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'Beauty and the Beast' live-action film will definitely have its iconic songs

Luke Evans basically confirmed this with a photo of him and Josh Gad in the recording studio

By Andrea Tim | Published: 7 May 2015

Gaston sings!
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Beauty and the Beast villain Gaston, Luke Evans posted a photo of him and co-star Josh Gad (who plays Gaston's henchman Le Fou) singing in a recording studio.

"@joshgad and I recording! My what a guy!!! That's Gastoooooooooooooon!!!!" he wrote on Instagram. Key hashtags to take away: #mywhataguy and #gaston, which leads us to believe that the song Gaston from the 1991 Disney animated film will be included in the upcoming live-action remake.

Emma Watson, who will play Belle, first hinted in January that she will need to sing in the film.

"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," she wrote on Facebook.

Besides Be Our Guest, Something There and Gaston, we're certain they won't miss out the thematic Beauty and the Beast. The film comes out in 2017, so brace for goosebumps then.

Related: Here's who is definitely in the 'Beauty and the Beast' movie


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