Among Disney’s slate of live-action remakes of their traditional animated movies are Beauty and the Beast. Unlike Maleficent and Cinderella before it, the film will follow in the footsteps of its animated counterpart by being a musical. However, much like any adaptation, there are bound to be changes from the “original” story, and in this case, moviegoers should be prepared to hear a little extra songs added to the lineup of music.
One of the tunes is called “Days in the Sun,” and is referred to as a “lullaby” about all of the castle’s enchanted items keeping in mind what their lives were like as humans before they were changed by the curse. Another one of the music is “Forever More,” which has Beast singing about finally knowing what love is.
Menken created this music to replace “EASILY Can’t Love Her,” one of the songs from the Broadway show after he realized that it wouldn’t fit within the film’s series of events. With two new music announced, we’ll have to hold back and see what this third Melody shall be, but with Menken face to face (that has gained several Oscars for his work), it shall without doubt sound amazing. Although Menken stated that there won’t be any songs from the Broadway production included in the film, fans of the story book can still look forward to most (if not all) of the songs from the animated movie being present.
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I’m especially interested to listen to the new versions of “Be Our Guest” and “Beauty and the Beast,” the last mentioned being the song that Belle and the Beast danced to, as seen below. Directed by Expenses Condon and written by Evan Stephen and Spiliotopoulos Chbosky, Beauty, and the Beast is a re-telling of the love story between the Beast, a human-prince-turned-monstrous-creature, and Belle, the smart young girl he imprisons in his castle.
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