Vincent Cassel and Léa Seydoux’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Receives Another Trailer

Written by on January 30, 2014 

It feels as if we’ve been waiting a while to see the latest incarnation Beauty and the Beast, another adaptation of the classic fairy tale that, here, exudes potential to stand out (even if just a bit) from the like-minded crop of public-domain-supported pictures of recent years. Following a first trailer from December, Brotherhood of the Wolf director Christophe Gans is about unready to unveil a film he claims will “[create] a completely new visual universe never experienced before and produce images of an unparalleled quality.”

I don’t know if that promise will be fully delivered on, but what’s here has a certain quality — baroque, I’d think — that promises a unique visual experience (sans some cartoon-ish CGI) all the same. Still uncertain is how Léa Seydoux and the animated Vincent Cassel equip themselves in these roles, but a fan of either can only hope their beauty and beast roles prove a proper match — and we could find out soon, so long as a domestic distributor actually gets their hands on the material. Look for something to develop in Berlin over these coming weeks.

Watch the preview below, courtesy of Allocine (via ThePlaylist):

Synopsis:

Stop. You know this story.

Beauty and the Beast will open in France on February 12; no U.S. release date or distributor have been set.

Do you find the first glimpses of Gans’ interpretation promising?


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