‘Hurry Please’ Watch New Cinderella Clip


The clock is ticking that’s ticking down not to midnight but closer to the live action of Disney’s Cinderella and in this new clipHurry Please‘  it reenacts the classic scene.

Cinderella is the classic fairytale film and when you’ve established yourself as a leader in animation what better way is to recreate those iconic animations into Live action feature. End of the month you will be able to Kenneth Branagh bring his version of the 1950 classic animation which looks like will deliver something visually spectacular

The clip certainly shows that they will not hold back from recreating those scene we love as we see Cinders s her gorgeous glass slipper and disappears into the night in her carriage as the clock strikes 12…

If you admire the dazzling costumes or a student of fashion be it for film starting on 21st March until 10th April Walt Disney in association with Swarovski have created a fabulous exhibition which will have original costumes  and props from the film. Beautifully created by Bafta & Oscar winning designer  Sandy Powell with over 1.7 million crystals for the spellbinding costumes to bring added sparkle to Cinderella’s magical world. The highlight of exhibition will be the dazzling slipper, which plays such a pivotal role in the fairytale, was hewn from solid Swarovski crystal and features 221 facets in a light-reflecting Crystal Blue Aurora Borealis coating. Powell worked closely with Swarovski technicians at the headquarters of the crystal house in Austria to create the magnificent slipper.

What’s so great about the exhibition it’s absolutely free! The exhibition will take place at London’s Leicester Square Gardens from 21st March until 10th April, get your tickets here! With Easter coming up why not treat the kids to the film then a chance to enjoy the exhibition too.

Cinderella arrives in UK cinemas from 27th March we’ve seen the film we’ll have a new review soon but for now check out our review of the film from Berlin Film Festival.

Watch official Trailer

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