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The Beast comes into the light in new trailer for Beauty and the Beast

11.14.2016

2017 hasn’t even arrived yet and already we're clamoring like addicts over the bevy of movies awaiting us in the upcoming year. One of the most anticipated is, undoubtedly, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. Disney has been on a roll with their recent live-action movies, such as CINDERELLA and JUNGLE BOOK, and BEAST is looking like it will continue the hot streak. How do I know this? Because I just watched the new trailer for the movie, and it looks magical!

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Wasn’t I right? The movie looks visually dazzling with some stellar production design, much like 2015’s CINDERELLA. Though the rendering on Beast/Prince Adam (Stevens) looks pretty good, we’ll have to wait and see the full movie to see how the effects really come together in a practical environment. But this footage does its job of showing how faithful this new version will be to the animated classic, and though it may look too familiar for some, this one could have a few surprises up it sleeve. You're killing with suspense, Disney!

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST will tell a tale as old as time on March 17, 2017 with Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Josh Gad, Luke Evans, Ewan McGregor and Ian McKellen

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10:55PM on 11/14/2016
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6:26PM on 11/14/2016
Horns ?? Really? He looks more like goat man than the beast, for a start they're pointing the wrong way and he just looks like a man in a prosthetic mask.... really poor Disney
Horns ?? Really? He looks more like goat man than the beast, for a start they're pointing the wrong way and he just looks like a man in a prosthetic mask.... really poor Disney
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2:16PM on 11/14/2016
I like it. The nostalgic when I wasn't born yet
I like it. The nostalgic when I wasn't born yet
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11:39AM on 11/14/2016
As I mature, Beauty and the Beast resonates more with me than any other Disney movie (I still love Aladdin, mainly for Robin Williams' Genie). So far this seems to capture a lot of that same magic. There are Disney movies I don't think should be made into live-action movies, but Bill Condon, no surprise, seems to have pulled this off.
As I mature, Beauty and the Beast resonates more with me than any other Disney movie (I still love Aladdin, mainly for Robin Williams' Genie). So far this seems to capture a lot of that same magic. There are Disney movies I don't think should be made into live-action movies, but Bill Condon, no surprise, seems to have pulled this off.
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11:38AM on 11/14/2016
Eh it looked ok. Doesnt look like it will outcharm the animated movie at all. The anamorphic objects looked very limited in expession and emotion. And the beast looks handsome instead of threatening. Like Lassie. Ruff!
Eh it looked ok. Doesnt look like it will outcharm the animated movie at all. The anamorphic objects looked very limited in expession and emotion. And the beast looks handsome instead of threatening. Like Lassie. Ruff!
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9:53AM on 11/14/2016
I've been enjoying Disney's transitions from animated films to live action, and this looks no different. Film looks gorgeous with a nice touch of gravitas to go along with the fantasy element.
I've been enjoying Disney's transitions from animated films to live action, and this looks no different. Film looks gorgeous with a nice touch of gravitas to go along with the fantasy element.
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