- Can Emma Watson Really Sing? 'Beauty And The Beast' Proves She's Got Some Tricks Up Her Sleeve
- Twitter Is Skeptical Of Emma Watson's Singing Voice
Can Emma Watson Really Sing? 'Beauty And The Beast' Proves She's Got Some Tricks Up Her Sleeve
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The actress stopped by " Good Morning America " today and dished on how her character is different from the Belle in the animated version. I hope she's a slightly more modern version She was a bit of a rebellious Disney princess. In the film, Watson did her own dancing and singing, which was challenging at times. It's a totally different thing from acting in a way.
If Emma Watson's voiced had to be auto tuned why cast her in a role she'd have to sing for? Skip navigation! Story from Movies. Whenever an acclaimed actress takes a stab at being musical, it's fair to be a little dubious. We've been burned before — let us not forget when Russell Crowe tried his hand at singing in Les Miserables.
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.
I saw the new live-action Beauty and the Beast, and I absolutely loved it. Alan Menken is one of my top 5 favorite composers, and this particular story has always captivated me. When I first got into musical theatre, I only really cared about the story as it served the music; the story as an excuse to have music. I think that Disney did a great job bringing this cartoon and story to life on all fronts. Well, except one. Flashback to when I finally was able to purchase Pro Tools version 5!
Twitter Is Skeptical Of Emma Watson's Singing Voice
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Emma Watson is a good actress who looks the part of a Disney princess, but she does not have the voice of one. In her defense, few people do., By Rebecca Lawrence For Mailonline.