Santiago Cabrera Gets Godmothered

 

 

Good news for Santiago Cabrera fans!  Cabrera has been cast in the new Disney movie “Godmothered”.

The movie is a comedy which takes place at Christmas.  A young inexperienced fairy godmother in training is distressed to hear that her profession is becoming extinct.  She decides to take matters into her own hands when she finds a letter from a distressed 12 year old girl.  Much to her surprise she finds the little girl is now in her 40’s, a widowed single mother working at a Boston news station, who no longer believes in happily ever after.  Enter her fairy godmother who is determined to make her happily ever after happen.
The film stars Isla Fisher and Jillian BellJane Curtin is the head of the fairy godmothers.
Santiago will play one of the unhappy widow’s co-workers.  Maybe he will be her happily ever after!  He would make a great prince.
The film is currently in production in Boston.  Sounds like it might be a Christmas release.
What do you think of Santiago’s new role?  Let us know in the comments.

7 Comments

  1. Yay. Santi in anything is wonderful.

  2. He would make the perfect prince, can’t wait to see this new movie!!!

  3. I am very happy to hear of Santiago’s new endever working with Disney! It will be great to see him in a comedy again. I know for a fact that his performance will be outstanding as always! I will be anxiously awaiting for this release!👍

  4. I can’t wait to see this because I love Santiago Cabrera! He is an excellent actor, and also has great timing and delivery doing comedy. Thank you for casting him for this!

  5. Lovely news,,Santi is a great all rounder of an actor. I look forward to this film very much.

  6. Santiago is great actor who can play everything.There is no bad role. What males an actor famous is his qualité of interpretation. And I must say that Santiago has this faculté to put himself in the place of his character and to make a modest production “a masterpiece”.

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