Disney’s latest craze is live-action recreations of classic Disney classics. In live-action films, well-known celebrities are indeed a significant appeal. Two such examples are Will Smith in Aladdin and Angelina Jolie in Maleficent. Ariana Grande, on the other hand, recently discussed her Disney character dream.
Apparently, there are no comments associated with this article, so we can just envision Ariana Grande as Megara. Meg has some really amazing musical performances inside the movie, aside from the trademark pony hairstyle that both Megara and Grande wear. Grande would be an excellent pick for these tunes.
Grande has previously worked on soundtracks. She recently partnered just on score again for the film Charlie’s Angels as well as performed the song of Hercules, “Zero to Hero,” just on We Love Disney Album.
Hercules will be a fantastic addition to Disney’s live-action library. The official synopsis for the film is as follows:
“Hercules is merely an uncomfortable pillar of strength attempting to fit in after being taken from the gods as a newborn and adopted on Earth. He most likes to please his father, Zeus. When Hercules learns Hades’ nefarious scheme to seize Mount Olympus, he transforms from zero to hero, learning from his friends Pegasus and Phil that true power derives from the heart.
Tate Donovan, Danny DeVito, James Woods, Susan Egan, Bobcat Goldthwait, Charlton Heston, Rip Torn, and Samantha Eggar all lend their voices to the film. Alan Menken composed the music. Ron Clements and John Musker are the directors (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin).
Broadway artists recently sang Hercules’ “Go the Distance” as just a lead-in to ABC’s Day of Hope, which recognised professionals on the front line of both the COVID-19 outbreak. The words of the song are very timely right present.