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Disenchanted Release Date, Trailer, and Everything You Searching For
Here we are talking about the Disenchanted Release Date, cast, trailer, and much information related to the movie.
Disenchanted Release Date
American director Adam Shankman is currently hard at work on the sequel to his musical fantasy romantic comedy film Enchanted, titled Disenchanted. The original cast of Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, and Idina Menzel is back for the sequel, with Gabriella Baldacchino taking over the score from Rachel Covey. Maya Rudolph, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jayma Mays, Oscar Nunez, and Griffin Newman are the fresh additions to the cast. Both Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz are back on board as lyricists and composers for the picture.
In addition to directing, Adams takes on the role of producer alongside Barry Josephson and Barry Sonnenfeld. Disenchanted’s premiere on Disney+ has been set for Thanksgiving, which falls on November 24, 2022. Photographs of the cast in costume have been making the rounds online since filming wrapped up last year, and we’ve since seen several promotional images that have generated buzz among fan communities and will keep the interest level high until the film’s release date.
The writers for this sequel might have taken several different approaches to continue the plot, but they opted to maintain the existing time gap. Our main characters, Giselle (Amy Adams), Robert (Patrick Dempsey), and Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino), are still living in Monroeville 15 years after the events of the first film. To preserve the Kingdom of Andalasia from destruction after a spell she cast went awry and failed to bring her back to the present, Giselle must race against the clock. The story looks to incorporate some of the tried-and-true Disney plots that worked so well in the first film, while also remaining faithful to the expanding canon of this world and adding new and interesting characters and storylines. Large triumphs from the first film may be attributed to its soundtrack, therefore fans of the original will be enthused about the musical potential the sequel may have to offer. The new film will have seven songs, some of which will be reprises from the previous film. Patrick Dempsey has announced that he will be singing in the film as well, though he’ll have to bring his A-game to compete with Idina Menzel, who is set to perform two songs.
Giselle, Robert, and Morgan leave Manhattan for Monroeville, a New Jersey suburb, ten years after their own happily ever after. Malvina Monroe, who runs the neighborhood and has bad intentions for the Monroes, is evil. Giselle wishes their life were a fairy tale every time an issue arises. But the magic backfires and chaos ensues, sending Giselle racing to protect her loved ones and the nation of Andalasia before the clock strikes midnight.
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Who’s Behind the Scenes?
Bill Kelly, who wrote the first picture and is still involved in making the sequel in some capacity, has handed over primary screenwriting duties to co-writer Brigitte Hales. In addition to Kelly, another major player who won’t be as active in the sequel is director Kevin Lima; he’s been replaced by Adam Shankman. Shankman’s filmography includes critically acclaimed features like Hairspray, Rock of Ages, Bedtime Stories, and What Men Want. This repertoire demonstrates Shankman’s awareness of the style in vibrant colour that a picture like Disenchanted is aiming to generate, and it bodes well for the sequel as the release date draws near.
What To Watch In The Meantime?
The most logical thing to do while waiting for Disenchanted to come out is to watch the original, Enchanted. In order to see Disenchanted, as well as many other Disney films like (but certainly not limited to) Enchanted, viewers will need a Disney+ subscription. Not only would this get people in the mood to watch the movie again, but it would also remind them of the story beats and characters that set up the next installment. There’s also the possibility that, given Enchanted’s love letter to the original Disney princess movies, it would be fun to watch some of the works that served as inspiration for the story. Sleeping Beauty and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs are two examples of classic Disney films that can be found on Disney+ and would make for great starters before diving into Disenchanted. In addition to these recommendations, the Disney+ library also includes Frozen, which features some of the best musical numbers in modern Disney (including some standouts sung by Idina Menzel). There is simply no way to avoid watching anything in the run-up to the release of Disenchanted with recommendations like these.
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