Disney+ has unveiled a primary look picture of Disenchanted months earlier than its release on the streaming service. Set to reach on the Thanksgiving vacation, Disenchanted is the official sequel to Enchanted, the 2007 movie by Disney following Amy Adams as an animated princess who falls in love with an everyman in the actual world. Adams returns as Giselle in Disenchanted, and she or he will be seen within the first look picture alongside newcomer Maya Rudolph because the antagonist, Malvina Monroe.

Disenchanted will reportedly be set about ten years after the occasions of the earlier movie. Giselle, Robert (Patrick Dempsey), and Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino) have moved to the suburb of Monroeville, run by the nefarious Malvina Monroe. When Giselle needs for the household to have the “perfect fairy tale” life, the spell goes awry, leading to Giselle having to avoid wasting each her household and her homeland of the Kingdom of Andalasia earlier than it is too late.


Adam Shankman directs Disenchanted utilizing a screenplay co-written with Brigitte Hales, Richard LaGravenese, Scott Neustadter, and Michael H. Weber. Amy Adams is producing with Barry Josephson and Barry Sonnenfeld.

Amy Adams Says “Everyone Is Back” for Disenchanted

The forged may even reportedly embrace James Marsden as Prince Edward, Idina Menzel as Nancy Tremaine, Yvette Nicole Brown as Rosaleen, Jayma Mays as Ruby, Kolton Stewart as Malvina’s son Christ, and Oscar Nunez as Edgar. Amy Adams has beforehand teased how “everyone is back” for the upcoming sequel.

“We filmed it in Ireland. Everyone is back,” Adams mentioned on The Tonight Present final yr. “We also have great additions to the cast. We have Maya Rudolph. She plays the ‘baddie,’ so we get to have a lot of fun together.”

Teasing extra musical enjoyable to come back, Adams added, “There’s a lot more singing and a lot more dancing which was humbling. The last time I really danced as much as I’m required to dance in this, I was in my 20s and now I’m not in my 20s. It feels different in your 40s. In my heart, I look like I’m in my 20s when I’m dancing, and then I would watch playback and be like, ‘Whoa, that’s not the same.'”

On enjoying the villain, Maya Rudolph additionally beforehand advised Selection, “If this had been 15 years ago and someone asked if I wanted to be the bad guy, I might’ve been like, ‘geez, I don’t know,’ but I’ve come to learn in my many years that the most fun thing to get to do is when you get to play The Most.”

“It’s nice to be in a place work-wise where I feel like a lot of what I’ve done can speak for itself. So I don’t have to explain who I am or what I do,” Rudolph additionally mentioned, explaining how director Adam Shankman had approached her for the half with out the necessity for grueling auditions.

Disenchanted will begin streaming on Disney+ on the Thanksgiving vacation in 2022.