Disenchanted Drops Stunning Character Posters For The Sequel

Disenchanted Drops Stunning Character Posters For The Sequel
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Disenchanted Drops Stunning Character Posters For The Sequel
Credit: Disney

Magic and fairytale go hand in hand but that does not always mean a happy ending, right? Giselle goes on another adventure in the highly anticipated sequel, Disenchanted, and stunning character posters are released by Disney teasing who are in the upcoming movie.

Teasing the glitz and glam of the much-awaited sequel are the stunning character posters of Disenchanted where Amy Adams headline the cast as she reprises her role as Giselle, described as the daughter of Andalasia, and her new villain, the queen of Monroeville with Malvina Monroe played by Maya Rudolph.

Also back-to-back in the Disenchanted posters are Patrick Dempsey's Robert, and Gabriella Baldacchino's Morgan where they will, for the first time, have a taste of being in a fairytale, which could go sideways or not.

James Marsden reprises his role as Prince Edward, still dapper in looks, and Idina Menzel is back as Nancy Tremaine, now a gorgeous princess, who literally lived a fairy tale life after their wedding.

Newcomers in the sequel are Jayma Mays as Ruby and Yvette Nicole Brown as Rosaleen, neighbors of Giselle and residents of Monroeville, who gets involved in Giselle's wish of her old life as she turns the whole town into a fairy tale.

READ MORE: Disney Unveils Official Trailer of Disenchanted

Lastly, it is everyone's favorite adorable talkative chipmunk, Pip, voiced by Griffin Newman, returning for another troublesome adventure as Monroeville gets transformed in Disenchanted.

It all starts with an Andalasian wand, a gift to Giselle and Robert's child, but Giselle misses her old fairy tale life, one that could bring peril to Monroeville, Andalasia, and even her own happy ending. Will she be able to turn everything back to normal before time runs out?

Find out what happens in this new magical musical adventure in Disenchanted, arriving on Disney Plus on November 18, 2022!

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