Lily James and Richard Madden, who play fantastical fairy-tale characters Cinderella and Prince Charming in the new, live-action film "Cinderella" are stopping by the far away lands of AOL BUILD for an interview.
The young on-screen couple have been stirring up plenty of buzz about their flick, which hits theaters March 13, as they hit various worldwide premieres. James, who is best known for her role on "Downton Abbey" has been keeping true to her character's whimsical roots and has stunned in a bevy of Princess-like ensembles on the red carpet as of late.
To hear more from the two stunning stars about their fabled roles, tune into AOL BUILD (above!) on Monday at 11 a.m. EST.
And for more on that fairy-tale fashion, check out all the stars who've dressed like their storybook characters in real life.
Stars Dress Like Their Fairytale Characters
'Cinderella' stars Lily James and Richard Madden stop by AOL BUILD
Lily James stunned as the cinder girl in a magical recreation of the classic blue ballgown for "Cinderella," which hits theaters March 13. The 25-year-old actress dazzled in a similarly ethereal Elie Saab couture gown at the "Cinderella" world premiere on March 1. We just hope the gorgeous dress didn't disappear at midnight!
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Angelina Jolie scared audiences as the dark fairy queen in "Maleficent" when the thorny tale was released in May 2014, thanks to harsh prosthetics and a horn-heavy wardrobe. Keeping to her chracter, the Oscar winner, 39, rocked an edgy leather gown at the "Maleficent" L.A. premiere. Though she arrived sans prosthetics, her spiked cuffs and wild gown were a total nod to her Mal's evil ways.
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"Into The Woods" star Emily Blunt wowed audiences as a baker's wife in the enchanting film. And apparently, Blunt was a fan of the fable fashions. The talented actress, 32, looked like she stepped right off of the set and straight to the premiere in a floral, embroidered frock and messy updo. We were just waiting for her to break out into song!
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Charlize Theron played the wicked Queen Ravenna in "Snow White and the Huntsman" -- and looked the part in structured, harsh costumes with high necklines. The South African beauty opted for a softer iteration of her character's wicked looks at the film's premiere, in a black, gauzy Dior number.
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Kristen Bell voiced Anna in the wildly-popular film "Frozen," but she channeled her character's older sister Elsa (pictured) at the premiere. Like the film, Bell's premiere attire was frosted and family-friendly and her animated character's older sister Elsa had a similar look and bright lipstick. Photo by
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Amy Adams played the totally naive princess Giselle in "Enchanted" in 2007 and had us all singing and dancing like we lived in Andalusia too. The stunning star rocked a sexier, more grown-up princess dress at the premiere, but made sure to pay tribute to her fairytale roots with sparkly embellishments.
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Lily Collins was delightful as Snow White in "Mirror Mirror" in 2012 alongside Armie Hammer and Julia Roberts. Naturally, the flawless totally looked the part on the red carpet with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as ebony.
Elle Fanning was enchanting alongside Angelina Jolie in "Maleficent" as Princess Aurora. The elegant 16-year-old star looked sophisticated -- and well-rested -- in an off-the-shoulder beaded princess gown at the film's premiere, reminiscent of her royal roots.
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