To date Disney's live-action cinematic version of the fairytale Cinderella has grossed almost $340 million at the box office, and has finally opened in the U.K. just in time for the Easter holidays, so I think we can safely say it's been well received. Here's a selection of some of the original costumes and screen-used props featured in the movie on display at the infamous El Capitan Theatre along Hollywood Boulevard in L.A. on March 17, 2015.
To help bring the lavish, magical world of Cinderella to life, Production Designer Dante Ferretti and Costume Designer Sandy Powell visited an assortment of British National Trust properties and explored exquisite 19th century interiors and mixed-period textiles, in order to create their combined grand vision on the big screen in director Kenneth Branagh's film.
I'd seen these costumes worn by Richard Madden and Lily James in Cinderella previously on display at the ArcLight Sherman Oaks cinema, but that version of Ella's dress didn't have her apron for her chores.
If you like these authentic outfits, be sure to also check out Helena Bonham Carter's Fairy Godmother costume, Lily James Cinderella ball gown and Cate Blanchett's Lady Tremaine and the Stepsisters palace costumes also on display within this fantastic movie exhibit.
Go further behind-the-scenes with these books: Cinderella: A Night at the Ball
A Wish Your Heart Makes: From the Grimm Brothers' Aschenputtel to Disney's Cinderella (Disney Editions Deluxe (Film))