Although the first teaser trailer for Disney’s no frills adaptation of Beauty and the Beast was completely enchanting, it did not have the one thing that made the vivified exemplary so immortal: Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s music. Of course, Emma Watson and Dan Stevens look like Belle and Beast, yet do they sound the part?
Because of the enchantment of online networking and a Hasbro doll from Toys “R” Us, we can now hear a bit of something there that wasn’t there before: Watson’s chah-ming performing voice. A short sound clasp of the performing artist singing “Something There” spilled on the web on Thursday (December 29) after a Hasbro toy pegged to the March 2017 arrival of the film hit retires early.
It was later affirmed by the film’s maker, Jack Morrissey, who reposted the grainy sound clasp of the British on-screen character singing the Menken and Ashman exemplary. “True that he’s no prince charming,” Watson sings, “But there’s something in him that I simply didn’t see.”
With such huge shoes to fill from Paige O’Hara — who voiced Belle in the first Disney film — it’s great to realize that Watson seems more than prepared to venture up to the test. (Her shrewdly British pronunciation is additionally a decent in addition to.) Back in October, O’Hara told MTV News that she thought Watson was “flawless throwing” on Disney’s part. Presently having heard the Harry Potter alum in real life, we couldn’t concur more.
Here’s a more extended clasp of Watson’s form of “Something There.”