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  7. Given that it was the first movie in what’s now known as the Disney Renaissance period, it was to be expected that Disney would eventually give The Little Mermaid the live action treatment. Now we finally know who will be playing the eponymous protagonist, i.e. Ariel: Grown-ish’s Halle Bailey. The Mouse House itself broke the news today, with director Rob Marshall saying that after an “extensive search,” Halley Bailey was selected to bring Ariel to life in the live action version of The Little Mermaid because she had that “rare combination of spirit, heart, youth, innocence, and substance,” not to mention a great singing voice. Jodi Benson voiced Ariel in the original Little Mermaid movie (a role she reprised for Ralph Breaks the Internet), and the character was also played by JoAnna Garcia in the ABC series Once Upon a Time. While Halle Bailey is the only actor to be officially confirmed for the live action Little Mermaid so far, she’s not the only name that’s been mentioned for the project lately. Melissa McCarthy is in talks to play Ursula, the main villain, and Jacob Tremblay and Awkwafina have reportedly been cast as Ariel’s friends, Flounder and Scuttle, respectively. Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Zendaya had expressed interest in playing Ariel, Bailey will be the one to bring the character to live in a new cinematic setting. Halle Bailey is best known for singing alongside her sister Chloe, with the duo being appropriately called Chloe x Halle. As far as acting goes, the sisters starred in 2006’s Last Holiday and currently play Jazlyn and Skylar on Freeform’s Grown-ish. The Little Mermaid will be Halley’s first time not acting alongside Chloe in a movie. Behind the camera, along with Rob Marshall (whose credits include Chicago, Into the Woods and Mary Poppins Returns) directing and producing, John DeLuca, Marc Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda are attached to The Little Mermaid as producers. This new adaptation will feature songs from the original that were written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, as well as some new tunes, with Menken handling the music and Miranda handling the lyrics. Disney has taken different approaches with its live action re-imaginings over the last several years, with some being more straightforward remakes and others taking many creative liberties. Judging by the information available so far, it sounds like The Little Mermaid will fall into the former category, with Halle Bailey’s Ariel also wanting to become a human and falling in love with Prince Eric. Assuming Melissa McCarthy, Jacob Tremblay and Awkwafina are indeed part of this new Little Mermaid, that just leaves three important roles left to be cast: Eric, King Triton and Sebastian. Disney said that “additional announcements” regarding the project are expected in the coming weeks, so it’s a good bet we’ll know who’s making up the main cast by the end of July or August. The Little Mermaid doesn’t have a release date yet, but production is scheduled to begin in early 2020. Keep checking back with CinemaBlend for more news on its progress, but in the meantime, browse through our 2019 release schedule to learn what movies are hitting theaters later this year.
  8. Given that it was the first movie in what’s now known as the Disney Renaissance period, it was to be expected that Disney would eventually give The Little Mermaid the live action treatment. Now we finally know who will be playing the eponymous protagonist, i.e. Ariel: Grown-ish’s Halle Bailey. The Mouse House itself broke the news today, with director Rob Marshall saying that after an “extensive search,” Halley Bailey was selected to bring Ariel to life in the live action version of The Little Mermaid because she had that “rare combination of spirit, heart, youth, innocence, and substance,” not to mention a great singing voice. Jodi Benson voiced Ariel in the original Little Mermaid movie (a role she reprised for Ralph Breaks the Internet), and the character was also played by JoAnna Garcia in the ABC series Once Upon a Time. While Halle Bailey is the only actor to be officially confirmed for the live action Little Mermaid so far, she’s not the only name that’s been mentioned for the project lately. Melissa McCarthy is in talks to play Ursula, the main villain, and Jacob Tremblay and Awkwafina have reportedly been cast as Ariel’s friends, Flounder and Scuttle, respectively. Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Zendaya had expressed interest in playing Ariel, Bailey will be the one to bring the character to live in a new cinematic setting. Halle Bailey is best known for singing alongside her sister Chloe, with the duo being appropriately called Chloe x Halle. As far as acting goes, the sisters starred in 2006’s Last Holiday and currently play Jazlyn and Skylar on Freeform’s Grown-ish. The Little Mermaid will be Halley’s first time not acting alongside Chloe in a movie. Behind the camera, along with Rob Marshall (whose credits include Chicago, Into the Woods and Mary Poppins Returns) directing and producing, John DeLuca, Marc Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda are attached to The Little Mermaid as producers. This new adaptation will feature songs from the original that were written by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, as well as some new tunes, with Menken handling the music and Miranda handling the lyrics. Disney has taken different approaches with its live action re-imaginings over the last several years, with some being more straightforward remakes and others taking many creative liberties. Judging by the information available so far, it sounds like The Little Mermaid will fall into the former category, with Halle Bailey’s Ariel also wanting to become a human and falling in love with Prince Eric. Assuming Melissa McCarthy, Jacob Tremblay and Awkwafina are indeed part of this new Little Mermaid, that just leaves three important roles left to be cast: Eric, King Triton and Sebastian. Disney said that “additional announcements” regarding the project are expected in the coming weeks, so it’s a good bet we’ll know who’s making up the main cast by the end of July or August. The Little Mermaid doesn’t have a release date yet, but production is scheduled to begin in early 2020. Keep checking back with CinemaBlend for more news on its progress, but in the meantime, browse through our 2019 release schedule to learn what movies are hitting theaters later this year.
  9. When Tom Holland nabbed the role of the MCU’s Spider-Man, it was the result of auditions upon auditions Marvel conducted to find the right Peter Parker to follow Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield and join the Avengers for their most intense battles yet. At one point even Tony Revolori, who plays Flash Thompson in Homecoming and Far From Home tried his hand at becoming the webslinger! In his words: I auditioned for Peter Parker years and years ago, before Tom was cast as well, when they were trying to find their Spider-Man. And that was open ethnicity call. They were just looking for everyone, which was really fun. I did terribly at the audition. Wow, in some other multiverse, Flash is Peter Parker and Tom Holland is the bully. Tony Revolori did have an impressive resume to show for before Spider-Man: Homecoming. He was Zero in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Jib in Dope (alongside Spider-Verse’s Miles Morales, Shameik Moore). As proved in Tom Holland’s standout performance as Peter Parker across five movies, we can’t imagine anyone else playing the webslinger in the MCU. Although it’s certainly notable that Marvel was going the open ethnicity call route. While Holland himself doesn’t exactly shake up the typical ethnic diversity of the role, all his classmates do-- and Tony Revolori was given a couple more shots to be in the MCU. Here’s what else he said to Deadline’s New Hollywood Podcast: Then I came back and auditioned for what then would be the role Ned, for Spider-Man’s best friend played by Jacob. And I went maybe I want to say three or for auditions, auditioning for Ned. When finally they gave me another role to play, which was the bully. During his audition for Flash, the actor said he wasn’t originally told who he was reading for. Since he really is a comic book fan, and he was given the lines of Biff from Back to the Future, he put two and two together. Throughout the audition process, he was given all these opportunities but didn’t expect a role typically played by a 6’2 blonde-haired blue-eyed jock would be given to him; Tony Revolori is of Guatemalan heritage. Tony Revolori also told the podcast that he thinks he might have messed up his Spider-Man audition, because he felt like he needed to explain why he could play Peter Parker. The character has long donned a specific look and he didn’t match it. But what Marvel didn’t take chances on with their lead, they definitely make up for in the rest of the cast. Jon Watts’ Spider-Man movies have more realistically represented Brooklyn, by replacing all white characters with Zendaya’s MJ, Jacob Batalon’s Ned. And Crazy Rich Asians’ Remy Hii, transgender actor Zach Barack and muslim actress and model Zoha Rahman also now in the mix for Far From Home. The Homecoming sequel picks up after the Decimation in Endgame, explaining the aftermath of the two Avengers films on the world. The film made $3 million on Tuesday midnight showings opening night and is expected to make at least $125 million domestically during its six-day debut. Check it out in theaters now!
  10. As far as animated franchises go, there are few quite as popular as Toy Story. The original movie hit theaters back in 1995, premiering cutting edge technology. Since then, the property has never been far from theaters, with Andy's toys popping back up every decade or so to break our hearts again. The Toy Story movies have always changed with the times, and now it looks like Disney has deleted a controversial scene from Toy Story 2. The scene in question occurs at the tail end of the first Toy Story sequel. Toy Story came with a "gag reel", which had extra scenes for audiences to enjoy as the credits. One of these vignettes shows Kelsey Grammer's villainous Stinky Pete speaking with a pair of Barbies. He's flirty and happy about their identical appearance, before telling them he can probably get them a role in the inevitable Toy Story 3. The scene in question hasn't aged particularly well, especially with the #MeToo movement shining a light on sexual harassment in the workplace. And it looks like the House of Mouse had concerns over the sequence, with Deadline reporting the studio pulled it from all future home release version of Toy Story 2. While it still lives on in the internet and DVD/VHS copies, Disney has made it feelings known by editing out Stinky Pete's triggering moment from the first sequel. As a reminder, you can check out the scene in question from Toy Story 2 below. Because while it won't be made available for new purchases, the scene in question lives on thanks to the internet. Yeah, that scene does not age well at all. It transforms Toy Story 2's villain into one off camera, who is presumably praying on the vulnerability of two unknown Barbies. And given how much conversation has revolved around the #MeToo movement and workplace harassment, it's understandably not a message that Disney wants to associate with. Toy Story 2 was released back in 1999, just a few years after the original animated blockbuster hit theaters. This was a decade and change before allegations of sexual misconduct against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein and actor Kevin Spacey broke open the dam regarding harassment and assault. The world has changed quite a bit in the last few years, especially in the entertainment industry. As such, certain types of jokes and bits are simply no longer appropriate. This includes Toy Story 2's scene in question, which should be less available during future sales... even if YouTube has immortalized it. This isn't the first time The House of Mouse has put material back in the Disney vault. The studio has notably attempted to make the 1964 movie Songs of the South difficult to come by. The live-action/animated hybrid flick is arguably the most controversial movie to come from Disney, particularly regarding its portrayal of African-Americans. And while the Splash Mountain theme park ride is still based off Songs of the South, the movie itself has not been made available for home purchase in the United States. As for Toy Story 2, it never seemed to really get a bad wrap over the Stinky Pete scene. Instead, the studio got ahead of the story, and pulled the sequence themselves. Disney has been known to make decisions like this rather quickly, which can be seen in the way James Gunn was promptly fired from the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise when he was at the heart of his own controversy. Related: Can We Talk About How Toy Story Made 4 Consecutive Great Movies? The beloved animated franchise is currently back in theaters with Toy Story 4, seemingly ending Tim Allen's run as protagonist Woody in the process. The movie has been mostly spared of controversies, although the third sequel might not be as profitable as one would have assumed. Woody and Bo in Toy Story 4 The only other blemish on Toy Story 4 ahead of its release was the use of Bo Peep's signature crook, which PETA took umbrage with. The advocacy organization requested that Annie Potts' character lose her typical accessory, although the movie's animation must have been largely finished by the time the request was made. Ultimately Bo Peep remained with her crook, which she used as her primary weapon and accessory as a lost toy. Bo Peep has a major presence in Toy Story 4, regardless of her somewhat controversial accessory. After being unceremoniously written off ahead of Toy Story 3, the character's backstory and departure were directly addressed in the new movie. Bo is one of the biggest characters in Toy Story 4, with arguably more screen time and dialogue than franchise favorites like Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, and Rex. And it seems PETA's outrage over the character died down quite a bit ahead of its release. It should be interesting to see if/when Disney makes a comment regarding the now controversial Toy Story 2 scene with Stinky Pete. It's almost surprising that no quote has been given, despite the scene in question being pulled from new purchases of the movie. Actor Kelsey Grammer hasn't made any statement either, as the voice actor behind the brief clip. We'll just have to wait and see if/when Disney addresses the situation with Toy Story 2. The sequel is considered one of the strongest additions to the film series, adding in beloved characters like Jessie and Bullseye. Stinky Pete is the movie's surprise villain-- arguably the most fleshed out antagonist of the entire franchise. Considering how much press was done ahead of Toy Story 4's release, it should be easy for the powers that be to respond back to an outlet, and officially confirm the reason for cutting out that brief scene in the sequel's "blooper reel." If and when that happens, CinemaBlend will be sure to update you regarding the ongoing Toy Story 2 situation. Considering the fourth movie is still in theaters now, smart money says the deleted scene is addressed sooner rather than later. Toy Story 4 is in theaters now, and heading into a competitive holiday weekend at the box office. In the meantime, be sure to check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.
  11. Walt Disney World is getting ready for its 50th Anniversary in a couple of years and a lot of changes and updates are planned to the parks for the big event. Many of those changes are focused around Epcot's Future World, and renovations are about to get under way as a number of locations in the front of Epcot are now slated to close September 8. Some of these locations will be moving to temporary digs while renovations are getting underway. Others will be closed for the duration of the construction, and yet others will be closing down for good, making way for new or significantly improved spaces. According to Laughing Place, here are the spaces being affected. Fountain View Club Cool Pin Central Camera Center Heritage Manor Gifts Innoventions East Character Spot and Character Spot North The Fountain of Nations The fact that most of these spaces were going to be closing has been known for the last couple years, when we got our first look at a re-imagined Epcot. The front half of the park was significantly different, so it was clear that a lot of changes would be happening. Here's how they break down. Fountain View is the current location of the in-park Starbucks. Those needing their latte fix won't have to go without as a temporary building will be constructed to house the coffee shop until a new permanent structure is ready after this renovation is complete. The closure of the camera center and Pin Central are related. Pin Central has been the main place to do your Disney pin purchasing inside Epcot.The camera center will be closing for good in September, and will be the new home of the pin center. Until the space is ready, Pin Central will also move into a temporary location.
  12. Hollywood movies have long perpetuated harmful stereotypes, whether it be the oversexualization of women or clichés of various racial groups - such as pitting Middle Eastern people as criminals and terrorists. So when Rami Malek, who portrayed Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, was approached to play the villain in Bond 25, at first, he had some concerns. In his words: It’s a great character and I’m very excited. But that was one thing that I discussed with Cary. I said, ‘We cannot identify him with any act of terrorism reflecting an ideology or a religion. That’s not ­something I would entertain, so if that is why I am your choice then you can count me out.' Rami Malek was born in Los Angeles and lived in America his whole life. His parents immigrated to the U.S. in the ‘70s from Cairo, Egypt when his tour guide father became intrigued by Western visitors. Malek is very proud of his heritage, describing it as “the fabric of who I am.” CLOSE AD Throughout his career, Rami Malek's been able to avoid playing the villainous (and offensive) Arabic-speaking caricature. Thankfully, that’s not the kind of character Bond 25 director Cary Joji Fukunaga was looking for in Malek. He continued with Mirror: But that was clearly not his vision. So he’s a very different kind of terrorist. It’s another extremely clever script from the people who have figured out exactly what people want in those movies. But I feel a substantial weight on my shoulders. I mean, Bond is ­something that we all grow up with. According to recent reports, Bond 25's story will involve genetic warfare, which Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge has come on to make sense of for audiences, along with infusing her humor to the script as well. Rami Malek has apparently met with genetic experts in preparation for the role as well. Bond 25 has had a rocky production so far, as a round of five writers are now attached to the script and there have been many incidents on set. Daniel Craig suffered an ankle injury back in April while filming in Jamaica. After a minor surgery and a road to recovery, he recently stepped back on set for his fifth and final time as 007. The latest rumor is franchise alum Grace Jones was expected to make an appearance in Bond 25, but quit moments after stepping on set. There was also an explosion on set that gave one crew member an injury and rumors of the director showing up late to set after getting sidetracked by a video game. Rami Malek has previously admitted the shooting schedule has been taxing since he’s also shooting the final season to Mr. Robot at the same time, and all while the schedule has shifted amidst Craig’s injury. He’s assured fans that “they have it together” and is excitement to play his undisclosed character.
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