- Emma Watson (“Belle”)
- Dan Stevens (“Beast / Prince”)
- Luke Evans (“Gaston”)
- Josh Gad (“Le Fou”)
- Audra McDonald (“Garderobe”)
- Gugu Mbatha-Raw (“Plumette”)
- Bill Condon (Director)
- Alan Menken (Music by)
Some of the best things about the movie are the songs. Here it is a small sample of what you can expect to see at the movie
Getting cozy with the actors
- Bill Condon told us that he needed to "get over the terror first" when he was approached to adapt the movie for the live action film. He knew he needed to investigate and learn more about the movie. "There are questions maybe you never asked before that you want to know about, like how did Belle and Maurice wind up in this village where they're outsiders. That leads to new songs and suddenly you are creating something new."
- Alan Menken told us that he thinks he has benefited from his association with Disney.
- Audra McDonald told us that as a parent she thinks the Beauty and the Beast has a great message for kids. "When I learned that Emma Watson was going to play Belle, and knowing how much Emma has affected girls of my daughter's age, so knowing that, I knew Belle was going to be somebody that was independent, who was strong, who was educated, who was sticking up for girls and women, and who does all the rescuing in the film."
- Emma Watson was really pleased to play Belle. " It's remarkable to play someone that I'm almost sure had an influence on the woman that I have become." "Belle is not only kind of awed and doesn't fit in, and you know, you see her reading, and you see her is not part of her community. She is actually an activist within her community. She is teaching other young girls to read, and in moments like that where you can see her expanding beyond just her own little world and trying to kind of grow it, it was amazing to get to do that.
- Dan Stevens told us that "supporting that muscle suit on stilts was a challenge".
- Luke Evans old us that "a villain shouldn't start out as the bad guy. A villain should end up being the bad guy, and Gaston, outwardly, for the people on the village he is a hero. He is a bid of a stud, he has got the hair, the looks, he is impeccably dresses, not a bad signing voice."
- Josh Gad was as funny as he could be. He told us that he learned that horses did not liked him. "so Luke and I are walking into the village in our horses, and on action all our horses need to do is walk side by side, it is so simple. Luke's horse does it, The two of them worked on the Hobbit together, and mine proceed to moonwalk, he walked backwards and then he ran."
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