Retelling of the fairy tale of the same name. Cinderella, adopted daughter of an upper-class lady, is made a slave in her own home. While her mother and ugly stepsisters are out at the royal ball she gets a surprise visit from a friend.
The Walt Disney Studios proudly announces the addition of Lady and the Tramp and Cinderella to its coveted, cutting-edge Blu-ray Diamond Collection line-up of animated classics. Released from the Disney vault for a limited time only, the lovingly pampered cocker spaniel and the mutt from across the tracks will unveil on February 7, 2012 and Cinderella's clock will strike midnight in Fall 2012.
Disney's Blu-ray Diamond Collection represents The Walt Disney Studios' most prestigious and treasured animated classics. Diamond Edition titles boast the highest level of picture and sound; feature groundbreaking, state-of-the-art immersive bonus content; and include unprecedented levels of interactivity, personalization and customization, made possible because of Blu-ray technology.Read More
Woods was 81.
She was born Jacquelyn Ruth Woods and began her career in radio, singing weekly for ABC's "The Ilene Woods Show". She went on to record a demo for the Disney feature. Walt Disney himself hired Woods for Cinderella soon after.Read More
It seems that Disney is looking to reimagine one of its animated classics with a new live-action film. Deadline New York is reporting that Disney has bought a new pitch for a live-action film based off of Cinderella.
Screenwriter Aline Brosh McKenna sold the pitch to Disney and Simon Kinberg will be producing the film. It wasn't said how much the film will deviate from the original Cinderella film, or whether the film will be in 3D or not.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, with first-week sales pegged by industry sources at 3.2 million units, Buena Vista Home Entertainment's lavish new special edition of Cinderella glided to the top of the national video sales charts for the week ending October 9.
Two high-profile theatrical features released on video the same week, Universal's The Interpreter and Sony/MGM's Amityville Horror, paled in comparison, with the 55-year-old animated classic selling more than twice as many DVDs as both titles combined. Based on an average street price of $20, Cinderella in one week has generated consumer spending of more than $60 million. Cinderella knocked last week's top seller, 20th Century Fox's Robots, to the No. 2 spot on VideoScan's First Alert DVD sales chart.Read More
Movie Picture In honor of it's debut onto DVD, We're giving away copies of the limited platinum edition of one of the most beloved animated tales of all time, Cinderella.
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