The motion picture version of the Australian comedy TV series starring Gina Riley and Jane Turner, which is scheduled for an Australian cinema release on September 6, was originally called Kath and Kim The Filum.
However, it has now been renamed Kath and Kimderella.
Riley told the Herald Sun that the new title reflects the elements of the storyline, saying: "It's Kath and Kim in a fractured fairytale - dysfunctional Disney, I like to call it. Kim's Cinderella and the ugly sisters all rolled into one.''
The film tells the story of the mother-daughter duo travelling to Italy and features guest actors such as Richard E Grant, Magda Szubanski, Glenn Robbins and Peter Rowsthorn.
Turner recently said that she wants the characters of Kath and Kim to be around "forever" and would be happy to make a prequel or sequel because she has "so much fun" during filming.
Riley, however, has previously admitted that she wants to bid farewell to the pair.
"I think we can say goodbye," she said. "We really just wanted to do something big and say, 'That's it'. So hopefully this will be it... apart from the sequel and the prequel."
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