This week, Beauty And The Beast.
Directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise
Based upon “Beauty and the Beast”, by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont
In the beginning, there was Snow White, which proved to be a turning point in the history of the company, and of animated motion pictures as a whole. Whilst casting the net for more traditional tales to retell, Disney considered Beauty and the Beast but despite returning to the project in the 1950s, the project was deemed to challenging and dropped again- although some, notably Peter M. Nichols of The New York Times, speculate that Disney
Now, don’t get me wrong: Beauty and the Beast has a lot of clearly standout aspects to it, but I don’t know that I
We got to chat with Don Hahn recently for the upcoming release of the blu ray so keep your eyes peeled on HeyUGuys for a two part interview which we’ll be posting in the coming months. But for now, we can give you some more information on what exactly is going to be on the blu ray special features. Here’s what we know:
The documentary on the disc is called Beyond Beauty: The Untold Stories Behind Making Beauty and the Beast and in total, there are 3 hrs and 42minutes of it, plus,
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