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Potts sings about a “tale as old as time.”Previously, Watson confided that she is a bit scared for the musical component of the role.
“I sing, so that’s really unexpected,” Watson said of playing Belle in an interview published last month.
Basically, there's no way this relationship ends well, but you'll be telling your friends stories about this guy for In his human form, he's the life of any party with his slick dance moves and sweet ukulele skills.
In his frog form, he's still the guy you can count on to show you a good time, even when you're on the run from evil spells and scheming sidekicks. He's caring and clever, a devoted mate to Perdita and a doting dad to his 99 children. ) He's playful and energetic, with a sly sense of humor.
And if a guy's friends are any indication of his character, it's worth pointing out Pongo hangs out with Roger, who is one of Disney's most lovable humans. Also, unlike a lot of Disney princes, he has actual experience out in the real world because of that gap year he did with Timon and Pumbaa.
The film already has a release date—March 17, 2017—which gives us about 23 months until we see Watson and Stevens whirl around a gilded ballroom as Mrs. has always had a special place in our hearts – who didn’t dream of swanning around in Belle’s yellow ballgown, only to fall in love with a handsome beast-turned-Prince?Ever since we first heard that the Disney classic was getting a live-action reboot way back in April 2014, we’ve been eagerly devouring any scrap of information we can get about the movie remake. RELATED: All the movie remakes we can’t wait to see The film will apparently draw inspiration from the original movie, including songs from the 1991 film and the Broadway musical.Alan Menken, who won two Oscars for the 1991 animated version, will score the film, which will feature new recordings of the original songs in addition to several new songs written by Menken and Tim Rice. That movie ended up being Hollywood’s sixth-most-profitable film of the year thanks to a .4 million opening weekend in May and a big .7M bump from China.Mandeville Films’ David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman are producing. All told, it made a whopping 0.77M in net profit.