Sony’s retelling of “Cinderella,” starring Camila Cabello because the traditional princess, is skipping its deliberate theatrical debut. The movie will as a substitute premiere on Amazon Prime Video later this 12 months.
It’s unclear when the film, which had already been delayed as soon as because of the pandemic, will land on the streaming platform.
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Sony initially supposed to open “Cinderella” on the massive display screen this July, however the studio opted to license the movie to Amazon Prime as a result of movie show attendance has not returned to pre-pandemic ranges. Sony will retain rights in China.
Because the field workplace makes an attempt to rebound following COVID-19, Sony has siphoned off almost all of its films that don’t function an otherworldly superhero. The studio announced in April that “Vivo,” an animated musical with songs from “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, would premiere on Netflix as a substitute of multiplexes. Likewise, the Kevin Hart drama “Fatherhood” is forgoing theaters and can arrive on Netflix in June. It additionally offered Seth Rogen’s “An American Pickle” to HBO Max and the Kristen Stewart romantic comedy “Happiest Season” to Hulu.
“Cinderella” was written and directed by Kay Cannon, a former “30 Rock” author who’s greatest identified for creating the “Pitch Excellent” franchise. Within the musical retelling of the traditional fairytale about an orphan who longs to fulfill her prince charming, Billy Porter is portraying Cinderella’s fairy godparent and Idina Menzel is taking part in her evil stepmother. The solid additionally contains Nicholas Galitzine as Prince Robert, Pierce Brosnan as King Rowan and Minnie Driver as Queen Beatrice.
The unique 1950 animated Disney movie popularized the songs “A Dream Is a Want Your Coronary heart Makes” and “Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo.” The upcoming model will function authentic songs from Cabello and Menzel.
“Cinderella” is Cabello’s appearing debut following her profitable music profession. She beforehand described the remake as “humorous” and “empowered.”
“It was a kind of issues that felt like God handcrafted it for me and was, like, ‘Right here you go.’” Cabello said. “I simply couldn’t say no. It’s truthfully a dream for me. And likewise a little bit bit terrifying.”
Deadline Hollywood first reported the information.
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