Broadsheet Trailer Park: Beauty and the Beast Teaser



What you may need to know:

1. Disney adapt the classic fairytale.. Again.

2. With Mudblood Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens  as the beast. Or “aesthetically challenged individual” if you prefer. We’re not labelist here.

3. Angela Lansbury has retired to Cabot Cove – murder capital of the Northeast.

4. More remakes from Disney. In addition to Tim Burton’s Dumbo, the studio is also developing live-action remakes of Winnie the Pooh, The Sword in the Stone, and yet another version of Peter Pan. Oy.

5. Disney does have the original animated feature, Moana, coming in November. Expect the remake around 2023.

6. Broadsheet prognosis: Call of Beauty 2.

Release Date:
March 17, 2017.

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8 thoughts on “Broadsheet Trailer Park: Beauty and the Beast Teaser

  1. Harry Molloy

    Heard they originally had Guillermo del Toro for this, he would have been fantastic!

    I’ll still bring the girlfriends though.

  2. Murtles

    Why don’t people write fairy tales anymore? Disneys rehash of a rehash again. Frozen was probably about the last sort of original movie from Disney. Tis no Princess Bride though (inconceiveable).

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Try Robin McKinley for some excellent fairy tales. Some are retellings, some are original, but generally they’re all fantastic. I’d recommend Deerskin as a brilliant and extremely dark read.

  3. Waddy Dilson

    March 2017??
    The missus won’t be happy with that wait. At least the baba will be old enough to go

  4. Kieran NYC

    “live-action remakes of Winnie the Pooh”

    I can kinda get the rest, but WHY?! Especially since the 2011 traditionally animated movie was so good (and successful)?!

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