IN PHOTOS: 18 gorgeous new moments from the ‘Beauty and the Beast’ trailer

Rappler.com
A better look at the Beast, scenes in the snow, Gaston and the villagers, the iconic ballroom dance, and more!

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

MANILA, Philippines – Disney has just released the newest trailer for their live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast and it’s chock-full of gorgeous scenes of the castle and its inhabitants. (WATCH: New ‘Beauty and the Beast’ trailer unveils a ton of new footage)

This trailer, a full 30 seconds longer than the first one released, showed off a lot more of the movie, including some scenes we’ve only seen pictures of. (IN PHOTOS: Enchanting first images for ‘Beauty and the Beast’ revealed)

 

Among them, Gaston and the villages, Belle’s father, Belle in her iconic yellow gown dancing with the Beast, and many more!

Check out the new scenes and be swept away into Belle and the Beast’s world below!

So far, here’s what we’ve found that we haven’t seen yet – though we are certain there are a few more Easter eggs or tidbits eagle-eyed viewers may have spotted! 

The castle 

Many frames recall the enchanted (and enchanting) castle from the 1991 animated film. The live action version is as mysterious and forbidding as ever:

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

A closer look at Kevin Kline’s Maurice 

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

We get a look at how he ended up in the Beast’s castle at the first place, and it looks like the Beast didn’t like Maurice poking around near the flowers. 

We also see him encouraging Belle to leave (“The castle is alive!”) and later, giving her strength as he tells her not to be afraid. 

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

2. Cogsworth, Lumiere, Mrs Potts, Chip – and even Plumette! 

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

The objects don’t look the same as their animated counterparts, and Lumiere especially has a different look – the candlestick body looks more humanoid. Still, we get to hear as well as see these beloved characters.

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

Mrs Potts even counsels Belle in one scene, telling her that the Master isn’t as bad as he seems. 

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

3. The Beast 

Kind, raging, gentle, sad – we get all versions of the Beast in this action-packed trailer. There’s that tension-filled “Come into the light scene.”

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers

There’s one of him near the magical rose and the iconic mirror. He asks, “show me the girl.”

Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
He steps in to defend Belle from vicious wolves. 
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
We think that Belle is being presented with her library in this scene. Check out her stunned expression:
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
We hear his voice saying,”Think of the one thing you’ve always wanted…find it in your mind’s eye and feel it in your heart.”
 
4. Gaston
 
As delightfully brawny as ever, there’s a more sinister edge to Luke Evans’ Gaston, who rallied the mob to kill the beast. 
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
He cuts a striking figure as Belle’s scorned suitor. 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
“My what a guy, that Gaston!”
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
5. We do get a closer look at Belle’s many costumes throughout the film, which change from scene to iconic scene. 
 
Winter fun with the Beast: 
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
We aren’t sure which part of the movie this scene is in, but as we viewed the sprawling landscape, there is a similar feel to the more introspective reprise of “Belle,” the opening number – particulary as she sings, “I want adventure in the great wide somewhere!” 
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
6. That ballroom scene is more dazzling than ever 
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
7. The confrontation…is INTENSE. 
 
Screengrab from YouTube/Disney Movie Trailers
 
We see some skidding along the castle, the mob’s torches aglow as they make for the castle to kill the beast. 
 
What was your favorite scene from the trailer? Are you happy with how the characters have been adapted for the live action version? Get ready for Beauty and the Beast to hit screens March 2017. – Rappler.com