Disney wants Emma Watson is the new Cinderella

Emma Watson, cinema, film, Disney, Holllywood, Cinderella, 2013Disney is negotiating with actress Emma Watson to become the next Cinderella in another adaptation of the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Although there are other candidates for the lead role, Watson seems to be the favorite to interpret her.

According to the web information Variety, The Disney factory and would be in contact with the actress Emma Watson to interpret the main character in the flesh version of "Cinderella". Kenneth Branagh, the director of the film, is one of those who would agree that the actress plays the poor girl.

Is not yet final that the sweet magic Hermione has the role of Cinderella, but she is the favorite from a list of candidates who have names like Gabriella Wilde ("The Three Musketeers"), Imogen Poots ("Need for Speed​​" ) and Alicia Vikander ("Anna Karenina").

Currently one of the characters in the film is already covered. This is nothing more and nothing less than that of the wicked stepmother in Cinderella, who will star actress Cate Blanchett. The makeup team will have to work very hard if they want to make that the stepmother not be as attractive to the own Cinderella.

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Not the first time this fantasy character gets in the way of Emma Watson. In 2009 her name rang loudly to participate in a musical about Cinderella that was to be written and directed by none other than Marilyn Mason. We prefer not to imagine what would have been the outcome of the story on stage.

After playing throughout her childhood and adolescence the apprentice wizard Hermione in one of the most successful franchises, "Harry Potter", Emma Watson has become one of the actresses who has had more work after at the end of this series of films.

If we have seen her in movies such as "My Week with Marilyn" and "The Perks of Being a Wallflower", even we going to see her in others that are about to open. Pending the release of "Noah", version of the biblical story of Noah's Ark directed by American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky. "The Bling Ring", the latest from Sofia Coppola. The comedy "This Is the End" that direct writers and Canadian filmmakers Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen. And if you still do not have enough, Emma Watson has just signed for the drama "Your Voice in My Head" that will direct the director, screenwriter and film and television British producer David Yates.

So if you intend to stay with her to go out for lunch, dinner or go on vacation, you will have to wait a long time to have a hole in her very busy schedule.

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