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  • The gorgeous final trailer for Disney's live-action Beauty And The Beast has arrived!

  • Yippee ki-yay movie lovers, it's Jan here, and in this video, I'm going to take a look

  • at some cool easter eggs and things you might have missed in it!

  • If you spotted anything else, be my guest and do let me know in the comments below.

  • Near the start of the trailer, we see Belle teaching a young girl to read and pointing

  • to a page with a Blue Bird on it.

  • The page says "The Blue Bird that flies over the dark wood" which is a nod to the blue-birds

  • that fly over the wood at the very start of the animated movie, and also to the blue-coloured

  • bird that appears during the song "Something There".

  • When we hear that song in the original film, Belle is trying to bring out the Beast's gentler

  • side by encouraging him to feed the birds in his garden.

  • At first, they're all scared away with the exception of a little blue bird who jumps

  • into his hand.

  • By the way, if you look closely at what Belle's wearing as she teaches the young girl in the

  • trailer, you'll notice that her cardigan also has blue birds embroidered into the pattern.

  • And just after this scene, we also see Belle walking down the village street, reading a

  • book, just like the original 1991 animation.

  • And no one adds humour to this trailer quite like Gaston when we hear the words "you are

  • the most gorgeous thing I've ever seen" and then we see that Gaston is actually talking

  • to himself, admiring himself in a mirror.

  • It's a clever and funny riff on Gaston's opening song in the original animation where he sings

  • "there is only she, who is beautiful as me" while admiring his reflection in a silver

  • tray.

  • Later in the trailer, we also see a few more shots of Gaston.

  • In the first, he's standing beneath an inscription that reads "Gaston The Hunter", a nod to the

  • portrait of him in the animated movie where he poses with a gun.

  • However, in this remake, it looks like Gaston's weapon of choice may have been changed to

  • a sword rather than a gun, as this picture of him here shows him posing with a sword

  • and the words "Gaston the Victory".

  • There's also a slightly different set-up for Belle's father, Maurice, in this new movie

  • when we see him taken prisoner by Beast for picking a white rose.

  • In the 1991 movie, he was captured after stumbling into Beast's castle looking for a place to

  • take shelter.

  • This use of the white rose in Disney's live-action movie looks like it was inspired by the 1946

  • French film La Belle et late by Jean Cocteau where Belle's father is caught by the Beast

  • when he takes a rose from Beast's garden.

  • And when we see the Beast's horned shadow appear over Maurice in the grounds, it's a

  • callback to the same thing happening to Maurice as he sits in a chair in the Beast's castle

  • in the animated feature.

  • In the trailer, it looks like Belle hits Lumiere over the head with a small wooden stool after

  • she's shocked to see a talking candlestick.

  • Which reminds me of the scene where Maurice drops Lumiere after being similarly scared

  • in the 1991 film.

  • This trailer also shows us a bit more of Chip and we get to see him do his bubbles trick

  • again just like he did when Belle first took a cup of tea in Disney's animated movie.

  • Just like the original, we see Belle flee Beast's castle after he flies into a rage

  • and as she's escaping through the woods, she's also attacked by a pack of wolves.

  • After Beast comes to her aid and gets injured, Belle goes to help him and says "You have

  • to help me, you have to stand."

  • This is a subtle nod and acknowledgement of the fact that the 1991 movie skips over how

  • Belle managed to lift the unconscious and enormously heavy Beast on to her horse.

  • The second part of the trailer introduces the new version of the original Oscar and

  • Grammy award-winning "Beauty And The Beast" song, which begins with the line "tale as

  • old as time", and is performed by Ariana Grande and John Legend.

  • If you're wondering why it's a duet when it's just Mrs Potts who sings it in the original

  • movie, well this is the pop version which will play over the end credits in the final

  • film, just like Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson recorded a pop duet of the song back in 1991.

  • And as Emma Thompson plays Mrs Potts in the new movie, we'll (presumably) hear her sing

  • a more traditional version of the song during the film.

  • When Beast shows Belle his library, he mentions that some of the books are even in Greek.

  • This is likely a reference to the origins of the Beauty And The Beast story in the French

  • 18th-century fairy tale "La Belle et late" which itself was influenced by the Greek myth

  • Cupid And Psyche.

  • Later in the trailer, we also see Belle's hand on a map of the world, a nice hint at

  • how she wants 'much more than this provincial life' as she sings in the 1991 film.

  • And it's also a little shout-out to the globe we see in the Beast's library and in the bookshop

  • that Belle loves to visit in that film too

  • And there are more nostalgic callbacks to the original 1991 animation as the "Tale as

  • old as time" plays over the trailer.

  • For example, Belle and Beast pick up their bowls to eat, there are some fantastic shots

  • of what we'll see during the new Be Our Guest song, and Gaston and Le Fou sing and dance

  • in what looks like will be a spectacular scene in the tavern.

  • Also while it's a more or less a recreation of the same scene from Disney's original movie

  • where Belle sings her song, there's also a "Hills Are Alive With The Sound of Music"

  • vibe to the circle shot of Belle standing on a grassy hilltop overlooking a sweeping

  • vista.

  • And there's a very nostalgic moment when Belle curtseys to Beast just before they dance in

  • the ballroom.

  • You'll want to look carefully during this scene, as we get our first glimpse of Cadenza

  • who's moving gently in the background.

  • Cadenza is a grand piano and a new character created for the live-action adaptation.

  • He's played by Stanley Tucci and is described as a "neurotic maestro".

  • A grand piano did appear in the ballroom scene in the first animation, however it wasn't

  • a live character.

  • We also get some shots of what looks like a ball going on in the castle.

  • This could be showing us some of Beast's backstory before he was cursed.

  • We know that Prince Adam's mother and father, the King and Queen, have been cast in this

  • movie so we could get to see some of what life was like in the castle before the spell.

  • So, what did you think of the final trailer for the new Beauty And The Beast movie?

  • And how do you think it's going to compare to Disney's 1991 animation?

  • I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

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  • Thanks for watching and see ya next time.

  • Yippee ki-yay movie lovers!

The gorgeous final trailer for Disney's live-action Beauty And The Beast has arrived!

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