With production on Disney’s Into The Woods now underway, the first photos from the set have surfaced online and depict lead stars Anna Kendrick and Chris Pine.
The movie adaptation of Into The Woods kicked off shooting in London last week, and the photos below appear to depict Cinderella’s wedding. Other cast members on set in the photos include Christine Baranski, Lucy Punch, Tammy Blanchard, MacKenzie Mauzy, Billy Magnussen, James Corden, and Emily Blunt.
The film will include classic songs from the stage version like “Children Will Listen,” “Giants in the Sky,” “On the Steps of the Palace,” “No One Is Alone,” and “Agony.” An entirely new song is being penned by creator Stephen Sondheim for the film.
Check out the photos on Broadway World.
The star-studded cast list is as follows:
– Meryl Streep: The Witch
– Emily Blunt: The Baker’s Wife
– James Corden: The Baker
– Anna Kendrick: Cinderella
– Chris Pine: Cinderella’s Prince
– Johnny Depp: The Wolf
– Lilla Crawford: Little Red Riding Hood
– Daniel Huttlestone: Jack
– Tracey Ullman: Jack’s Mother
– Christine Baranski: The Stepmother
– MacKenzie Mauzy: Rapunzel
– Billy Magnussen: The Price who courts Rapunzel
– Tammy Blanchard and Lucy Punch: Cinderella’s stepsisters Florinda and Lucinda
Into The Woods opens in theaters on Christmas Day in 2014.
Thanks to Broadway World, who rounded up the photos from Instagram.
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