A clip from the movie was recently revealed much to the public's delight.
The clip was debuted on Tuesday morning (February 14) during Luke's appearance on Good Morning America in New York City. Adorned with lovely murals depicting favorite scenes from Disney's animated feature, "Beauty and the Beast", and draped with inviting curtains, each room of Red Rose Taverne tells a different chapter of the tale as old as time. Even his appearance mirrors that of his animated counterpart.
Disney Cruise Line said the show will be a musical "inspired by Disney's live-action adaptation of the animated classic". It turns out that those unused material "are actually gems".
"I didn't know they were going to make Beauty And The Beast at the time I turned down Cinderella", Emma explained to Total Film magazine. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Condon said "It was this great opportunity to tell it in a live action, fully photo-real version, and distinguish Belle again 25 years later as a 21st century heroine".
However, the makers have thus given significance to the songs, whether it is the opening number "Belle", the duet "Something There", the "Beauty and the Beast" or the showstopper "Be Our Guest". The film also features Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, Ewan McGregor as Lumiere, Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts and Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Plumette. So if you're walking around town, humming, "There must be more than this provincial life!" perhaps it's time to book a ticket to Anaheim, CA, and find out. Sound off in the comments section below!