Beauty and the beast ending

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The Beautiful and the Beast, the Musical is being produced by Walt Disney Pictures, and is being directed by Bill Condon and written by Bill Condon and Jonathan Dayton, Jr. Also starring Anthony Hopkins, Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Miranda Richardson, Audra McDonald, Josh Gad, Jason Isaacs, Christopher Sarandon and Kevin Kline, this film is based on the classic musical and is being produced by Walt Disney Pictures David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman and producer Joshua Michael Hershon. This film, the second installment of the Disney Princess franchise is being produced by Julie Lyn and Richard Suckle, who are both producing the previous film, Beauty and the Beast, and will also be in charge of the production and will produce this film once again. A new musical fantasy film is on the way: The film is being directed by Bill Condon, written by Bill Condon and Jonathan Dayton, Jr and produced by Julie Lyn and Richard Suckle. The film is said to be looking at a time where Beauty and the Beast has become an animated classic, with Gaston, Anthony Hopkins, having grown old and married, leaving and remarrying many times, and Belle, Emma Watson, being a happy housewife, but still looking out for the kingdom. While Belle and Gaston are happy together, but maybe not together forever, there is a darker side to Gastons character. That darkness is the heart of the Beast, a monster, Dan Stevens, who is now the Prince of the Beast. With this story we see the conflict between these two sides and the struggles of the Beast to remain a good and just ruler and yet maintain order in the kingdom. The film is said to be a classic musical fantasy film with an original score by a few of the classic Disney composers. With this story we see the conflict between these two sides and the struggles of the.

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