's animated adaptation of Beauty and the Beast
hit the big screen in 1991. That year, it won the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) and was the first animated film ever to do so. With a budget of $25 million, Beauty and the Beast
grossed $425 million at the box office, and the film was a major success.
In 2017, Disney remade the classic tale with a fresh live-action version starring Emma Watson
as Belle. The live-action film saw a variety of changes from the original. One of the major ways that the 2017 film deviated from the 1991 version, was the character of LeFou.
Brawny, arrogant, insufferable Gaston's bumbling, naive sidekick was voiced by Jesse Corti
in the 1991 movie. In the live-action version, Disney cast Josh Gad
for the role. Disney made several changes to LeFou when they remade Beauty and the Beast
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