It took only a few days since a new version of Cinderella came to settle in the trends. Is about Cinderella, released last week directly on Amazon Prime Video and starring Camila Cabello, Nicholas Galitzine, Idina Menzel and Billy Porter. On this occasion, the feature film is proposed as a modern musical that respects the classic fairy tale combining it with a daring side.
But this film was not the only adaptation: from that first film of Cinderella, the cinema has registered dozens of new versions. Some that respect conventional history and others that give it a contemporary twist and that pose new Cinderellas in alternative settings. If you liked Camila Cabello’s version and you want to see other productions, here we present three to watch on streaming platforms.
+ 3 other versions of Cinderella to watch on streaming platforms
3. The New Cinderella: A Christmas Wish
Starring Laura Marano, Isabella Gomez and Gregg Sulkin, this new version of Cinderella premiered in 2019 and is available to enjoy at Netflix. The story is very similar to what we already know, but with a twist. Under the yoke of her vain stepmother and cruel stepsisters, an aspiring singer must work as an elf until she finds her own Christmas miracle.
2. The New Cinderella
If you were born in the 90s, this is surely one of the movies you remember the most from your childhood. If you want to see it again, you can find it in the catalog of HBO Max. The film released in 2004 Updates the classic fairy tale: High school student Sam Montgomery lives in the service of her obsessive stepmother and stepsisters. It was starred by Hilary Duff, Chad Michael Murray, Regina King y Jennifer Coolidge.
If you have contracted the streaming service of Disney+, you should not miss a reversion of the classic released in 2015. Its protagonists are nothing less than Cate Blanchett y Lily James, those in charge of telling this story full of imagination. Despite being mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters, the spirited Ella decides to take charge of her destiny. Add a royal dance, a fairy godmother (Helena Bonham Carter) and a glass slipper and suddenly the magic comes true.
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