Unlike a Disney happy ending, there’s a cloud of disappointment for Enniskerry as there doesn’t appear to be any celebrations planned for the release of Disney’s Disenchanted movie today.
he follows enchanted can be streamed on the US company’s streaming service, Disney+, from today, a week earlier than previously planned.
Last year, Enniskerry in Co Wicklow was adapted into a fairy tale setting when the big-budget movie shot some scenes in town.
It has become a landmark in its own right as Disney fans from all over the country flock to town for a glimpse of the magical setting.
Many were also hoping to meet the cast, which includes A-list celebrities and the film’s leads, Patrick Dempsey and Amy Adams, who have spent weeks in Ireland during local filming of the pandemic. the point.
However, after mixed reactions at the film’s preview screening earlier this year, many scenes shot in Ireland were re-shot in Buckinghamshire, England.
It doesn’t look like all the Ireland snapshots were taken out, though, as the film’s trailer shows off special parts of the Enniskerry, including the town square.
Local councilor Rory O’Connor said he did not believe there were any events held to celebrate the film’s premiere. Disenchant today but hopefully something can be done in the future.
It’s very sad, but something can happen
“We really wanted to, because I believe there was a movie shot not too long ago in Enniskerry and I think they had a screening, but they don’t seem to have any plans for it.Disenchant), which is disappointing,” he said.
“Nothing seems to be happening, but perhaps closer to Christmas, I think people are discussing maybe a gig. Disenchant somewhere, but nothing is confirmed.
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“It’s sad, but something can happen.”
Cllr O’Connor added that he’s looking forward to seeing the film for himself, and that although some scenes from Enniskerry were cut from the trailer, it looks like the film is still well represented.
Pat Hickey from Enniskerry’s Community Alert team said he doesn’t think there are any plans in the area to celebrate the film’s release.
“I don’t think so, I think everyone’s interest has been taken away by this new one Disenchant” he say.
“We’re ‘not happy’ about something else, they’re trying to build 219 homes on Kilgarron Hill.”
Mr. Hickey and many residents objected to An Bord Pleanála’s decision to allow Capami Ltd to purchase 219 apartments on a site in Enniskerry.
Capami Ltd has applied for a strategic housing development (SHD) permit for 135 homes, 84 apartments, childcare facilities and related structures at a site in Kilgarron Hills.
However, the submission was met with much opposition from locals, who were concerned about the impact it could have on nearby Knocksink Woods, a special conservation area.
In the new Disney movie DisenchantAmy Adams and Patrick Dempsey continue to play the main characters of the fairy tale, Giselle and Robert Philip.
The film also boasts an impressive supporting cast, with James Marsden playing the ostentatious King Edward, while Maya Rudolph plays the sly villain Malvina Monroe.
Multi-Oscar nominee Adams previously told Tonight’s program that the sequel will have “more singing and more dancing”.
“The last time I actually danced as much as was required to dance in this movie, I was in my 20s and now I’m not in my 20s anymore,” she said.
“It feels so different in your 40s. Deep down, I look like I’m in my 20s when I dance, and then I’ll watch the replay and be like, ‘Wow, it’s not like that’ .”
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/movies/disappointment-as-no-celebration-planned-for-locals-in-enniskerry-as-disney-releases-disenchanted-42155224.html Disappointed that no celebrations were planned for the locals in Enniskerry when Disney released Disenchanted