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‘Black-Ish’ star Yara Shahidi plays Tinker Bella in Disney’s live action ‘Peter Pan’

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Black-ish Star Yara Shahidi played the role of Tinker Bella DisneyUpcoming Live-Action Peter Pan Movie, Peter Pan and Wendy.

Accordingly Time limit, Shahidi, best known for his role as Zoe Johnson in shows Black-ish And Grown-ish, Tapped into the lead role as the Tritagonist Fairy in David Lowry’s 1953 animated classic remake of Disney.

Shahidi’s casting is marked by the fact that the costumes traditionally played by white actors are filled with a person of color.

Halley Bailey, who is about halfway through the R&B sister duo Chloe X Haley, is rumored to be starring Ariel in a live-action remake of the 1989 animated classic. Little Mermaid.

Shahidi joins Jude Law as Captain Hook and Alexander Moloney and Ever Anderson as Peter Pan and Wendy.

Co-scripted by director Lowry Toby Halbrooks, with Jim Whittaker in charge.

Peter Pan Based on a novel by JM Barry. It tells the story of a young boy and the children he takes to the magical world of Neverland. Tinker Bell is Pan’s closest friend

Of the many great studio remakes, the most famous is Steven Spielberg Hook Starring Robin Williams. Julia Roberts played Tinker Bell in the 1991 film.

Disney has postponed almost all of the films it had planned to release in 2020 due to the Corona virus crisis.

These changes affect the fourth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with its first title Black widow It was pushed back from this November until next May. It was initially slated to hit theaters in May 2020.

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EternitiesMeanwhile, its release date has been changed from February 2021 to next November. As FandongoManaging Editor Eric Davis Notes, This is the first year since 2009 that there has not been a Marvel studio film.

Other titles influencing the announcement include Deep water, Death in the Nile, West Side Story And The king’s man. Elsewhere, a Disney film that was not expected to arrive in July 2021 has now been removed from the schedule, one from 20 Century Studios.

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