New ending, bigger changes in 2022 movie

Sings Pinocchio (voiced by Benjamin Evan Ainsworth)

Spoiler alert! We’re discussing important plot details and the ending of the new Disney+ “Pinocchio” remake.

The world’s most famous wooden boy undergoes a computer makeover.

Disney returns to the animated classic of “Pinocchio” (now airing on Disney+), a live-action remake of the studio’s 1940 movie. 30% positive reviews On Rotten Tomatoes, you follow a doll named Pinocchio (voiced by Benjamin Evan Ainsworth) who is brought back to life thanks to Blue Fairy (Cynthia Erivo). With the help of his “conscience,” Jiminy Cricket (voiced by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), he learns how to be brave, honest, and selfless.

Directed by Robert Zemeckis, he meets his “Forrest Gump” co-star Tom Hanks, who plays Geppetto, Pinocchio’s father, a woodworker. Here are the biggest changes between the original and the new films:

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No, you don’t have to worry about Jiminy Cricket doing TikTok dances. But Zemeckis and co-writer Chris Weitz try to update “Pinocchio” with some social media-friendly references. Before the devious fox Honest John (voiced by Keegan-Michael Key) sells Pinocchio to a wandering puppeteer Stromboli (Giuseppe Battiston), the wooden boy promises riches and stardom, asking him to drop out of school and become an “influencer”. He later suggested stage names to Pinocchio, one of them being Chris Pine (of “Don’t Worry Baby” fame).

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