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In a year ruled thus far by superhero mega-teams, fast and/or furious muscle cars stunts, and 50 shades of something, there’s one movie that has taken a quieter, majestic, family-friendly path to box-office dominance. It appears that Disney’s live-action rendition of Cinderella has managed to gracefully cross the $500 million mark with its global take.
The movie theater experience often leaves you at the mercy of other people’s abilities (or lack thereof) to observe the most basic public decorum. It's especially awkward when the source of that rudeness are children. Now, in a move that could be considered revolutionary in our society, a mother is actually attempting to take responsibility for the rudeness of her kids at an Alabama movie theater
There’s been a new trend in Hollywood as of late, and while it is undoubtedly successful at the box office, the fairy tale live action genre is not producing many quality films.
I had the chance to sit down one-on-one with the young actress during a press day for Cinderella in Los Angeles, and it was during our conversation that James game me a fascinating look into the character of Cinderella, her personal approach to the film, some of the source material’s key issues, and her experience on set.
You probably know her best for her time as the titular character on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but now Sarah Michelle Geller has transformed herself into a completely different notable pop culture character - and for the most unexpected of reasons.
With Kenneth Branagh's live-action Cinderella arriving in theaters this weekend, many of you may feel compelled to revisit the Walt Disney Animated classic from 1950. Going by this new Honest Trailer, however, you may want to reconsider that idea.
In Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella, there are many elements immediately reminiscent of the Walt Disney Animation film from 1950 – but there is one interesting difference between the two movies’ genres: the live-action adaptation isn’t a musical. And while there are certainly fans that are going to miss these songs, there’s a fairly simple explanation for why they’re not in the movie
If all these classic criminals went from the Mouse House to the big house, which ones would thrive in prison life, maybe even head up a few gangs, and which ones wouldn’t last the night?
Daylight Savings time messing you up too? Losing that extra hour throwing off your typical schedule? Me too. It sucks. But we do have some movies on the docket to brighten your day. This week we are running all night with Cinderella.
Just when you thought everyone on the planet had seen Frozen, actress Kristen Bell reveals that her and husband Dax Shepard have yet to allow their children to watch the insanely popular Disney film. Yes that's right, the actress who famously voiced Anna in the above-mentioned animated film, is preventing her very own children from experiencing the euphoria brought to millions of kids around the world... and here's why.
What’s been seen of Disney’s upcoming eye candy of a live-action rendition of the classic tale, Cinderella has left quite a lot to talk about. However, certain scenes appear to highlight a glaring physical attribute about the film’s star in the gorgeous ingénue, Lily James: Her shockingly skinny waistline.
Elsa, Anna, Han and, yes, Olaf are back in the first Frozen Fever trailer. The new animated short is set to debut in front of screenings of Cinderella, and Walt Disney Animation has released the first footage of the reunion.
Do you believe in fairy tales? You will after watching the new Cinderella trailer.
Disney has heard the word, and the word is that their female characters need to be better, stronger and more realistic. But now that the Mouse House is making a new live-action rendition of Cinderella, to be based on the classic animated movie, will our leading lady slip back into old habits?
Everything I’m seeing about Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella has me more excited for his finished work. Even though it has Helena Bonham Carter, it doesn’t appear as cartoonish and empty as the studio's live-action take on Alice in Wonderland. (Branagh and Tim Burton operate on different playing fields, for starters.)
The folks over at Fandango surveyed more than 1,000 movie fans and polled them on which stars and films they’re most anticipating to see grace the screen in 2015. Naturally, Star Wars, Avengers and Hunger Games topped the film categories, and the actor lists were very much a reflection of this ranking.
Riding the dark coat tails of Disney's smashing success Maleficent comes Cinderella, a live-action retelling of one of the world's most beloved fairy tales. And after months of teasing, Disney is finally giving us a rich look at this promising adventure with a new trailer.
Thing all of those animated Disney princes are the ultimate dream-come-true for any single gal? Think again. The video below depicts classic Disney prince characters as they might be presented in our reality. In short: with a lot of baggage and quirkiness... to put it mildly...
Disney is revamping Cinderella. With nearly a year to go before its set to hit theaters, the studio whose made an entire industry out of princess worship has unveiled the above official teaser trailer. And it is officially boring.
While Kenneth Branagh became best known as a director for his big screen adaptations of William Shakespeare’s greatest works, in the last few years he has done his part to completely shake up his own reputation. His next feature is tackling fairy tales with Cinderella.