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Kay Cannon’s most Awaited Musical Movie: Cinderella

The renowned and most awaited American musical romantic comedy movie Cinderella is set to be released in 2021. Screenplay and direction is by Kay Cannon.

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It is a modern musical version of the classic fairy tale Cinderella. Camila Cabello is playing the role of the beautiful Cinderella The Grammy nominated singer is going to make her debut acting for the movie. She is also involved in the music of the film. The team has confirmed on December 11 that Brosnan is going to play the role of king, who is the father of The Prince charming.

The role of the Adonis Prince Robert is played by Nicholas Galitzine. Billy porter has also joined the team of Cinderella. he is playing the role of the God grandmother. Other casts are Minnie Driver, Maddie Baillio, Charlotte Spencer, John Mulavey, also Nikita Chadda as the princess.

Kay cannon's most awaited musical movie: Cinderella

Production has began in the start of this year but was suspended for few weeks due to the global pandemic. Filming of the movie first began on February 13.

Cinderella

Cinderella is the favorite character of many  people. She is one of the most feminist tenacious and kindhearted woman. Cinderella as a person is a victim of many abuse and neglect but it in spite of these malign actions against her,  she is known for her kindness. She is a standard for any film with a female lead.

Kay cannon's most awaited musical movie: Cinderella

The way her story is told through modern adaptation shows the evolution of both the strong and evolving ideas about feminism and female representation. Before this in 2015 one Cinderella movie was released, also there are many versions of animated movies which are based on the fairy tale Cinderella. But the upcoming Kay cannon’s Cinderella is going to be different because it is a musical movie. It will be released in Real ID 3D, Dolby cinema and IMAX on February 5th 2021.

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