The promising trailer of Beauty and the Beast movie has just aired and fans couldn?t stop themselves from talking about the magnificent outcome. Belle and the Beast are memorable characters that fans always cherished while watching the?animated movie.
The live-action remake is the greatest idea that Disney implemented to grab the audience for a more enchanting and mesmerizing journey. Although the encouraging trailer has left the audience wanting for more, there are few elements that distinguish the live-action movie from the animated one.
The Talented Cast take over the Voice Artists
The animated characters Belle and Beast were pure imagination and was channeled through talented voice artists like Richard White, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, and Angela Lansbury.
In the live-action movie, the lead roles are carried out by the magnificent and talented Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. Other?actors include Luke Evans, Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci.
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Bringing World Wide Magic on Big Screen
The concept remains the same; the live-action film aims to recreate its animated version. One of the most successful Disney animations in the ’90s, producers hope that the live action film would incur the same success.
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In this tech-savvy era, the remake is already trending on the top ten charts. It is trending as well in social media with #BeautyandtheBeast2, #BeautyandtheBeastRemake hashtags. It seems that the remake is already winning the hearts of Disney fans.
After the enormous success of Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland, remaking Beauty and the Beast is a wise step that any producer has to take to please the audience. The fans just can?t wait to feel more magic and innocence that Disney has spread through the remake.
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