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Emma Watson will be Disney's new Belle in live-action musical 'Beauty and the Beast'

Emma Watson, most famous for playing Hermione in the Harry Potter films, will play another book-loving heroine: She announced on Facebook that she will star as Belle in Disney’s upcoming live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast.

Watson wrote on Facebook, “I’m finally able to tell you… that I will be playing Belle in Disney’s new live-action Beauty and the Beast! It was such a big part of my growing up, it almost feels surreal that I’ll get to dance to ‘Be Our Guest’ and sing ‘Something There’. My six year old self is on the ceiling – heart bursting. Time to start some singing lessons. I can’t wait for you to see it.”  READ FULL STORY

Watch the first trailer for 'Ant-Man'

Debuted during tonight’s two-hour premiere of Agent Carter, Marvel has released the first full teaser for this summer’s Ant-Man.

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See a new, close-up look at the Millennium Falcon

After a spectacular action sequence in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer, fans now have a first look at a ground-level perspective of the Millennium Falcon. And it’s all thanks to Disney’s Bob Iger and Fortune.

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'The Jungle Book': Bill Murray will sing!

Rudyard Kipling’s classic tales of an Indian boy raised by wolves, first published as a series in the late 19th century, has been adapted more than a dozen times. But Walt Disney’s 1967 animated musical—his last—set the gold standard. Now, director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) is giving Mowgli and his animal pals a 21st-century tech update. Newcomer Neel Sethi, 10, plays Mowgli, and there’s a lot riding on those young shoulders. Not only does he do his own tree-climbing—”A 10-year-old in a loin cloth is hard to double with a stuntman,” Favreau says— but he’s also the only live-action actor in a performance-capture spectacle that’s more Avatar than The Little Mermaid, with photo-real talking animals. READ FULL STORY

Best of 2014: An oral history of Baymax's 'Big Hero 6' fist bump

The best part of Big Hero 6—the awesomely odd exploding-fist sound cuddly robot Baymax makes when bumping knuckles with his pal Hiro—comes as a delightful surprise for audiences…which is fitting, since it was initially received the same way by the guys who actually made the film. “I remember having that feeling of like, ‘That’s really weird and strange, and it’ll never make it into the movie,” says co-writer Robert Baird, who was listening when the voice of Baymax (30 Rock alum Scott Adsit) loosed his first “balalalalalala.”

Of course, there’s more to the story than that. It takes a village to make an animated movie—which is why EW chatted with four separate Big Hero crew members to get the full story behind the fist-bump. Click here for more of EW.com’s Best of 2014 coverage.
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Idina Menzel says 'Frozen' sequel is in the works

Frozen is returning to theaters in the form of a six-minute short — and it might be returning to theaters someday as a longer-than-six-minutes sequel.

The Telegraph recently asked Idina Menzel, singer of the Academy Award-winning Frozen song “Let It Go,” what she could say about rumors claiming a Frozen sequel and stage musical are on their way. “That they’re all in the works,” she replied, “ha ha!”

She went on to say she’s not sure if she’ll be involved with the stage musical, but will be part of “the movie, hopefully.” “I’m just going along for the ride,” she said.  READ FULL STORY

(Updated) Find out where to watch the 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' trailer this weekend

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SECOND UPDATE: Disney officially unveiled a list of theaters that will screen The Force Awakens trailer this weekend.

Phoenix, Arizona–Harkins, Tempe Marketplace
Los Angeles, California–AMC, Century City
Los Angeles, California–El Capitan
Irvine, California–Regal, Spectrum Irvine 21
San Francisco, California–AMC, Metreon 16
San Jose, California–Cinemark, Oakridge 20
San Diego, California–Regal, Mira Mesa 18
Toronto, Canada–CPX, Younge & Dundas
Vancouver, Canada–CPX, Riverport
Denver, Colorado–AMC, Westminster 24
Washington, D.C.–AMC, Tyson’s Corner 16
Miami, Florida–Carmike–Parisan 20
Atlanta, Georgia–Regal, Atlantic Station
Chicago, Illinois–Regal, City North
Boston, Massachusetts–AMC, Boston Commons 19
Detroit, Michigan–Cinemark, Showcase 20
Minneapolis, Minnesota–AMC, Southdale
Kansas City, Missouri–AMC, Studio 30
New York, New York–AMC, Lincoln Square 13
New York, New York–Regal, Union Square 14
Cleveland, Ohio–Cinemark 24
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania–Regal, Warrington 22
Nashville, Tennessee–Carmike,Thoroughbred 20
Knoxville, Tennessee–Regal, Pinnacle
Dallas, Texas–Cinemark, Plano 20
Houston, Texas–Regal, Marq*E Stadium 23
Austin, Texas–Alamo’s Lamar
Salt Lake City, Utah–Cinemark 24 WJ
Seattle, Washington–Regal, Thornton Place 14
Milwaulkee, Wisconsin–Marcus, Brookfield 16

UPDATE: More theater chains other than Regal have announced plans to screen the trailer this weekend, though have not specified which theaters. Check below for a list of chains, including AMC Theatres, that have announced their involvement in the theater roll out.

ORIGINAL STORY: It looks like the Force is waking up a bit earlier than expected.

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Watch the new trailer for Kenneth Branagh's 'Cinderella'

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Once upon a time, in a land far, far, away Sir Kenneth Branagh directed a new, live-action version of Cinderella. Well, technically, he made it in London last year. But this fresh, Disney-backed take on the beloved talewhich is released on March 13 next year does have what sounds like a fairytale cast, with Cate Blanchett as the evil stepmother Lady Tremaine, Helena Bonham-Carter as the Fairy Godmother, Game of Thrones star Richard Madden as the Prince, Derek Jacobi as the King, Stellan Skarsgård as the King’s scheming adviser (is there really any other kind?), and Downton Abbey actress Lily James as Ella.

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Lucasfilm's 'Strange Magic' due out in 2015

An animated musical inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream with a story from George Lucas is headed to theaters this coming January, Disney announced Tuesday.  READ FULL STORY

Disney sets dates for 'Zootopia' and 'Moana'

Disney Animation just ruled the weekend thanks to Baymax and Big Hero 6, and now it is looking forward to 2016, setting dates for two animated films.  READ FULL STORY

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