“Cinderella” sneak peek


If you thought the royal wedding back in 2011 was a sight to behold, you most certainly will want to RSVP to the March release of the reinvigorated Cinderella. The Disney live action adaptation seems to have taken the old, and made it new, with a wonderful take on a much beloved classic.

We’ve been treated to inside looks and exclusive clips, detailing the process in which the actors and director undertook to prepare for the thrilling task. With a focus on the chemistry between characters spanning a variety of relationships, both good and bad.

One thing that has really stood out for me, are the costumes. Gorgeous creations that add so much to the already enchanting tale. Cinderella’s blue gown, adorned with butterfly trinkets reminds me so much of a Barbie princess I owned as a youngster. Honestly, every time I see the poster it takes me back, and it increases my wanting to see the new film.

I think that’s what helps a tale like this reach such a broad audience. The memories you had watching the classic 1950 film, and the way in which you received it, a universal theme that spans time, whether it was 1950, 1968, 2002 or 2014. Movies last a lifetime and the journey you take can sometimes leave a lasting impression on you.

The trailer also features, what was reported to be Walt Disney’s favourite piece of animation, Cinderella’s gown transformation.

Disney are changing with the times. Keeping elements of the original story but interpreting them to suit modern audiences and so far audiences love what they see.

Trailer courtesy of Disney Movie Trailers

Trailer courtesy of WaltDisneyStudiosAU

Trailer courtesy of Disney Movie Trailers

Trailer courtesy of WaltDisneyStudiosAU

Trailer courtesy of Disney Movie Trailers

Cinderella “The Legacy” Trailer courtesy of Disney Movie Trailers

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