The next Cinderella Story is getting an infusion of holiday magic. Warner Bros Home Entertainment is releasing the new installment to the Cinderella franchise in October, and its going by the name “A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish.” The movie is releasing on Digital on October 15th, and on Blu-ray on October 29th.
The contemporary musical follows Katherine “Kat” Decker, who dreams of becoming a famous singer-songwriter. In reality, Kat is smothered by her conniving and cruel stepfamily and a demoralizing job working as a singing elf at billionaire Terrence Wintergarden’s Santa Land. Things pick up when she starts to fall for Nick, the handsome new Santa at the tree lot. Unfortunately, when her stepmother and stepsisters realize Kat has been invited to the prestigious Wintergarden Christmas Gala, they’ll stop at nothing to procure their own invitation and keep Kat from attending. The studio teases the story adding, “With the help of her attentive dog, a true friend, and a little bit of holiday magic, Kat may just make it to the gala, discover the true identity of Nick, and experience the true meaning of Christmas.”
This marks the fifth installment in the A Cinderella Story movie series, and the first one with a Christmas theme. Other titles include “A Cinderella Story” with Hilary Duff, “Another Cinderella Story” with Selena Gomez, “A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song” with Lucy Hale, and “A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits” with Sofia Carson.
“A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish” is written and directed by Michelle Johnston, who directed the last installment of A Cinderella Story after choreographing the first four and serving as a producer on the past three. Dylan Sellers, keeper of the A Cinderella Story franchise, returns for his fifth turn as producer. Trygge Toven and Toko Nagata serve as the music supervisors. Production Services were provided by Front Street Pictures Inc. The film is produced in association with Blue Ribbon Content for Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
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