字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - The suit for the motion capture - If you saw the live action of Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson, you may be wondering how she filmed those scenes with the beast if he was created using CGI. Well, prepare to have all of your questions answered with this behind-the-scenes look. Today's episode was brought to you by the carrier with unlimited data from T-Mobile for party never ends. Someone get Emma Watson an Oscar because she literally fills in these scenes by herself. Emma Watson is no stranger to working with CGI after her Harry Potter days, so she was more than prepared to take all the challenge once again in "Beauty and the Beast." The DVD for the film, which comes out June 6th, will gift viewers with several featurettes giving you a behind-the-scenes look at just how they pulled off those CGI scenes. One clip in particular of Emma acting with the beast during the iconic ballroom scene has the Internet going wild. In order to give Emma an accurate height depiction of the beast to act with, Dan Stevens had to wear his motion capture suit that made him look like a gray marshmallow. How Emma kept a straight face, the world will never know. Check it out. - Dan was in a... (unintelligible) motion capture suit on stilts to make him as tall as the beast would be so that Emma was always playing to somebody who was as big as the beast. - STEVENS: Puppeteering the suit to the motion capture was an ordeal. - DORSEY: And if you think Emma having to keep a straight face was the toughest part, think again. The film's director Bill Condon says that "Be Our Guest" was actually the most challenging scene to film because literally the entire scene consisted of CGI with the exception of Emma. - CONDON: Emma Watson is the only human being in that scene. - WATSON: It was literally me sitting at an empty table. Seven days just looking at nothing. It was the most boring scene I have ever had. - DORSEY: You can check out even more behind-the-scenes looks when the DVD comes out on June 6th, in addition to 10 minutes of the weird scenes and the "Beauty and the Beast" music video starring Ariana Grande with John Legend. What do you guys think about the beast in that CGI suit? He's a stud, right? Let me know in the comments section below and don't forget to subscribe to Clevver News. I'm your host Drew Dorsey, and I'll see you next time. Click left to watch Episode 5 of "It Got Real," and thanks to our sponsor T-Mobile. Stream, post, and share all the music and video you want, however you want, with unlimited data.