The animated version of Cinderella was made back on the days of Walt Disney himself who produced the movie in 1950. I can’t believe it was that long ago! News has broken today that Disney have reportedly got Aline Brosh McKenna to come on board to write a live action version of the movie. I guess this could be called a reboot?! When I think of a live action version of this movie, I keep thinking about Enchanted, the Disney movie that starred Amy Adams from from a couple of years ago – and that was surprisingly brilliant (in my opinion!).

Alice in Wonderland did extremely well at the box office and Disney seem to be look at projects that might work as live action movies too. According to Deadline:

Disney has made a 7-figure pitch deal  for Cinderella, the working title of a live action reimagining of the classic fairy tale to be written by Aline Brosh McKenna. She’s the scribe behind The Devil Wears Prada and 27 Dresses, and the upcoming Paramount comedy Morning Glory, and We Bought a Zoo, the Fox comedy which Cameron Crowe will direct–with Fox just setting a December 23, 2011 release date.

They go on to say that it’s not confirmed yet as to whether the movie will be 3d or not. I guess we’ll have to wait to find out.

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