Beauty and the Beast's monster BO opening hints a sequel is coming
"But it is a nice, exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie". It's not as big of a deal as people are saying, however, LeFou's arc is played wonderfully by Gad.
"Everything else looked gorgeous, Emma Watson was lovely, the sets were incredible, and there's me just sweating away!" But it's definitely an out-of-the-ordinary cooperation with a Google Home "partner". Aside from his scene-stealing moment, he brought humor to the film, according to reports. "For some more movie fun, ask me something about Belle".
Joined by an eager ensemble and film stars Luke Evans, Josh Gad and Dan Stevens, Corden and company took to the streets to perform musical numbers from the film during traffic changes. Also, his eyes are GORGEOUS.
"They do love the animated version, but they also loved coming on set, and watching this movie".
"I can't believe what they've managed to do and the way fairytales have embraced this technology, and vice versa, it's incredible". A piano named Cadenza (Stanley Tucci) and a wardrobe named Madame de Garderobe (Audra McDonald) smooch after transforming back into their human forms.
Emma Watson is boot-wearing bookworm Belle.
These stories helped make the House of Mouse the empire it is today, Bailey said, noting that Disney's headquarters are held up by the Seven Dwarfs.
What could possibly be better than Emma Watson?
Speaking to the Evening Standard, legendary composer Alan Menken revealed that the new version of the song Gaston features lyrics that were deemed "too edge" for the original film.
Gad told United States media it was a "lovely moment at the end of the film".
Belle has no problem putting the Beast in his place, even though he's the one who supposedly is in control. "I loved that about it".
Disney's animated classic takes on a new form, with a widened mythology and an all-star cast.
Some of our modern interpretations of fairy tales stick closer to their original source material, but other originals may prove to be more shocking than finding out that your candlestick can sing and dance!