Amy Adams said she learned to appreciate Disney’s role as Princess Giselle “more than that” after returning to the character 15 years later.
He plays the Hollywood actress in the upcoming Disney film Disenchanted, the long-awaited sequel to 2007’s Enchanted.
She and other returning cast members include Patrick Dempsey, Idina Menzel and James Marsden alongside Maya Rudolph and Gabriella Baldacchino.
It’s been more than ten years since Giselle and Robert (Dempsey) were married, but Giselle has grown disillusioned with city life, so the whole family moves to the sleepy suburban community of Monroeville in search of a more fairy life.
Speaking at Disenchanted’s world premiere in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Adams told PA news agency that returning to the character was “really fun.”
“Giselle was a role that I really loved at that point in my life,” she said.
“But to go back to her at this time when I appreciate her joy and value and her positivity and optimism, the way she brings out the best in everyone. People.
“It’s something that as I grow older, I’ve learned to appreciate more.”
When asked about how high fans’ expectations are for the film, she told PA, “I’m delighted to hear how people feel about the film.
“I am delighted to be here tonight to witness it.”
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Saturday Night Live star Rudolph, who plays the villain Malvina Monroe in the film, said being invited to star in the film was “a great gift”.
“I loved the first movie so much. I never expected them to make another movie and I never predicted that I would be a part of it,” she told PA.
“It’s truly an incredible gift and such a dream, I had so much fun.”
She added: “It’s rare that you fall in love with something and then everyone in the original comes back, and they all greet me with open arms – it’s unbelievable.”
Disenchanted will stream on Disney+ from Friday, November 18.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/movies/amy-adams-says-she-values-her-disney-princess-role-so-much-more-15-years-later-42150997.html Amy Adams says she appreciates her Disney princess role ‘more than that’ 15 years later