Disenchanted Outfits on Display at Hollywood Studios
Disney’s Hollywood Studios visitors can now see “Disenchanted” costumes in person at Walt Disney Presents.
These costumes were designed by Joan Bergin.
Amy Adams (Giselle Philip), Patrick Dempsey (Robert Philip), Idina Menzel (Queen Nancy), and James Marsden (King Edward) have all returned in their respective roles for the sequel, with franchise newcomers Gabriella Baldacchino (Morgan Philip), Maya Rudolph (Malvina Monroe), Yvette Nicole Brown (Rosaleen), Jayma Mays (Ruby), Kolton Stewart (Tyson Monroe), Griffin Newman (vocal, Pip) and Alan Tudyk (vocal, Scroll).
A synopsis of the film reads, “Years after her happily ever after, Giselle, Robert and Morgan move to a new community and Andalasia and the real world are thrown off-balance.” For a little more insight, the film follows both Giselle and Morgan as they navigate the trials of life after moving to the suburbs from NYC, Giselle having a baby, and as a (Step) Mother and Daughter struggling through formative teenage years.
The score for the film was composed by Disney Legend Alan Menken, and though a handful of songs were fun and catchy such as Even More Enchanted, Badder, and Love Power, we couldn’t help but feel that a few pieces felt forced simply to establish character integrity instead or standing out on their own or progressing the story.
Have you watched Disney’s ‘Disenchanted‘? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. ‘Disenchanted‘ is now streaming exclusively on Disney+.
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