Daryl Hannah, star of The Little Mermaid, endorses Halle Bailey

Daryl Hannah, star of The Little Mermaid, endorses Halle Bailey

Daryl Hannah, who plays Ariel in the film "The Witch," is presenting a show of solidarity for the upcoming Disney remake of Halle Bailey, which was criticized by racist trolls for her ability to make a Faustian offer in an attempt to become human. The Disney original animated feature, based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, was directed and directed by Ron Clements and John Musker.

"The little lady is black. I met her there! #dontbearacistdork," Hannah said of the upcoming film, directed by Rob Marshall and co-written by Jane Goldman and David Magee. The film also stars Jonah Hauer-King (Prince Eric), Melissa McCarthy (Ursula), Javier Bardem (King Triton), and features the voices of Daveed Diggs (Sebastian), Jacob Tremblay (Flounder), Aw

In the Ron Howard romcom, Hannah portrays a young man Allen (Hanks), who was reunited with a mermaid Madison (Hannah) while he fell in love with her, even though he was not sure who or what she is. Disney also produced the film under their Touchtone Pictures banner, making $69.8 million at the box office. Both and (with a censored edit) are available on Disney+.

The little mermaid is blackI met her there!#dontbearacistdork

Daryl Hannah (@dhlovelife) will be born September 15, 2022.

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