Idina Menzel intends to enchant us again with her singing prowess in the upcoming Disney+ movie. Disappointed. Menzel singing his new single “Love Power” to new footage from the sequel. We catch a glimpse of some new footage of the upcoming feature as Menzel’s powerful voice hits a few high notes. “Just remember the memories that show us the power of love,” she sings, which also seems to be Gisele’s way of getting back to finding herself after she took a villainous turn in the movie.
Sequel to the 2007 film. enchanted follows Giselle, Robert and a teenager Morgan ten years after the events of the original film. While Giselle still dreams of her long and happy future, the family moves to the suburb of Monroeville, where she has to overcome the difficulties of a new home and a new neighborhood. When trouble comes, Giselle finds herself dreaming of the perfect fairy tale, but when the spell backfires, her family must rush to save her and the Kingdom of Andalasia before the clock strikes midnight.
The previously revealed trailer showcased the upcoming film’s departure from the usual Disney fairy tale formula. It looks modernized, shows how our presenters deal with day-to-day issues, and gives Giselle an “evil stepmother” twist while keeping the nostalgic factors intact. Animated sequences, helpful talking animals, singing, dancing, and opulence are taken to a whole new level in the sequel as our world once again collides with the fairy tale world. The House of Mouse has long sought to develop its stories to fit the modern world and Disappointed looks like the right step in that direction.
The film shows the return Amy Adams like Giselle, Patrick Dempsey as Giselle’s husband Robert, James Marsden as Prince Edward and Menzel as Nancy, who is now married to Prince Edward. Among the new actors Maya Rudolphwho will play the villainess Malvina, Gabriella Baldacchino plays a teenager Morgan, Yvette Nicole Brown like Rosalynn Jayma Mays like ruby, Colton Stewart as the son of Malvina Tyson, Oscar Nunez like Edgar and Griffin Newman as the voice of Pip, Giselle’s chipmunk friend from the original film.
Adam Shenkman filmed a screenplay Bridget Hales which is based on the original story David N. Weiss, J. David Stem, as well as Richard LaGravenese. Alan Menken returns to compose the film’s score, and co-wrote the musical numbers with the returning songwriter. Stephen Schwartz.
Disappointed The premiere will take place on November 18, you can watch the new clip below:
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