The original cast of Enchanted, Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel, and James Marsden, are back for a disenchanting adventure. And they are welcoming a few new faces for the ride.
Maya Rudolph, Gabriella Baldacchino, Yvette Nicole Brown, and Jayma Mays are joining the fun for the sequel, Disenchanted which premieres November 18, exclusively on Disney+.
Adam Shankman is directing the sequel from a screenplay by Brigitte Hales and a story by J. David Stem & David N. Weiss, and Richard LaGravenese
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It has been more than ten years since Giselle (Adams) and Robert (Dempsey) wed, but Giselle has grown disillusioned with life in the city, so they move their growing family to the sleepy suburban community of Monroeville in search of a more fairy tale life. Unfortunately, it isn’t the quick fix she had hoped for. Suburbia has a whole new set of rules and a local queen bee, Malvina Monroe (Rudolph), who makes Giselle feel more out of place than ever. Frustrated that her happily ever after hasn’t been so easy to find, she turns to the magic of Andalasia for help, accidentally transforming the entire town into a real-life fairy tale and placing her family’s future happiness in jeopardy.Now, Giselle is in a race against time to reverse the spell and determine what happily ever after truly means to her and her family.
Disenchanted is produced by Barry Josephson, Barry Sonnenfeld, and Amy Adams, with Jo Burn, Sunil Perkash, and Adam Shankman serving as executive producers.
The movie features songs with music by 8-time Oscar®-winning composer Alan Menken and lyrics by three-time Oscar-winning lyricist Stephen Schwartz, whose work on “Enchanted” garnered three Academy Award® nominations and a score by Alan Menken.
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The original, Enchanted, was released in 2007 and focused on an archetypal Disney princess-to-be exiled from her animated world into the live-action world of New York City. It was critically well-received, established Amy Adams as a leading lady, and earned more than $340 million worldwide at the box office.