When Disney first opened Cinderella in the parks, you’d never thought to look at it on a giant screen in a hotel bar.
The film was only released in theaters in North America in 1991.
It opened in China in 1992, and then on the Disney Movies Anywhere platform in China as well in 1997, and the UK in 1999.
The film eventually won five Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Song and Best Original Score, and its sequel was released in 2012.
The Walt Disney Co. and Pixar announced plans for a sequel in October of 2017, but the project has been in the works for years.
In 2016, Disney released a new version of Cinderella starring Idina Menzel, who plays Cinderella’s sister.
That sequel opened in 2017, and it starred the new cast of Idina Manhart, Emma Watson, Michaela Watkins, Josh Gad and Emma Stone.
The new film stars Idina, Michael Fassbender, Josh Brolin, Idina Guzman, and Michaela.
Disney has since released an updated version of the film for the new platform, with Idina playing Cinderella in a new Cinderella: Sleeping Beauty film.
The updated version is set to be released in 2017 and will feature a cast of five more women.
The 2017 Disney movie has already grossed $2.4 billion in worldwide box office gross.
The next big franchise Disney is looking to launch is The Jungle Book, which has already opened in theaters.
The Jungle is based on the books of Disney’s best-selling children’s book series and is set in an enchanted land where humans live in harmony with animals.
It has already earned over $1 billion at the global box office.
The new film will be released on May 24, 2018.