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The live-action Beauty and the Beast is set to hit theaters on March 17th, 2017. The shots of Beast's castle are pretty, but we've seen a lot of them before in the teaser, and that image of Lumière and Cogsworth first made the rounds last week.
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In the very short exchange, which appears to be at a table read, the two discuss what the Beast is reading.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the animated original, Disney released a trailer for the Blu-ray edition featuring the first look at the live action remake.
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The video is actually, in a way, a teaser for the teaser - a sneak preview will soon be available with the release of the animated Beauty and the Beast 25th anniversary edition this September. "Beauty and the Beast" is the fantastic journey of Belle, a bright, lovely and independent young woman who is taken prisoner by a beast in his castle.
The film also stars Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, Luke Evans as Gaston, Josh Gad as LeFou, Kevin Kline as Maurice, Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Plumette, Ewan McGregor as Lumiere, and Stanley Tucci as the piano, Cadenza. Later, we also see director Bill Condon talking about why it made sense to make a new version of the beloved 1991 movie. "Beauty and the Beast" will be released in US theaters on March 17, 2017.
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