‘Beauty And The Beast’ Made All The Money
‘Beauty And The Beast’ Made All The Money

 

Beauty And The Beast made a lot of money this weekend. How much? Pretty much all of it.

With Disney’s promotional machinery running full tilt and the masses apparently caring little about the inclusion of a gay character, “Beauty and the Beast” arrived to an astounding $170 million in ticket sales at North American theaters over the weekend. That total broke multiple Hollywood records, including one set last year by “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” for the biggest March opening. And talk about princess power: “Beauty and the Beast,” an old-fashioned musical that mixes live-action scenes with fully digital characters, collected an additional $180 million overseas, placing the movie on a path toward $1 billion in worldwide ticket sales by the end of its run, analysts said. The film cost roughly $300 million to make and market.

Strictly speaking of movies, Disney owns Marvel, Star Wars, and is now gonna turn all their animated films into live-action adaptations. It’s only a matter of time before we’ll all be able to go to Disney World for free, because Disney World will be the actual world and we’ll all be characters. Disney is running shit. Disney is your master now.



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Here’s The Music Video For ‘Beauty And The Beast’ With John Legend And Ariana Grande
Here’s The Music Video For ‘Beauty And The Beast’ With John Legend And Ariana Grande

 

A theater in Alabama is refusing to play Beauty And The Beast because it has a gay character, not because Emma Watson is fucking a werwolf, and feminists hate Emma Watson now because she showed her boobs in Vanity Fair. Here’s Chrissy Teigen summing up my thoughts on all that.

 

Chrissy Teigen

 

You’re free to discuss all these on your Facebook wall by reciting an opinion you’ve absorbed as your own, but here’s the video for John Legend and Ariana Grande’s version of Beauty And The Beast. I like it. Ariana Grande is hot and can sing, and John Legend always dresses better than you and can sing and play piano. The CGI is kinda wack, but it is what it is. Relive your childhood below:

 

 

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The Intro To ‘Belle’ From ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Is Here For You
The Intro To ‘Belle’ From ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Is Here For You

 

As you already know, Disney’s best movie about Stockholm Syndrome, Beauty and the Beast, got a live action remake and Emma Watson stars as Belle and a computer stars as the Beast. They just put out a teaser of Emma Watson singing “Belle”, one of the songs from the movie where Belle walks through the town she hates while the townsfolk give her free food and talk shit and the horses are freaks for apples.

 

 

Nice singing, Emma Watson with your fine ass.

 

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Listen To John Legend And Ariana Grande Do The New ‘Beauty And The Beast’
Listen To John Legend And Ariana Grande Do The New ‘Beauty And The Beast’

 

John Legend and Ariana Grande covered the theme song for the new live(?)-action Beauty And The Beast, and here’s what it sounds like. Comparing anybody to Celine Dion isn’t really fair to anybody or Celine Dion, but I appreciate the fact that Ariana Grande can’t help but sound like she’s DTF the beast at any time. And when John Legend starts singing you can’t help but want to go make a sign march for freedom. Combine those two and I feel it truly encapsulates the plot of the movie if it was gendered swapped.

 

 

I’ve included the 1992 original if you wanted to leave a comment saying this “ruined your childhood” when we all know it was your father’s alcoholism.

 

 

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It’s The ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Trailer
It’s The ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Trailer


Disney’s teaser trailer for their live-action Beauty and the Beast dropped last night, and luckily it’s not called Beauty and the Beast Live!.  We need to stop making those. The teaser doesn’t show much (it does show your heart the music from the animated one), but Emma Watson‘s eyebrows look better than the movies she’s been making recently. I’ll be optimistic since she’s had a lot of success with movies that have “and the” in the title,  and the fact that Disney rarely fucks something up. So this might be good. Or it it might be bad. But Disney will make enough toys and straight-to-DVD sequels that the shareholders will consider “bad”  a relative term. Do your part, America/China. 



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