“Disenchanted” had problems in its remakes: “It had disastrous previews”



When the trailer for “Disenchanted” was released, some fans were concerned about the quality of the production, and this time new testimonials emerged to make audiences even more apprehensive about the feature film.

According to insider ViewerAnon, Disney+’s new work had “disastrous” test screenings and went through a major period of reshoots, which lasted about two months, as far as we know.

There were so many changes that the subject said he was curious to see how much of what was filmed in the initial version made it through to the final cut, even capable of completely changing the plot of the film.

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“Disenchanted had disastrous test screenings, then was significantly reworked, with almost two months of rework. I’m curious to see what’s left of the initial release.

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DISENCHANTED had disastrous test screenings, then was significantly revamped with nearly two months of reshoots. I’m curious to see what’s left of the initial version.

— ViewerAnon (@ViewerAnon) November 1, 2022

The plot of ‘Disenchanted’ takes place 15 years after the events of ‘Encantada’ and brings us back to the world of Giselle (Amy Adams) and her pragmatic husband, lawyer Robert (Patrick Dempsey). With Morgan now a teenager, Giselle and her family will relocate to suburban Monroeville, where she will face the challenges of a new home as she attempts to rediscover the true meaning of “Happily Ever After.”

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Released on November 18, the sequel to ‘Enchanted’ (2007) is directed by Adam Shankman (‘Rock of Ages: The Movie’).

The cast also includes James Marsden, Gabby Baldacchino, Idina Menzel, Maya Rudolph, Yvette Nicole Brown and Jayma Mays.

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