Sydney’s finest gathered for the premiere of Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast.
The red carpet was rolled out at Sydney’s State Theatre and red rose petals were scattered through its foyer, inviting a select few to be Disney’s guests for the evening.
Josh revealed it has been rewarding to finally see Beauty and the Beast re-imagined on the big screen after nearly two years of filming.
“Seeing with an audience, finally…it’s so thrilling to see the rewards of that endeavour,” he told The West Australia.
“To see the audience laughing in all the right places, to see them applauding all the musical numbers that we shot in a bubble, with nobody clapping because they didn’t want to ruin the take. It really adds up to this incredible moment where the fruits of our labour are finally being rewarded. /react-text
react-text: 339 “It’s reminding me of when I first saw the film, when I was 10-years-old, and feeling a way I’ve never felt before.”
Gad took to the stage inside the State Theatre to answer some questions and to treat the audience to a short live performance of the song “Gaston”, much to the audience’s delight.
Beauty and the Beast is in Australian cinemas on March 23.
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