The Little Mermaid: soon on home video

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The little mermaid in its latest live-action version will soon be available on home video: let’s find out together how this edition will be composed

The live-action version of the little mermaid will soon be available on the home video edition, in particular, it will arrive in the United States on September 19 with an edition rich in content. The details of the contents of this edition were released in the United States, which contains behind-the-scenes, interviews and the classic bloopers, or errors. The Little Mermaid was released in theaters on May 24 and in Italy it had good success at the box office, amidst public appreciation and some criticism which, however, was not lacking for a live-action that did not start off with the best promises.

The Little Mermaid: soon on home video

Let’s find out together the original content that will be in the home video version in September available in the United States and then later also in Italy.

“Hotter Under The Water” – Discover how director Rob Marshall and his team brought the story of The Little Mermaid to life with this documentary in five chapters:
“A Tale Of The Bottomless Blue” – Join Rob Marshall on the set of one of the most ambitious and challenging films he’s ever directed.
“I Know Something’s Starting Right Now” – Join cast members Bailey, McCarthy, and more and learn how they were cast in the film and what it was like to bring director Marshall’s vision to life.
“Down Where It’s Wetter” – Learn about how the underwater world was created with visual effects, imagination and a lot of talented artists.
“Explore That Shore Up Above” – From Prince Eric’s castle to the beach, explore the above-the-sea locations and the elaborate production design behind them.
“Do What The Music Say” – Discover how composer Alan Menken teamed up with Lin- Manuel Miranda to write new songs to accompany the original classics

“Wild Unchartered Waters” – Prince Eric, played by Jonah Hauer-King, gets his own song, written by Alan Menken and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Go behind the song, from the writing to the recording, to the filming on a practical ship.
“Under the Sea” – Get a first-hand look at how professional dancers helped bring director Marshall’s vision to life as they stood in for the various animated sea creatures that sing and dance in this showstopping number.
“Kiss The Girl” – Float along and get a frog’s-eye view of the beautiful set built to film the live-action version of this classic song.
“Poor Unfortunate Souls” – Ursula takes viewers on a journey of making her character’s signature song.

“The Scuttlebutt On Sidekicks” – Dive in and meet Sebastian, Flounder and Scuttle, who not only have their own song, “The Scuttlebutt,” but also fresh looks as they work hard to make sure Ariel and Eric kiss before Ursula’s deadline.
“Passing The Dinglehopper” – Ariel met Ariel when Bailey worked with Jodi Benson — the voice of Ariel in the original animated movie — who appears in a cameo in the live-action film.

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Magdalena Skrok is an accomplished writer who delves into the realm of new movies and TV series. With an unwavering passion for cinematic storytelling, Magdalena keeps readers informed about the latest releases, upcoming projects, and exciting developments in the world of entertainment.