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Cinderella is an upcoming American musical romantic comedy film written and directed by Kay Cannon, based on the fairy tale of the same name.

Plot Edit

A poor, ambitious orphan gets her wish to meet a prince granted.

CastEdit

  • Camila Cabello as Cinderella[1]
  • Billy Porter as the Fab G, a genderless fairy godparent[2][3]
  • Idina Menzel as Vivian, Cinderella's stepmother[4]
  • Nicholas Galitzine as Prince Robert[5]
  • Pierce Brosnan as King Rowan[6]
  • Minnie Driver as Queen Beatrice[7]
  • Maddie Baillio and Charlotte Spencer as the Stepsisters[8]
  • John Mulaney as John, a Footman/mouse[7]
  • James Corden as James, a Footman/mouse[7]
  • Romesh Ranganathan as Romesh, a Footman/mouse[7]
  • Missy Elliott as Town Crier[7]
  • Tallulah Greive as Princess Gwen[9]
  • Luke Latchman as Griff[9]
  • Fra Fee as Hench[9]
  • Beverley Knight[9]
  • Mary Higgins as Princess Laura[9]

Production Edit

In April 2019, Columbia Pictures announced a musical retelling of Cinderella, with Kay Cannon writing and directing the film, with James Corden having story credit and producing the film through Fulwell 73 with Leo Pearlman, Jonathan Kadin, and Shannon McIntosh.[1]

Principal photography began in February 2020 in the UK.[10] Filming was suspended in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[11] Production resumed in August 2020.[12]

Music Edit

In April 2019, it was announced that Camila Cabello was working on the music for the film.[1]

ReleaseEdit

In June 2019, Sony scheduled the film for release February 5, 2021.[13]

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