Well, we're finally getting some new deets about the upcoming sequel, but sadly, they're not as enchanting as you may have wished.According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, the .The culture clash between the fantasy land of Andalasia (where everyone is animated) and the real world of New York (populated by live actors) is vividly contrasted in the change from animation to live action.
The House of Mouse will go the more traditional sequel route with Yeah, we're still working on it. Furthermore, it could give Idina Menzel the opportunity to belt out some new Disney tunes, as Nancy's time in Andalasia likely made her a bit more musical.
Giselle finds herself questioning her happily-ever-after life and accidentally triggers events that make everyone's lives turn upside down in both the real world and in the animated kingdom of Andalasia.
Although Amy Adams is expected to return for the movie, neither she nor Patrick Dempsey, who played her true love Robert, have officially signed on.
I can just say that, Amy (Adams) has read the most recent scripts. And we're just wrestling now with things like budget and getting music written and all of that. And while those involved occasionally give vague updates, Shanksman's most recent statement makes the plans feel a bit more concrete.
The original movie was released back in 2007, so it's already been well over a decade of waiting.