Lord of the Rings fans will see Cate Blanchett returned to her role as Galadriel for upcoming Hobbit trilogy. The three-film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic book is just one of a number of projects the Australian actress has in the works. And she may be adding Disney's live-action Cinderella film to the list.
Disney’s classic Cinderella is available for the first time ever on Blu-ray today in a Diamond Edition set that comes chock full of extras. In the cutest marketing move ever, the Cinderella: Diamond Edition Blu-ray hit the market at midnight (Cinderella’s curfew time!) on October 2, and to celebrate, Disney is offering fans a few clips that take a look at Cinderella’s dress transformation and her race to escape the ball, all in glorious restored picture.
This year has been a good year for fans wanting to switch their Disney collection over to Blu-ray. Earlier in 2012, Walt Disney Home Entertainment determined they would be bringing over 30 catalog titles to Blu-ray. The newest release announced is Cinderella, which will be given the Diamond Edition Blu-ray treatment on October 2.
Chris Weitz has had one ridiculously strange movie career. Beginning in the late 90s, Weitz's writing/directing filmmography is one of the most eclectic you'll find, working in various genres like R-rated comedy (American Pie), teen romance (The Twilight Saga: New Moon), Oscar-nominated dramedy (About A Boy), animation (Antz), adventure (The Golden Compass), and Oscar-nominated drama (last year's A Better Life).
The new movie would be a slightly more politically tinged version of the fairy tale, in which the prince is set for an arranged marriage that benefits the kingdom, but who throws he world into a tailspin by falling for Cinderella instead. That's a romantic plotline almost as old as the Cinderella fairy tale itself
We here at Cinema Blend have been loving on great trailer mashups for a while now, some of the best emerging from last year’s Inception craze. The trend has continued on into 2011 with this first great mashup of the year--Sucker Punch meets the Disney Princesses
After appearing in last year's drama Chloe with Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson, it looked as though Amanda Seyfried was trying to shed the teen image that she constructed with
Cinderella is being re-imagined as a live action movie… again. In 1998 Drew Barrymore did it with the not completely terrible movie Ever After. In 2004 even Anne Hathaway sort of did it