Disney+ has announced with the second official trailer the new debut date for As for disappointment – and they lived unhappy and discontenteda live musical comedy that will appear for the first time On November 18 exclusively on the live broadcast platform. Expected sequel to As if it was magic It brings together original cast members Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Edina Menzel and James Marsden, plus newcomers Maya Rudolph, Gabriella Baldacino, Yvette Nicole Brown and Gemma Mays. The film is directed by Adam Shankman and includes new songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz.
It’s been 15 years since Gisele (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) have been married, but now Gisele is disillusioned with city life, so the two decide to move with their growing family to the quiet suburban community of Monroeville in search of a fantasy life. Unfortunately, this solution is not as simple as Gisele had hoped. The rules away from town are brand new, and the local queen bee, Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), makes Gisele feel more out of place than ever. Frustrated that “and they lived happily ever after” was not so easy to achieve, she turned to the magic of Andalusia for help, accidentally turning every Monroeville into a fairy tale and jeopardizing her future happiness. his family. Now Gisele must face a race against time to undo the spell and find out what it really means to “live happily ever after” to her and her family.
As for disappointment – and they lived unhappy and discontented Portrayed by Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, Yvette Nicole Brown, Gemma Mays, and Gabriella Baldacino, with Idina Menzel and James Marsden. Directed by Adam Shankman, from a screenplay by Brigitte Hales and written by J. David Steim, David N. Weiss and Richard LaGravenese, As for Frustration – and Live Unhappy and Discontented, produced by Barry Josephson, Barry Sonnenfeld and Amy Adams, while Jo Burn, Sunil Perkash and Adam Shankman are producers Executives. The film includes songs with music by eight-time Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken, and lyrics by three-time Academy Award-winning lyricist Stephen Schwartz, whose work for Come d’incanto has earned him three Academy Award® nominations. Soundtrack composed by Alan Menken.
In the Italian version they return to lend their voices to the film’s heroes: Ilaria Latini (“Giselle” / Amy Adams – dialogues), Julia Otonello (“Giselle” / Amy Adams – vocals), Stefano Benassi (“Robert” / Patrick Dempsey – dialogues and vocals), Francesco Polkin (“Prince Edward” / James Marsden – dialogues), Luca Felletri (“Prince Edward” / James Marsden – vocals), Laura Lingui (“Nancy” / Idina Menzel – dialogues), Claudia Paganelli (“Nancy” / Idina Menzel) – vocals), Luigi Ferraro (“Pep” – dialogues, vocals); While Laura Romano (“Malvina Monroe” / Maya Rudolph – dialogues), Renata Fusco (“Malvina Monroe” / Maya Rudolph – vocals), Emanuela Ionica (“Morgan” / Gabriella Baldacino – dialogues), Christiana Alveti (“Morgan” / Gabriela) Baldacchino – vocals), Stella Gaspari (“Rosaline” / Yvette Nicole Brown – dialogue), Francesca Manicone (“Ruby” / Jayma Mays – dialogue) and Nani Baldini (Squirrels Skip and Kip – dialogue and vocals).
While you wait to see him on Disney +, we leave you to the new Official Announcement.