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OT

Rispondendo alla vostra domanda, Veu, io è da un paio d'anni che sento parlare di loro (dall'estate del 2015 per la precisione), sin da quando cantavo e ballavo sul ritmo di Black Magic, che a quanto so è stato il brano che le ha lanciate un po' dappertutto.
Anche i miei amici le conoscono, uno in particolare è un fan sfegatato. Pensate che domani sera ci sarà un loro concerto qui in Italia! Quindi non sono affatto sconosciute, tutt'altro. smile.gif


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messaggio 29/5/2017, 20:48
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CITAZIONE (veu @ 29/5/2017, 0:04) *
più che altro ci domandiamo una cosa: ma Jade delle Little Mix è famosa? le Little Mix sono famose in USA o nel resto del mondo fuori dalla Gran Bretagna? in Italia le conoscono? personalmente non ne avevamo mai sentito parlare...
questa domanda ci sorge anche perché se vogliono attirare pubblico di giovani devono mettere gente famosa, almeno 3 o 4 attori ultra-noti e che attirino anche i ragazzi. Non vorremmo che anche per Aladdin ci fosse un cast come quello dello Schiaccianoci dove non ci sono nomi di grido per gli adolescenti (che sono il pubblico che è maggior destinatario di questo genere di film) e infatti non se ne parla pressoché da nessuna parte dello Schiaccianoci durante la produzione

Comunque segnaliamo che i casting sono ancora in corso come risulta da questa casting call di sole 4 ore fa:

Dal sito Backstage:

Aladdin

Film: Feature Films

Nonunion

Expires: June 30, 2017

Company

Disney Motion Pictures

Nashwa Alruwaini,

Production Description

Biggest 2018 Hollywood - Disney live action movie -musical directed by Guy Ritchie.
We are looking looking Arab talent that can act and sing in English for the main roles in the movie ( Prince Ala and Princess Jasmine) .
Profile requiremnts :
Female and Male
Age: 18 to 25 years
Language: English –(fluent)
Skills: Acting and Singing (essential) candidates need to be able to sing on Broadway level
Filming: Will be held in 2017/2018 (Worldwide locations)

Roles

Aladdin (Lead): Male, 17-25

Lead role
Fluency in English is essential
Skills: Acting and Singing candidates need to be able to sing on Broadway level
Ethnicity: Middle Eastern
Required Media: Headshot/Photo, Video Reel

Jasmine (Lead): 17-25

Lead role
Fluency in English is essential
Skills: Acting and Singing candidates need to be able to sing on Broadway level
Ethnicity: Middle Eastern
Required Media: Headshot/Photo, Video Reel

In Italia faranno un concerto domani, sono uscite anche loro da x factor (e l'hanno anche vinto) sono considerate la versione al femminile dei one direction... anche se ai livelli di popolarità non sono ancora cosi elevate.
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messaggio 29/5/2017, 23:17
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Grazie Arancina e Klauz.
Sì alla fine queste Little Mix hanno un loro pubblico ma non sono iper famose... il gruppo One Direction è più noto... tra l'altro Zayn Malik del gruppo dei One Direction era stato provinato per il ruolo di Aladdin (anche perché alcuni siti l'avevano indicato nei vari fanta-casting voluti dal pubblico) ma era poi subito stato detto che non vi sarebbe stato


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Sono stato al concerto l'altra sera, diciamo che non sono ai livelli delle Spice Girls (anche se c'era parecchia gente), però si difendono bene, non credo che Jade prenderà parte al film perché hanno un contratto discografico in corso per un altro album e un tour, anzi per essere uscite da un talent stanno anche durando parecchio (di solito i gruppi usciti dai talent show durano massimo due anni), anche due anni fa si diceva che Moana/Vaiana in originale sarebbe stata doppiata da Dinah jane delle fifth harmony (che sono il corrispettivo americano delle little mix) ma fu smentito anche per via del contratto discografico.

Per il ruolo di Jasmine ci vedrei bene una come Freida Pinto, solo che è troppo avanti con l'età... https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freida_Pinto
oppure Nabiha Akkari che compare nel film di checco zalone "Che bella giornata", ma anche lei è avanti con l'età, insomma per jasmine ci vuole una ragazza sui vent'anni.
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Vedremo chi sarà. Speriamo mettano un'attrice nota ma che sia giusta per il ruolo. Certo speriamo non mettano nuovamente un cast di sconosciuti come ne Lo Schiaccianoci , ci vogliono 3 o 4 nomi di grido per il pubblico adulto e per i ragazzini anche perché il successo è 70-80% cast, 30-20% film al giorno d'oggi quindi speriamo mettano un'attrice famosa ma che sia giusta per il ruolo per Jasmine. Anche per Aladdin devono cercare qualcuno di famoso ma che vada bene e sia giusto, evitiamo i vari tipi alla Pieraccioni solo d'oriente (come hanno fatto con Whitehall, il Pieraccioni inglese per lo Schiaccianoci).

Dal sito The Knowledge Online:

Aladdin
Guy Ritchie is at the helm of Disney’s live-action reboot of the story Aladdin and the Magic Lamp from classic folk tale book One Thousand and One Nights. Principal photography is due to begin in mid-summer and run for around seven months.


Il sito (il più affidabile sulle produzioni girate in Inghilterra) segnala che le riprese iniziano a metà estate e dureranno circa sette mesi.

Segnaliamo inoltre che verranno realizzati degli esterni in Medio Oriente (Giordania, Arabia, Iraq, ecc)


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messaggio 10/6/2017, 12:41
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Rumor:

Tom Hardy potrebbe interpretare Jafar.

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Tom Hardy to star as villain Jafar in Guy Ritchie's Aladdin live-action remake?

Auditions are well underway for the latest Disney remake which will see the King Arthur director at the helm

Will Smith and Little Mix's Jade Thirwall are just some of the names that have so far been linked to Guy Ritchie's live-action remake of Aladdin.

And now it's been reported that Tom Hardy could also be added to the rebooted version of the much-loved 1992 animated Disney musical.

The King Arthur: Legend of the Sword director is said to have approached the 39-year-old Peaky Blinders actor to play the main villain, evil Jafar.

“Guy is a huge fan of Tom’s work and securing him would be a major coup," a source said.

They added to The Sun: “There have been conversations and, although nothing is set in stone and things are subject to change, he's certainly one of Guy’s favoured choices.

"It just depends on schedules whether he’ll be able to sign up.”

It comes just weeks after it was reported that chart-topper Jade was in talks to play Princess Jasmine. The 24 year-old - who is a huge Disney fan - is said to be on the verge of signing a contract for the coveted gig, which would mark her very first solo venture.

Guy put out a casting call for actors last month and the auditions are well underway.

The original movie told the story of Aladdin, the young thief who is granted three wishes by a genie trapped in a lamp and the evil Jafar who wants to become all powerful.

Dan Lin is producing the live-action remake and says it will an ambitious "non-traditional" take on Aladdin. Jonathan Eirich will executive produce the movie.


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messaggio 10/6/2017, 13:01
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Un Jafar che non sia medio orientale non lo posso vedere Arrabbiato3.gif
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Alan Menken annuncia che il film si gira ad agosto.

Da Billboard:

Alan Menken Talks Working With Guy Ritchie on Live-Action 'Aladdin,' Progress of 'Little Mermaid'

The world is lucky this year’s Songwriters Hall of Fame Johnny Mercer Award honoree didn’t follow in the footsteps of most men in his family and become a dentist. We wouldn’t have a calypso crab named Sebastian, a jazzy Genie or the homage to Sinatra, Chuck Berry and other “neighborhood” crooners in Broadway’s A Bronx Tale.

Multiple Grammy-, Tony- and Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken pauses from his work on the Guy Ritchie-directed live-action Aladdin treatment -- a live-action Little Mermaid, as well as a sequel to Enchanted and new theatrical take on his Little Shop of Horrors are also on his short list -- to share how he creates the distinct worlds his projects live in.

Menken will be honored along with Pitbull, Ed Sheeran and others at the 48th SHOF induction gala on Thursday, June 15 in New York.

Your work with Disney animated musicals has defined much of your career. Did you have any initial reservations taking the job?

I don’t remember reservations particularly. I remember nervousness about the underscore aspect of it because that was a new skill for me. There’s the songwriting aspect and then there’s the film composer aspect, and film composer aspect was new to me but I was determined to tackle that because I’d already created shows. With Little Shop of Horrors I’d created all the songs, plus all the music in between, and yet none of that music was actually eligible for any of the awards and it felt strange to have someone else’s name -- a very talented man named [composer] Miles Goodman -- there but not me.

Talk us through writing “Under the Sea,” one of your most celebrated songs, co-written with Howard Ashman, from your very first Disney musical film 1989’s The Little Mermaid.

It was incredibly unusual to have that kind of a song be an Oscar-winning song at that time. They tended to be more pop tunes attached to a big movie, so that was obviously transformative. We had seen some artwork, but in general we come in not only as songwriters but as musical theater dramatists. Whatever progress the writers and animators have made, we’re going to take that story and reshape it so it supports [song selection] in the most effective way possible. Our job is to get in there before they go any further, and to restructure. For instance, the decision to have Sebastian be a Caribbean crab as opposed to a stuffy English crab was in service of a song concept. And the decision to have Ursula be inspired by Divine came from the songwriters.

Where do you even begin with the process of structuring a musical?

Music is a gestalt. Songs are a life force and they have specific vocabulary to them. You hear a few notes, and they take you into a world of association. And it’s our job to figure out what world we want to bring people into. When we decided to have the vocabulary of the Genie in Aladdin be Harlem jazz, and Fats Waller, that obviously defined Aladdin. It would have been an entirely different project. In the description there were two genies originally -- the Genie of the Lamp and the Genie of the Ring. The Genie of the Ring was described as being black, and having actually an earring in his ear and sort of looking like a hipster, and that brought us to a feeling of Harlem. You brainstorm with various ideas, but when one clicks, it totally defines the project.

When we came up with the vocabulary for “Carrying the Banner” in Newsies, it was somewhere between ragtime and R&B. Then you go, “There’s the DNA that’s going to tell the story,” and it puts it into a world that somehow makes sense to us. It may not make sense on a totally logical level, but it makes sense on a gut level. When we defined Sister Act and did it for Broadway with disco and psychedelic funk and 70s-style pop music, that took it out of the Motown of the original movie and gave it another world to live in. When we decided to do A Bronx Tale with the music of the neighborhood -- there was Dion and the Belmonts and Frank Sinatra and Otis Redding -- that defined the score.

Is your writing technique the same across genres?

It’s writing songs within the structure of telling a story, so it becomes a platform for diverse songwriting, for a writing process that’s broader than just figuring out a song. You’re also dealing with always pushing the story forward, with casting the voices, with the orchestration, with the arrangements. If it’s a film with the underscore in between, if it’s a musical, what’s happening on stage, if it’s a TV series like Galavant -- there’s a richness to the experience. But in each case I want my collaborator in the room and in each case we discuss what is the song we need to write to go in this spot that’s going to be the most effective for storytelling and the project. There are times I will write a song independent of a theatrical or a musical with a capital M context but even then its all about the assignment. It’s not about sitting down and what’s in my heart today. I have lots of personal feelings of my own, but at this stage in my life and career I’m very much driven by assignment.

What was your experience writing the three new songs for the live-action theatrical version of Beauty and the Beast? Did you slip back into that world easily?

In that case, it was redefining the palette. The director, Bill Condon, had a pretty strong idea, and I felt the same way, that he wanted to ground it a little more in 18th century France and also open up backstory, so we knew where Belle and Maurice had been before they came to this little town, and we got a sense of who that young prince was before he became the Beast. And that informed all the new songwriting. If we had decided we wanted to emphasize comedy let’s say, it would’ve been an entirely different process. But the comedy and lightness was already there. So once the language was there, the process became easier for me to slip into. With every project you’re walking into a different house. Each one is a different locale, a different structure, a different feeling. I never take a song out of the trunk from one project and throw it into another, because each project to me is its own separate stream.

And up next is a live-action Little Mermaid?

But first is a live-action Aladdin, most people don’t know that. First there was a live-action Little Mermaid, but both the producer and my collaborator on that, Lin-Manuel Miranda, are working on Mary Poppins in London, so Aladdin has now jumped ahead of it and that’s what I’m in the thick of now.

Can you give us any teasers of what to expect with Aladdin?

It’s a very fluid process. Guy Ritchie is directing and he’s never directed a musical before so it’s going to be a lot of attempts to reinvent the wheel. Where it’s re-inventable, we will do it and where it’s not, we will discover that together. But it has to be a very fast discovery process because at this point shooting is supposed to start in August.

What advice do you give young songwriters?

One thing I’ve learned, if there’s any question about a song, just push it aside and start working on another. Don’t ever try to hang on to a song just because it’s a “good song.” It’s irrelevant. Songs are only really good if they’re good within the context of the project. It takes maturity and experience, but once you learn that lesson, it takes a lot of burden off you. There are so many shades and possibilities of songs and the job is not to try to shoehorn in the song you love. I also tell young artists, what’s precious is not your songs, what’s precious is your talent and your love of the process, so just go back and write another and another and another. Sometimes people have the mistaken value of, “You’ve got to stick to it.” But stick to it doesn’t mean you have to stick to one song, one artist. Stick to it means stick to your talent.

What does receiving the Johnny Mercer Award mean to you?

When you look at the list of people who’ve been honored with the Mercer Award, it’s amazing. My dad is now 96, and he would sit at the piano and play all the old classics, and those are the first people who are honored on this list. So, it’s like “Oh my God, amazing.” Are you happy I didn’t become a dentist? [laughs]. All the men in my family have been dentists.


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Un po' di news:

* Tom Hardy ha riferito che non sarà Jafar nel film

* Si cercano i protagonisti Aladdin e Jasmine in India e la direttrice del casting in India è Tess Joseph (che ha trovato talenti per Vita di Pi e Lion - La strada verso casa). A lei, conosciuta per aver individuato talenti del cinema indiano da esportare a Hollywood, spetta la scelta di trovare i protagonisti del film.

Dal sito Metro.co.uk:

Tom Hardy will not play Jafar in Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin amid casting backlash

Everyone take a breath. Tom Hardy is not going to play Jafar in Guy Ritchie’s new action remake of Aladdin.

The British star, who is reportedly keen to work with the director, won’t be stepping up to the plate for the movie, which starts shooting this summer.

His reps told us that there was ‘no truth’ to the rumours.

Phew.

Following the reports over the weekend, fans were confused why Tom would be signed up to play the character from Arabia and were concerned about whitewashing.

‘Guy is a huge fan of Tom’s work and securing him would be a major coup,’ a source told The Sun.

‘There have been conversations and, although nothing is set in stone and things are subject to change, he’s certainly one of Guy’s favoured choices.’

We did warn people not to get all worked up because despite the report, the Taboo star’s schedule is looking pretty mad at the moment.

‘It just depends on schedules and whether he’ll be able to sign up,’ they said.

The murmurings about the casting have been heating up in recent weeks, with Little Mix’s Jade also linked to the role of Princess Jasmine.

‘Jasmine is Jade’s perfect role, so she’s delighted to have got this far in the process. The talks have been going on for some time now,’ an insider has said.

‘And the longer they go on, the better her chances are looking. All of the girls have their fingers crossed for her, as they always support each other. But they also know that it would be a huge commitment. Jade would need to film for months, and that’s before promotion for the movie began.’


Dal sito Mumbai Mirror:

Guy Ritchie looking for Aladdin, Jasmine in India

After storming Hollywood with famously swashbuckling Brit hits like Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch and RocknRolla, following it up by helming a Sherlock Holmes film and Charlie Hunnam-starrer King Arthur, Guy Ritchie is now India-bound.

The 48-year-old filmmaker has entrusted acclaimed casting director Tess Joseph (Life of Pi, The Namesake, Lion), who has earned a reputation for scouting pitch-perfect actors for Indian parts in Hollywood films, with the task of finding Aladdin and Jasmine, the protagonists of his next project, in India.

The Mumbai-based casting director has been touring Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi to conduct auditions since the last few weeks and the team is hoping to zero in on the leads in the next few days. A source close to the development told Mirror, “The basic requirement are actors who can sing like Broadway artistes. While some popular actor-singers have already auditioned, the team is still looking for its leads. The live-action film will be shot in London later this year.”

Titled Aladdin, the film is an adapted screenplay penned by Grammy nominated John August and is based on the animated classic about a poor young man who vies for the love of a princess by using a genie’s magical powers to make him seem like a prince.


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messaggio 11/7/2017, 18:03
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'Aladdin': Disney Struggles to Find Stars for Its Live-Action Movie

Guy Ritchie and the studio are trying to wrap up a months-long search that has included names (Riz Ahmed, Dev Patel) and complete unknowns from around the world to play the street hustler turned prince.
Disney’s magic carpet ride has hit a bit of turbulence.

The studio and Aladdin director Guy Ritchie launched a global casting call in March to find the stars for the musical based on the hit 1992 animated film about a street kid who teams with a genie to woo the princess Jasmine. Disney, Ritchie and casting director Randi Hiller brought on casting agents around the world, from London to Egypt to Abu Dhabi and India, for what sources say is a massive global search: Around 2,000 actors and actresses have read for the lead roles of Jasmine and Aladdin.

But finding a male lead in his 20s who can act and sing has proven difficult — especially since the studio wants someone of Middle-Eastern or Indian descent (the animated film is set in the fictional Middle Eastern city of Agrabah). The original casting call specified that production was slated to begin by July, but the search has dragged on, with Disney and Ritchie having to go back to the drawing board multiple times. Sources say there have been several rounds of tests in London, with the actors coming in for up to two weeks at a time. “The test process was a mess,” says one agent with a client who tested.

While the studio had interest in Dev Patel, 27, and Riz Ahmed, 34, the male lead will likely be a newcomer. Sources say the studio is eyeing Power Rangers actress Naomi Scott, 24, or Indian actress Tara Sutaria, 21, to play Jasmine, but can’t lock the deal until the male lead has been selected since chemistry is so important to the story. (Will Smith is signed on to play the Genie, and sources say the studio is after known names for the role of the villain Jafar).

Among the newcomers who were still in the running for the riffraff/street rat in the most recent rounds of testing were Dutch actor Achraf Koutet, Canadian actor Mena Massoud and American George Kosturos.

As the search has dragged on (sources say the filmmakers went back to dig through the tapes once again when the most recent round of testing did not go well), the studio has brought on two movie-musical veterans to consult on the project: Marc Platt, who has a strong background in producing musicals and worked on Disney’s upcoming Mary Poppins Returns; and Chris Montan, a longtime executive music producer for Disney’s animated project such as Pocahontas, Toy Story, Hercules and Frozen.

The lengthy casting process could be a promising sign, however. Disney has had success with previous extensive casting searches for its live-action fare, from Lily James as Cinderella to Daisy Ridley as Rey in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and insiders say the studio's delay in landing Aladdin is due to its determination to get the casting right for such a beloved and iconic character.

The live-action adaptations of its classic animated films has been a key strategy for the studio that has paid off with hits including Cinderella ($543.5 million worldwide), Maleficent ($758.5 million) and Beauty and the Beast ($1.3 billion). As is the case with Aladdin, Disney is also committed to finding culturally appropriate leads for its other live-action feature, Mulan, focusing its casting search in mainland China.

With shooting for Aladdin now planned to start in August, Disney may have to use all three of its wishes to find its diamond in the rough.


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Le ragazze provinate vanno bene, sono tutte e due molto belle. Per Aladdin forse quello che si avvicina di più è George Kosturos... gli altri li vediamo un po' distanti dal personaggio... poi vedremo chi sarà scelto.

Crediamo comunque che i casting proseguano e entro poco avremo i loro nomi... tra l'altro per Jafar ricercano un nome famoso


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La notizia in italiano:

Aladdin: il casting del live-action di Guy Ritchie procede a rilento e con difficoltà

Come riportato dall’Hollywood Reporter, Guy Ritchie e il casting del live-action di Aladdin stanno impiegando più tempo del previsto a completare il cast del film, adattamento del Classico di animazione del 1992.

La ricerca del team di attori è iniziata nel mese di marzo e si sta rivelando particolarmente difficoltosa. Per i ruoli di Aladdin e Jasmine, al momento, sono stati presi in considerazione oltre duemila candidati su scala globale. Secondo le indiscrezioni trapelate dagli addetti ai lavori, per i ruoli dei protagonisti la Disney vorrebbe ingaggiare due giovani attori del Medio Oriente o Indiani e starebbe cercando due professionisti con eccellenti capacità sia nella recitazione che nel canto.

Alcune fonti vicine al team creativo del film hanno accennato ai nomi di Naomi Scott (Power Rangers) e dell’indiana Tara Sutaria come possibili candidate per il ruolo di Jasmine. Tuttava, oltre all’assenza di conferme ufficiali, pare che lo studio voglia prima testare l’alchimia dei due protagonisti insieme prima di confermarli nei rispettivi ruoli.

In passato, per il ruolo di Aladdin, la Disney ha mostrato interesse per candidati come Dev Patel e Riz Ahmed. È possibile, tuttavia, che il protagonista maschile del film sarà un attore poco noto o addirittura un esordiente. Dal momento che un nome per Aladdin ancora non c’è, è probabile che sarà necessario attendere anche per un’eventuale conferma circa l’attrice che interpreterà Jasmine.

Sappiamo, a oggi, che Will Smith potrebbe interpretare il Genio della Lampada. Lo studio, al momento, è alla ricerca di un attore anche per il ruolo di Jafar.

Fonte: Badtaste.it
http://www.badtaste.it/2017/07/12/aladdin-...-action/256413/


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Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

As THR reported this week, Guy Ritchie’s live action retelling of Aladdin — slated to enter production in August — has hit some casting bumps. Will Disney wish Aladdin to D23?

Al D23 Expo di questa settimana, nella sezione dei live action dopo Il Re Leone e Dumbo potrebbe anche parlarsi di Aladdin.


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Da BadTaste

D23 Expo: Aladdin, svelati i protagonisti del film in live-action di Guy Ritchie

I protagonisti del film diretto da Guy Ritchie saranno Mena Massoud (Jack Ryan), nei panni di Aladdin, Naomi Scott (Power Rangers) in quelli di Jasmine e Will Smith in quelli del Genio.

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Annunciati al D23 3 ruoli: Aladdin sarà Mena Massoud, Jasmine sarà Naomi Scott, Will Smith sarà il Genio.

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Mena Massoud (Aladdin):





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Il film non si ispirerà solamente al Classico ma trarrà elementi della trama anche dai racconti originali de Le Mille e una Notte

Fonte: Comingsoon.net


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L'attore ha una faccia simpatica e Jasmine sembra molto dolce.
Se espandono la trama con idee dalla fiaba originale e se will smith sarà presente in carne e ossa e non come pupazzone cgi(purtroppo ci spero poco...)...potrebbe venir fuori qualcosa di carino.


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Pare che tutto sia pronto per girare.
E' lecito aspettarsi il film per il 2019 (insieme a Mulan e il re leone... non sarà un pò troppo?)


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CITAZIONE (Rowena84 @ 16/7/2017, 9:32) *
se will smith sarà presente in carne e ossa e non come pupazzone cgi(purtroppo ci spero poco...)

Non ce lo vedo proprio il genio in carne e ossa. Con la performance capture si può andare ben oltre il "pupazzone".
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Si salva mezza mezza la futura Jasmine, mentre per Aladdin... mammamia...

Per Will Smith sul genio... Io non lo so davvero, preferivo i sequel direct to video piuttosto che sti aborti live (live?) action.
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Naomi Scott è molto bella e brava, Mena Massoud proprio non l'abbiamo mai sentito.
Come cast la nostra preoccupazione è che sono entrambi pressoché sconosciuti... sì la Scott ha qualche esperienza che l'hanno resa un po' più nota ma è ancora una sconosciuta (il problema del film dei Power Rangers è infatti stato che il cast era tutto composto da persone poco note, che vuoi anche perché la Lionsgate è una casa minore rispetto ai colossi americani, però ha avuto il problema di non riuscire ad avere nomi di richiamo che attirassero pubblico nelle sale).

Come scelta ci lascia un po' perplessi considerando che il cast de La Bella e la Bestia e del Re Leone è tutto all star...
in tutta onestà credevamo che mettessero una Jennifer Lawrence bruna per Jasmine in modo da far giungere nelle sale le flotte dei fans dell'attrice... qui rischiamo di avere nuovamente un cast di sconosciuti per il film come già per Lo Schiaccianoci...


Scissor, Aladdin è per il 2020...


ci piace l'idea di trarre ispirazione dalle Mille e una notte... forse rendono maggiore il ruolo di Jasmine (una via di mezzo con la Sheherazade dei racconti?)... magari riprendono anche alcune idee dal Ladro di Bagdad (la rosa blu, il sonno della Principessa)... ci sono moltissime storie delle Mille e una notte che possono essere utlizzate


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CITAZIONE (veu @ 16/7/2017, 23:55) *
in tutta onestà credevamo che mettessero una Jennifer Lawrence bruna per Jasmine in modo da far giungere nelle sale le flotte dei fans dell'attrice...

Dio ce ne scampi!
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Due anni di trepidante attesa, la Scott non avrei mai immaginato vederla nel ruolo di Jasmine (in teoria devo ancora vedere i power rangers), però ho letto che ha origini indiane e ugandesi... invece l'attore di aladdin non lo conosco proprio.

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