Disenchanted Featurette Delves Into Amy Adams’ Villainous Side – GameSpot

We are only a few days away from the long-awaited moment Delighted after, Disillusioned, and as the excitement continues to build, Disney+ has shared a new featurette about how the upcoming film has captured its magic. Rather than focusing on the literal magic and effects of the film, the clip largely focuses on the cast, including its lead role. Amy Adamsand their characters.

Director Adam Shankman and Adams kick things off by highlighting the heart of Delighted: Gisele. As Disillusioned Primarily following her and her attempts to regain her happiness, the clip explores how Giselle went from being the cheerful persona viewers first met to unlocking her darker side. Shankman and Adams note how fun it was to explore this naughty side of Giselle. Her story becomes a cautionary tale and offers longtime fans and new fans a new and exciting perspective.

Maya Rudolph expresses a similar sentiment. She plays the film’s main villain, Malvina Monroe, the queen bee of Monroeville determined to make life difficult for Giselle. Rudolph mentions that she’s always wanted to play a princess, but a villainous character is “really juicy.” Interspersed footage from the film provides another insight into Rudolph’s villain and the growing conflict between her and Giselle. It also seems that rather than stopping Giselle, Malvina will further fuel this villainy.

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Finally, the featurette continues to build anticipation by promising a movie viewers will surely enjoy. Like its predecessor, Disillusioned will be filled with musical numbers. Rudolph notes how much people will love this aspect of the film. She also understands how Idina Menzel will participate in the vocals, which she did not do in the first film. Adams ties in while stating that the film will take viewers on “a wonderful, adventurous ride” that captures what made Delighted so loved.

Disillusioned reintroduces viewers to Giselle, who is now married to Robert (Patrick Dempsey). Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino) is a teenager and the family has welcomed a new baby. Despite this perfect family image, the charm of city life has faded for Giselle. Wanting to regain that happiness, she and her family move to the suburban town of Monroeville, where Malvina is determined to get her into trouble. As Giselle’s desperation grows, she turns to Andalasia for help. After a spell goes wrong, the kingdom, Monroeville, and Giselle’s happiness are in jeopardy.

Shankman directed a screenplay of Brigitte Haleswith the story of David N. Weiss, Richard LaGravenese, and J. David Stem. Shankman, Jo Burnand Sunil Perkash executive produced, with Adams, Barry Sonnenfeldand Barry Josephson as producers. Alain Menken did the music and score, with lyrics by Stephane Schwartz. Additional cast includes James Marsden, Jayma Mays, Yvette Nicole Brown, Oscar Nunez, Anne Harada, Michael McCorry Rose, James Monroe Iglehartand Kolton Stewart.

Disillusioned premieres November 18 exclusively on Disney+. Watch the new featurette below:

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Disenchanted Featurette Delves Into Amy Adams’ Villainous Side – GameSpot