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Fantastic ‘Beauty and the Beast’ B-Roll Footage Videos Go Behind the Camera of Disney’s Latest Live-Action Remake

Emma Watson for Beauty and the BeastThe one thing that I’m always interested in when it comes to Disney’s live-action remakes, and I’m sure most of you are as well, is how the hell they bring these magical properties to life. We know directors direct and actors act, but what about everything else, such as the music/singing and CGI characters? Luckily for us, Disney wants to give us fans an insight into how that process works. As happened with CinderellaThe Jungle Book, and now Beauty and the Beast, we have a handful of videos that give us a fantastic look into the behind-the-scenes process of filming such a story like Beauty and the Beast.

It’s obvious that the story and Belle and Beast is full of magical moments, as it looks like Disney’s best animated to live-action turn yet. And although the following videos don’t give us any look at the process of creating CGI characters of any other major visual effects, seeing the specific camera work of the scenes, how long takes are, and even the singing going on in the recording booth.

Check out the very informative and just flat-out interesting videos below and after doing so, let us know your thoughts in the comments! What did you think of the bts look? Are you an original fan of Beauty and the Beast? Are you happy to see it being made into live-action? How does it look to you? Bill Condon’s Beauty and the Beast is released on March 17th, 2017 and stars Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Ian McKellan, Ewan McGregor, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, Kevin Kline, Stanley Tucci, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Emma Thompson.

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