More than 25 years after singing a pretension lane from Disney’s Beauty and a Beast, Celine Dion is returning to a Beast’s castle.
Disney has announced that Dion will sing a new strain “How Does A Moment Last Forever” for a arriving live-action instrumentation of Beauty and a Beast. Dion creatively sang a duet chronicle of “Beauty and a Beast” with Peabo Bryson after a recover of a 1991 charcterised film, a chronicle that went on to win a Grammy for best cocktail opening by a twin or organisation with vocal.
The new strain was created by strange Beauty composer Alan Menken and lyricist Tim Rice, and it’s described as “an romantic ballad about holding onto life’s changed moments.” Dion’s chronicle will be enclosed in a film’s final credits and on a soundtrack.
Last week, Disney also revealed that Ariana Grande and John Legend will perform a film’s pretension strain as a duet.
In all, Menken wrote three new songs for Bill Condon’s live-action version, starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as her hairy prince. (He formerly wrote a strain for both a strange charcterised film and a Broadway version.)
“It’s exciting. For me since I’m essay a new songs and scoring a new movie, it’s a lot of work,” he told EW in September. “It’s engaging and it’s severe to come behind to a same source element 3 times. And in this box I’m unequivocally holding my lead — I am dispatcher of a fire to a degree, though we wish to be as good a group member with Bill Condon as we can be. So I’m unequivocally holding my lead from him as a director, and he’s doing a good job.”
I’m anxious to announce that I’ll be behaving a new song,”How Does A Moment Last Forever” for Disney’s Beauty and a Beast. – Céline 🌹 pic.twitter.com/5H7vnGPs5W
— Celine Dion (@celinedion) January 19, 2017
Beauty and a Beast will strike theaters on Mar 17, and a soundtrack will be expelled on Mar 10.