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By Molly Driscoll ,Staff Writer / December 5, 2013 Actress Lea Seydoux, who has earned rave reviews for her performance in the film 'Blue Is the Warmest Color,' is portraying the fairy tale heroine Belle in a new version of the story. Joel Ryan/Invision/AP Weekly Digital Edition 'Beauty and the Beast' The newest movie take on the story stars "Blue Is the Warmest Color" actress Lea Seydoux visit this site as Belle and actor Vincent Cassel probably best known in the US for his role in the 2010 movie " Black Swan " as the director of a ballet company as the Beast. The trailer for the film is in French but shows some of the visuals of the film as well as "Silent Hill" director Christophe Gans ' adaptation of the narrative. The movie appears to be a more traditional take on the original fairy tale, with Belle's two sisters appearing in the story. 100 of the best children's books The most well-known movie versions of the fairy tale are the 1991 animated take on the story by Disney, titled "Beauty and the Beast," and the 1946 Jean Cocteau film of the same name, which is still praised today for its special effects and beautiful visuals. Check out the full trailer for the new adaptation. The movie opens in France this February, but a US release date has not yet been scheduled.
That fall she voluntarily entered a rehabilitation clinic in Arizona. "Kate has had such a long and successful career as a model because she is sensationally good at it Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue Her travails were high-profile, but so was her recovery. Within a year Moss had clawed her way back to the top of the industry, securing a raft of lucrative campaigns. Her difficulties seemed to endear her to the public even more. After rehab she went on to climb the Forbes magazine list of the world's highest paid models. In an industry defined by physical perfection, vulnerability has its appeal. Alexandra Shulman, the editor of British Vogue, views Moss's success in more straightforward terms.