20 SECRETS About The Making of Beauty And The Beast (2017)



Jan Gilbert reveals the top 20 secrets & facts about the making of Disney’s 2017 Beauty And The Beast.

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Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the studio’s animated classic which refashions the classic characters from the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs. “Beauty and the Beast” is the fantastic journey of Belle, a bright, beautiful and independent young woman who is taken prisoner by a beast in his castle. Despite her fears, she befriends the castle’s enchanted staff and learns to look beyond the Beast’s hideous exterior and realize the kind heart and soul of the true Prince within. The film stars: Emma Watson as Belle; Dan Stevens as the Beast; Luke Evans as Gaston, the handsome, but shallow villager who woos Belle; Oscar® winner Kevin Kline as Maurice, Belle’s eccentric, but lovable father; Josh Gad as Lefou, Gaston’s long-suffering aide-de-camp; Golden Globe® nominee Ewan McGregor as Lumiere, the candelabra; Oscar nominee Stanley Tucci as Maestro Cadenza, the harpsichord; Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Plumette, the feather duster; six-time Tony Award® winner Audra McDonald as Madame Garderobe, the wardrobe; Oscar nominee Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, the mantel clock; and two-time Academy Award® winner Emma Thompson as the teapot, Mrs. Potts.

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32 thoughts on “20 SECRETS About The Making of Beauty And The Beast (2017)

  1. The ball dance part was my favourite. I loved the yellow dress and just loved everything about it. When ever I watch it I feel so in love from their emotions and how they look at each other❤️

  2. just watched it. i was obsessed as a child when the original came out in the 90‘s. i dont feel like the two lead roles where a fit and… i was disappointed with the yellow dress, haha. other than that beautifully made 👍🏼

  3. i love the new movie of disney beauty and the beast and the new song from that movie evermore

  4. I seen The Beauty And The Beast Live Action in The Theaters I Loved It im Happy it's on Netflix it's My Favorite Movie and I Love Emma Watson's/Belle's Dress And Emma Is a Perfect Actress For Belle

  5. I LOVE the movie!!! My grandkids are getting tired of me inviting them over to watch it.. but they come because I make cupcakes!

  6. Absolutely loved the live
    action beauty and the beast movie. Emma Watson was superb . I loved all the musical numbers especially "be our guest" and the Gaston number in the tavern. Magical all the way.

  7. There were a lot of things I liked about the new movie, but I think some worked better in the original.
    Here's what I think about the live-action version:
    Pros: They managed to squeak a few people of color in there; I don't know how many POCs could have reasonably been expected in small French towns, but it was nice to see them there. I also liked that the prince had this very David-Bowie-meets-George-Washington sort of look to him and did dramatic makeup — it cemented his role as a vain prince; the swarms of gorgeous ladies dancing in his ballroom added to the effect. I liked that even though Belle lost her mother (oldest cliche in the book, I'm sorry), it was as a result of a very real disease, the plague, and they fled to the small town for safety.

    Cons: the household items were… not good, to put it lightly. Lumiere's accent was much less convincing than the one in the 1991 version. You could barely see Cogsworth's face, there was so much decoration on it, and if there was supposed to be a face on the wardrobe, I couldn't see it. Some of the CG looked very fake (my daughters and I sang "I want adventure in the great wide green-screen"). This might not seem major, but in the opening narrative of the original, the narrator says, "but who could ever learn to love… a beast?" in a very somber tone. But in the new one, the narrator sounds all perky and cheerful about it. It just seems wrong.

    Overall, I'd give it a slight edge over the original, but they both have their pros and cons.

  8. It was a great movie, don’t get me wrong. But what kind off bothered me was that a lot of the dialogue and even some camera shots were exactly the same as the original

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