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The next wave of new Beauty and the Beast promotions came when every single main character received their own poster. But it is a mere prelude to the next big reveal on Jan. 30, when the third and final trailer for the film will premiere.
The last new footage from the film played the first sounds of Emma Watson's singing voice, so time will soon tell what new songs, voices and details this trailer is ready to reveal. However, the poster collection has already provided a scoop, as it includes the first official look at Dan Stevens in his princely human form before his Beastly transformation.
A recent poster and theater display already showed Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Audra McDonald and Gugu Mbatha-Raw in their human forms before they were cursed as well. Nonetheless, the human sides of Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, Cadenza, Garderobe and Plumette have their own posters as well, even though their cursed CGI household item forms will get more screen time.
Regular humans round out the rest of the collection, although Luke Evans' Gaston, Josh Gad's Lefou and Kevin Kline's Maurice are pretty far from normal, or at least their animated selves were.
Whether or not the next trailer shows any of these stars singing the old iconic Beauty and the Beast songs, they won't be the only ones on the remake's soundtrack. In fact, one of the brand new songs "For Evermore" will be performed by Josh Groban over the end credits, which he announced online while showing yet another new poster.
Composer Alan Menken already spoiled that the Beast will sing this song during the movie, when he finally lets Belle leave the castle. It won't be the only song replayed with a new singer during the credits, as Ariana Grande and John Legend will perform the new pop version of the title number.
The end credits and everything beforehand won't come to theaters until March 17, but the most extensive Beauty and the Beast sneak peek yet is just a few days away.