"Beauty and the Beast" makes epic $165M opening

"Beauty and the Beast" makes epic $165M opening

We are all too familiar with Belle's iconic song, "Little Town", but now the Beast is belting out one of his own. So it isn't much of a surprise that the film has spawned two sequels, and that this year, Disney brings the Live Action Adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. The live-action film makes a big change to Maurice's story, and I imagine it may have been because filmmakers knew his fruitless search for Belle in the original was problematic to the timeline in the original film.

"I feel very passionate about telling a story with music and lyrics", Evans told Pop Inquirer recently. Ultimately they ALL got there to create a satisfying new take on a timeless classic.

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Russian politician Vitaly Milonov, who is threatening the ban, has not yet seen the film. The main problem I had with the flick was with the director (Bill Condon) and how he fails to capture the best performances possible from its incredible cast and his lack of attention to detail.

I'll admit that I went into Beauty and the Beast with some trepidation. "But there's a willingness now to be like, 'Fine, call me a diva, call me a feminazi, call me hard, call me a First World Feminist, call me whatever you want.' It's not going to stop me from trying to do the right thing". But now, there is more background on Belle's mother and some sarcastic jokes that kids may not understand but fans of the original, who are adults now, will enjoy. "He was already an established genius", she recalls, "and the stardust that he sprinkled on the Disney animated franchise resonates still today". Do you agree or disagree with me? Watching the movie, you will absolutely find yourself considering lots of gay moments and thinking to yourself (or whispering to the person next to you, if you're rude), "Is this the exclusively gay moment?". Which flick are you checking out this week? But this is, at times, shot-for-shot the exact same movie, just with human people now. Speaking of Gaston: I'd be mistaken if I didn't say that LeFou (Josh Gad) - his air headed yes-man - was absolutely hilarious.