Kay Cannon spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the new musical, Cinderella, launching September 3 on Amazon Prime Video. There have been so many Cinderella films over the years including the Disney film in 2015. Did you have any hesitation to take on the project when James Corden and company reached out? Kay Cannon: Well, initially, I absolutely did because Cinderella wasn’t a fairy tale that I really related to. I was more of…"Kay Cannon talks Cinderella"
Writer-director Kay Cannon makes movie magic once again with one of the most original takes on Cinderella to hit the big or small screen. Cannon’s take is one that truly subverts everything we know about the fairy tale. Not even Walt Disney would have been able to come up with a take such as this. What Cannon does here is bold and unique. Granted, there wasn’t much of a push for diversity on screen when…"Cinderella: Kay Cannon Makes Movie Magic Again"
Cinderella is joining the Walt Disney Signature Collection with a new Blu-ray release in honor of the animated classic’s upcoming 70th anniversary in 2020. For the studio’s 12th animated feature film, Walt Disney and company turned to a fairy tale written by Charles Perrault. This story would prove to be a solid choice in adapting. I can point out the obvious with Cinderella fulfilling the Disney trope of a parent dying in the film. The…"Cinderella joins Walt Disney Signature Collection"