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Meet Gaston's Horse, Magnifique! New Photos From Set Of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Film

Meet one of the furry stars of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST!

The brand new live action musical film version of the classic animated Disney movie musical BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is currently in production in the UK featuring many of Broadway and Hollywood's best and a trio of new images are available to view direct from the set.

The official Snapchat of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST shared the pics earlier this week, showcasing the horse who will be seen with headlining star Luke Evans, who plays Gaston.

The three photos show a stately horse introduced as Magnifique, a classic trope of the fairy tale but now given a new moniker, with the message, "Hop on, Gaston!"

Of note, Snapchat participants who follow the user name Disney are regularly offered access to exclusive photos from the set of the film as well as a look at the official shooting screenplay and new Snapchat-ized images from the classic animated film, as well.

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In addition to Emma Watson as Belle, the new BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is set to showcase stage and screen star Dan Stevens as The Beast, along with film star Luke Evans as Gaston.

Of note, the starry cast also includes two-time Academy Award winner Emma Thompson as Mrs. Potts, Oscar winner Kevin Kline as Maurice, six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald as Garderobe, plus recognizable stage and screen stars Ewan McGregor as Lumiere and Stanley Tucci as Cadenza along with iconic stage and screen notables Sir Ian McKellen as Cogsworth and Josh Gad as Le Fou.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST is set to be released on March 17, 2017.

View the new photos of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST below.

Photo Credits: Disney

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