The ‘Beauty And The Beast’ Trailer Is Finally Here And It’s Just As Magical As We Hoped It Would Be

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Finally, the trailer for the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie  is here and from the minute it started we got chills.

Everyone knows the tale of Belle and the Beast, but this trailer — which first debuted on GMA — just makes the story come to life like never before.

So why is it so great? For starters we finally get to see Emma Watson as Belle in her iconic yellow gown and signature blue dress and white apron combo. Oh, and the Beast, played by Dan Stevens, is amazing and so realistic looking — if you can imagine what a beast would look like if he was part human.

Okay, so enough about the characters, here’s what you have to look forward to as you watch, and re-watch, the teaser for the new Disney film. The trailer opens with the snow-covered castle in the dark of night, which is when you’ll instantly be hooked — trust us.

Then you see Belle’s father clipping roses in the garden, which is beautiful, but clearly not a good idea, because he is knocked out by the Beast and taken as prisoner. Belle, then comes to find her father, and the Beast asks her if she wants to take his place.

As you know, Belle does take his place, which is sad, but also so sweet. Throughout the rest of the trailer we see Belle meet all of our other childhood favorites including, Lumiere, Cogsworth, and Mrs. Potts.

 

 

Each character is so life-like and fabulous and we can’t wait to hear them sing!

The teaser also shows Gaston gaining support in town to take down the Beast once and for all as Belle is growing closer to him and falling in love. It’s a tale as old as time after all and it definitely pulls at your heart strings.

The best part, however, is when Belle first sees the library, which is grand and gorgeous and pure magic. Plus, there is a glimpse at her dancing with the Beast in her yellow dress, which you have to love. Basically, the whole trailer is magical from start to finish, but did you really expect anything less?

PS: It ends with the famous red rose, losing another petal as it floats in the magical jar, which is haunting and perfect at the same time.

Beauty and the Beast hits theaters on March 17, 2017 and we can’t wait to be their guests!

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