Princess Ariel, as she appears in the live-action movie “The Little Mermaid,” now has a limited-time meet and greet at Disneyland Park.
Meet and greet live action Ariel
The meet and greet is set up on the boardwalk near “it’s a small world”. The tail is decorated with banners of seashells and flowers.
Ariel appears in her blue “Kiss the Girl” dress and light pink boots.
It arrived with a wicker box, which he then placed on the welcome set.
The set includes a cabinet of some of his “thingamabobs”, a bunch of maps, and his father’s trident.
A mermaid made of colored glass emerges from a wave and arches over the setting.
Ariel has pearl accessories in her red dreadlocks.
You can also see Ariel’s friend Scuttle perched on the meet and greet.
Check out our video of Ariel below.
A live-action Ariel meet and greet also opened today at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida and a street musical extravaganza featuring Ariel has kicked off at Disneyland Paris.
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Live Action “The Little Mermaid”
Oscar nominee Rob Marshall, known for his work on Disney’s “Chicago” and “Mary Poppins Returns,” directs “The Little Mermaid.” The remake stars Halle Bailey as the mermaid princess Ariel, Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric, Daveed Diggs as Sebastian the crab, Awkwafina as Scuttle the diving bird, Jacob Tremblay as Flounder, Javier Bardem as King Triton, and Melissa McCarthy. like Ursula. Noma Dumezweni will play the new character Queen Selina, Eric’s mother.
The full trailer premiered during the Oscars, and a trailer was released in April. Alan Menken, who wrote the score for the 1989 original “The Little Mermaid,” made some lyrical updates for the new live-action version, with help from Lin-Manuel Miranda.
“The Little Mermaid” will be released in theaters on May 26, 2023. Bailey and Jodi Benson, who voiced the animated Ariel, joined at the film’s premiere.
This wasn’t the first time Bailey and Benson had interacted. According to the LA Times, Benson makes a cameo on land in the film and was on the set of “The Little Mermaid.” Benson was a source of on-set support for Bailey. “She told me how proud she was of me and how I’m handling everything, and she encouraged me to keep going,” Bailey said of Benson. “I appreciate her for being so warm and welcoming to me because she is the GOAT, and it was important to me to get her stamp of approval.”
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