Luke evans beauty and the beast

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Beauty and the Beast's Luke Evans gives his take on the "gay twist"

luke evans beauty and the beast

Actor Luke Evans has an entirely different perspective on Gaston and surrounding Disney's first ever “gay moment” in Beauty & The Beast.

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Spoilers ahead. In , Beauty and the Beast 's Gaston was presented as a scary man who ate way too many eggs and wanted to marry Belle. He was cruel to anyone who didn't agree with him and thought a woman's only role was to raise kids and rub his feet. If Gaston was a cologne-wearing guy, the scent was probably made from his own sweat and spit because that's just how full of himself he was. In , Gaston was gross and nasty.

Skip navigation! Story from Entertainment. So much so that the live-action remake has been pulled from some theaters. Spoiler : Director Bill Condon described the scene in which LeFou Josh Gad dances with another man as being an " exclusively gay moment. One day I want to be like them. I want to play rugby like them.

There's so much to look forward to going into Disney's Beauty and the Beast remake—Emma Watson's distinctly feminist take on Belle, that yellow gown , those classic songs you can't help but sing along to—but don't discount Luke Evans's take on Gaston, who, for all his character's stomach-churning misogyny, is a hilarious standout in a cast populated by comedy veterans like Emma Thompson, Josh Gad and Stanley Tucci. Below, Evans opens up about stepping into Gaston's boots, singing for the first time onscreen and his chemistry with Gad, who plays Gaston's lovable sidekick, Le Fou. Disney actually approached him for the role of Gaston.
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5 thoughts on “Luke evans beauty and the beast

  1. Beauty and the Beast isn't even out in the UK and yet there's already much buzz around its progressive politics.

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