'Beauty and the Beast' Latest News & Updates: Dan Stevens Looks Perfect For Beast's Human Form, See Gaston, Lumiere and Cogsworth Photos

By Anne Caballo , Updated Sep 06, 2016 12:05 PM EDT
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"Beauty and the Beast" is a live-action movie from Disney which stars Emma Watson who is really eager to make the animated film to life. A number of photos was recently released showing the characters for the upcoming film adaptation.

Photos from the "Beauty and the Beast" were recently revealed by the film producer himself. Jack Morrisey has been seen posting a documentation of the film in his Facebook account. According to an article, the film producer said that there will be a lot of behind-the-scenes photos that will be featured in the latest Beauty and the Beast DVD/Blu-Ray release for its 25th anniversary celebration.

A photo released show the Beast in his human form and is played by Dan Stevens. Other characters images like Gaston who is played by Luke Evans in a song number in a pub, Lumiere and Cogsworth who are voiced by Ewan McGregor and Ian McKellen respectively were also released.

As the usual "Beauty and the Beast" story goes, the Beast will not transform back into his human form not until the end of the movie. According to Vanity Fair. Dan Stevens who played the Beast was also seen in a photo in his human form and many commented that he really looks very closely to the animation prince with its hairstyle and clothes.

The upcoming film "Beauty & the Beast" will hit the theatres on March 17, 2017 and fans can no longer hide their excitement as they will once again here the same songs from the animation with the cast singing along. The film will also cast Kevin Kline, Emma Thompson and Josh Gad. This will all be directed by Bill Condon.

The filming for the live action "Beauty and the Beast" started from May 2015 and had wrapped up in just three months. Many of the scenes will be incorporated with CGI to include the same magic as to the original animation.

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