Josh Gad, the charming actor who will play the shockingly controversial LeFou in the most anticipated film of the last time, has revealed that everything could have been interrupted before arriving at the big screen. That’s right; La Bella and the Beast could have stopped production after the tragic death of our favorite actress.
Gad appeared in Jimmy Fallon to be ridiculously adorable and funny, but in addition to revealing one of the near-accidents that could have tarnished the filming, but are now very funny to remember.
It all started with a horse ironically called “Buddy, who was no friend to anyone.
He said: “My horse, his name was Buddy, which is a misnomer because he’s a bastard,”
” I threw me off his back the first day. We had to ride into the village on these horses to sing the song ‘Belle.’ On action, we all had to take three steps. “My horse – this is not a joke – moonwalked. Walked backward, then ran through the villagers, as Emma’s like ‘Nooo! Nooo! ‘ Everyone’s like, ‘No! Hermione, no! ‘”
Fortunately, he managed to run and avoid the demon’s step of the steed, just like all the rest, so the only ones injured were Josh Gad and his dignity. And of course, the animal trainer, who almost died of embarrassment. “Then the horse trainer comes up to me with tears in his eyes, and says,” I’m so sorry, that’s never happened before. ” No kidding, we’re glad to know that nothing happened, we have Emma Watson for a while.
The Bill Condon-directed film already garnered records before its premiere with the advance sale of tickets in the United States. It is expected that the film starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens will raise more than 120 million in its first weekend. Some figures of vertigo, but they do not sound anything strange to the mouse factory after the successes that it has had previously with the adaptations to the real image of its classics. ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ ‘Cinderella’ or ‘The Book of the Jungle’ were feature films that managed to get into the public pocket making Disney more than $ 1 billion
The plot of The Beauty and the Beast, which is on Billboard, retakes the dreamy style, and more entertaining than dark, seen in the animated version of Disney of 1991, but when acceding to real personages, it offers a seductive attention to the details.