Last year, we exclusively shared details on Disney+’s highly-anticipated Enchanted sequel Disenchanted. Now, some additional information about the long in development project has been revealed.
A new novelization for the movie, which is set to debut has given us a lot more information on Disenchanted‘s plot. You can check out the plot below.
Dive into the continuation of Giselle’s journey with Disenchanted, the sequel film to Enchanted from Walt Disney Live Action Studios releasing on Disney+. Happily Ever After…Again! Seeking a change from their busy lives in New York City, Giselle and Robert relocate their family to the suburb of Monroeville, a charming town reminiscent of Andalasia, the fairy-tale land where Giselle grew up. Their teenage daughter, Morgan, however, is less than thrilled. After a mishap in Morgan’s room at the new house, her entire wardrobe is ruined! And to make things worse, Giselle accidentally embarrasses Morgan in front of her peers at her new school. In a fit of anger, Morgan tells Giselle that she will never be her real mother, only her stepmother. Giselle is devastated. Desperate to alter her circumstances, she wishes on the Wand of Wishes for a fairy-tale life for her and her family. The next day, her wish comes true! But it isn’t without a price. Will Giselle get her happily-ever-after once again? Or is this the end for Giselle and all of Andalasia?
Disenchanted will see the return of Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey (who will also be making his singing debut), Idina Menzel, and James Marsden. Also joining Yvette Nicole Brown in their franchise debut are Maya Rudolph, Jayma Mays, Oscar Nunez, Kolton Stewart, James Monroe Iglehart, and Gabriella Baldachino join the cast.
The film is directed by Adam Shankman (Hairspray) and produced by Barry Josephson (Enchanted, TV’s Bones), Amy Adams (Arrival, American Hustle) and Barry Sonnenfeld (Men in Black, Addams Family Values). It will also feature new songs from Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz, whose work on Enchanted garnered three Academy Award nominations. The film will hit Disney+ later this year.