenó en 1989 y recaudó más de $200 millones en taquilla a escala mundial; la trama se centra en Ariel, una sirena que se enamora de un humano y está dispuesta a renunciar a su vida como "princesa" del océano para poder estar con el amor de su vida.

Sin embargo, aunque esta versión en "live-action" toma como base la creatividad de Disney, da algunos giros, como, por ejemplo, el villano será un mago que está dispuesto a todo por lograr sus propósitos y es ahí donde Elle (Loreto Peralta) y Cam Harrison (William Moseley) tendrán que enfrentar sus temores para rescatar a una generosa sirena (Poppy Drayton).

En julio de este año, la misma Loreto fue quien compartió en las redes sociales el avance. "Hola a todos; los invito a que vean el nuevo tráiler de mi nueva película, les mando mil besos", fueron las palabras con las que acompañó el video.


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messaggio 30/11/2018, 13:39
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Da domani su Netflix.


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Da domani su Netflix.

E' anche doppiato.


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