Beauty and the Beast

Get Your First Look at the Human Versions of the Castle Staff from ‘Beauty and the Beast’
Get Your First Look at the Human Versions of the Castle Staff from ‘Beauty and the Beast’
Everyone knows how Beauty and the Beast starts off — a haughty prince refuses to give shelter to an old lady who turns out to be a fairy, who then curses him and his whole castle, turning him into a monster and his staff into inanimate objects. Well, the inanimate objects are still pretty animate, able to talk and dance and sing at poor Belle, who should be checking her food for hallucinogens rather than singing along, but who cares, this is a Disney movie. For those of you dying to see the rest of the castle’s inhabitants in their more flesh-and-blood forms, they’re human again in a new poster standee for the movie.
Disney’s Live-Action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Casts Luke Evans as Gaston
Disney’s Live-Action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Casts Luke Evans as Gaston
It’s an undisputed scientific fact that Beauty and the Beast’s Gaston is the greatest villain in the Disney animated canon. After all, we’re talking about a guy whose theme song is all about how many eggs he eats and how every last inch of him is covered in hair. Sorry Maleficent, you have nothing on this guy. So, the news that Luke Evans has been cast as Gaston in Disney’s upcoming live action take on Beauty and the Beast has us feeling awfully judgmental. Sure, Evans is a good actor, but is he Gaston good?
Watch This Little Girl’s Cute War of Words With Gaston at Disney World [VIDEOS]
Watch This Little Girl’s Cute War of Words With Gaston at Disney World [VIDEOS]
One of the most exciting things about Disney's Magic Kingdom is seeing the look on kids faces when they meet their favorite characters in person. Some kids get shy. Others get scared and cry. Not this young girl though. When she met Gaston from Beauty and the Beast for a picture and autograph, she had a few words for the villain.