Cinderella 2015 Film | Disney Live-Action | Helena Bonham Carter

What's your review of Disney's 2015 live-action Cinderella remake with Helena Bonham Carter as the Fairy Godmother? #Cinderella #HelenaBonhamCarter #liveaction My love of Helena Bonham Carter movies is eternal, but how does the live-action Cinderella remake hold up? Did you see the trailer and then rush out to see the full movie or buy the DVD or blu ray? I’d love to know your own reviews if you saw it in the cinema or streamed it online! You can scroll down for more information, or check out the Rotten Tomatoes rating, IMDb page, or Wikipedia article!

About Disney’s Cinderella Movie 2015

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Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Cinderela, 신데렐라, La cenicienta, Cenicienta, Cenicienta 2015, 仙履奇缘

Directed by Kenneth Branagh

Produced by Simon Kinberg, Allison Shearmur, David Barron

Screenplay by Chris Weitz

Based on Disney's Cinderella Cendrillon by Charles Perrault

Starring Cate Blanchett, Lily James, Richard Madden, Stellan Skarsgård, Holliday Grainger, Derek Jacobi, Helena Bonham Carter

Music by Patrick Doyle

Cinematography: Haris Zambarloukos

Edited by Martin Walsh

Production companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Kinberg Genre, Allison Shearmur Productions, Beagle Pug Films

Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Release date: February 13, 2015 (Berlin), March 13, 2015 (United States), March 27, 2015 (United Kingdom)

Running time: 106 minutes

Budget: $95–100 million

Box office: $542.4 million

Cinderella Plot from Wikipedia: “Ella and her parents live a humble but happy life until her mother falls ill. Ella promises to follow her mother's dying wish: to have courage and be kind. Years later, Ella's father marries Lady Tremaine, who has two unpleasant daughters, Drisella and Anastasia. Ella's father leaves on business, and Lady Tremaine reveals her cruel and jealous nature, pushing Ella to give up her bedroom to the stepsisters and move to the attic. When Ella's father unexpectedly dies, Lady Tremaine dismisses the household staff to save money and forces all their chores on Ella. Seeing Ella's face covered in cinders after sleeping by the fireplace, her step-family mockingly dubs her Cinderella. Distraught, Ella rides off into the woods where she happens to encounter Kit, the crown prince, hunting. He hides that he is a prince and instead introduces himself as a palace apprentice. Ella and Kit take a liking to each other, but they part without him learning her name. The King discovers he has little time left to live, and urges Kit to take a princess as his bride at the upcoming royal ball. Kit persuades his father to also invite every eligible maiden in the kingdom, hoping to see Ella again.”

Live-Action Cinderella Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Songs:

Film score by Patrick Doyle

Released: March 10, 2015

Recorded: Air Lyndhurst Studios (London)

A Golden Childhood

The Great Secret

A New Family

Life and Laughter

The First Branch

Nice and Airy


The Stag

Rich Beyond Reason

Fairy Godmother

Pumpkins and Mice

You Shall Go

Valse Royale

Who Is She?

La Valse De L'amour

La Valse Champagne La Polka Militaire

La Polka De Paris

A Secret Garden

La Polka De Minuit

Choose That One

Pumpkin Pursuit

The Slipper

Shattered Dreams

Searching the Kingdom

Ella and Kit

Courage and Kindness

A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes

Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)

Strong (Instrumental Version)

A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes

Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)

Live-Action Cinderella Cast and Characters:

Cate Blanchett Stepmother

Lily James Cinderella

Richard Madden Prince

Helena Bonham Carter Fairy Godmother

Nonso Anozie Captain

Stellan Skarsgård Grand Duke

Sophie McShera Drisella

Holliday Grainger Anastasia

Derek Jacobi King

Ben Chaplin Ella's Father

Hayley Atwell Ella's Mother

Rob Brydon Master Phineus

Zizi Strallen

Music by Patrick Doyle

Cinematography by Haris Zambarloukos (director of photography)

Film Editing by Martin Walsh

Casting By Lucy Bevan

Production Design by Dante Ferretti

Art Direction by Maria-Teresa Barbasso, Anthony Caron-Delion, Gary Freeman (supervising art director), Paul Laugier (on set art director), Stuart Rose (senior art director), Alex Santucci, Leslie Tomkins (supervising art director), Ravi Bansal, Daniela Giovannoni

Decoration by Francesca Lo Schiavo (as Francesca Loschiavo-Ferretti)

Costume Design by

Sandy Powell

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