For the second week in a row, the enchanting film is sitting pretty at the top, and has earned over $317 million domestically and $690.3 million globally — that’s a ton of money!
To celebrate, JJJ has teamed up with Hasbro to give ONE (1) lucky reader the prize pack of a lifetime.
We’re giving away an entire Beauty and the Beast Doll Collection — that includes the Grand Romance Duo of Beauty and Beast, the Enchanting Melodies Belle Doll (which has Emma Watson singing “Something There”), the Village Dress Belle Doll, Castle Friends Collection Small Doll Set, Enchanting Ball Gown Belle Doll, and the Enchanted Rose Scene Small Doll Set.
You can see all the product images below in our gallery and all you have to do to win is ENTER BELOW!
As with many Disney movies, the music in this live-action adaptation is as central a character as any of the leads. And the introduction of three new songs — “Days in the Sun,” “How Does a Moment Last Forever,” and “Evermore” — made the payoff that much more rewarding.
It certainly didn’t hurt that Emma and her co-star Dan Stevens gave goosebump-inducing performances.
Here is our official ranking (reprises not included):
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Beauty and the Beast is one of Disney’s best animated classics, and we won’t even tell you how many times we saw Emma Watson‘s live-action version this weekend.
We weren’t disappointed. Not only does the new film live up to the animated version’s magical, beautiful nature, but it far surpasses it, most notably in the character of Belle.
Belle has always been unusual for an old-school Disney princess: She loves to read, she’s brave, and she’s fiercely independent. Still, Emma‘s version is even better: she plays the character as stronger, quirkier, and with even more resolve.
Here are 8 ways Emma‘s Belle is superior to the original. Naturally, we save the best for last!
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While they don’t really like Prince Florian (Snow White), but do love Prince Eric (Ariel), it’s Prince Philip that leaves an impression.
The one I feel really badly for is the Sleeping Beauty prince [Prince Phillip], because he’s got to fight a dragon — a thorny forest,” Josh explains, before busting out into the “Once Upon A Dream” song that’s featured in Sleeping Beauty.
JJJ Fun Fact: Prince Philip was named after Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh — Queen Elizabeth II’s husband!
The details are all in Emma‘s hair. Make sure to look closely at the photos and you’ll see the gold pieces in the shape of birds in her hair!
In one of the magical moments of the movie that happens right before the “Beauty and the Beast” ballroom scene, Garderobe (Audra McDonald) uses her powers to make Belle the yellow gown. The look is completed when gold pieces float down from the ceiling and attach themselves to the dress and her hair.
Make sure to look for the moment when you see Beauty and the Beast in theaters!