The long-awaited first for Disney’s upcoming highly anticipated live-action filmwas released earlier this week, but rather than being happy that we at least finally got to see part of the film, we’re even more excited, and waiting for the next trailer seems the mountainous task.
released the first for the live-action Pinocchio The YouTube channel has amassed more than 1.5 million views, and that total doesn’t include views on other channels that have also shared the trailer. on Monday, and as of the time of this publication, the trailer on
Take a look here and see what you think:
And while many fans love the new action are evidence of the differing opinions of fans over the new take on , some of the comments about the trailer and the new live-Pinocchio.
“These live-actions are never gonna end,” reads a post from user soniton2 seg. The comment has more than 200 replies so far, many of which second the sentiment, including one that reads, “Thank God somebody said it.”
Another comment in response to the trailer reads “It’s nice to have a remake of Pinocchio but I’m also curious of how they are going to remake the full song for ‘When You Wish Upon a Star.'”
A user named Red Card echoed those sentiments in his post, writing, “This is the movie that introduced what is basically Disney’s theme song. I’m very curious to see how this remake will turn out. is always an instant plus, I know that much.”
And speaking of the incomparable , in a nod to Toy Story and Sheriff Woody himself, Hugh Campered writes, “If doesn’t yell ‘YOU ARE A TOY!!!!’ to Pinocchio, I’d be so disappointed.”
“I’m ‘not gonna lie’ (pun intended); this looks promising,” reads a post from a user who simply goes by “Taylor.”
In another vein of comments, a post at CinemaBlend calls the trailer “beautiful” but points out that something is very obviously missing.
“With the exception of a brief shot of Pinocchio’s arm, and then his hat, seen when our focus is actually on as the , the title character isn’t actually seen in the trailer,” the post reads. “ has the only dialogue and while we see plenty of CGI and even other puppets, there’s no Pinocchio here.”
According to the post, the absence of the wooden puppet would be understandable, especially if Disney wanted to surprise fans with his appearance in another trailer, but there’s no surprise, as Disney has already released images of the little who wants more than anything “to be a .”
The and as Gepetto as the , and the CGI-rendered version of couldn’t be any more spot-on. (We’ll reserve final judgment until we hear his voice and see just how close it is to Cliff Edwards’ iconic voice from the 1940 from .) lives up to its name: it gives us just enough of a look at the upcoming to make us hungry for more. In the trailer, we see
Disney’s live-action Pinocchio will be released on the 2022 , California, on September 8. in Anaheim platform on , which will also coincide with the first day of the