- Emma Watson on the challenges she faced singing in 'Beauty and the Beast'
- Disney’s Beauty and the [Autotune]
Emma Watson on the challenges she faced singing in 'Beauty and the Beast'
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We all know Emma Watson as Hermione Granger — that's what happens when you have a starring role in a beloved franchise for 10 years. Now six years after the release of the final Harry Potter movie, Watson is getting ready to make her biggest step away from Hermione as Belle in Disney's live action Beauty and the Beast. When it was announced that Watson would be playing Belle, everyone had the same question: can Emma Watson really sing? Watson became one of the biggest movie stars on the planet by playing a bookworm fighting the most evil wizard in history, so needless to say, before Beauty and the Beast , she had never sung in a movie before. That's terrifying in and of itself," she added. By now, fans have already heard snippets of Watson singing in the film, and the verdict is in: the woman can really sing. It shouldn't shock fans to hear that Watson's singing passes the test.
Even before Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast hit theaters, we were spoiled with every trailer, poster, and song under the sun. We've been treated to plenty of chill-inducing trailers , plus gorgeous pictures galore and a treasure trove of details. Months before the release, we got our first listen to Emma Watson's singing voice. In situations like this, we know people will still ask whether or not Watson is actually singing. So, well, is she? We did a little digging and we have exciting news.
The live-action reboot of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" features heavily Auto-Tuned singing by Emma Watson and two versions of the soundtrack's titular song. Walt Disney Records. The first version is a pop and rhythm-and-blues-style cover sung by Ariana Grande and John Legend. Grande and Legend flood the song with cringeworthy, airy wailing, rather than the powerfully emotional anthem that sets the turning point for the film. Her voice is gentle, yet firm and full-bodied, allowing her to capture the impact of the ballroom scene where Belle and the Beast discover their love for each other. Including two versions of the title song was a good idea that had the potential to introduce variety to the soundtrack, but unfortunately the concept lacked a solid execution. Watson, despite her talents as an actress, was not a good choice for Belle because she cannot sing in a film with a precedent in musical impact.
Disney’s Beauty and the [Autotune]
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