Steal Some Laughs with Little Mermaid Bloopers and Gag Reel

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By Jean Grey

“You shouldn’t have had to give up your voice to be heard.”

-King Triton to Ariel in Little Mermaid

This scene concludes the movie Little Mermaid when King Triton finally bids goodbye to his daughter Ariel before she begins her exploring journey with her husband. This scene purely depicts the broken relationship getting mended in the softest form of emotions, King triton learns the way to let go and trust Ariel to stand on her feet.

Burst the Bubble of Little Mermaid

Liked the glimpse of Little Mermaid and her aquatic life journey? Well then here’s a little more of Little Mermaid with a trailer.

Starring Halle Bailey as Ariel, Javier Bardem as King Triton, and Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric, Little Mermaid set the release date on 6th May 2023. The movie gained mixed reviews from the critics, yet it managed to become ninth ninth-highest-grossing movie of 2023 and the seventh-highest-grossing remake made by Disney.

Directed by Rob Marshall Little Mermaid had seen a lot of postpones, Bailey also revealed she had to spend 13 hours underwater for certain days to get the perfect shot. Practical water tanks and CGI were the major part of uplifting the idealistic scenes.

“I’m very proud of the film. It’s the most challenging film I’ve ever done, for sure. No question … Using complicated, cutting-edge techniques to make this work. I don’t think anybody’s ever done an underwater musical before. I have to say every single moment of the film had to be choreographed in advance so that we could have a flow to the whole piece. It’s crazy the apparatuses we worked with from wires to things called tuning forks to teeter-totters. Thank God we had the rehearsal time. You always need it on a musical anyway.”

-Rob Marshall

Bloopers to giggle

Providing visualizations by Industrial Light and Magic, Framestore, and many more. Little Mermaid grossed over $569 Million worldwide with a budget of $297 Million. They shot the Under the Sea sequence calling it a big massive musical number that involved creating a lot of underwater sea environments, Marshall added,

“a lot of work in advance with John DeLuca and myself creating these musical sequences, to prep it in advance from storyboards to something called pre-visualization, which is almost like a little mini-animated film, so we know how it flowed and how it worked … You are creating a world, you’re creating creatures, but it’s very important to me that it feels real – you have to believe, you have to care about them, you have to follow their journey.”

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