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The Swashbucklingly Simple Formula That Keeps Pirates of the Caribbean Drifting Right Along Buena Vista To begin, some numbers. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has made over $1.27 billion at the domestic box office. Worldwide, the four films of the venerable Disney series have made over $3.72 billion. On average, each film has made nearly $300M during each American release.

A fairytale so deeply embedded in the collective unconscious that it has given its name to a whole category of stories, the Cinderella myth has been cinematically retold, reimagined, recreated and riffed upon countless times. In fact, recently it has felt like the only thing you can do with such a cornball story is reimagine it, to make it relevant to a modern audience, and to address its fundamentally regressive gender politics.

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A New Trailer for Cinderella

Filmonic - Thu, 2015-02-12 14:16

A New Trailer for Cinderella Cinderella is now only a month away so this could very well be the final trailer for the live-action Kenneth Branagh directed retelling of the classic fairytale. So I can’t say I’m on board with Cinderella just yet, although this trailer shows that maybe there’s more to the story than we were first lead to […] Read A New Trailer for Cinderella on Filmonic.

A prince ignores his duties for love in the new trailer for Cinderella Despite Kenneth Branagh (JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT, THOR) at the helm and Chris Weitz (THE GOLDEN COMPASS, ABOUT A BOY) behind the screenplay, CINDERELLA looks to be Disney's animated film brought to life, through and through. You'd be hard-pressed to find any pivotal plot points that deviate from what everyone's familiar from in this latest trailer, although what this film lacks... Read More...

Star Wars Bits: J.J Abrams’ Reaction to Harrison Ford’s Injury; Plus ‘Star Wars 1′ Easter Eggs, Han Solo Video Game From the set of The Force Awakens, to its concept art and everything in between, it’s a busy day in Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following: Read how J.J.

George Lucas Confirms He Was Working on STAR WARS Sequels before Selling Lucasfilm to Disney A great sigh of relief went out among fans when they learned George Lucas wouldn't be involved with the Star Wars sequels following the sale of Lucasfilm to Disney.  Instead, he's moved on to an original property by writing the story for the upcoming animated family film, Strange Magic.  However, since he's doing press for that film, he's still going to get asked about Star Wars, and thankfully he's been willing to comment on the upcoming sequels. Over a year ago, we reported that Lucas had been working on Star Wars: Episode VII before Disney acquired Lucasfilm, and he confirmed this report

Watch: New Footage Featured In ‘Cinderella’ New Year's Teaser, Sneak Peek & Featurette "Midnight Changes Everything." Disney were attempting to be a little clever on New Year’s Eve. They released a teaser and then brand new trailer sneak peek of “Cinderella” at midnight as we all rang in 2015.

Disney Releases New Trailer For Live-Action Cinderella Disney has released a trailer for their upcoming live-action Cinderella movie. The film stars Lily James as Ella, Helena Bonham Carter as the fairy godmother, Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother,  and Richard Madden as the prince. It is directed by Kenneth Branagh. Cinderella rides into theaters March 13th. Click here to view the embedded video. Disney Releases New Trailer For Live-Action Cinderella

Disney Releases New Trailer For Live-Action Cinderella Disney has released a trailer for their upcoming live-action Cinderella movie. The film stars Lily James as Ella, Helena Bonham Carter as the fairy godmother, Cate Blanchett as the wicked stepmother,  and Richard Madden as the prince. It is directed by Kenneth Branagh. Cinderella rides into theaters March 13th. Click here to view the embedded video. Disney Releases New Trailer For Live-Action Cinderella

Walt Disney Pictures is promoting a "Countdown To Midnight" sneak peek, which means at midnight, or around midnight, new footage from Kenneth Branagh's live-action Cinderella film will be shown. Cool beans, and you can see a sneak peek below. But they are doing this promotion all around the globe, I guess, and since the new year has already arrived in Australia that means the new one minute of footage from film has already been released.

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