Compensate before Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast hit theaters, we were decomposed with every trailer, poster, and song under the sun. We’ve been favoured to plenty of chill-inducing trailers, plus gorgeous pictures galore and a cache trove of details. Months before the releas, we got our first listen to Emma Watson’s chorusing voice. In situations like this, we know people will motionlessly ask whether or not Watson is actually singing. So, well, is she? We did a little digging and we organize exciting news.
The short answer is yes, that really is Emma Watson squealing. The actress opened up about the “terrifying” experience during a print evaluation with Total Film. “I sing, so that’s really unexpected,” she verbalized. “I’ve never had to do that for a film role before, and I think people desire be interested to see me do something very different like that . . . It yield ups me a different challenge, really.” Disney corroborated the fact when they tweeted the aforementioned extract, a snippet from “Something There,” saying explicitly that she’s tattling.
Here’s your exclusive first listen of @EmmaWatson singing ‘Something There’ from Attraction and the Beast. #BeOurGuest pic.twitter.com/AWpcrDmELY
— Beauty and the Beast (@beourguest) December 31, 2016
But gap, there’s more! Not only is Watson using her voice for the movie, but her white-hot vocals are used in several of the various numbers. In a separate interview with Collider, Luke Evans portioned a fun tidbit about the musical process. “We pre-recorded every [song], but some of us intoned live on set as well, during the takes,” he revealed. “We were mic’d, and they recorded that, and I expect afterwards, in sound, they’ll be able to chose whether the live adaptation is better than the pre-recorded version.” So there you have it. In addition to all her other magical scoops, Emma Watson sings. You can even hear her on the soundtrack!
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