Gareth Evans, the British filmmaker who brought us the genre-defining action epics The Raid and The Raid 2, has turned his hand to horror for his next picture Apostle.
While the storyline is fictional, the movie is loosely based on the so-called "astronaut love triangle" in 2007.
Dan Stevens is teaming up with Harrison Ford in 20th Century Fox’s “Call of the Wild.” It’s unclear what role he will play in the adventure film, but it is said to be a significant one. Ford is playing John Thornton, a prospector searching for gold in the unforgiving Yukon. The film is a big-budget adaptation […]
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How anyone could keep a straight face on the set of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is truly beyond us. Footage has emerged online of what Emma Watson had to act opposite in every scene she shared with former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens.
Graphic designer and poster artist Matt Ferguson has built a reputation of creating stunning alternative movie posters over the last few years so we’re delighted to be able two share two of his latest creations for Disney’s live action ‘Beauty and the Beast’, and they’re absolutely beautiful.
It’s not long until audiences get to see the anticipated animation-to-live-action adaptation of Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’; with the critics releasing their verdicts on the film.
Here’s our first look at the entire ‘Beauty and the Beast’ cast.It’s Disney’s latest live-action adaptation – ‘Beauty and the Beast’ sees Emma Watson and Dan Stevens transformed into two of the most iconic animated characters of all time. It’s a tale as old as time… and Belle and The Beast have already graced our screens in the recent trailers. But what about the rest of the cast?It looks as though we finally get a good look at everyone else.And let’s face it – they look absolutely awesome.Emma Watson stars as Belle alongside Dan Stevens as The Beast. They’re joined by Emma Thompson, Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellan, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, and Stanley Tucci.Bill Condon directed the film based on a screenplay by Stephen Chbosky and Evan Spiliotopoulos.‘Beauty and the Beast’ heads to cinemas on 17 March 2017.
‘Beauty and the Beast’ is swiftly becoming one of Disney’s most highly-anticipated live action remakes… and with 127.6 million views on the day of its release, the first official trailer has smashed through the record for Most Views in 24 hours. Quite a feat, considering it was up against ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’. The magical new trailer, which was released earlier this week, gives us another glimpse at Emma Watson as Belle, with our first proper look at Dan Stevens’ motion capture take on the iconic Beast.
Disney has released a spellbinding new trailer for the upcoming live action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. The trailer offers the first proper look at Stevens’ motion-captured take on Beast, as well as the talking cutlery of his castle and Luke Evans’ despicable Gaston. This latest look at director Bill Condon’s film sets up the basic story as Belle (Watson) seeks to rescue her father (Kevin Kline) from Beast’s castle, and ends up a prisoner herself.
Disney have released the new poster for their upcoming remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ - and, in common with most of what we’ve seen from the film thus far, it looks very much in the same spirit as the original film.
Disney’s forthcoming live-action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is one of 2017’s most anticipated films, and one of the most likely to succeed. It’s far from a simple shot-for-shot remake though, the team behind it includes the Disney’s classic’s original, Oscar-winning songwriter Alan Menken, and he’s brought brand new songs. Three of these songs have been revealed by Entertainment Weekly, who also spoke to Menken about the tracks that will sit alongside classics such as 'Be My Guest’ and 'Gaston’.
Entertainment Weekly has released the first look images from Disney’s highly anticipated live action remake of ‘Beauty and the Beast’. Starring Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as the Beast, and Luke Evans and Gaston, the first images appear in the latest issue of EW that hits newsstands this week.
Legendary Disney composer Alan Menken seems hugely pleased with how the upcoming live-action remake from director Bill Condon is shaping up. Of Emma Watson, Menken declares, “She’s really good! I can’t picture anyone else, honestly. The ensemble is filled out by Kevin Kline as Belle’s father, Josh Gad as Le Fou, Emma Thompson as Mrs Potts, Ian McKellen as Cogsworth and Ewan McGregor as Lumiere.
Readers may recall that the initial trailer for the film released earlier this year was a teaser in the truest sense of the word, showing us only brief glimpses around the Beast’s enchanted mansion, a few lines of dialogue, and a partial reveal of Emma Watson’s face as Belle, behind the pivotal rose. Secondly, we have what appears to be a re-enactment of the famed ‘Gaston’ inn scene – and we would assume the big-looking fellow in red with his back to the camera is Luke Evans as Gaston himself, possibly with Josh Gad as Le Fou in front of him. ‘Beauty and the Beast’ will also feature Emma Thompson as Mrs Potts, Kevin Kline as Belle’s father, and Dan Stevens as the Beast.
A stunning new ‘Beauty and the Beast’ poster has arrived. It’s a tale as old as time… and now the critically-acclaimed animated classic is getting a live-action remake. ‘Beauty and the Beast’ stars Emma Watson as Belle, with Dan Stevens as the Beast. Although it’s our first official poster for ‘Beauty and the Beast’, this one-sheet teaser gives a huge nod to the original.