We're just left with the thought that she never should have kissed that hairy bear creature.
Variety is reporting that Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games, Captain America) has joined the cast of the upcoming live action Beauty and the Beast. He joins stars Emma Watson, Emma Thompson, and Kevin Kline as a brand new character, a "neurotic maestro" grand piano named Cadenza.
What do you think of the film's inclusion of a new character? Are you excited to see Stanley Tucci join the film?
Veteran actress Emma Thompson has reportedly signed on to play Mrs. Potts in the upcoming live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. Kevin Kline has also been cast as Belle's bumbling father, Maurice. U.S. Marshal Artemus Gordon and the always lovely Professor Sybil Trelawney will be joining Luke Evans, Dan Stevens, and Emma Watson in the film, which has been set for a March 17, 2017 release.
After the $170 million opening weekend Maleficent had, it's no wonder Disney's adapting another one of your childhood favorites into live-action. Beauty and the Beast is to be directed by Bill Condon, best known for his work on, wait for it, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn parts one and two.
Sure there are more depressing movies, or movies that will quickly "de-sexify" the snugglefest on the couch, but this isn't about that. The following movies should be avoided due to the INSANELY UNREALISTIC LOVE SITUATIONS they depict and that your relationship will NEVER EVER LIVE UP TO. Not ever, sorry, you'll never be that smooth (both with your words and your body hair). And, due to the fact you're watching a movie on the couch together, I doubt you have to fight the world to prove your love.