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Amy Adams want “Enchanted” sequel to happen

28 April 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

New York City, NY, United States (4E) – It has been nine years since Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture released “Enchanted” and the star of the show, Amy Adams, talked about wanting a sequel to happen.

Just a refresher, the movie was a musical and it centered on Princess Giselle tricked into leaving her animated world of Andalasia . She then entered the live-action world of New York City. Prince Edward, played by James Marsden, tried to find Princess Giselle, who was his bride-to-be, as he followed her to the real world. However, Princess Giselle was able to discover the true love’s kiss when she met Robert, played by Patrick Dempsey, Robert is a divorce attorney and a single father. Giselle and Robert managed to take down the evil queen at the end of the story and built a life together with Robert’s daughter.

Ever since the film’s first release, fans have been asking what happened to Giselle and Robert. Adams was at Max Mara's "Whitney" bag dinner in New York City Monday and she shared that she hopes to be part of the sequel.

The 41-year-old added, "Oh, my gosh! That's startling. It's weird because I'm not 10 years older, so it's so strange that it's going on. That's so weird. They've been talking about it for a while so I really embrace and look forward to what they do and hope to be involved."

Last September, it was reported that Anne Fletcher was still to direct a follow-up of the movie, which was said to be entitled “Disenchanted.” Disney has never confirmed the project being given a green light.

Aside from Adams, Marsden also expressed his hopes for a sequel. In an interview in 2011, he said that he never understood why there was never a follow-up flick as “Enchanted” was a very successful movie. Marsden added, “At some point when the gray hairs start coming, you can't really play the quintessential animated prince anymore. Amy and I were like, 'If we're going to do it, we should do it before we're 40.’”