Disenchanted: Solid, Launch Date, Trailer, Plot

The “Enchanted” sequel, “Disenchanted,” is nearly right here. The unique film — which starred Amy Adams because the misplaced Princess Giselle; Patrick Dempsey as her love curiosity, Robert; James Marsden as Prince Edward; and Idina Menzel as Nancy — was launched in 2007, and sequel rumors adopted it for years. Disney lastly greenlit the sequel film on the finish of 2020.

The trailer for the brand new movie was launched Sept. 9 at D23 Expo, and from the footage, it looks as if the evil stepmother on this fairy story is definitely Giselle. The “Disenchanted” forged had been additionally readily available on the occasion to speak in regards to the movie. Adams stated that the film finds Giselle struggling inside her function as a spouse and mom to her teenage stepdaughter and an toddler. The household strikes out to the suburbs however has a tough time with the adjustment. In the meantime, Menzel and Marsden reveal that their characters, residing in Andulasia, are nonetheless utterly glad. In the meantime, Maya Rudolph, who performs the villainous Malvina Monroe, stated, “It was actually enjoyable” to go head-to-head with Adams.

“Disenchanted” lastly began filming in 2021 and did reshoots in Buckinghamshire, England, earlier this 12 months. The primary pictures from the set confirmed Giselle and Robert in a fairy-tale wonderland in attractive, old school costumes. For her half, Adams told Jimmy Fallon again within the fall of 2021 that the sequel has been a ton of labor, with extra singing and dancing than the unique.

She defined, “The final time I actually danced as a lot as I am required to bounce on this, I used to be in my 20s, and now I am not in my 20s. It feels totally different in your 40s. In my coronary heart, I seem like I am in my 20s once I’m dancing, after which I’d watch playback and be like, ‘Whoa, that is not the identical.'”

Here is all the pieces we all know in regards to the “Enchanted” sequel, together with its forged, plot, launch date, first-look pictures, trailer and extra.

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