I would love to see this film! Hugs, Valerie
Not sure this is my cup of tea!
We'll see it for you, so you don't have to:)
Not long to wait now. Let us know what you think.
I'm interested in seeing this, too. I like how they've added touches from the original fairytale, such as the father taking a rose without permission...
I do too, Heather. I wish they'd left out the anima, but everything else completely intrigues me. It would have been perfect for a Christmas release. sigh.
That one perked my interest. More so than their animated one did.
The animated version didn't speak to me at all.
I so want to see it! Thanks for sharing the trailer.
I called my youngest the first time I saw it advertised.
Good for you, Steve:)
I want to see it. I've always loved that story.
Me too, Diane:)
Will probably turn out good.
I hope so:)
Like you, I can't wait! I've never seen a version of this fairy tale that I didn't love.
I always wanted to see the George C. Scott version.
I'll probably pass. I really liked the television series with Ron Perlman as the Beast.
Oh yeah! It took me a minute. I liked that a lot too, CJ.
It does look good.
It sure does, Donna.
Oh this looks sooooo good. Amazing that we know the story, we know the ending and yet this makes us feel fearful for her and the Beast
We'll have to keep telling ourselves that when we're watching the movie:)
I cannot wait. Period!
Well said, Jeanie:)
I think the kids will like this one.
This kid sure will:)
The girls are going to be crushing hard when they get a real look at Dan Stevens which most never heard of. I'm still a little pissed he left Downton Abbey
I haven't heard of him. But I'm now anxious to see him:)
First time I've seen the preview, I will enjoy seeing the film as will the grandchildren, well the two older ones as others too little.
How many grands do you have, M-w?
As the sayinging gies,"If it's worth watching it's worth waiting for". HOPE YOU ENJOY.Yvonne.
Yes, I'm one of the waiters:) Ha.
This looks wonderful! I want to see it! Big Hugs Sandra!