There are a lot of movies set to be released in 2016. Stories of prince and princesses are already a museum piece. What plot twists can the upcoming American-Canadian 3D computer-animated musical comedy film “Charming” can give us? Hopefully, eating a poisoned apple won’t steal the limelight again. Read on for more.
“Charming” movie brought a real impact when the producer John addressed the twist that the prince will actually meet his unexpected true love – no it is not a “princess,” Deadline revealed.
First Latin Prince Wilmer Valderrama will star as the Prince Charming with his real-life partner Demi Lovato as Lenore. Together with them is the actress who’s been remarkably known in “High School Musical Trilogy” Ashley Tisdale as Cinderella and the Pop Punk Princess Avril Lavigne as Snow White.
What makes it more exciting is that the singer-songwriter Hong Kongese Gloria Tang Tsz-kei, known for the acronym G.E.M. (Get Everybody Moving), will also star as Sleeping Beauty in the upcoming “Charming” movie. She has made two appearances in movies “Love Connected” and “Trick or Cheat.”
This no typical classic Sleeping Beauty of 1959 will be her first Hollywood debut.
Its casting really considered as star-studded because fans of the Hollywood power couple Wilmer Valderrama and Demi Lovato sees the chance that the two can be each other’s onscreen love interest. Also, the presence of Avril Lavigne is expected to give a modern feel in “Charming” movie.
These can also be an aid as they wait long for the 2018 release of “Frozen 2,” Bustle.com reported.
“Our purpose is to produce mainstream and commercially successful CG-animated family films with elements of comedy, adventure, romance and personal inspiration for the global market,” John Williams said in Variety.
He will be the producer of this movie together with Henry Skelsey in the production of 3QU Media. The story is written and directed by Ross Venukor under the budget of $20 million dollars. It will be the first of four films that 3QU Media has funded.
Photo source: Facebook/Wilmer Valderrama