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messaggio 24/9/2018, 23:44
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a dire la verità, il modo in cui lo dice sembra voler essere "non posso confermare"...


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non avevo ancora visto l'intervista,mi sono basato sui vari blog.
Vedremo,a me lei non dispiacerebbe
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messaggio 9/10/2018, 23:28
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Notizia caldissima.
A quanto pare dal sito disinsider la disney sta contattando Lady Gaga per il ruolo di Ursula clapclap.gif .
Sono entusiasta, adoro Lady Gaga e per me sarebbe perfetta.
Spero se ne faccia davvero qualcosa e che non faccia la fine di jade delle little mix,quando fu provinata per jasmine.
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ma sarà una ursula molto diversa... bisogna vedere se gaga accetta
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Riprendiamo l'articolo dal sito The Disinsider:

RUMOR: Disney Interested In Lady Gaga For A Role In THE LITTLE MERMAID

Back in August it was reported that Disney had offered the role of Ariel in the live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid to singer/actress Zendaya. Since then we haven’t heard much on the project until now.

We have heard from a source close to the project, that music superstar Lady Gaga is high on Disney’s wish list for a role in the film. Most likely the role of Ursula. While we haven’t been able to confirm any of this (we reached out to a studio representative who could not comment at this time), we’ve decided to share it as a rumor and nothing more.

Gaga is receiving fan and critic praise for her role as Ally in A Star Is Born, which is in theaters now. She has also received praise for role in the popular FX series American Horror Story. Lady Gaga’s name has also floated around DCU as it was rumored she was offered a role in Birds of Prey alongside Margot Robbie she reportedly passed on the project.

The 1989 animated classic centered around a rebellious 16-year-old mermaid Ariel, Who is fascinated with life on land. On one of her visits to the surface, which are forbidden by her controlling father, King Triton, she falls for a human prince. Determined to be with her new love, Ariel makes a dangerous deal with the sea witch Ursula (Pat Carroll) to become human for three days. But when plans go awry for the star-crossed lovers, the king must make the ultimate sacrifice for his daughter.

Alan Menken and Lin-Manuel Miranda will team up to compose the music for the film, as well as add new songs to the film. Mary Poppins Returns director Rob Marshall is set to helm the film, from a script by Jane Goldman (X-Men: Days Of Future Past).

Production on The Little Mermaid is expected to take place in Puerto Rico and Cape Town Africa. As of right now there is no release date for the film. Expect to hear more news on this project within the year.




Su Lady Gaga: Klauz, per accettare dipende da quanto le offrono come compenso…
Non sappiamo se Lady Gaga funzioni o no… dobbiamo vedere (anche perchè non è detto che sia Ursula)… è un grandissimo nome e sicuramente attira pubblico.
Consideriamo per ora che è un rumor, quindi andiamoci cauti.
Abbiamo letto che comunque ha delle esperienze nel campo della recitazione, quindi magari va bene. Vedremo come sarà. Come nome non è per niente male, almeno è un personaggio noto

Under the sea: Jade delle Little Mix aveva pochissime (se non nessuna) esperienza attoriale e per fare Jasmine secondo noi ci voleva qualcuna di più rodata (sebbene Naomi Scott non sia un'attrice nota al grande pubblico , ma in Aladdin nessuno è noto al grande pubblico, però la Scott almeno alcune esperienze attoriali, seppure poche, ne ha avute, è vero ha fatto diversi flop ma un po' più di esperienza rispetto a Jade delle Little Mix ne ha).


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messaggio 10/10/2018, 11:14
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Gaga/Ursula...Avete la mia attenzione yes.gif (e sono portato a credere che il ruolo la stuzzicherebbe non poco).


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messaggio 10/10/2018, 21:07
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Ma spero vivamente di no, sarà anche talentuosa ma la sua voce mi irrita non poco...


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messaggio 11/10/2018, 21:41
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Io sono un grande fan di Gaga ma preferirei un'attrice più simile all'originale happy.gif"


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Non credo accetterà adesso ha il residency tour, non credo sia nelle intenzioni di gaga, piuttosto Katy Bathes del film Titanic sarebbe perfetta
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messaggio 10/12/2018, 1:06
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Dal sito IrishTimes:

As we speak, Colleen Atwood is between live action Disney reboots. Perhaps. Having just completed duties on Tim Burton’s Dumbo, in which the titular pachyderm befriends Colin Farrell, she is currently attached to Disney’s reconfiguration of The Little Mermaid.

“For the moment, The Little Mermaid is a twinkle in someone’s eye,” she says. “It’s so far out from starting production that I don’t really know what will happen. It would be a special challenge. The Little Mermaid, the Hans Christian Andersen version, is quite a story and very different from the cartoon. I don’t know where they’re going to go with it. But it could be interesting. I actually have dressed a mermaid. I made a fantastic costume for a lovely Scottish actor called Sharon Rooney for Dumbo. But she’s more of a circus mermaid.”



Dal sito Fandango:

Q: Fandango: Lastly, before I let you go, are you still working on the Little Mermaid movie? Is that next for you after this?

Rob Marshall: That's percolating right now. I'm starting to see if I can find my way into the film. It's a complicated film to do as a live-action film, so we're working on it right now. We'll see. I'm hoping I can find my way in and find exciting ways to bring that to the screen.




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messaggio 12/12/2018, 1:16
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Dal sito Variety:

Q: What's going on with The Little Mermaid? Is that something that's going to happen for you?

Rob Marshall: It was really lovely that Disney approached me about that. It's a big title for them, obviously. Right now, myself and John DeLuca are in, what I would call, the exploratory process of looking at it and seeing if it could become a film. A live-action film. It's so different. There are a lot of challenges to that film. Singing underwater, staging underwater...We had an underwater sequence in [Mary Poppins Returns] and that was complicated.


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Dal sito EW il regista Rob Marshall parla del tema centrale del film:

“It’s about a woman finding her voice,” Marshall recently told EW. “A girl finding her voice, actually. And that immediately just felt like an interesting, timely piece that resonated with us.”


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In occasione dell'uscita de Il Ritorno di Mary Poppins in cui riveste un ruolo principale, Lin Manuel Miranda parla un po' del film:


Dal sito The Australian:

There are always other projects in the offing. One, with Rob Marshall, is a live-action version of The Little Mermaid for Disney, for which he has been enlisted to write songs; he’s also acting as a producer. “I don’t know where that’s at right now, I read a great draft of a screenplay and I gave some notes, and that’s where we’re at — in process but not imminent.”


Dal sito Indiewire:

He’s also committed to a Disney live-action remake of his old fave, “The Little Mermaid.” “If they ask me to write new lyrics for Alan Menken, I’m happy to,” he said. “It will be what the script requires. It’s still in development.”


Dal sito BroadwayBuzz:

"I see my role on The Little Mermaid like Rob Marshall’s role on Mary Poppins Returns," Miranda says. "Rob was the number one fan of the original movie. It was the first movie he saw. If [the remake] doesn’t need a new song, I won't write a new song. I have such reverence for the original. I'm really on board to protect it as it gets adapted."



Dal sito Youtube:

Q: What song are you most excited to compose for the live adaptation of The Little Mermaid, and will Prince Eric be getting a song?

Lin-Manuel Miranda: Oh! That's a fantastic question. I don't know the answer to that either. I think we'll find out. My favorite character was always Sebastian. He's really a misunderstood composer. Everyone forgets that but he's the court composer and suddenly he's babysitting a sixteen-year old and man, that is so relatable to me. You know, we're still very much in script development phase on Little Mermaid so if there needs to be a new song, I'm happy to write lyrics for Alan Menken but if it doesn't need to be, I won't write it because that score is perfect.



Dal sito Collider:

Q: What does it mean to you loving that material and actually writing original songs for that movie?

Lin-Manuel Miranda: Well, we'll see if it happens. I'm signed on to Little Mermaid in a fan capacity. I'm a producer but basically if it doesn't need a new song, I won't write it. So, I'm working with Alan Menken [and] if we find a moment that calls for a new song, I will write lyrics for him. But no one thinks that score's more perfect than I do. I might be too reverent. I might talk myself out of a job.


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messaggio 13/1/2019, 19:10
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Da Cinema Everyeye:

LA SIRENETTA: LINDSAY LOHAN RIBADISCE IL DESIDERIO DI ESSERE ARIEL NEL FILM

Lindsay Lohan non ha rinunciato al sogno di far parte del live action de La sirenetta. La Disney è impegnata nella realizzazione dei live-action tratti dai propri classici d'animazione, con Aladdin, Mulan, Dumbo e Il re leone attualmente in produzione. Sulla lista dei prossimi progetti anche il film con protagonista Ariel, la sirenetta.

La star di Mean Girls aveva già dichiarato il proprio interesse con un post su Instagram nel febbraio 2017. A distanza di quasi due anni, Lindsay Lohan non ancora perso la speranza d'interpretare il ruolo della sirena dai capelli rossi.
In una nuova intervista concessa a Variety, Lohan ha affermato di essere una grande fan del film e ha in programma di 'molestare' il suo agente al riguardo:"La sirenetta è il mio film preferito da quando ero ragazzina. Ogni volta che lo vedo sono felice, dico sempre "guardate tutti questo film".
Alla domanda riguardo alla possibilità che la Disney l'abbia contattata, ha risposto:"No, ma ho intenzione di molestare il mio agente su questo argomento".
Lindsay Lohan non è l'unica star ad aver espresso interesse per il film. Audra McDonald che in La bella e la bestia ha interpretato Madame Guardaroba ha ammesso che le piacerebbe essere coinvolta nel progetto, mentre lo scorso autunno si parlava di Zendaya come possibile interprete per Ariel.
A ostacolare Lindsay Lohan potrebbe anche essere il suo burrascoso passato ma un ruolo come quello da protagonista ne La sirenetta potrebbe essere una grande occasione per rilanciare la carriera.
"Penso ci sia un equivoco intorno a me e penso sia un peccato. Spero che la percezione delle persone possa cambiare" ha concluso l'attrice.


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messaggio 13/1/2019, 19:12
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Rumor dicono che il cast del film live-action della Sirenetta dovrebbe essere annunciato al D23 Expo.

Il film dovrebbe essere fedele all'originale Classico quanto Aladdin lo è al film degli anni '90...


Da Twitter:

I get a lot questions regarding Disney’s live-action THE LITTLE MERMAID. Here’s what I’ve heard.

Any and all official casting announcements are being saved for the D23 Expo.

How close will the film follow the animated film? It’ll be as close as ALADDIN will be to the original.


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Novità:

Alan Menken parla dei live-action di La Bella e la Bestia, Aladdin e La Sirenetta.

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Disney Legend Alan Menken Dishes on Live-Action ‘Aladdin,’ ‘The Little Mermaid,’ and That Time Lin-Manuel Miranda Begged for His Autograph

Think of the greatest Disney films and songs in recent memory and chances are you’ll find yourself humming an Alan Menken melody for the rest of the day. From “Under the Sea” to “Be Our Guest” to “A Whole New World,” to name a few, the eight-time Oscar-winning composer and pianist (who also happens to have plenty of Grammy and Tony Awards on his shelf too), has more hits to his name than many of the most recognizable songwriters in history. We have Menken to thank for the music of The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Pocahontas, Hercules, Tangled, Enchanged, Newsies, and the list goes on and on.

Recently, Menken has begun bringing the story of his incredible career journey to the stage in his one-man show, “A Whole New World of Alan Menken.” In the show, Menken accompanies his own singing and storytelling on the piano, performing some of his most beloved songs and sharing the stories behind them. Ahead of his upcoming performance at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre on March 30, I had the chance to ask Menken about everything from how he got his amazing start, to what he really thinks about all of those Disney live-action films and what it’s like to work with some of the (other) biggest names in the business, like Lin-Manuel Miranda, Guy Ritchie, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

Most people immediately associate you with some of the most beloved Disney songs of all time, but they might not know where your career really launched, with your collaboration with Howard Ashman, first on God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, and then on Little Shop of Horrors. How did that come about?
Alan Menken: When Howard and I met, I was initially a composer/lyricist and I was working in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop with a wonderful teacher named Lehmen Engel and just writing lots of shows and trying to make a name and playing in cabarets and doing the things you need to do to make a living. Howard was looking for a collaborator for God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, which was an adaptation of the Kurt Vonnegut novel. We decided to work together and that became our first musical together.

Rosewater ran Off-Broadway but it was a little too big to run Off-Broadway. There were 14 in the cast, and yet it had an Off-Broadway sensibility. So Howard said, “OK next show we’ll make it a little more economical. I see no more than eight characters plus this puppeteer and puppet. And that of course turned out to be Little Shop of Horrors, our first hit together.

And then Howard was ultimately responsible for bringing you on board for your first work with Disney, and your collaboration was really the beginning of a hugely successful period for Disney. How did that happen?
Coming to Disney was actually our coming back together as a collaboration. Howard had a choice about who he would ask, and I was blessed that he came back to me and we embarked on The Little Mermaid.

The other part of the story is that unbeknownst to many, the AIDs crisis was robbing us of so much talent. Howard was sick at the time but was not letting anybody know.

It was an amazing time for us, working together. When we wrote Little Mermaid I did not know anything about his health situation. It was only at the Oscars for Little Mermaid that it was no longer possible for him to keep it from everyone. So I knew about it when we began working on Beauty and the Beast, which he never lived to see, and we had also begun work on Aladdin.


So there was that period of intense creativity in the midst of a lot of human drama and the creation of all those movies. And, of course, they ended up being an incredible renaissance. You don’t know you’re in the middle of history while you’re in the middle of it, but we were.

Collaboration has been so important to the music you’ve created. Is your co-writing process always the same or is each project totally different?
Some are more different than others. The first prominent collaborator after Howard was Tim Rice when he came aboard to help me finish Aladdin. That could not be more different from Howard and most of my collaborations because, number one, we had an ocean separating us most of the time. And when we didn’t we had to work in a very intensive multi-tasking process. We were working on a number of songs at the same time. Then we would separate and then come back together. And also just as a personality and as an artist, Tim and his work with Andrew Lloyd Webber is very different from the way I worked with Howard. But at the end of the day it’s still about a composer at the piano and a lyricist kind of pacing around the room.

Let’s talk about the deluge of Disney live-action remakes coming down the pipeline. Beauty and the Beast was a big hit that really delivered for audiences and creatively seemed to fall somewhere between the animated original and Broadway stage version. What’s the creative mindset for these? Is it to remain as true as possible to the original? Do you feel pressure because audiences love those originals so much?
Well, I feel a protectiveness. Animation and theater are both mediums where the writers, especially songwriters, really move into the center of the co-creative process. For a live-action movie, it is truly a director’s medium, so it’s very dependent on what the director wants.

Bill Condon [director of Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast] is a huge Broadway fan, so even when we didn’t fit songs from the Broadway show into the movie, he still wanted some of those themes to be reflected in the underscore. He wanted to be very close to the theater style, but he also wanted to dig deeper into the authenticity of the 18th century and of France.

You’re now working on live-action versions of Aladdin [release date: May 24, 2019] and The Little Mermaid [release date: to be announced]. How are those being approached?
Each director has their own sort of biases about how they might want to approach an adaptation. Guy Ritchie [director of upcoming live-action Aladdin, release date May 24, 2019] is not known for musicals at all.

Guy really wants to infuse much more of a contemporary pop sensibility into the storytelling and the songs of Aladdin. We’ve been doing that and that’s been a lot of fun, but you walk a line knowing that we want to stay as true as possible to what audiences already know and love and are invested in.

On Aladdin I’ve been working with Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, who’ve been my lyricists on the new songs, and I’m rewriting or updating some of the iconic songs that Howard and I wrote.


For The Little Mermaid, I’ll be collaborating with Lin-Manuel Miranda, and he, as I think people know, is a huge Little Mermaid fan. Growing up, he went to the same school as my niece in New York and my sister said, “Oh there’s this boy, Lin-Manuel Miranda—and he loves it [The Little Mermaid], and could you sign this poster for him?”

He was insanely zealous about [The Little Mermaid] and also about musical theater and you can see that in who he’s become as a writer. The passion pours out of him. His son is named Sebastian, if that gives you an indication of how much of a fan he is.

Wow, so you gave your autograph to a young, Little Mermaid-obsessed Lin-Manuel Miranda and now you’re working together on the new film? How cool—he’s so talented.
And so smart.

I think we’ll have a lot of fun writing this. We have not started yet. I believe the process will start probably within a few months. And I don’t know what the spots will be but I’m really excited about us working together on that.

I think everyone is excited about that collaboration!
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 came out recently and probably the most talked-about scene is when Vanellope [played by Sarah Silverman] has a run-in with all of the other Disney princesses. Soon after, she’s given her own princess “I Want” song, “A Place Called Slaugher Race,” which you wrote, and which, as Sarah herself said, is quite “subversive.”

It’s a little along the lines of the thing I did for Sausage Party, the Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg film. A couple years ago I wrote the opening number for it [Menken also scored the film]. I feel like I was kind of like a piece of found art put in for comic purposes. [Laughs.]

Sarah Silverman said working with you was a dream come true for her. That must have been fun for you too to work on that song with her and with Gal [Gadot].
As soon as we got into the room together I had heard Sarah was a big Little Shop fan so I went to the piano and started playing “Somewhere That’s Green,” and she did the whole song as a perfect Audrey literally within five minutes of us meeting. And then of course we got to work on her song. We had a blast in the studio and it was a lot of fun and the success of it has been a great surprise. I’m really pleased.


One of the things that’s so special about the projects you’ve done and continue to do is the way that they bridge the generations with these new live-action films bringing things full circle for parents like me who’ve grown up on the animated films, and now we’re doing the first the animated, then live-action film and stage versions with our kids. Are you having fun doing so much revisiting? Are you eager to get some time to work on new original projects?
Yes, yes—I’m answering the second question. I’m eager to go new, and I have new, here and there. BUT, I’m also blessed that people keep wanting to go back to the old. One of my animated musicals is being adapted to the stage now. It will be announced soon, but I can’t share it yet!

It’s Mermaid coming, it’s Disenchanted which is coming along. Apparently another adaptation of Little Shop of Horrors is coming along. We’re talking about a lot of other animated [films] that I think are going to come to the screen. So yeah, there’s a lot going on.

So I guess the problem is really that you were just too good from the start—no time for anything new because everyone wants you to keep redoing the same great stuff we all know and love!
[Laughs.] I guess so. But, I get to write new songs and work with new people and that’s always a lot of fun.

I have two young boys who are big fans of your music. How about some parenting advice: You’ve said that as a child you were more interested in creating your own music than practicing the songs assigned to you by teachers. You’ve raised two daughters who are artists and performers. What advice do you have for parents who see a creative spark in their kids? How do you nurture that and help them without being overbearing?
Encourage them. Praise them when it’s appropriate. Don’t overpraise them when it’s not. Encourage them to always be doing something new. Encourage them to know how precious their talent is. And keep helping them go onto the next thing and the next thing and the next thing.

Whatever it is, you’ve got to do what you’re passionate about because you love it, and not because you want a result. And then just give them freedom to explore. Don’t try to cut to a full flowering before their time because sometimes it doesn’t happen until you’re in your 30s or 40s. Just make sure the thing they want to do all day is the thing they do.

I was passionate about music, I just hated to practice. But still, it was important that I learned basic skills. I would learn the beginning of a Beethoven sonata and I would just make up the rest of it myself.

So don’t make them stay within the lines too much…
But remind them that there are lines! They know. They’ll be a good partner with you on what they need.

Those of us in Chicago are lucky enough to get the chance to see you perform live on stage in your upcoming one-man show, “A Whole New World of Alan Menken.” What can the audience look forward to?
Basically, I talk through my life and my career and we have three screens of visuals. I pick out the songs that are inevitably the highlights of my career and they’re what people know. I play and interact with the audience and bounce up and down on the piano and knock myself out for about two hours and have fun.


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Veu, nessuna news sul casting? Voci di corridoio dicono che l'annuncio arriverà al d23, e che l'attrice Abigail Cowen, vista in un ruolo secondario nella serie netflix "Sabrina", sarebbe la candidata numero uno per il ruolo.
Sinceramente non so quanto tali informazioni siano attendibili, però sono andato a guardare il profilo instagram della attrice e devo dire che nei video in cui canta ha una voce davvero molto bella, oltre ad essere una bellissima ragazza ( anche se, forse, troppo sexy per una Ariel family friendly).
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Oddiooooo sarebbe una Ariel fantastica!! Troppo bella!! Altro che Emma Watson XD

Che c'entra "troppo sexy"? Tutti hanno amato la Sirenetta perché comunque è la prima principessa sexy della storia Disney!!


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CITAZIONE (Hiroe @ 25/2/2019, 20:46) *
Che c'entra "troppo sexy"? Tutti hanno amato la Sirenetta perché comunque è la prima principessa sexy della storia Disney!!

Sicuramente Ariel nel classico è sexy, però nei live actions tendono a mascolinizzare le protagoniste o comunque ad evitare che siano troppo sensuali, generalmente. L'attrice in questione la vedo benissimo nel ruolo, ma è americana, e per interpretare le principesse hanno sempre scelto attrici britanniche sino ad ora! Anche questo mi fa pensare che l'indiscrezione possa non essere del tutto attendibile.

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Il cast verrà annunciato al D23 come hanno fatto per Aladdin nel 2017.
Per ora l'unico nome certo che è circolato è Zendaya. L'idea è di trovare una protagonista di colore. Le altre speculazioni sono solo rumors, senza fondamento (per ora).


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Ho come il presentimento che, se faranno una Ariel di colore, il live action sarà un flop assurdo.


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Secondo me Zendaya ci potrebbe stare per fare Pocahontas, ma non per fare Ariel.. Ariel è bella così come è nel film Disney, che tra l'altro è il primo film che ha rappresentato una Sirenetta rossa, in tutti gli altri (mi pare) fosse bionda o castana! Devono mantenere almeno i colori del film degli Animation Studios, fino a ora l'hanno fatto, vedi Aurora, Cenerentola, Jasmine, Belle... Almeno Emma Watson aveva i colori giusti, sennò col cavolo che si meritava la parte...


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può essere che alla fine sceglieranno un'attrice rossa, vedremo. O faranno Zendaya (o un'altra attrice anche di colore) con i capelli rossi . Vedremo

Dal sito Comic Book, un'intervista a Jodi Benson (la voce di Ariel animata nella versione originale americana) la quale parla anche un po' del film live action:

Disney's had a pretty good batting average with these live-action remakes of some of their classic properties, and I know that The Little Mermaid's definitely on the table with Lin-Manuel Miranda's potentially contributing songs. What gets you excited about seeing this story interpreted in live-action when it inevitably comes to pass?

Yeah. I think it's going to be incredible. They are talking about this concept, and the team of people that I've heard mentioned for this particular live-action film sounds quite magical. And I think for Alan [Menken] to be teaming up with Lin-Manuel is going to be phenomenal, and if in fact we have Robbie Marshall, if that is the case, as director and John DeLuca as executive producer. Mary Poppins Returns, I think, was just a fantastic film, so I know that Robbie is an incredible director with a great eye. I think he can handle it. I think it can be delivered in a way that's going to be quite special. I don't know exactly how they'll pull it all off, but I'm sure it'll be amazing.




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Novità:

* La Disney è ufficialmente in trattative con Axarquia e Maiorca per le location del film La Sirenetta che potrebbe essere quindi girata tra il Sud della Spagna e l'isola di Maiorca.

* La Disney sta cercando i luoghi adatti nelle grotte, caverne e castelli del Sud della Spagna, precisamente nella comarca di Axarquia, e le spiagge di Maiorca.

* La data di arrivo nei cinema dovrebbe essere il 2021.

* Spunta oltre a Zendaya anche il nome di Bella Thorne per il ruolo di Ariel.


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IN PICS: MALAGA AND MALLORCA LOCATIONS BATTLE TO BE CHOSEN BY DISNEY FOR FILMING OF THE LITTLE MERMAID LIVE-ACTION REMAKE
Disney asked the Axarquia Film Office to pitch its best coves, castles and caves

DISNEY Studios is fishing for filming locations for the highly-anticipated live action remake of The Little Mermaid.

The production company is officially in talks with Axarquia and Mallorca, with film bosses in both locations sending their best proposals.

Disney asked the Axarquia Film Office to pitch its best coves, castles and caves.

The cinematic body has included in its pitch La Cueva de Nerja (Nerja Cave), Cueva del Tesoro (Tesoro Cave), the Velez-Malaga Fortress, Bezmiliana fortress and the Marques de Valle Niza.

Other locations offered up include Maro, La Cala, Torre del Mar, Almayate, Chilches, Benajarafe and Torrox.

Tourism spokesperson Juan Peñas said: “The importance of Disney, one of the most powerful studios in the film industry, showing interest in the region of the Axarquía and running as a possible candidate to host the recording of some scenes of this production is fantastic.”

The vice president of the Commonwealth of Municipalities of the Costa del Sol Axarquia added that ‘this opportunity has happened thanks to the Axarquia Film Office being part of the Network of Cities of Andalusia Film Commission’, which works tirelessly to attract international and national filming projects to the region.

Meanwhile, Disney has also shown interest in using Mallorca to film scenes of the new live-action version, rumoured to hits screens in 2021.

A request was received by the Mallorca Film Commission from the American cinema giant, asking to use the caves and rocks of the Balearic coast.

Oscar-nominated American director Rob Marshall, who worked on Mary Poppins Returns and Pirates of the Caribbean, is thought to be the film’s chosen director.

Meanwhile, fellow Disney favourite Zendaya, has been strongly linked to play the lead role of Ariel, as has Bella Thorne.

The script for ‘The Little Mermaid’ will be by Jane Goldman and the soundtrack will be written by Alan Menken.

Filming could begin as soon as next year.


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