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Walt Disney’s original animated classic “Cinderella” was visually stunning and masterfully animated. Based on a fairy tale from Charles Perrault, and with beautiful songs and orchestration, it won over theater audiences and helped cement the Disney Studios as the leader … Continue reading
Is there more to the “Cinderella” story than you thought? A new TV spot called “Conspiracy” adds a layer of intrigue to the classic tale: A new full trailer for Cinderella will come out this Wednesday. In the meantime Director … Continue reading
Production has begun on the live action version of Disney’s Cinderella directed by Kenneth Branagh and featuring Lily James in the title role. Judging by this first photo released from the set, I think we’re in for a treat. Here’s … Continue reading
When Kenneth Branagh declined to repeat his stint as director of Marvel’s Thor in the sequel, the competition was immediate and stiff for a replacement. Variety is reporting that one director has risen to the top, particularly for his work … Continue reading