'Beauty and The Beast' 2017: The 3 Classic Things You won't Likely See in The MovieBy Anita Valencia, UniversityHerald Reporter
The highly-anticipated romantic-fantasy movie, "Beauty and The Beast" will live up your childhood dream once again in 2017. However, there are a few classic things you won't likely see in the movie.
The singing kitchenware in "Beauty and The Beast"
The classic version has all the kitchenware including Mrs. Potts and Lumiere, singing "Be Our Guest". While the 2017 movie will feature the song, it is unlikely for the pots and glasses to sing along with the rest of the cooking-tool team.
Belle's classic costumes in "Beauty and The Beast" - be gone
Belle's gown is nothing like the classic version. The movie will show off Belle's independent being - an active woman with new set of wardrobes that represent the trait well, EOnline reported. Belle will be wearing rather-modern clothing - starting from a pair of boots instead of ballerina shoes to the signature yellow-dress without a corset.
"Beauty and The Beast" original soundtrack
The hit soundtrack "Beauty and The Beast" was originally sung by Peabo Bryson and Celine Dion. It's an endless love song with a touch of magical tune.
In the new movie's trailer, the background music already receives tons of changes with the remix. Hence, the fans should expect an entirely different style of the song when it premieres.
"Beauty and The Beast" movie coming in 2017
25 years ago, the original movie debuted in theaters and up till today, the story still captures viewers in a heartwarming way.
Happy anniversary to Beauty and the Beast! It debuted in theaters 25 years ago today. pic.twitter.com/XgXUQOLCPT— Inside the Magic (@InsideTheMagic) November 22, 2016
The 2017 movie is expected to bring a new experience for the moviegoers. The Disney's classic fairytale is directed by Bill Condon with casts including Harry Potter's Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as The Beast and Luke Evans as Gaston.
"Beauty and The Beast" premieres March 17, 2017 in the US, Variety reported.