It’s been 15 years since Amy Adams began her role as Giselle in the Enchanted franchise. The first film, released in 2007, followed her character in the land of Andalasia as she prepared to wed Prince Edward (James Marsden). However, her adventure begins when her animated counterpart is transported to live-action New York. The film was a success with audiences and the box office, accumulating a whopping $340 million against an $85 million budget.
Now, Disenchanted, the long-awaited sequel, is ready for a release on Disney+. The movie starts ten years after the first film, following Giselle, who now questions her happiness. She wishes for her life to be the perfect fairy tale, inadvertently turning the lives of those in the real world and Andalasia upside down in the process. A brand-new clip was released from Disenchanted, giving viewers a glimpse of Giselle’s suburban life before the upcoming events unfold. The clip, released courtesy of Disney+, can be found below.
James Marsden is the star in the clip, playing the prince who quite literally lives in a fairy tale. He questions the couple’s “fixer-upper” house, wondering when they will build their moat and whether the pair who now have a family is “poor.” The sequel features most of the main cast from the initial film, including Adams, Marsden, Patrick Dempsey, and Idina Menzel. Newcomers include Alan Tudyk, Gabriella Baldacchino, and Maya Rudolph. Fans can see Disenchanted when it premieres on Disney+ on Nov. 18.