The best part of the Harry Potter movies was those spellbinding cinematic visuals of the enchanting Hogwarts world. It was a work of wizardry that was nevertheless at times, entirely distracted by the witty and lovely Emma Watson. Now Emma has taken her charm to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast which will finally be coming to Netflix in September.
For those of you who were busy only playing Minecraft for the last ten years (conceptually), Beauty and the Beast is the story of a young girl, Belle, who is taken prisoner by a beast in its castle. Despite her fears, she becomes friends with the staff and eventually sees the beast’s kindness and recognizes his true beauty. Turns out also that the Beast was really a prince, which is bit of a drag. Well, what else can be expected from a fairy tale written in 1740. The author is a French novelist, Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve.
The Disney movie remake was released on March 17, 2017 in the United States and made a whooping 1.263 billion USD at the Box office.
Netflix will soon also be airing some screamers, such as Our Souls at Night with Robert Redford and Jane Fonda, Gerald’s Game based on the 1992 suspense novel by Stephen King and a new stand-up-comedy special from no other than Jerry Seinfeld.
Other shows making a debut are American Vandal: Season 1, Big Mouth: Season 1 and, Final Fantasy XIV — Dad of Light: Season 1.
TV fans can also look out for Gotham: Season 3 and Blacklist: Season 4, among others.