Amy Adams promises a lot more song and dance in Enchanted 2
Amy Adams says that Enchanted’s next sequel, Disenchanted, will have a lot more vocals and even more dancing than the original film.
Amy Adams provided an update on what viewers can expect to see from Disillusioned, Disney’s highly anticipated sequel Delighted. The 2007 musical, which combined animation and live-action scenes, followed the story of Princess Giselle (Adams) from the bustling kingdom of Andalasia who is sent to New York City. As she tries to learn to live in the real world, she falls in love and pursues her dream of living happily ever after. delighted also played Susan Sarandon, Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel and James Marsden.
delighted was well received by critics and moviegoers, earning over $ 340 million at the box office. It also received several award nominations, including three nominations for Best Original Song at the 80th Academy Awards. Due to the commercial success of the original film, there was always talk of a sequel until it was officially confirmed last year. Adams, Dempsey, Marsden and Menzel will all return to reprise their roles, with newcomer Maya Rudolph joining the cast. Disillusioned finished filming in August and is slated to air on Disney + next year.
By being a guest on Thursday’s episode of Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon, Adams spoke of the long-awaited sequel. According to the actress, fans can expect to see more musical numbers in Disillusioned than in the first film. Adams, who is now 47, said all the song and dance she had to do to Nice to meet you 2 was a “humiliation“experience. Read his comments below:
There is a lot more singing and a lot more dancing, which was a lesson in humility. The last time I really danced as much as I have to dance in there, I was 20 and now I’m not 20 anymore. It’s different in your 40s. In my heart I look like I’m 20 when I dance, and then I look at the reading and I’m like, “Whoa, that’s not the same.”
delighted The score was composed by longtime Disney collaborator Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. As a self-parody of Disney’s beloved animated classics, the 2007 film featured full-fledged production figures that mimicked those of Snow White, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and other princess films. delighted has produced memorable songs such as “That’s How You Know”, “Ever Ever After” and “True Love’s Kiss”. Disillusioned already promises to be just as fun and entertaining.
Because there’s a long gap between the first movie and the upcoming sequel, it’s unclear if Princess Giselle is still living her happily ever after all these years later. Although Adams gave no spoilers on Disenchanted plot, fans can expect the once wide-eyed princess to still hum happy tunes as she reveals what life was like in New York City. Without a doubt, the highlights of the original film were its catchy songs and wonderfully choreographed dances. Yes Disillusioned follows the same magic formula, it is sure to captivate audiences of all ages and produce another hit for Disney.
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Source: Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon
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