Three New Songs to be in Disney’s Live Action ‘Beauty and the Beast’

ALAN MENKEN

In the great anticipation of the 2017 live action Beauty and the Beast film, we have many questions. One of those questions is that of the music. Over on Oh My Disney, some exciting news in regards to the film was shared.

The article goes on to say that composer Alan Menken has three brand new songs for the film. In an interview, he shared that two of the songs are titled as “Days in the Sun” and “Forever More.” As for the third one, that’s a mystery.

Also, no original songs from the Broadway version will be in the film such as “If I Can’t Love Her.”

The film has wrapped on filming. Currently, Beauty and the Beast is being edited. As for the score, things will begin in spring.

Beauty and the Beast is set to open on March 17, 2017.

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Hello there, my name is Amanda Alva and I love all things Disney. Here on DAPs Magic I enjoy sharing tips on Disney Parks dining, Disney news and so much more. In addition to writing, I contribute to the DAPs Magic Instagram account. See you in the parks!

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