Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Health Care | By Gwendolyn Kim

Emma Watson may get Rs 100 crores for Beauty and the Beast

Emma Watson may get Rs 100 crores for Beauty and the Beast

The live action remake of the Disney classic, which stars Emma Watson, Ewan McGregor and Sir Ian Mckellen, is reported to have picked up between $170 million and $174 million (approx £140 million) in U.S. box office sales since opening on Friday.

Of that total, $170 million came at theaters in North America.

"Beauty" will also beat the record set by "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" past year for all-time openings in March.

The domestic total exceeded what people in the industry had expected, and it broke the record for the biggest box office opening in March. The sequel opened in just 5 locations, but banked $36,000 per screen, second only this weekend to Beauty and the Beast's $40,000 per screen.

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The film, which stars Emma Watson as Belle, is another blockbuster hit for Disney's live action reboots of animated films.

The film follows such Disney efforts as "Maleficent", "Cinderella" and "The Jungle Book", remakes which replaced their hand-drawn source material with real-world actors (and no shortage of modern CGI). Be Fairfield Library's guest and celebrate the release of the live action movie of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.

"You see all the colours of the character, from the lovable rogue to the buffoon to the jealous, revengeful sort of monster that he becomes by the end of the movie", says Evans. It was huge in the United Kingdom with 22.8 million USA dollars - one of the top five openings ever there - and impressed in China with 44.8 million US dollars, already topping the entire runs of Maleficent and Alice in Wonderland, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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