The two voice Smurf Lily and Smurfette in the upcoming Smurfs: The Lost Village, which will hit theaters in April.
“SmurfLily is smart and practical, but she’s full of creativity too,” Ariel dishes about her character, SmurfLily. “SmurfLily is who you call if you have a problem to solve.”
“She doesn’t take ‘no’ from anybody, especially Papa Smurf,” Demi shares about Smurfette. “She’s a strong, independent lady Smurf. Girl power!”
Demi adds, “I loved playing Smurfette. She’s kind and compassionate and really takes care of her fellow Smurfs. But she’s also really brave—she’s adventurous and when she wants something, she goes and gets it.”
Meghan Trainor is also pictured below with her character, Melody Smurf. Stay tuned to hear her song for the film, “I’m A Lady”, later tonight!
FYI: Ariel is also pictured below with BFF Jessie Bergg and heading back from the gym earlier this week.
One of the most iconic moments from the animated movie Beauty and the Beast is when the townspeople sing out “Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour, bonjour, bonjour!” in the first musical number and you can watch it come to life right now!
A clip of Emma Watson and the townspeople singing “Belle” in the live-action remake has been released ahead of the movie hitting theaters on March 17.
Emma is seen singing Belle’s line, “There goes the baker with his tray like always, the same old bread and rolls to sell. Ev’ry morning just the same, since the morning that we came, to this poor provincial town.”
Belle then shares a moment with the baker and you might notice that some of the dialogue between the two characters has been changed from the animated film. In the original film she says the book she just finished is about “a beanstalk and an ogre,” but in the live-action remake she says, “it’s about two lovers in fair Verona,” in reference to Romeo and Juliet.
Emma Watson knows exactly why Belle chose the Beast over Gaston, and we’re pretty sure anyone and everyone will agree with her on why.
The British actress stars in the upcoming Beauty and the Beast movie, out in theaters in less than a month on March 17th.
“I think she can see in Beast that there’s someone who has been fundamentally good who has been damaged and who just needs rehabilitating,” she shared in her interview with Entertainment Weekly. “He is just in need of love, whereas Gaston is someone who has had nothing but love and admiration and easiness, and because he’s never suffered, he doesn’t have any empathy.”
“He’s [Gaston] essentially a narcissist, and it’s very difficult to intervene in that. He’s about building himself up while pushing others down. With Beast, you can tell he’s being unkind because he’s unkind to himself.”
Check out all the pics, so far, from the live action Beauty and the Beast movie below!
We remember Sharpay Evans as many things — stuck up, privileged, and the girl who was so mean to Gabriella Montez that we grew to really hate her in the first High School Musical movie, and even more in the second.
But by the time HSM3 rolled around, we definitely loved her — and for all the best reasons.
She was smart, witty and always had the best comeback for anyone who was brave (i.e. stupid) enough to say anything stupid about her or her friends.
It was a no brainer just why she got her own movie – Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure — and a puzzle why no one saw the brilliance of the movie at all.
We mean, Ashley Tisdale rules as Sharpay and we’re bringing you 10 reasons why you need to give SFA, and Ashley another look.
How hilarious are these Zootopia-inspired movie posters?
Zootopia directors Rich Moore and Byron Howard designed them ahead of the 2017 Oscars next weekend, where the films are up for some of the night’s top awards.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was changed to Fantastic Cheetahs and Where to Find Them.
La La Land was renamed to La La Lamb, starring Ryan Foxling and Emu Stone, while the tagline became “Shear’s to the fools who dream.”
Florence Foster Jenkins became Fru Fru Foxter Jenkins, starring Meryl Squeak and Shrew Grant.
“Even a year after Zootopia was released, we still feel compelled to create for this world and these characters,” the directors told The Hollywood Reporter. “So in the spirit of this awards season, we decided to pay tribute to the best films of 2016.”
Check out the posters below! To see more, head to THR.
This part right here — with Becky G — is the actual best part about the newest Power Rangers TV spot that debuted today.
In the clip, Becky, as Trini aka the Yellow Power Ranger, calmly says to her family when asked where she was and what she was doing: “Me and four kids found a spaceship buried underground.”
“Pretty sure I’m a superhero,” she adds, like it’s the most normal thing in the world.
Power Rangers centers on five “ordinary” teens who must become something extraordinary when they learn that their small town of Angel Grove – and the world – is on the verge of being obliterated by an alien threat.
The actress opened up about agreeing to portray Belle in the mag’s Beauty and the Beast preview issue, on newsstands tomorrow (February 17)!
Here’s what she had to say:
On Belle’s superpower: “What’s so beautiful about this story as a whole is this idea that Belle is able to see past these extraneous, external, superficial qualities of Beast. She is able to see deeper, and that’s one of her special powers. It is her superpower: empathy.”
Also in the issue, Emma reveals what struggles she sees today for women and girls, as well as the movie that made her decide to not quit acting. EW also looks into how the Beauty and the Beast design team crafted the Beast’s ballroom.