EMMA Watson and Dan Stevens are bringing Belle and Beast to life in the 2017 live action Disney movie.
Harry Potter star Emma Watson announced her casting as the Disney princess back in January 2015, taking to her Facebook page to break the news to fans.
The UN Ambassador wrote: "I'm finally able to tell you … that I will be playing Belle in Disney's new live-action Beauty and the Beast!
"My six year old self is on the ceiling — heart bursting... I can't wait for you to see it."
Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens will feature alongside the brunette beauty in the remake of the 1991 playing the transformed pampered prince, the Beast.
And finally fans of the originally 1991 Disney movie have caught a glimpse of what the remake will look like, as the full trailer was released on Youtube yesterday, November 14, 2016.
Within 24 hours, the trailer has already hit 7.3 million views.
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The Disney Beauty And The Beast remake will be out in 2017 and we can't wait! From Emma Watson and Ewan McGregor, we're taking a look at who's playing who in the new flick
Here's everything you need to know about the highly-anticapted movie.
We've all witnessed Emma Watson's acting talents, and now fans are keen to hear the star sing in the upcoming musical.
Well a snippet of Emma Watson's singing voice has now become available.
Ahead of the released, movie merchandise was realosed in the run up to Christmas.
In a Toys R’ Us store, a Belle doll featured a 14 second clip of Emma singing one of the movie’s tune, which a shopper recorded.
Later, the movie's official Twitter account released this clip of Emma so fans could really get a feel for Emma's sound.
After being promised as Spring 2017 release, the live action remake of Beauty and the Beast will be release on March 17, 2017.
Which means this it the first time we've had our Friday night plans sorted so far in advance.
As well as Emma Watson, 26, and Dan Stevens, 34, there are plenty of familiar faces in the live action movie.
Luke Evans — The Girl on the Train, Fast & Furious, The Great Train Robbery — plays hunky village villain Gaston.
Ewan McGregor plays Belles father Maurice in the live action movie, too.
Speaking about the 2017 remake in a teaser trailer, director Bill Condon — Twilight Breaking Dawn parts 1 and 2, The Others, Dreamgirls — said: "Technology has caught up to the idea that were introduced in that movie.”
Meaning movie makers can finally bring the teapot, tea cup, clock, candlestick and more.
But who will voice magical palace objects?
Emma Thompson will voice Mrs Potts, with Ewan Mcgregor as Lumière and Ian McKellen as Cogsworth.
Who could forget the classic songs from the 1991 movie such a Tale As Old As Time and Be Our Guest?
Hence why Disney fanatics are eager to find out if the 2017 remake will be a musical.
In a fan event in New York, songwriter Alan Mencken confirm the 2017 movie will use tracks from the 1991 cartoon.
It won’t, however, include any tracks from the stage production of the tale.
Alan also revealed there will be new track from Emma and Dan to conquer, too.
He has written three more songs for the film, Forever More, Days in the Sun and another mystery track.
We can't wait to hear the duo sing!
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