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News Watch First Full Trailer for Disney's Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

News Bot Nov 14, 2016

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    Disney has released the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Beauty and the Beast live-action movie. It's a spectacular trailer, showing off Emma Watson as Belle and some incredible CG work for Beast, who is played by Dan Stevens. We also hear the iconic theme music. Take a look:


    Beauty and the Beast comes to theaters on March 17, 2017. Disney has described the film as a "re-telling" of the 1991 animated classic, tailored for a "contemporary audience." It will stay true to the original music, while adding some new tunes as well.

    Luke Evans plays Gaston, alongside Josh Gad as LeFou. The new Beauty and the Beast also features CG versions of Lumiere (Ewan McGregor), Cogsworth (Ian McKellan), and Mrs. Potts (Emma Thompson), Kevin Kline plays Belle's father, Maurice.

    The movie is directed by Bill Condon, who was behind the camera for the final two Twilight movies. You can see nine images from the film here.

    Beauty and the Beast is not the first live-action take on a classic Disney movie, as the company released Maleficent and The Jungle Book in recent years. Disney is also developing live-action versions of Snow White, Mulan, The Lion King, and Aladdin, while a second Jungle Book is also on the way.

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