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Ever since the 2010 release of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, live-action remakes have been a popular topic for Disney. After hearing about Disney’s plans for making a live-action version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves set in Hong Kong, I’m not all that surprised to hear the recent rumors of a push for a Cinderella remake, too.

Director of Never Let Me Go, Mark Romanek, has already been asked to be a part of bringing Aline Brosh McKenna’s vision to life. McKenna, previously famed by her screenplay for The Devil Wears Prada, has apparently changed the story to have more of a focus on the prince, as he is set to have a previously arranged political marriage before he meets the beautiful maid.

While the project was announced over a year ago, there aren’t many other details about it yet. If you’d like, you can read a bit more here.

Since it is still in its inception, there is a lot of room for guess-timating! Is there anyone in particular you would like to see work on this film?


Amanda is currently living in Los Angeles, finishing up her last semester as a Marketing student at Emerson College. She is proud to say that she is currently interning at the Jim Henson Company, which has been an absolute dream! Emerson has provided her with many great opportunities, such as being Editor-in-Chief of the college yearbook, playing Quidditch, and working as a tour guide. However, Amanda can't wait to graduate and pursue her immense passions for children's educational entertainment, marketing, travel, blogging, and pretending she's a Disney princess! Marketing for Children's Entertainment Blog: