Sneakerella: Disney+ Official Release Date and Teaser Trailer

Disney’s “Sneakerella” film, which was first announced in 2020, is a contemporary, modern reworking of the classic Cinderella story. The film is unrelated to the Disney animated picture or its live-action version from 2015. It’s a unique new “pop/hip-hop musical that imbues the Cinderella fairy tale with a sneaker culture imprint.”

“‘Sneakerella’ takes a bright, modern perspective to a cherished story by implying that magic is the consequence of hard work and perseverance, and that it exists within each of us,” said Lauren Kisilevsky, Disney Channel’s Vice President of Original Movies. “Liz Allen’s singular vision, Lexi and Chosen’s great chemistry, the incredible music, and the gravity-defying choreography will bring this film to life and inspire audiences of all ages,” says the press release.

Chosen Jacobs, best known for “It: Chapter One,” plays El, the hero of the modern fairy tale, and Lexi Underwood, best known for “Little Fires Everywhere,” plays Keri King, the “princess” of the story in Disney’s “Sneakerella” (via Deadline). Darius King will be played by former NBA champion John Salley, and Denise King will be played by Yvonne Senat Jones.

Tamara Chestna, George Gore II, and Mindy Stern wrote the screenplay, which will be directed by veteran television director Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum, who will also serve as an executive producer. Executive producers Jane Startz and Rachel Watanabe-Batton are also on board.

The official trailer for the first Disney+ day, which was released on November 12, 2021, makes the film appear to be finished. As a result, “Sneakerella” is unlikely to face any further delays and should arrive on February 18, the week before Valentine’s Day.

On February 18, 2022, the Disney original “Sneakerella” will be accessible exclusively on Disney+.

Written by Ruth Mia Davis

Stay at home mom to two girls by day and author by night. All things Netflix & Disney.

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