‘Beauty And The Beast' New Clip Points To 'Harry Potter' Easter Egg?

Disney has released a new clip from the highly anticipated live action film adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast”, one of its animated classics. The new clip gave fans a glimpse of the movie, which stars Emma Watson as Belle. The said clip was simply titled “Belle” and it is a remake of the scene from the animated movie introducing the said character.

“Belle” was the song dedicated to the main character and it had the whole town singing and dancing along with her, retelling tales of her habits, which the townspeople found strange. Fans of the early version of the film are eager to see the new one after getting excited over the new clip. Of course, Watson has clearly made a great portrayal of Belle in “Beauty and the Beast”, even singing the songs many have grown fond of.

But somehow “Harry Potter” fans have pointed out that there was an Easter egg in the new “Belle” clip. Watson starred in all of the “Harry Potter” films as Hermione Granger and it was the franchise that gave her fame and a career in acting. Fans of the said Warner Bros. film indicated that parts of the song were changed in the live action film and incorporated something that made them think of Neville Longbottom, who was another “Harry Potter” character.

In the new clip, the lyrics became “I believe I have. Problem is, I can’t remember what,” which was originally an exchange of words with the baker about baguettes. Fans of the wizardly movies claim that the line was borrowed from Neville when he said, “The only problem is, I can’t remember what I’ve forgotten.”

The Easter egg may not be something that huge but it has made fans nostalgic about the days when Watsons was teamed up with Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint to save the magical world. “Beauty and the Beast” also stars Luke Evans and Dan Stevens. The said Disney movie is slated to premiere in the United States and the United Kingdom on March 17.

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