Medieval Supercorp AU:Kara is a knight in the Luthor kingdom and has been assigned as the personal guard for a certain member of the royal family, but she wasn’t prepared for this because ‘oh no. she’s pretty’.
Some live-action BATB headcanons (mostly about Lumiere and Plumette’s wedding because I’m a sap):
Prince/Beast is bi or pan (”…his parties with the most beautiful people,” “…and earn their love in return”).
Before the spell was broken, the members of the staff who were able to move throughout the castle would relay messages between Cadenza and Garderobe from time to time.
Lumiere and Plumette get engaged soon after they become human again. Lumiere had promised her it would happen once the curse was lifted, and sometimes talking about their possible future was comforting to them.
Lumiere makes Cogsworth his best man, mostly because he’s very organized, but also because it means he’ll have to give a toast and admit that Lumiere has good points.
Chip is the ring bearer.
Cadenza plays the processional music, and Garderobe sings for their first dance (okay I’m going by modern wedding customs, I don’t know if any of this is how they did it in 18th century France).
Lumiere cries when he sees her in the dress.
So does Cogsworth.
Everyone’s crying or almost crying during the vows, mainly because they thought there would never be a chance for this to happen.
When the officiant says “You may now kiss the bride” he hasn’t even finished the sentence before Plumette grabs Lumiere’s face and kisses him.
The Prince insists on throwing them a huge reception in the ballroom and basically invites the entire town (LeFou goes with his new boyfriend, of course).
Plumette has a dance with Chip and he’s standing on her feet the whole time and it’s adorable.
Everyone keeps saying how Plumette is the most beautiful woman there (and let’s be real, she is). Lumiere can’t take his eyes off her and he keeps smiling because he’s so ridiculously in love with her and he can’t believe his luck.
Does anyone else remember the sound of Windows NT loading up? Like Windows 95 and 98 had this dreamy electric sort of intro quality with lots of little “TADAS”
but every version of NT
sounded like a cyberpunk dystopia ascending from hell to drag you into the TRON universe, and then Windows 2000s and MEs descended like a choir of angels like the outro to a Thomas Bergersen soundtrack.