Watson also insisted that the character wear boots, and not the flat shoes that Belle wore in the animated film. "It's 2017 for f**** sake". All these years even without the gay character in the Beauty and the Beast, there are also gays in the world.
The two talked to People and said it would be great for the two characters to have their own spin-off movie. "What would Jesus think?"
Opinion was divided when it was revealed that Disney had included its first-ever gay character in the new live action remake of Beauty & The Beast, but according to Josh Gad, the controversy has been "completely overblown".
"LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston", Condon told Attitude Magazine. Now, actor Ewan McGregor, who plays the candlestick Lumiere in the movie, has weighed in with his own take on the matter.
As the live action film prepares for release this week - the reported "gay moment" has caused an entire country to drop the film from its theaters.
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"I was riding three or four times a week, singing four times a week, dancing three or four times a week. My eldest is in her twenties now, of course, but still I've got a little one, who's 5, and when an opportunity like this comes along, to be in a film they will watch, then it's nice".
Beauty & The Beast opens in Australian cinemas on 23 March.
Just when you think it isn't possible to love someone anymore.
The film stars Emma Watson and Dan Stevens as the beauty and the Beast respectively, and includes a scene hinting at a potential relationship between stars Josh Gad and Luke Evans, playing Le Fou and Gaston. "I wore blue for both premieres, and she ended up in blue in the movie, so it's kind of a lucky color", O'Hara recently told PEOPLE at the film's Los Angeles premiere. "I mean I really went in to like essentially a 'Belle Bootcamp". "I love the ambiguity there".