If we must take a revisionist sledgehammer to our most beloved fairy tales, the results should always turn out to be as interesting as "Maleficent."
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The "Downton Abbey" actress will star in Disney's upcoming live-action version of the classic fairy tale that Kenneth Branagh will direct. Cate Blanchett co-stars as the evil stepmother.
In the end, Cinderella’s glass slipper just didn't fit Emma Watson. Thesp's reps couldn't work out a deal with Disney for her to star in the studio's live action retelling of the fairy tale that…
Initially, Lez Brotherston's grand, gothic design outdoes the drama but Bourne's more dynamic and dangerous second half creates dance for the "Twilight" generation.
Revered "provoc-auteur" Marco Bellocchio ("Vincere") is stirring Italo ire with his latest hot-button project, "Sleeping Beauty," which takes its cue from a divisive local right-to die case similar…
After tackling thorny issues pertaining to church, state and repressive forces in Italy for more than 40 years, Marco Bellocchio isn't about to mellow out now.
Film's frustratingly elliptical style and lack of character insight give it a distinctly first-draft feel.
Strand Releasing has picked up all U.S. rights to Catherine Breillat's French pic "Sleeping Beauty" from Pyramide Intl., which is repping the film at the American Film Market.
Gallic helmer Catherine Breillat fractures another fairy tale, with "The Sleeping Beauty."