Disney’s juggernaut Beauty and The Beast is coming home to Blu-ray next week – June 6th. Of course there are a million exclusive editions! Steelbook version at Best Buy that’s $29 (are you kidding me?), a Target exclusive that includes a 32 page book and blah, blah. Come on Disney, stop screwing people. If I can’t get a full proper packaged version from ANY store, without feeling like I’m missing out on something, then screw them, I’ll just get the digital version and call it a day. I’m not jumping through hoops for this. I’m sure I probably won’t get my customary free copy after they read this. But honestly, Disney, you know I love you, but stop pulling this stupid crap.
Disney’s latest attempt at translating one of its classic animated films to live-action is a beauty, if a bit flawed.
For the live-action take, the script was tweaked to allow Belle to be even more independent (and less of a Stockholm Syndrome sufferer) and a late tweak include a couple of blink-and-you’ll-miss-it gay moments. Neither of these tweaks is a flaw.
The trailer for Walt Disney Studio’s Beauty and the Beast is the most detailed we’ve seen, so far.
We learn a bit more about its unique heroine, the Beast and his staff and see a bit more of the preening Gason. More importantly, we get a glimpse of how special the relationship is between Belle and her father.
The trailer suggests that Beauty and the Beast will be another soon-to-be classic example of pure Disney magic. Check it out after the break.
Happy Thanksgiving! On this week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the hosts share their thoughts on the trailers for Beauty and the Beast, and Kong: Skull Island, as well discuss the possibility of Wedding Crashers 2, a Green Hornet remake, and Steve Carell in Minecraft. Fox and Chris then close things out with a spoiler-free review of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
You all know the story. Most of you loved the Disney animated film.
Now Disney has released the atmospheric teaser trailer for the live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast – directed by Oscar®-winner Bill Condon and starring Emma Watson as Belle. Once again, it looks like they got it right.
Check it out after the jump. Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast will be in theaters on May 17th, 2017.
This week’s episode of GeekScholars Movie News has a lot of interesting headlines to discuss. To begin the show, the hosts play a round of ‘Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down’ where they weigh in on a variety of recent topics, including:
The newly announced director of Spider-Man
Casting for the live-action Beauty and the Beast adaptation