Princess Giselle is about to search out out whether or not fortunately ever after could be discovered within the suburbs within the new trailer for “Disenchanted,” unveiled Tuesday.
The long-awaited sequel to 2007’s “Enchanted,” due out on Disney+ on Nov. 18, picks up with Giselle (performed by Amy Adams) and her husband, Robert (Patrick Dempsey), relocating from New York to the small city of Monroeville with a child woman and Robert’s teen daughter, Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino), in tow.
After all, adjusting to suburbia presents a brand new set of challenges, specifically within the type of native queen bee Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), who takes an instantaneous dislike to the brand new household.
However when Giselle’s plans to rework Monroeville right into a real-life fairy story go awry, she should flip to her previous friends Prince Edward (James Marsden) and Nancy Tremaine (Idina Menzel) for assist in reversing the magic spell.
Watch the “Disenchanted” trailer under.
Billed as each a homage and parody of Disney animated movies, the unique “Enchanted” was Adams’ first main success as a principal actor, reportedly incomes greater than $340 million on the field workplace worldwide.
Primarily based on the trailer, “Disenchanted” takes a equally self-effacing method. Followers will spot cheeky references to “Cinderella” and “Sleeping Beauty,” amongst different Disney classics.
In an April interview with Folks, Marsden praised director Adam Shankman for having “raised the bar” this time round, including that the sequel would “take that joy that we created on the first movie and bring it to a whole new generation of audiences who may not have seen the first film.”
“I was told over the years that they were trying to get it made and trying to get the script written,” he defined. “And finally they got it together and I was happy to jump back into the crazy suits and swing the sword again.”
An anticipated spotlight of the movie would be the likelihood to listen to Menzel sing. Although the actor was already beloved by Broadway audiences for her Tony-winning position in “Wicked” when “Enchanted” was launched, she didn’t get an opportunity to indicate off her vocal prowess in that movie.
“I have an incredible song that composers Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz wrote for me, called ‘Love Power,’ and it’s a pretty awesome moment,” Menzel instructed HuffPost in Could. “It’s a very traditional musical, and it’s got an old-fashioned quality to it.”