'A Cinderella Story: A Christmas Wish' Is Landing On Netflix
Yep, in case you missed its cinema release last October, the popular Warner Bros. film A Cinderella Story: A Christmas Wish is landing on the streaming platform on December 1st, just in time for the holidays.
Much like the others - which have starred TV favourites including Hilary Duff and Selena Gomez - the new film looks gloriously cheesy, stuffed with pantomime tropes and full of soppy romance. But, of course, this time it's also got a healthy pinch of Christmas cheer, too.
The movie stars Laura Marano (from Disney's Austin and Ally) as aspiring singer Kat Decker - who is working as a singing elf in Santaland and battling against her cruel stepfamily.
Kat falls for the handsome new Santa named Nick (Gregg Sulkin) at the tree lot, but her meddlesome family get in the way when they try to stop her attending the Wintergarden Christmas Gala with him.
As you'd expect from any Cinderella story, there's some magical twists along the way too, as it turns out that Nick might be hiding a secret identity.
The trailer teases much of the above, from the nasty treatment of her stepfamily to the glimmers of a potential romance between her and Nick.
We're also introduced to Kat's BFF Isla (Isabella Gomez from One Day at a Time), while Johannah Newmarch, Deirdre Decka, Barclay Hope and Lillian Doucet-Rouche also star.
A Cinderella Story first hit screens in 2004, starring Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray, but has since had three more instalments.
Selena Gomez took the lead in Another Cinderella Story while Lucy Hale fronted A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song.
The third in the series, A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits, was led by Sofia Carson.
You know what they say, you can never have too much of a good thing. Bring on the Christmas version.
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