Charles Perrault was born on this day in 1628. He’s the man you’ll want to thank/curse for all those impossible-to-escape viral Disney princess remixes.
Disney is once again forcing us to relive our childhoods, this time with a live-action film version of Mulan.
The pretty and fragile victim trope continues to dominate the American box office (Maleficent, Frozen) this time with Cinderella. The Disney movie brought in $23 Million on Friday and is expected to complete the weekend with $70 million. Cinderella's budget was $95 million, so looks like the execs about to get theirs…
Has there ever been a movie as sugary as the live-action Cinderella? It's like stuffing your face with cake, until cake is all up inside your nostrils and you have a frosting-beard. And yet, this movie also has moments of actual emotion and believable characterization here and there, which make it surprisingly great.
If you didn't know that Lily James was playing Cinderella in Disney's live-action version of the well-worn classic, you certainly do now after seeing the princess-worthy, Elie Saab Couture gown (complete with a clock purse and see-through heels) that she wore to the premiere.
Last week, Lauren "LC" Conrad released a line of clothing called Cinderella by LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl's. But Cinderella, this ain't.
Everyone's freaking out about Disney's Cinderella, and it's not just because the movie looks like a technicolor eyegasm; it's also because Disney may have extended the realm of Fantasy to Cinderella herself, digitally altering Lily James' waist to make it even tinier than it already is.
There's a new trailer for Disney's upcoming live-action remake of Cinderella, directed by Kenneth Branagh and featuring Cate Blanchett as the Wicked Stepmother. It looks like a glorious drunken rococo pile of satin and chiffon. Which is to say: surprisingly delightful.
Well, here is the trailer for the new live-action Cinderella which definitely does not star Carly Rae Jepsen but does feature Lily James, plus Cate Blanchett as her (reheaded) Wicked Stepmother, Helena Bonham Carter as her Fairy Godmother and Richard Madden aka Robb Stark as Prince Charming. Helena Bonham Carter and…
Fairy tales and folklore come from a variety of sources, changing as they are told and retold. And some of these tales have been inspired by real historical figures, whose lives either formed the genesis of the story or altered it along the way. So what is fact and what is fiction?
Following a stint by pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen, the Broadway show Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella is getting another interesting casting choice: former Nickelodeon star Keke Palmer will take on the lead role, becoming the first black Cinderella on The Great White Way.
Forget your "happily ever after," Disney princesses.
If you ever wanted to know what it would look like if the same people who created those shadow-y De Beer's commercials from the '90s started making movie trailers, this teaser from Disney's live-action Cinderella sums it up.
Not that Disney had ever dialed it back on the princess thing, but the recent mania surrounding Frozen has really amped it up, making Elsa a new classic, right up there with Cinderella. But the true test of a Disney princess' popularity and staying power is not how much money she earns for Disney, but how much she…
Halle Berry is making the media rounds for her new movie Frankie & Alice and during a chat on Steve Harvey's radio show today, she said she'd read his book Think Like A Man three times. At that moment, I began to worry about Halle.
Recently, Jezebel's own Kate Dries and Madeleine Davies ventured out to see Carly Rae Jepsen star in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella on Broadway. This is their discussion from the following day.
Disney's live action Cinderella movie is so wonderfully beholden to the animated source material, it will make your heart swell. And we've seen a large chunk of it, including the Evil Stepmother, Cate Blanchett — who makes her grand entrance with A CAT ON A LEASH.