|Directed by:||Ross Venokur|
|Produced by:|| John H. Williams|
|Written by:||Ross Venokur|
|Starring:|| Demi Lovato|
|Country:|| United States|
Charming is a 2017 upcoming American-Canadian 3D computer-animated musical comedy film directed and written by Ross Venokur. The film explores the untold stories of Cinderella (Ashley Tisdale), Snow White (Avril Lavigne) and Sleeping Beauty (G.E.M.) who discover that they are all engaged to the same Prince Charming. Under the spell of a wicked Queen, Prince Charming (Wilmer Valderrama), led by the heroine Lenore (Demi Lovato), must go on an epic journey to find his true, true love.
The story is re-imagines of the tales of Cinderella, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty after they discover they are all engaged to the same Prince Charming. Under the spell of a wicked Queen, Prince Charming, led by the heroine Lenore, must go on an epic journey to find his true, true love.
- Demi Lovato as Lenore
- Avril Lavigne as Snow White
- Ashley Tisdale as Cinderella
- G.E.M. as Sleeping Beauty
- Wilmer Valderrama as Prince Charming
- Sia Furler as Half Oracle
On September 18, 2014, it was announced that producers John H. Williams and Henry Skelsey's newly formed animated production company 3QU Media would be developing its first film Charming with Vanguard Animation, and in association with Cinesite. Ross Venokur would direct the film based on his own script, and the film's budget would be under $20 million. On February 19, 2015, Demi Lovato was cast in the film to provide her female lead voice for the role of Lenore, and she would also executive produce the music score for the film. On August 5, 2015, Avril Lavigne, Ashley Tisdale, and G.E.M. joined the cast to voice Snow White, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, respectively. SC Films International would handle the international sales for the film. Prince Charming has now been cast as Wilmer Valderrama.
Production on the film is underway at the new animation studio Cinesite in Montreal.
On November 2015, it was announced that Lovato will be responsible for the executive production of the movie's soundtrack. Australian recording artist and songwriter Sia (who is also a member of the voice cast) wrote two songs 'Balladino' and 'Magical', performed by Furler and Lovato respectively. Also, Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump penned a song named 'Trophy Boy', which will be sung by Lavigne, Tisdale and G.E.M. .