The official Twitter page for the upcoming feature adaptation of the Beauty and the Beast released a teaser to announce the release of official trailer.
It was the big news last year that the Disney animated feature and one of the few films to go to the Oscars and even win two of the Golden Man trophies for Best Original Score and Best Original song, was getting a feature film adaptation.
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After Disney had had luck with feature adaptation of Maleficent, Cindrella and lately, The Jungle Book; Disney can be surer than ever that remaking another Disney classic into a feature adaptation is a great decision.
Especially when the two main characters who were cast in the main roles of Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson and Dan Stevens have established fan bases.
So we have been hearing the casting decisions which look really promising with Luke Evans as Gaston, Ewan McGregor as Lumiere, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Plumette, Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, Josh Gad as LeFou and Stanley Tucci as Cadenza, Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts and Kevin Kline as Belle's father, Maurice.
The production has already started for the movie and one can catch a glimpse of the cast here and there on one of the actors’ Instagram feed but there has been no cinematic preview for the movie.
That all changed when the official Twitter for the movie released a brief teaser. The teaser features the words, Be Our Guest with the iconic red rose petal falling slowly across the black background.
The screen then fades to reveal new words, Tomorrow and the slogan of the ABC Good Morning America. This is a teaser for the release of the trailer for the movie.
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It is of course the adaptation of the French fairy tale of the same name by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont in which Belle’s father is captured by a Beast when he gets lost in the forest and Belle exchanges her father’s place only to fall in love with the Beast which undoes the curse that the Witch put on him to turn him into a Beast.