Amy Adams told how a great enchanted error has finally been corrected in the upcoming sequel disappointed. the 2007 enchanted film marked Disney’s first attempt to break free from traditional fairy tales and turn the idea of a damsel in distress on its head. Adams’ Princess Giselle comes from the faraway fairyland of Andalasia when she suddenly finds herself in frigid New York City and has to fend for herself. Despite being promised home to Prince Edward (James Marsden), Giselle falls in love with Robert (Patrick Dempsey), a divorce lawyer who isn’t so sure that her Prince Charming will come to her rescue after all.
Robert, in turn, is a single father who plans to marry his girlfriend Nancy, played by musical powerhouse Idina Menzel. Things don’t go well for Menzel’s Nancy, when Giselle decides to part with her betrothed Prince Edward and marry her true love Robert instead. Still, Nancy didn’t come out empty-handed and eventually married Prince Edward and left New York for distant Andalasia to live happily ever after. disappointed will shine in what has turned out happily ever after.
In a recent interview with EW, Adams shared her experience revisiting her first major role on the big screen after so many years. When asked about the musical aspect of the film, the actor said: disappointed is much more of a musical than enchanted ever was, with much more song and dance. And this time they correct a big mistake from the first movie, which never used Menzel’s fantastic voice in the musical numbers the first time:
That was the grossest mistake, she never sang in the first. She sings twice, and I couldn’t be happier. Yes, that’s a Bad reference. But I’m excited. Her song is so beautiful. It’s one of my favorite moments in the movie. She’s Idina – she’s special and has such a beautiful voice.
Adams and Menzel explore their musical side disappointed
Since Menzel has become known for her singing talents, including the hit Frozen, her voice will be a welcome addition to the film. Adams also brings up Menzel’s previous success on Broadway, as she previously appeared in the popular Wizard of Oz prequel musical Bad. With two separate numbers in disappointment will help make up for the lack of her talented voice in the first film.
Premiere scheduled on Disney+ on November 24 disappointed will bring together two powerful voices in a possible role reversal from the first film. It will certainly be interesting to see the differences between Princess Giselle, who has lived in grim NYC for the past 15 years, and Nancy, who went from a sensible New Yorker to a fairytale princess.
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