Joe Singer, the Canadian singer-songwriter known as the frontman of The Masked Band, will reprise his role in “The Mask” from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Disney has announced.

“We are excited to premiere ‘The Master’s Mask’ for our fans and to introduce Joe to the world,” said Bill Buckner, vice president of global entertainment at Disney.

“Joe was a true icon of our time and we’re excited to bring his music to life in this new cinematic version.”

Joe Singer, left, with fellow Canadian rock band The Smiths in 2009.

Photo: Andrew Toth/APIn “The Master.

The Master” from the first game, Link is tasked with solving puzzles to unlock a portal to a realm of beauty.

He’s aided by a mysterious masked man known as The Mask, who takes the form of a human-sized animal.

The movie will tell the story of the Master, who lives on a mysterious island in a forest where he lives under the care of his wife, Thelma.

The Mask is a kind and gentle man who protects the island from the elements, and when he’s not in the act of protecting it, he’s singing.

Singer’s character is described as “a rugged, handsome man who’s been living his life under a blanket of fear and isolation” in the film.

The movie is scheduled to open in theaters on May 21.

The Legend of Link: Breath and The Legend OF Zelda: The Breath of The Wild.

Photo by Disney/Nintendo/DreamWorks.

Joe Singer is also a longtime collaborator with Disney and has worked on several films including the animated films “Spirits,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Finding Nemo” and “Aladdin.”