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post #241 of 257
Was really surprised at Emma Watson's singing chops. **** was angelic. Would leave gf for her 10/10.
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Disney's Beauty and the Beast was only projected to make somewhere between $120-$140 millon for its domestic opening weekend, but now it is being reported that the Disney flick has made well above that range. Beauty and the Beast has made a whopping $170 million this weekend at the domestic box office. This beats the previous March record set by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ($166 million) last year. This also makes it the second highest grossing opening weekend featuring a female lead after Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Chances are that Beauty and the Beast will keep the highest grossing opening weekend of the year until Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The weekend breakdown for the Disney flick is...

Friday: $63.7 million
Saturday: $62.7 million
Sunday: $43.4 million

The Sataurday is so huge that it's the highest grossing Saturday ever just after Jurassic World ($69.6 million), Marvel's The Avengers ($69.5 million), and Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($68.2 million). Experts are saying that Beauty and the Beast could even have a much larger Sunday than what is being estimated, it could go as high as $50 million and this would make its opening weekend $177 million, which would beat Iron Man 3 ($174 million). Due to its great audience reception and just the way family blockbusters work, Beauty and the Beast is projected to reach a massive $500 million domestic overall.

Overseas, the Disney flick has made $180 million, and this is without it being opened in big markets like Australia and Japan. Unfortunately, the film was banned in Russia and Malaysia for its so-called "gay controversy." Nevertheless, Beauty and the Beast is expected to make around $650-750 million overseas, which would mean a worldwide total of $1.15-1.25 billion. Have you already watched this masterpiece? Sound off below!
post #243 of 257
Lol so I'm watching Beauty and the Beast tonight..

I was going to wait a week but the praise by ppl I've talked to was pretty high, so..
post #244 of 257
For those who saw Beauty and the Beast, how handsome is the Prince at the end? And does he smash Belle in beast form?
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The prince is the dude from Legion if you've seen that show.
post #246 of 257
I thought dude was okay looking, almost on the older side. But, you knew it couldn't be someone too good looking because it would overshadow Watson's Belle.
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post #247 of 257
Of the Disney live action remakes, Beauty and the Beast might just be the best one. I'd put it up there with Malifecent (if you would count Malifecent as a remake).

Disney's record with the live action remakes have been ok so far...

Cinderella was just ok.

I did not like the Jungle Book.

It looks to me like Disney is learning... I am really looking forward to the Aladdin and Mulan remakes now.
post #248 of 257
170...170 million opening weekend. Dear God in heaven sick.gif
post #249 of 257
Kids and families man we need something to watch together
post #250 of 257
Wow at those numbers. Their movies are dope. I like them.
Malifecent
Jungle book
Cinderella

Have all been dope
post #251 of 257
Mulan remake isn't going to be a musical adaptation

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo
post #252 of 257
The Lion King Live action.....I'm guessing it will look visually similar to Jungle Book?
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post #253 of 257

i hope its like babe with actual animals and they make the mouth move not cgi :x 

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Mulan remake isn't going to be a musical adaptation

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo

I think Mulan is the only classic Disney animated film I haven't seen.
post #255 of 257
they gonna have to change that and put the music back into Mulan.
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saw Beauty and the Beast last night, Thought it was great, wasn't really feeling Emma as Belle but everyone else shined and I was banking on that anyways, few nitpicking things I didn't like but solid movie for sure

Man based off the trailer alone I thought Watson was a perfect cast laugh.gif she just has the Belle look from what I remember of the og movie.

I actually thought the opposite. I don't think she has the belle look at all but if she was the best fit for the role then it's all good.
post #257 of 257
Haven't seen the animated Beauty & Beast since I was in elementary school. Seen the live action yesterday it was good. I still vaguely remember the songs and it was cool how Disney made the musical parts into live action especially the dinner part with the candle dude singing lol..

Out of that era of Disney movies Aladdin was probably my favorite as a kid so looking forward to how they will do that the most.
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