Does “The Little Mermaid” Have a Post-Credits Scene? Here’s What You Need to Know

After a while, Disney is back in theaters with another one of its live-action remakes of classic films. This time, it’s the beloved 1989 film “The Little Mermaid” that received the reimagining treatment. If you’re wondering whether it has a post-credits scene, we’ve got the answer for you.

The live-action version of “The Little Mermaid” does not have any post-credits scenes. So if you want to get up and leave once the credits start rolling, you can do so without worry. Although you would miss out on some creatively animated credits accompanied by the song “Under the Sea.”

While it’s common to include post-credits scenes in films, that’s not the case here. Despite the animated version having a sequel, Disney might have chosen not to drop any hints about a continuation. Perhaps they’ll wait to see how it performs at the box office before making any decisions.

After this remake of “The Little Mermaid,” Disney fans can look forward to one based on “Snow White.” There are also talks about a live-action adaptation of “Hercules,” which will be produced by the Russo brothers, the directors of “Infinity War.” However, there are no hints or references to them in this film. Are any of these upcoming projects catching your interest?

What to Expect from “The Little Mermaid”

If you haven’t seen the remake of “The Little Mermaid” and are planning to do so, here’s a glimpse of what you can expect. At its core, it follows the same story as the original animated film. However, it takes the opportunity to add depth and background to the narrative.

In terms of music, you’ll find beloved classics like “Part of Your World” and “Poor Unfortunate Souls.” They are accompanied by arrangements that give them a more Broadway musical feel. Of course, there are also some new additions that may appeal to a modern audience.

Written by Sarah Moore

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