A Cinderella Story (film series)

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A Cinderella Story
Created byLeigh Dunlap
Original workA Cinderella Story
Films and television
Film(s)
Audio
Soundtrack(s)

A Cinderella Story is an American series of films created by Leigh Dunlap, and based on Cinderella. The film series is owned by Warner Bros. The first film was theatrically released, while the following three films were released direct-to-video.[1]

Films[edit]

Cast[edit]

Key
  • A Y indicates the actor portrayed the role of a younger version of the character.
  • A dark gray cell indicates the character was not in the film.
Characters Films
A Cinderella Story Another Cinderella Story A Cinderella Story:
Once Upon a Song
A Cinderella Story:
If the Shoe Fits
2004 2008 2011 2016
Sam Montgomery Hilary Duff
Hannah RobinsonY
 
Austin Ames Chad Michael Murray  
Fiona Jennifer Coolidge  
Brianna Madeline Zima
Carlie WestermanY
 
Gabriella Andrea Avery
Lilli BabbY
 
Rhonda Regina King  
Carter Ferrell Dan Byrd  
Shelby Cummings Julie Gonzalo  
Madision Erica Hubbard  
Caitlyn Kady Cole  
Mary Santiago   Selena Gomez
Nicole MuñozY
Mia Aida DuranY
 
Joey Parker   Drew Seeley  
Dominique Blatt   Jane Lynch  
Britt Blatt   Emily Perkins  
Bree Blatt   Katharine Isabelle  
Tami   Jessica Parker Kennedy  
Dustin   Marcus T. Paulk  
Natalia Faroush   Nicole LaPlaca  
Katie Gibbs   Lucy Hale  
Luke Morgan   Freddie Stroma  
Gail Van Ravensway   Missi Pyle  
Beverly "Bev" Van Ravensway   Megan Park  
Victor Van Ravensway   Matthew Lintz  
Angela   Jessalyn Wanlim  
Ravi / Tony Gupta   Manu Narayan  
Mickey O' Malley   Titus Makin Jr.  
Guy Morgan   Dikran Tulaine  
Tessa / Bella   Sofia Carson
Reed West   Thomas Law
Divine   Jennifer Tilly
Athena   Amy Louise Wilson
Olympia   Jazzara Jaslyn
Georgie   Nicole Fortuin
Freddie Marks   David Ury

Crew[edit]

Crew/Detail Film
A Cinderella Story Another Cinderella Story A Cinderella Story:
Once Upon a Song
A Cinderella Story:
If the Shoe Fits
A Cinderella Story:
Christmas Wish
2004 2008 2011 2016 TBA
Director Mark Rosman Damon Santostefano Michelle Johnston
Producer(s) Clifford Werber
Ilyssa Goodman
Hunt Lowry
Dylan Sellers
Dylan Sellers Dylan Sellers
Michelle Johnston
Dylan Sellers
Writer(s) Leigh Dunlap Erik Patterson
Jessica Scott
Elena Song Michelle Johnston
Composer Christophe Beck John Paesano Braden Kimbell Jake Monaco
Distributor Warner Bros. Warner Premiere Warner Home Video
Release date July 16, 2004 September 16, 2008 September 6, 2011 August 2, 2016 TBA
Running time 95 minutes 92 minutes 88 minutes 93 minutes

Reception[edit]

ComingSoon.net said A Cinderella Story "was widely hated by both fans and critics". It said Another Cinderella Story was "met with praise" while A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song "was also deemed a flop by critics and moviegoers".[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wagmeister, Elizabeth (March 3, 2016). "Freeform Nabs TV Rights for Sofia Carson's 'Cinderella Story' Sequel". Variety. Retrieved April 1, 2019.
  2. ^ Desk, BWW News. "WB Begins Production On Fifth Installment In Film Franchise A CINDERELLA STORY: CHRISTMAS WISH". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved 29 April 2019.
  3. ^ Staff (January 23, 2015). "List of All Cinderella Movies: A History 1899 to 2015". ComingSoon.net. Retrieved April 2, 2019.

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