Disney’s The Little Mermaid: 9 Quick Things We Know About The Live-Action Remake

The Supporting Cast Includes Jonah Hauer-King, Javier Bardem, And The Voice Talents Of Daveed Diggs, Jacob Tremblay, And Awkwafina

Along with Halle Bailey and Melissa McCarthy leading the show in the lead roles, The Little Mermaid cast will also include the supporting talents of Jonah Hauer-King and Javier Bardem as Prince Eric, our hunky human prince, and King Triton, the King of Atlantica and Ariel’s intensely overprotective father, respectively. Additionally, Daveed Diggs, Jacob Tremblay, and Awkwafina will each lend their voices to three prominent parts. Specifically, Diggs will be heard as Sebastian, Ariel’s loyal crab, Tremblay will lend his pipes to the role of Flounder, Ariel’s tropical fish best friend, and Awkwafina will voice Scuttle, Ariel’s winged wingman who has been changed from a seagull to a diving bird.

Shang-Chi Has A Disney+ Release Date, See How Long You’ll Have To Wait To Stream

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After being delayed more than a year, the film side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally launched this past July with the release of Black Widow in both theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings followed two months later, but unlike Scarlett Johansson’s solo outing as Natasha Romanoff, Simu Liu’s MCU debut was released exclusively in theaters. However, we finally know when Shang-Chi will become available to stream on Disney+, and it’s not too far off.

F9’s Sung Kang Dreams Of An R-Rated Fast And Furious Movie That Explores The Darker Questions Surrounding Han

Even though the main Fast & Furious film series will start winding down in the coming years, the franchise will continue to expand through spinoffs like Hobbs & Shaw 2 and a yet-to-be-titled female-led movie. So if Universal Pictures is willing to delve into R-rated territory with this property, maybe a Han spinoff could be in the cards, whether it’s set after F9/the remaining main Fast & Furious movies, or, as has become common with this character, we wind the clock back a bit, such as between Fast & Furious 6 and Tokyo Drift, or to the period between Tokyo Drift and F9 when he was working for Mr. Nobody. Han certainly has a big enough fanbase who would surely turn out in droves to see him spotlighted in a story taking place far away from the Fast & Furious franchise’s traditionally PG-13 confines.

Star Wars: The Evolutions And Variations Of The Lightsaber

Mace Windu

As you’ll see reflected as you continue reading this feature, there isn’t a ton of color diversity when it comes to lightsabers, with most of them being either blue, green, or red, but that’s what makes Mace Windu’s weapon so special. Though it has the same Kyber crystal construction as most, it emits an amethyst plasma blade that allows it to stand out in a field of Jedi doing battle. Sadly, though, the special laser sword has seemingly been lost in the Star Wars universe ever since Anakin betrayed the Jedi Order by pledging his allegiance to Senator Palpatine and letting the future emperor kill Mace Windu with Force lightning. (As for why the lightsaber is purple, the answer is simple: Samuel L. Jackson wanted it that way, and George Lucas acquiesced).

The Many Saints of Newark Reviews Are In, Here’s What Critics Are Saying About The Sopranos Prequel

The story of The Sopranos continues, sort of. David Chase, the man who brought us the crime drama series, co-wrote with Lawrence Konner The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel to the HBO show. The film was directed by Sopranos vet Alan Taylor (who won an Emmy for his direction of the series) and stars Alessandro Nivola, Michael Gandolfini, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen, Michela De Rossi, John Magaro, Ray Liotta, and Vera Farmiga.

Tina Fey’s Mean Girls: The Musical Movie Has Taken A Huge Step Forward

Mean Girls: The Musical is starting to get ready for production under Paramount with a script by Tina Fey and now with a pair of directors set to helm the movie: Arturo Perez Jr and Samantha Jayne, per Variety. If those names don’t ring a bell, it’s probably because the upcoming Broadway adaptation will be each of their first films to date.

Epcot’s New Restaurant Grand Opening Had A Line Longer Than The Rides

Certainly, whether Space 220 is worth it will a topic of conversation going forward, and not everybody will agree. Having said that, it certainly looks like a unique experience that you’ll only find a place like Walt Disney World. People were certainly willing to try Space 220 at least once. And it’s possible that the line was even longer as some anecdotal reports are that the wait to get a table at Space 220 was even longer than five hours.

Daniel Craig Explains Why James Bond Doesn’t Need To Be Played By A Woman

Aside from Gillian Anderson (who probably wouldn’t qualify anyway since she’s American), a number of notable names have been thrown out as the potential next James Bond. Some of these choices include Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba, Sam Heughan, and Regé-Jean Page. Whoever ends up auditioning will go through a grueling physical assessment, so good luck to the actors actually being considered.

No Time to Die will hit theaters on October 8th. In the meantime, check out the 2021 movie release dates to plan your next movie experience.

The Marvels’ Brie Larson Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Showing Off Her Intense Workouts

The above post comes to us from Brie Larson’s personal Twitter, where she’s often sharing videos of herself working out. Larson invested in a massive home gym in order to make getting Marvel fit as convenient as possible. And that work definitely seems to be paying off, even if she admits that she needs recovery periods just like the rest of us.

Captain Marvel’s time in the MCU so far can be seen on Disney+. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.

Spider-Man Video Explains How That Andrew Garfield Deepfake Came Together

And it turns out that such a video may very well be necessary, because the fact is that between the comments on this video and the response on social media, there are a lot of people who clearly believe that the Andrew Garfield video is real and it’s this video that is actually the fake. Clearly, somebody is having some fun at the expense of the fans, but nobody seems quite sure where that fun is being had. Take a look at the clip as it was posted previously and decide if you think the video, claiming to be of Andrew Garfield filming Spider-Man: No Way Home is real or not.