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Enchanted 2: Script almost finished for Disney sequel

Disenchanted will see Giselle ask herself: 'What is happily ever after?'

Clarisse Loughrey
Tuesday 16 January 2018 15:25
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Enchanted 2 may actually be hitting cinema screens in the near future.

The long-planned sequel, titled Disenchanted, has been in development for a while, under the guidance of Hairspray's Adam Shankman.

The sequel is reportedly set ten years later, with Giselle (Amy Adams) questioning whether Robert (Patrick Dempsey) is truly the man of her dreams, having been thrown from an animated fairytale world into modern day New York. It's unknown, however, whether either Adams or Dempsey will definitely return.

Shankman provided an update on the project at a Television Critics Association panel, in which he revealed: "We are handing in a script in a couple of weeks that I'm super happy with. Then [we] gotta get the music written."

He added, "The fundamental story has changed a little bit, but not from the base story of it." Although, according to him, the story will still see Giselle ask: "What is happily ever after?"


The new sequel also promises to include "a lot more" songs than in the original, and will still include several animated scenes. The original Enchanted also starred Westworld's James Marsden, Susan Sarandon, and Idina Menzel; it's unknown who else from the original may return.

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