Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "The Little Mermaid."
Disney's remake of the 1989 movie recreates some of the original's most memorable moments.
A few scenes, including Ariel's hair flip, look like shot-for-shot recreations.
When Ariel wishes to witness life above the sea, the mermaid longingly reaches her hand out to the world above while singing "Part of Your World."
Jodi Benson, who makes a brief cameo in the remake, voiced Ariel in the animated movie.
Ariel's iconic hair flip out of the water was a tough scene to recreate for the remake.
Halle Bailey, who plays Ariel in the remake, told Entertainment Weekly that while it was a "fun" scene to perform, the weight of the singer's hair made it challenging to execute.
"It was definitely hard, though, because my hair was really, really heavy," Bailey said, adding that her locs, which she's had since the age of 5, feel "like wool" when wet.
"It kind of almost doubles the weight when they're heavy," she said.
"So whenever I would get in the water, it would be heavy. So that one scene, it was really funny: that whole day we were trying to get it right, get it right, and finally they got a take that they really liked," Bailey added.
Bailey told The Hollywood Reporter a stuntman held her hair underwater and threw it for her when she'd break the surface to create the moment.
While singing "Poor Unfortunate Souls," Ursula does a little body shimmy. The remake changes that scene up slightly.
Ursula shimmies directly into the screen with the focus on her chest.
In the remake, Ursula still shimmies, but the focus is on the rest of the sea witch's body as it envelops the camera.
During the reprise of "Part of Your World," Ariel sits atop a rock and sings as a wave crashes behind her.
Ariel faces a different direction when the iconic moment occurs in the remake.
Ariel and Eric nearly share a kiss during both performances of "Kiss the Girl."
The Disney remake recreated the atmosphere of the moment right down to the fireflies above the water and Ariel and Eric leaning in to lock lips before the boat capsizes due to Ursula's mischievous eels.
Ariel excitedly takes the horse-carriage reins in both movies as she and Eric explore the shore.
Ariel's outfit may be different, but Bailey's just as gleeful as her animated counterpart.
"The Little Mermaid" live-action remake is in theaters now and the animated classic is available to stream on Disney Plus:
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