Another year, another great Disney remake. And this time they are remaking a complete classic: The little Mermaid. Before you get ready to sing “Part Of Your World” and even learn some new lyrics thanks to a few bonus tracks, you’ll want to know how best to tune in to the movie. So get your mermaid tail blankets ready and gather all the snacks you’ll need before you go “Under the Sea.”
Here are all the ways to see The little Mermaid live-action remake starring Halle Bailey.
When is The little Mermaid coming out?
The release date of The little Mermaid The live-action remake will be officially released on May 26, 2023 in the United States. If you live outside of the US, your release date may vary depending on your location.
how can i look The little Mermaid On cinemas?
Since this will be one of the biggest openings of the year, you don’t have to worry about not seeing it at your local theater. All you need to do is check show times, buy some tickets, and then you’re good to go! But don’t wait too long, because it will eventually go away! So the sooner you catch it, the better your chances of seeing it on the big screen.
how can i look The little Mermaid at home?
Now that movie theaters seem to be back, The little Mermaid The live-action film will be released theatrically first before being released on home video. That means your only chance to see it right now is by going to your local movie theater.
However, do not lose all hope. Since it’s a Disney movie, it will eventually come to Disney+ after a few months on the big screen. It will also be available on other streamers like Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Google Play and more to rent and buy whenever you want.
If you expect your siren to go off now then you can tune in to the original The little Mermaid which is available on Disney+ and other streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, and the Google Play store.
You can also buy it on DVD and Blu-ray, so you can always have it and never have to worry about it being pulled from a streamer.
Tamara Fuentes is the current entertainment editor for Cosmopolitan, where he covers TV, movies, books, celebrities, and more. She can often be found in front of a screen fangirling about something new. before joining Cosmopolitanshe was the entertainment editor at Seventeen. He is also a member of the Television Critics Association and the Latino Entertainment Journalists Association. follow her on Twitter and Instagram.