Luke Evans has been standing out for years in the world of acting. It was mainly because of his role in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the second installment of the last trilogy based on the books of J.R.R. Tolkien when the Scottish actor began to be known around the world.
And it is far from disappointing! To roles in blockbusters worldwide as is the case of Dracula: The Legend never told have been added more personal works like High-Rise that have tried the talent that has a Luke Evans this year turns 38 years. Perhaps you have seen him in recent months giving life to Scott, the protagonist in The Girl of the Train. Stick with your face!
Especially because it is going to prove again very valuable and surely you are not the last to want to know about it. Luke has gotten into the skin of Gaston, the villain of The Beast and The Beast, for that live-action that premieres next March 17. And it turned out to be the perfect Gaston.
The Bill Condon film starring Emma Watson (“Harry Potter”) and Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”) premieres in Spain on March 17, 2017.
We have already anticipated how the calendar of the real action films of Disney with the announcement of the premiere of Mulán, designated for the 2 of November of 2018. But the following one will be a new version of the Beautiful and the Beast that, with the Actors, Emma Watson (Harry Potter) and Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) as protagonists, will be able to be seen from 17 of March of 2017 in Spain. Now, moreover, actor Luke Evans (The Hobbit) has answered the question of whether his character, the villain Gaston, will be as cartoonish as the title of animation of 1991.
“He’s a loveable rogue who turns into a horrible rogue, a monster. I loved playing him.”
During the promotion of The Girl on the Train, an adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ bestseller (in Spain since October 21), Luke Evans has spoken with Cinema Blend, and this is what he has said about Bella’s arrogant pretender (Emma Watson). “No doubt there is a theatricality that I have been able to incorporate into the character, which is something I do not usually do.We talk about Disney, and we are recreating one of his most beloved stories.It is colossal in every way.No, it is a lot of fun to interpret, and I had the opportunity to dramatize it. ” Nevertheless, and although at first, it seems a muscular buffoon, the personage of Gastón ends up becoming a real threat for Bella and Beast.
“It was fun to play because it has a great evolution,” Evans continues. “He begins as a kind of charming rogue, says in a self-absorbed way all these egocentric phrases and has a crazy buddy -Le Fou, in the skin of Josh Gad.And then, when he comes to the conclusion that he is not going out with His, the facade begins to fall and is when a monster appears, and ends up being a real villain. It seems that actor and director Bill Condon have hit the spot. Now, on these lines, do not miss the official trailer with Watson and Dan Stevens. Do you feel like seeing it?