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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Deleted Scenes Reveal Le Fou and Belle Lost Moments

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Deleted Scenes Reveal Le Fou and Belle Lost Moments

Earlier this year, Beauty and the Beast proved that Disney’s live-action take on a “tale as old as time” still has an amazing ability to draw in moviegoers. Next week, Beauty and the Beast is heading to Blu-ray and DVD, where it will feature a few deleted scenes that didn’t quite make it into the final cut. But now, two of those scenes have popped up online.

Yahoo! Movies has debuted a clip that features Emma Watson’s Belle showing some kindness to Agathe (Hattie Morahan). If you’ve seen the film, then you know why it’s probably a fortunate thing that Belle has such a good heart, even though Agathe is a bit demanding.

Meanwhile, Entertainment Weekly debuted a deleted scene of its own from late in the film, just as Josh Gad’s Le Fou discovers that there was no safe haven from the final battle. But as you’ll see in the clip, Le Fou doesn’t exactly get a friendly welcome from the castle’s most infamous resident: Monsieur Toilette.

Wow. That really does make us wonder about what type of man that Monsieur Toilette was back when he was still human. That is literally the worst job in the castle, and we can only assume that the enchantress felt that he deserved that fate. EW also notes that Monsieur Toilette actually had a speaking role in the film, with Logan co-star Stephen Merchant playing the part. However, Merchant’s character was apparently flushed during the editing of the film.

Beauty and the Beast will be available on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, June 6.

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