'The Little Mermaid' director Rob Marshall wants to work with Indian talent
On the global scale, the Indian cinema industry has made impressive strides, drawing a sizable fan base with its amazing storylines and excellent talent. Rob Marshall is a well-known director who is aware of and respects Indian art.
In a recent interview, Rob Marshall, who is most known for directing "The Little Mermaid," revealed his strong desire to work with Indian artists on future projects. I mean, I am very open to working with beautiful, spectacular actors...there are so many excellent Indian actors, so I would love it," he exclaimed with enthusiasm. Having Art Malik in our movie made me incredibly happy. He is really unique and has an Asian origin. I am constantly seeking the ideal candidate for the role. He is really unique and has an Asian origin. I am constantly seeking the ideal candidate for the position. I welcome everyone and anyone.
Halle Bailey plays the title character in Disney's live-action rendition of the beloved animated film "The Little Mermaid," which also stars Melissa McCarthy as the evil sea witch Ursula, Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric, Javier Bardem as King Triton, Daveed Diggs as Sebastian the crab's voice actor, Jacob Tremblay as Flounder the fish, and Awkwafina as Scuttle the seabird.
Ariel, a courageous young mermaid who makes a risky bargain with the evil sea witch Ursula to experience life on land and get to know the alluring Prince Eric, is the focus of the film. But her father's underwater empire is put at risk by this pact.
The Little Mermaid has been recreated by Rob Marshall to great acclaim by moviegoers. The seasoned filmmaker boldly said when asked if he felt pressure to deliver on expectations with the remake, "I did not feel the pressure since I have a fantastic relationship with folks in Disney. They have shown me so much respect and support. The company and the world place a great deal of value on this property, so I wanted to honour its greatness while also keeping in mind that I am working on a different genre—a live-action genre—and that there is a chance to make the experience richer, more complete, and ultimately more emotional.
Rob admitted that "The Little Mermaid" is one of the most difficult films to perform.
The tremendous filmography of Rob Marshall features hits including "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," "Memoirs of a Geisha," "Nine," "Into the Woods," and "Mary Poppins Returns."
- PTC PUNJABI