On Friday, November 18, 2022, at 3 a.m., Disney + will exclusively debut the fantasy romance comedy musical film Disenchanted. ET/12 a.m. PT. The projected musical is a sequel to Enchanted, the 2007 smash hit.
The screenplay for the new film was written by a group of renowned authors, including J. David Stem, David N. Weiss, and Richard LaGravenese. Brigitte Hales wrote the screenplay for Disenchanted and noted musical theater artist Adam Shankman directed the film.
The cameraman for the Disney Plus film was Simon Duggan, while the music was composed by the well-known musician Alan Menken. Amy Adams, Barry Sonnenfeld, and Barry Josephson are producing the project.
Since Disney+ released the first teaser, lovers of musicals have been eager to see how the rom-com fantasy musical Disenchanted will develop. Let’s dive right in to learn everything there is to know about Disenchanted before it arrives on Disney+.
Get everything there is to know about Disenchanted before its Disney Plus launch
On Friday, November 18, 2022, the famed streaming service platform Disney + will debut the romantic comedy musical. The new video will air at three in the morning. ET/12 a.m. PT.
The sequel to Enchanted is set 15 years after Giselle and Robert Philip’s marriage. In the video, the couple is seen traveling with their teenage daughter Morgan from Manhattan to the suburb of Monroeville.
Giselle’s growing dissatisfaction with their life in the city prompted their relocation to the tranquil suburb.
Disney Plus published the film’s official description alongside the official trailer.
“Almost ten years have passed since Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) tied the knot, but Giselle has become disillusioned with city life, so they transfer their growing family to the calm suburban village of Monroeville in search of a more fairy-tale existence.”
“However, it is not the quick cure she had hoped for. Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), the local queen bee in Suburbia, makes Giselle feel even more out of place.
According to the story, she is disappointed because it was tough to get her happily ever after. As a result, she “relies on the enchantment of Andalasia for help,” but inadvertently transforms their entire hamlet into a “real-life fairy tale,” compromising the happiness of her family. It continues:
“Now, Giselle is in a race against time to break the spell and discover what happily ever after means for her and her family.”
As Giselle and her family acclimate to their new suburban surroundings and magic, it is evident that the transition will be difficult.
Who are the actors in the film?
Among others, Amy Adams portrays Giselle Philip, Patrick Dempsey portrays Robert Philip, Idina Menzel portrays Nancy Tremaine, James Marsden portrays King Edward, Maya Rudolph portrays Malvina Monroe, Yvette Nicole Brown portrays Rosaleen, Gabriella Baldacchino portrays Morgan Philip, and Jaya Mays portrays Ruby.
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