"To see the audience laughing in all the right places, to see them applauding all the musical numbers that we shot in a bubble, with nobody clapping because they didn't want to ruin the take".
Emma, who became famous for playing the role of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film franchise, will be playing the role of Belle in Beauty and the Beast.
That said, I personally have my reservations, and not just because of my own nostalgia monocle (Belle is my princess).
Actress Emma Watson says singing lessons for her role as Belle in "Beauty and the Beast" have helped her general acting. The young actress also requests her fans to watch "Beauty And The Beast" in theatres upon its release on March 17. "I presume somebody somewhere thought it would drive a lot of traffic to their site", he remarks, "that's usually how these things start".
Director Bill Condon previously admitted "Beauty and the Beast" features a "nice gay moment", and also praised Josh for his "subtle" performance. And I had to be where I had to be, so scheduling-conflict-wise it didn't work out. But after finally agreeing, she said it's a "privilege" to be a part of the film again. If you're a Spotify listener who has the app open 24/7, now's the flawless time to tune into the new Beauty and the Beast soundtrack.
"But it was one of those situations where I had been committed to Beauty and the Beast at that point for.years".
After the whole situation was compared to a Horcrux (now she's living in another person!), Emma went onto talk about it being a relief to share the character with someone.
As for the movie's historic "first exclusively gay moment", Stevens will only be drawn on the matter "begrudgingly", according to the Daily Beast.
Beauty and the Beast will be released in US theaters on March 17, 2017.