This past weekend at the D23 Expo fan convention, Disney released the eagerly awaited live-action trailer for the upcoming movie Little Mermaid.

Mixed reviews have been written about the movie. For its visual effects, this movie has gotten a variety of reviews. In just two days after its release, the trailer received more than 1.5 million negative comments on YouTube as of Wednesday, September 13.

Users frequently are unaware of how many people dislike a movie because YouTube has removed the dislikes counter. But there’s a well-known plug-in that’s used as a widely-known technique to figure out how many people didn’t like an online video.




The visual effects weren’t convincing enough for some online users, who commented that it doesn’t seem like Ariel is underwater.

The beloved Mermaid Ariel is portrayed by singer Halle Bailey in the live-action version of the cult Disney princess movie, The Little Mermaid. Melissa McCarthy, Jonah Houer-King, Jacob Tremblay, Awkwafina, Javier Bardem, Daveed Diggs, and Simone Ashley are also featured in the movie.

Recently, millions of people watched the trailer for a genuinely good reason. Many parents started uploading their kids’ responses to videos on TikTok. The majority of these kids were teenagers. Black females.

It resulted in compliments for Disney as well as the film’s diverse and inclusive cast, especially the choice to cast a Black woman in the role of Ariel.

Additionally, it strengthened people’s conviction that representation is critical in order to ensure that more viewers see characters who resemble them on screen.

A Little Mermaid trailer with views on YouTube. Source: YouTube

In a clip posted to TikTok, a young child going by the name of Sienna is seen struggling to contain her excitement as she watches the trailer with big eyes and a big smile on her face.

When Ariel is finally revealed, the star-struck youngster asks in an emotional tone: “That is her? That is Ariel?”

Halle Bailey recently discussed the significance of her role as Ariel with PEOPLE.

She stated: “The fact that now it’s getting to be played by me, a person who looks like me, woman of colour, I’m just like, wow, I’m so grateful for what it will do for all the other little Black and brown boys and girls who will see themselves in me.”

“Because I know if I had seen myself when I was younger, I think my whole perspective would’ve changed.”

 

The counter that promotes disapproval had to be removed from the platform.

Disney unveiled the live-action trailer for The Little Mermaid this weekend at its D23 Expo fan convention, sparking excitement and fanfare. However, within two days, the excitement has largely subsided.

On YouTube, it received more than 1.5 million views on Tuesday night. It crossed the 1 million mark on Sunday.

Users are unaware of how many disapproving comments the video has received because YouTube has removed the counter that tracks dislikes.

The Little Mermaid appears to be performing poorly, according to a plug-in that users can use to check the performance of their content. Actually, it’s kind of sinking.

Since the trailer’s visuals fall short of some viewers’ expectations, the majority of complaints have focused on the fact that Ariel doesn’t appear to be in the water.

Halle Bailey plays the adored Mermaid Ariel in the live-action remake of the classic Disney princess movie The Little Mermaid. Awkwafina, Javier Bardem, Daveed Diggs, Simone Ashley, Melissa McCarthy, Jonah Houer-King, Jacob Tremblay, and Simone Ashley are also featured in the movie.

Although many people have criticized the movie on Twitter, it gained popularity for the right reasons.

On TikTok, many parents started posting their children’s responses to the event.

As a result, Disney and the film received praise for having a diverse and inclusive cast, particularly for casting a Black woman to play Ariel.

A girl named Sienna can be seen on TikTok in one video looking over the trailer with big eyes and a smile. She makes an effort to contain her excitement.

When Ariel is finally revealed, she inquires: “That is her? That is Ariel?”

Halle Bailey recently discussed the significance of her role as the main character in an interview with PEOPLE. “The fact that now it’s getting to be played by me, a person who looks like me, woman of colour, I’m just like, wow, I’m so grateful for what it will do for all the other little Black and brown boys and girls who will see themselves in me.”

Since I am sure that if I could have seen myself as I was younger I’m thinking my perspective on life would’ve changed.”

For the past three days, people have been seeing The Little Mermaid teaser trailer. It has received more than 1.3 million dislikes in the three days that it has been available. It’s possible that this has turned into an unpopular race in the social sphere between various groups because of the site’s rising upvotes. All of That Park Place’s residents are depressed about the situation as a whole. There are numerous ways and numerous justifications for businesses to take actions that can unite people of all races. It wasn’t handled correctly to guarantee a better result.

You now have it.

Living in a culture where everything is now about race is absolutely infuriating. It is a major pain. It hurts everyone, everyone. Everyone loses in this situation aside from those who are enthralled by the conflict.

Would I be a keeper with every single detail of that Twitter conversation? I’m not certain. I would probably have some reservations. Overall, I think it’s a great explanation for everyone who is wondering why the bad person is the organization that puts us at odds when we’d be happier standing shoulder to shoulder.

No matter your race, ethnicity, religion, upbringing, worldview, or anything else, may God bless you all. Be considerate.