A fan outraged by the live action version of the classic The Little Mermaid, has asked artificial intelligence how it would see Ariel and the result has been surprising
Disney’s latest adaptation of one of its most beloved classics, The Little Mermaid, has swept the box office in its first weekend with more than 197 million dollars raised worldwide, gaining the favor of critics and the public who have came to see it with a 68% rating on Rotten Tomatoes from critics with 268 reviews and 95% from the public with more than 5,000 reviews on the often controversial film portal.
However, this version is not without detractors, who have mercilessly attacked this new remake, the IMDB portal recently issued the following warning: “Unusual activity: Our rating mechanism has detected unusual activity in voting for this title. To preserve the reliability of our rating system, an alternate weighting calculation has been applied.”
One of the most criticized aspects has been the design of characters such as the emblematic Sebastián or Ariel’s faithful companion, Flounder, but without a doubt the one that has raised the most blisters among the most purists is the choice of Halle Bailey, which must be said He has received rave reviews for his work on the film. Some like the artificial intelligence artist @mapasheai36379 They have taken advantage of these new tools that technology allows us to ask her what Ariel would be like in a live action version according to her and this has been the result.
About The Little Mermaid 2023
The Little Mermaid is the live-action reimagining of Disney’s Oscar-winning animated classic musical. Inspired by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen’s timeless 1837 tale, it’s the quintessential outsider story we can all relate to.
Rob Marshall, has been in charge of directing the remake showing an intimate story set in an epic context, which surprises us with an incredibly beautiful photorealistic world found under the sea. This big screen musical is ambitious in its scale but also grounded in reality and stars Halle Bailey as Ariel, Jonah Hauer-King as Eric, Daveed Diggs as Sebastian, Awkwafina as Scuttle, Jacob Tremblay as Flounder , Noma Dumezweni as The Queen, Art Malik as Sir Grimsby, Javier Bardem as King Triton, and Melissa McCarthy as Ursula.
The songs have music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman, with new lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda. The film is produced by Marc Platt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, John DeLuca and Rob Marshall, with Jeffrey Silver serving as executive producer.
The Little Mermaid is already in theaters around the world.