Briana Hansen
November 02, 2016 11:14 am
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We already knew Emma Watson would be perfect for the live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast. Every little tidbit we’ve been learning about the movie has made us even more excited to see the talented actress shine in the role.

So it’s no surprise to see that Emma Watson’s Belle stuns on this Entertainment Weekly cover.

You can almost hear the music of “Tale As Old As Time” from the way Belle’s iconic yellow dress flows behind her in this gorgeous picture.

The full Entertainment Weekly story includes more incredible pictures from the upcoming film that we seriously cannot get enough of.

Seeing Emma so perfectly and effortlessly embody the beloved Disney princess lights up our world like Lumière lights up a party.

Emma told EW that she was already a huge fan of the original film, so it’s only natural that she was able to become such a breathtaking Belle.

Even Lumière and Cogsworth got close ups in the article and they look delightful.

Clark Collis, the talented man behind the EW cover story, talked about how his fascinating experience behind-the-scenes on the set of the film.

Collis explained how Dan Stevens, who plays Beast, has to do two different performances to capture separately his face and body. Between the double performances and fact that a large majority of the cast is inanimate objects (who will come to life being voiced by incredibly talented actors in the actual film), it sounds like they have some crazy logistical challenges to overcome to make this film magic.

From the looks of these incredible pictures, this movie is shaping up to be everything we hoped for and more. March 2017 cannot come soon enough!

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