Individuals are sharing their humorous casting concepts for Disney’s live-action ‘Little Mermaid’

Individuals are sharing their humorous casting concepts for Disney’s live-action ‘Little Mermaid’

jake gyllenhaal as scuttle

A Twitter user suggested Jake Gyllenhaal play Scuttle in Disney’s live-action “Little Mermaid.”

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Individuals on Twitter have actually been making casting ideas for Disney’s live-action “The Little Mermaid” since it was announced that it’s in the works– however it just got a little funnier.

On Wednesday, Disney announced that Halle Bailey will star as Ariel According to Range, Jacob Tremblay will play Flounder and Awkwafina will play Scuttle, with Melissa McCarthy in talks to play Ursula.

However, fans have a couple of more tips in mind. As they wait to hear who else will sign up with the cast of the precious Disney animation, they have actually taken it upon themselves to make some humorous recommendations.

Starting with Ariel’s love interest, Prince Eric, some Twitter users have discussed Paul Giamatti, Lady Gaga’s alter-ego, Jo Calderone, and even Moira (played by the fantastic Catherine O’Hara) on “Schitt’s Creek” as contenders.

In another “Schitt’s Creek” associated tip, a Twitter user pointed out Alexis (Annie Murphy), David (Dan Levy) and Stevie (Emily Hampshire) as Ariel’s siblings.

One Twitter user also recommended Jake Gyllenhaal handle the function of Ariel’s bird pal, Scuttle, in a spot-on side-by-side.

Ashley Tisdale was recommended to play the function of Sebastian. Tisdale covered the crab’s renowned solo, “Kiss the Woman,” back in2006

Production for the live-action movie will start in early 2020, according to Disney. There’s no set release date for the movie


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