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Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey in the official Italian trailer for the sequel

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As if they were disappointed and lived unhappy and indignant, the long-awaited sequel to Come d’incanto arrives exclusively on Disney+ on November 24. Meanwhile, here’s the official trailer for the movie in Italian

we present to you The official Italian trailer From a live musical comedy As if they were disappointed and lived unhappy and indignant. the expected Sequel to Come d’incantowhich gathers members spit A native Amy AdamsAnd the Patrick DempseyAnd the Idina Menzel And the James Marsdenbehind Maya RudolphGabriella Baldacino, Yvette Nicole Brown and Gemma Mays, directed by Adam Shankman and includes New songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. As for Disappointment and Lived Unhappy and Discontented, it will be available to stream from November 24, exclusively on Disney + .

As if they were disappointed and lived unhappy and indignant: the official plot and the movie poster

It’s been 15 years since Gisele (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) have been married, but now Gisele is disillusioned with city life, so the two decide to move with their growing family to the quiet suburban community of Monroeville in search of a fantasy life. Unfortunately, this solution is not as simple as Gisele had hoped. Suburbia has brand new bases and a local queen bee, Malvina Munro (Maya Rudolph), who makes Gisele feel more out of place than ever. Frustrated that it was not easy to reach her “and they live happily ever after,” she turns to the magic of Andalusia for help, mistakenly turning the whole town into a fairy tale and jeopardizing the future happiness of her family. Now Gisele must face a race against time to undo the spell and find out what it really means to “live happily ever after” to her and her family.

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