No doubt hoping for the kind of blind faith that Twilight fans show at the box office, CBS Films has provided the trailer for its new Beauty and the Beast redux of sorts, Beastly.
In honor of Halloween, CBS Films has provided us three new photos from Beastly that show how the stars get their Samhain on in the movie. As they explain it, "Tricks are for kids, but we're all about treats here!"
Not to be outdone by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which unveiled its logo artwork earlier this week, CBS Films, the company behind Beastly, revealed the slick title treatment for its upcoming edgy teen romance ... and provided a new photo of the film's "beast", played by Alex Pettyfer.
The folks behind the upcoming edgy teen romance Beastly provided three new stills along with a more detailed synopsis of the film today. One photo show us Vanessa Hudgens looking quite lovely and in the others Alex Pettyfer reveals himself ... literally.
"Six Feet Under" star Peter Krause is ready to dip his feet into the old creature pool for CBS Film's upcoming retelling of the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast, Beastly.
Wanna watch Alex Pettyfer transform from man to Beastly before the film hits theatres on theaters July 30, 2010? Now by the power of the almighty tool known as the sharable widget you can!
What better way to complement the previously announced Mary-Kate Olsen, Vanessa Hudgens, and Alex Pettyfer than with a little N.P.H. action?
Ah, Mary-Kate. It doesn't seem so long ago that you were drooling on ABC. Now that you've grown you're making others do the drooling. Amazing how life works, eh? Now it's time for this young starlet to get a little "Beastly"!
We all know that in order for there to be adult horror fans, there have to be projects that appeal to the youngsters out there so that they can grow up to be like us. Which is why stories like Beastly are a necessary evil.
Unless you're a big fan of High School Musical (and damn you if you are), you may not know the name Vanessa Hudgens. However, fans of the timeless tale of Beauty and the Beast are about to get to know her in a big way.
The folks at CBS Films are finally moving forward on their adaptation of the Alex Finn YA novel Beastly, bringing on board Daniel Barnz to direct the film, according to this morning’s Hollywood Reporter.
CBS Films has nabbed the rights to their first potential movie according to The Hollywood Reporter; the YA supernatural novel Beastly.