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First Full Length Trailer For Beauty And The Beast Is Released And It's Pure Magic

Carleen | PopWrapped Author


Staff Writer
11/20/2016 4:15 am
PopWrapped | Movies
First Full Length Trailer For Beauty And The Beast Is Released And It's Pure Magic | Beauty
Media Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly

The wait is finally over. The first full-length trailer for the upcoming live-action adaptation of Beauty and The Beast is released, and it is nothing but pure magic.

We begin the trailer with Belle's father Maurice (Kevin Kline) as he wanders into the castle.  All throughout the trailer, we see pieces of the familiar Disney classic, including Belle's entrance into the castle as she tries to rescue her father and the first conversation between her and the Beast. Speaking of the Beast, this is also the first time we get to see a clear shot of the character, as well. The trailer also gives us the first conversations of the enchanted furniture which includes Lumiere (Ewan McGregor), Cogsworth (Sir Ian McKellen), Chip (Nathan Mack), and Mrs. Potts (Emma Thompson).

The trailer is both action-packed and gives fans of the animated movie a glimpse of memorable scenes we know and love. Among many other scenes, you get to witness in this trailer Belle fighting off the wolves, the first look at Luke Evans as Gaston as he wants to kill the Beast, the showdown between Gaston and the Beast, the iconic ballroom scene, and, of course, what Belle loves most: the library. To be honest, there isn't one scene that I don't think viewers won't get to see in this trailer!

Check out the trailer below:

What I absolutely love is the modern spin they have put on the movie -- the visual effects, the music, and the amazing cast. The amount of content we get in one little trailer makes me more eager to see it in theaters when it is released.

The live action Beauty and The Beast movie is set to hit theaters March 17th, 2017 and stars Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Ewan McGregor, Sir Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, and Kevin Kline.

What do you think about the trailer? Let us know in the comments section below!


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