As for Disenchantment: the interview with Giulia Ottonello, the voice of Giselle (VIDEO)

Giulia Ottonello returns to give voice to Giselle in the songs of Come per Disenchantment – And they lived unhappy and discontented, available tomorrow exclusively on Disney+.

The singer and actress Julia Ottonello returns to lend her voice to Giselle in the songs of As for Disenchantment – And they lived unhappy and discontentedthe new live-action musical comedy debuting tomorrow, Friday, November 18, exclusively on Disney+.

Ottonello had lent her voice to the songs performed by Giselle also in the first successful film Enchanted. A few hours after the debut of the awaited sequel, in a new interview Giulia recounted her return to dubbing for the songs of this new live action.

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As if by disenchantment – And they lived unhappily and discontented: a scene from the film

To celebrate the film’s arrival, the cast and filmmakers gathered last night at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood. Present at the premiere Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, Idina Menzel, James Marsden, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jayma Mays, Gabriella Baldacchino, Oscar Nunez, Kolton Stewart and Griffin Newman.

The synopsis of the film directed by director Adam Shankman reads: “More than a decade has passed since Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert’s (Patrick Dempsey) wedding, but Giselle has become disillusioned with city life, so the two decide to move with their growing family to the quiet suburban community of Monroeville. looking for a fairytale life. Unfortunately, this fix isn’t as simple as Giselle had hoped. The rules away from the city are all new, and a local queen bee, Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), makes Giselle feel more out of place than ever. Frustrated that her “happily ever after” concept hasn’t been so easy to achieve, she turns to the magic of Andalasia for help, accidentally turning all of Monroeville into a fairy tale and putting happiness at risk. future of his family. Now Giselle must race against time to undo the spell and find out what “happily ever after” really means to her and her family..”

In addition to Giulia Ottonello (“Giselle”/AmyAdams – singing), in the Italian version the protagonists of the film Ilaria Latini (“Giselle”/Amy Adams – dialogues), Stefano Benassi (“Robert”/Patrick Dempsey – dialogues and singing), Francesco Bulckaen (“Prince Edward”/James Marsden – dialogues), Luca Velletri (“Prince Edward”/James Marsden – singing), Laura Lenghi (“Nancy”/Idina Menzel – dialogues), Claudia Paganelli (” Nancy”/Idina Menzel – singing), Luigi Ferraro (“Pip” – dialogue and singing); while Laura Romano (“Malvina Monroe”/Maya Rudolph – dialogues), Renata Fusco (“Malvina Monroe”/Maya Rudolph – singing), Emanuela Ionica (“Morgan”/Gabriella Baldacchino – dialogues), Cristiana Alviti (“Morgan” /Gabrilla Baldacchino – singing), Stella Gasparri (“Rosaleen”/Yvette Nicole Brown – dialogues), Francesca Manicone (“Ruby”/Jayma Mays – dialogues) and Nanni Baldini (squirrels Skip and Kip – dialogues and singing).

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