Disney’s Disenchanted wraps filming in Ireland
Disenchanted, the sequel to Disney’s 2017 movie Enchanted, has finished filming in Ireland. The movie was filmed around Dublin and Wicklow with Enniskerry transformed into a fairytale town.
Movie stars Amy Adams, who plays lead character Giselle, and Patrick Dempsey who plays Robert Phillips, documented their time spent in Ireland on social media.
Just when we thought our day couldn't get any better . .
We were beyond excited to welcome Amy Adams and her husband Darren Le Gallo to the #BookofKells this afternoon.#KeepDiscovering #LoveDublin pic.twitter.com/1vp80mAMa6
— The Book of Kells (@BookOfKellsTCD) July 29, 2021
Adams recently paid a visit to the Book of Kells at Trinity College while Dempsey posted photos of Leo Burdock’s chipper in Dublin, visited Dalkey Island, got a suit from Louis Copeland, hiked around Glendalough and even spent time at Purple House Cancer Support centre in Bray on his final day in Ireland.
Other stars Maya Rudolph James Marsden of Westworld and Frozen star Idina Menzel were also spotted around Ireland during filming of the movie.
Dienchanted is set for release in 2022 and is set a decade after the first film. In the new movie Giselle is questioning her happiness with her new life, leading to some drastic changes in both the real world and Andalasia.