Camila Cabello (film debut), Billy Porter (Like A Boss), Idina Menzel (Uncut Gems), Nicholas Galitzine (The Craft: Legacy), Pierce Brosnan (The World Is Not Enough), Minnie Driver (Good Will Hunting), Maddie Baillio (Dumplin’), Charlotte Spencer (Misbehaviour), John Mulaney (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), James Corden (The Prom), Romesh Ranganathan (Age of Cannibals), Missy Elliott (Pootie Tang), Tallulah Greive (film debut), Luke Latchman (film debut), Fra Fee (Animals), Beverley Knight (film debut), Mary Higgins (Misbehaviour)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Kay Cannon (Blockers), director, writer; James Corden (film debut), Jonathan Kadin (film debut), Shannon McIntosh (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) and Leo Pearlman (The Class of ’92), producers; Andrew Dunn (Crazy, Stupid, Love), cinematographer; Stacey Schroeder (The Disaster Artist), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Cinderella (Cabello) is an ambitious orphan who, despite the wicked treatment she receives from her evil step-mother (Menzel) and her two equally nasty step-sisters (Baillio and Spencer), dreams of meeting the handsome Prince Robert (Galitzine). Soon, with the help of her genderless fairy godparent the Fab G (Porter), her wish might indeed come true…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Pop superstar Camila Cabello makes her film debut in this new and modern musical update on the classic fairy tale, written and directed by Pitch Perfect screenwriter Kay Cannon, and produced by James Corden (who also has a small role in the film).