Tremblay received the lead voice acting in Disney’s most recent live-action remake when he was 13 years old.

Now that he’s all grown up, Jacob Tremblay seems virtually unrecognizable, and it seems that his castmates were so shocked when they saw him following his growth spurt.

The young actor played several minor roles before breaking out in the 2015 thriller Room. Since then, Tremblay has starred in several other movies, TV shows, and music videos! But because of how much has changed since he started working on the film, his most recent part in it The Little Mermaid attracted the most notice.

Many fans were shocked when they saw how the actor of Kamra who is now 16 years old looked and sounded because he was only 13 years old when he recorded the voice of Barbuna for the live-action film The Little Mermaid.

However, it seems that his co-stars, including Daveed Diggs from the movie Sebastian, were the most dismayed.

Tremblay received the lead voice acting in Disney’s most recent live-action remake when he was 13 years old. He took on the role of Flounder to tell the story of the little mermaid Ariel, who makes a bargain with an evil sea witch to lose her voice in exchange for the ability to grow legs and live on land.

In addition, he talked about traveling to London, where a large set of the film was shot, to attend rehearsals and spend time with Halle in person.

Because I got to see her sing in person, he added, it was great. It was so emotionally intense that it gave me chills. It’s exquisite, and that I just saw the movie last night.

In a recent Instagram post, Jacob shared a side-by-side image with co-stars Halle Bailey and Jonah Hauer-King, showing just how much he is developed physically between the time he spent acting in the film and its release.

When the movie came out, Jacob was 16 years old and going through puberty. However, he was only 12 years old when he was cast and recorded his voice parts.

Jacob pointed out that he’s now taller than Daveed, “There was a point in the film when I asked, ‘Is that me?’ mine had changed a little.

Jacob Tremblay

According to Jacob Tremblay, despite specific changes, the new film remains mainly true to the original tale of a mermaid named Ariel who makes a bargain with a sea witch named Ursula and trades her voice for a set of legs to be with -Prince Eric, a. a man she loved from afar, on dry land.

He observes that the comments on the internet are thinking about how tall he’s now after attending the Los Angeles premiere and walking the red carpet. But, he remembers, “I was eight (years old), like eight years ago.

“It makes sense. I was exposed to the pandemic when I was 12 or 13 and got out at 16 because of the COVID lockdown.

The live-action version of Little Mermaid starring Halle Bailey as Ariel, Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric, Melissa McCarthy as Ursula, and Daveed Diggs as Sebastian will play Jacob as Flounder in his next role.