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The remake, slated for release next month, sees the former Harry Potter star as one of the most recognisable characters in film history.

From the opening greetings of “Bonjour!” to the interactions with townspeople, there’s plenty for fans of the 1990s animation to find familiar.

Beauty and the Beast has not been without its critics, and last week Watson responded to the insinuation that it glorifies an abusive relationship ; with Belle showing signs of Stockholm Syndrome.

D isney remaking its animated back catalogue as live-action features couldn’t exactly be called a tale as old as time, but it’s certainly a prerogative going into overdrive right now, thanks to the combined box-office bonanza of Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella and The Jungle Book.

As teasers go, the one for next year’s Beauty and the Beast that just dropped is high on reassurances and low on rocking the boat. Fans need never fear: there will  be a talking tea-pot, though we’ve yet to hear Emma Thompson’s singing voice in the role made famous by Angela Lansbury, or indeed anyone’s.

“I had this a bit with Twilight,” says the remake’s director, Bill Condon, about the level of expectation weighing on his shoulders. “When the property is this well known, there’s an extra responsibility in trying to get it right. As long as you come at it with a certain affection, you just have to hope that your decisions make sense to everyone else.”

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The remake, slated for release next month, sees the former Harry Potter star as one of the most recognisable characters in film history.

From the opening greetings of “Bonjour!” to the interactions with townspeople, there’s plenty for fans of the 1990s animation to find familiar.

Beauty and the Beast has not been without its critics, and last week Watson responded to the insinuation that it glorifies an abusive relationship ; with Belle showing signs of Stockholm Syndrome.

The remake, slated for release next month, sees the former Harry Potter star as one of the most recognisable characters in film history.

From the opening greetings of “Bonjour!” to the interactions with townspeople, there’s plenty for fans of the 1990s animation to find familiar.

Beauty and the Beast has not been without its critics, and last week Watson responded to the insinuation that it glorifies an abusive relationship ; with Belle showing signs of Stockholm Syndrome.

D isney remaking its animated back catalogue as live-action features couldn’t exactly be called a tale as old as time, but it’s certainly a prerogative going into overdrive right now, thanks to the combined box-office bonanza of Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella and The Jungle Book.

As teasers go, the one for next year’s Beauty and the Beast that just dropped is high on reassurances and low on rocking the boat. Fans need never fear: there will  be a talking tea-pot, though we’ve yet to hear Emma Thompson’s singing voice in the role made famous by Angela Lansbury, or indeed anyone’s.

“I had this a bit with Twilight,” says the remake’s director, Bill Condon, about the level of expectation weighing on his shoulders. “When the property is this well known, there’s an extra responsibility in trying to get it right. As long as you come at it with a certain affection, you just have to hope that your decisions make sense to everyone else.”


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