It looks like Camila Cabello's Cinderella movie is heading back into production.
Deadline reports the Sony movie, which had its filming delayed amid the coronavirus pandemic, has resumed filming in the UK with low-level production.
The shoot is expected to continue through September, with stars including Camila, James Corden, Minnie Driver, Pierce Brosnan and Idina Menzel returning to the set for the first time since lockdown.
Directed by Kay Cannon, Cinderella will be a musical reimagining of the classic fairytale — with Camila in the lead role.
To make proceedings COVID-19 safe, the actors and crews are staying separately in apartments.
Rehearsals for the project are already underway, with both the members of the production team and the actors (while they're not filming) required to wear masks.
Catering for the project has also been changed, with the usual buffet style spread ditched in favour of individually wrapped and pre-boxed dishes.
The number of people on set at one time has also been scaled back to help social distancing measures be more easily realised.
Thankfully for the film, the larger crowd scenes were shot before coronavirus saw production close down.
Despite the production setback, Cinderella is still slated for a February 2021 release date — with Billy Porter and John Mulaney also in the cast.
Cinderella is expected to hit cinemas on February 5, 2021.
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