WATCH: Disney Releases New Beauty And The Beast Trailer
Disney released a two-minute trailer of the highly-anticipated live-action film,Beauty and the Beast on Monday, November 14. The clip shows a glimpse of Emma Watson's bringing the character of Belle to life and Dan Stevens portrayal of Beast. The teaser also includes the dancing of Belle with Beast in the ballroom and the conversation of Belle to the objects in the castle.
Watch the trailer below:
It is also stars by Luke Evans as Gaston, Josh Gad as Lefou, Emma Thompson as Mrs. Thompson, Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, Ewan McGregor as Lumiere, Kevin Kline as Maurice, Audra McDonald as Wardrobe, Stanley Tucci as Cadenza and Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Babette. A star-studded film indeed! As what the trailer indicates, it seems like the film will stay on track with the 1991 original animation.
A story of the bizarre journey of Belle, a beautiful and independent lady that is held by a beast-like man in a bewitched castle but whom she will eventually falls in love with. In spite of her fears, she befriends with the castle's enchanted staff and managed to look beyond the Beast's hideous appearance and realizes his kind heart and saw the soul of a true prince within.
Disney has defined this film as a "re-telling" of the animated classic film, personalized for a "contemporary audience. "It wasn't about changing anything," says Producer David Hoberman in his interview with Entertainment Weekly.
The film will also stick to its original music as the Oscar renowned composer Alan Menken re-recorded the original animation songs. The movies, Maleficent and The Jungle Book are the prior live-action films released by Disney in recent years. The company is now developing a live-action version of classic animated movies Mulan, Aladdin, The Lion King and Snow White.
The movie, The Beauty and the Beast, is directed by Bill Condon. He is the chief responsible in distributing a romantic and superb production to this film. Disney is inviting everyone to be their guest as the film strikes in cinemas on the 17th of March next year.