Due out in cinemas in March 2017, Disney’s latest live action remake is rumoured to be their best yet.
The Beauty and the Beast cast, including Emma Watson and Ian Mckellen, finished filming in August this year – and we haven’t been blessed with a proper trailer yet, just that sneaky little mini preview.
But, fear not, some little sneak peeks at the upcoming remake have been released. This is what Lumiere (Ewan McGregor) and Cogsworth (Ian Mckellen) are going to look like:
And here’s a great insider look into Gaston’s tavern:
But, the most exciting sneak peek of all has to be of Downton Abbey hunk Dan Stevens in Beast mode, but the human version of it:
Josh Gad, who will be playing Le Fou, took to Snaphatto give a snippet of his singing voice:
And Luke Evans, Gaston, also took to Snapchat while on set to say goodbye to castmate Gad:
In September Disney will be releasing a 25th anniversary special edition DVD of Beauty and the Beast, and it will feature a sneak peek into the upcoming live action remake.
Here’s a freeze frame from that preview, showing Luke Evans rehearsing his namesake performance of ‘Gaston’.
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ASOS is a really handy online shop, good for getting everything from your basic white tees, to a flashy sequin jacket for when you’re feeling fancy.
The do this social marketing thing where they pop up with suggestions based on things you’ve been looking at. For me it’s mostly boring stuff, but some people have been getting some pretty crazy suggestions.
ASOS now sells tails. Like fake animal tails, and people are confused.
But, it doesn’t end there.
The ASOS marketing team deserve a real pat on the back, because all of their hard work paid off and that particular tail has sold out. But, don’t cry just yet – it turns out there are a whole line of animal themed tails for us consumers to collect.
There is one tail for every mood/outfit.
This classy fox tail:
This Halloween classic (and a bargain at only 15):
And then there’s the green sparkly version of the chic black original:
Which tail are you going to rock? Let us know in the comments
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Emma Watson in a movie still from ‘Beauty and the Beast’Image: Disney We cannot wait to be Disney’s guest when the live-action version of Beauty and the Beast arrives in theaters in March. In the meantime, we’ve gotten a very teasing teaser trailer, but so far very little intel on what this
We cannot wait to be Disney’s guest when the live-action version of Beauty and the Beast arrives in theaters in March.
In the meantime, we’ve gotten a very teasing teaser trailer, but so far very little intel on what this whole magical world is actually going to, you know, look like.
Until now, that is.
In new photos posted to his Facebook page over the weekend, Beauty and the Beast co-producer Jack Morrissey has revealed some early images from the forthcoming update to Disneys classic.
First up is a behind-the-scenes look at Dan Stevens (long blonde locks and all) as the Beast/the Prince. It’s taken from a forthcoming sneak peek video, so expect more when Disney drops a 25th anniversary DVD/Blu-ray of 1991’s Beauty and the Beast next month.
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Also, Morrissey shared some intoxicating concept art for Lumire (Ewan McGregor) and Cogsworth (Ian McKellen), as well as a first-look photo from the number “Gaston.”
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Go ahead and watch the teaser again. You know you want to.
March 17, 2017 can’t get here soon enough.
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New drone footage of Uluru and the surrounding Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park has been captured by Ayers Rock Resort, offering a glimpse of Australia’s red centre in a whole new way.
It is the first time a drone has been permitted to operate inside the national park, with special approval being granted by the traditional owners, the Anangu nation, in conjunction with the park’s board.
The sweeping panoramas and detailed close-ups of the ancient landscape are almost more beautiful than words allow. If you lack the ability to visit the heart of Australia, this might just be a decent alternative.
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