Cinderella” (2021) Release Date, Cast, Plot
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Disney has officially announced Cinderella (2021), and we are so excited! Cinderella is a classic fairytale that captured our hearts when the first movie came out in 1965. It’s now available for all generations to enjoy, whether you’re 7 or 70 years old. And Cinderella (2021) will not disappoint! We have the release date, cast information, and plot details to share with you below:
The Release Date:
A new reimagining of the classic fairy tale Cinderella” is finally coming out on July 16, 2021.
- Camila Cabello as Cinderella.
- Billy Porter as the Fab G, a genderless fairy godparent.
- Idina Menzel as Vivian.
- Nicholas Galitzine as Prince Robert.
- Pierce Brosnan as King Rowan.
- Minnie Driver as Queen Beatrice.
- Maddie Baillio as the Stepsisters.
- Charlotte Spencer as the Stepsisters.
- John Mulaney as John, a Footman/mouse.
- James Corden as James, a Footman/mouse.
- Romesh Ranganathan as Romesh, a Footman/mouse.
- Missy Elliott as Town Crier.
- Tallulah Greive as Princess Gwen.
- Luke Latchman as Griff.
- Fra Fee as Hench.
- Beverley Knight.
- Mary Higgins as Princess Laura.
Cinderella’s Plot is set to follow a similar storyline with some updates from the original movie ending. The new version has an updated script that brings more drama to Cinderella’s life and provides her with a strong backstory so viewers can understand why she behaves so differently from other girls of her time period. This means there will be no fairy godmother or pumpkin carriage! Instead, Cinderella must rely on herself to create opportunities for happiness despite all odds against her.
It follows a similar storyline with some updates from the original movie ending that provides Cinderella more drama in her life to make viewers connect with why she behaves so differently than other girls in her time period. Cinderella also relies on herself to create opportunities for happiness despite all odds against her, without the help of a fairy godmother or pumpkin carriage.
About The Movie:
The film’s screenplay is written by Chris Weitz (“A Better Life,” “Rogue One”)and directed by Kenneth Branagh from a script he co-wrote with fellow filmmaker Linda Woolverton (screenwriter of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King”).
In the film, Cinderella is forced into a life of servitude in her own home following the death of her mother. When her father remarries an evil woman who has two daughters of her own, Cinderella’s life becomes increasingly miserable, and she soon realizes that with courage and perseverance,e anything can happen—even miracles.
The movie begins when Cinderella lives a simple but happy life with not only parents to love and care for each other, but also friends around as well.
That all changes once they are killed in a terrible accident one da,y though on their way back from visiting family during Christmas time which leaves Cinderella alone and her step-mother, Lady Tremaine, to care for Cinderella.
Cinderella’s life starts off very well as the movie begins with Cinderella in her own home following the death of her mother. When her father remarries an evil woman who has two daughters of her own, Cinderella’s life becomes increasingly miserable and she soon realizes that with courage and perseverance,e anything can happen—even miracles.
Is the movie Binge-worthy?
Yes, Cinderella (2021) is a must-watch for anyone who enjoyed the original Cinderella story.
The movie Cinderella (2021) is everything you expect from a Disney remake and more! It’s an inspiring film with beautiful music and lovable characters that will make your heart melt in places while also being pleasantly surprised at other points as well.
If you like Cinderella movies then this one won’t disappoint! Cinderella (2021) is a Cinderella story for the 21st century!