You surely won't be disenchanted by these stars who graced the red carpet with their stunning outfits.
Disney kicked off the premiere of Disenchanted, the sequel to the 2007 romantic comedy Enchanted, at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on Nov. 17.
As the film is set to be released exclusively on Disney+ on Nov. 18, the cast and filmmakers celebrated the debut by enchanting audiences with their simple but elegant outfits. Among those who attended were Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, Maya Rudolph, Idina Menzel, and James Marsden.
Adams and Dempsey showed that their chemistry in the film isn't merely a fairytale off-screen as they posed together for a picture together with their co-stars.
Adams looked absolutely blooming in a purple gown that featured a plunging neckline. For his part, Dempsey captured hearts in his light blue button-down shirt and a navy blue blazer and trousers.
Menzel meanwhile enlivened the premiere as she appeared in a bright pink and pastel green off-the-shoulder gown, with ruffles going down the center and along the hemline. Her ensemble was also adorned with glimmering, flower-like brooches on one side.
On the other hand, Marsden channeled his inner suave prince by coming in a gray turtleneck with a double-breasted blazer, complemented by light gray trousers and suede shoes.
Rudolph, who takes on the role as the film's main antagonist, turned heads with her baggy red long-sleeve gown.
Gabriella Baldacchino, who plays Adams and Dempsey's daughter in the film, stunned in a strapless dress and a poofy skirt. Also present in the premiere is actress and comedian Yvette Nicole Brown, who looked like a Disney princess in real life as she wore a pink and purple floral corset and a light blue satin skirt.
Disenchanted centers on what happens after Giselle achieved her Happily Ever After in the first film. Now living with her husband Robert and his teenage daughter Morgan, Giselle has grown disillusioned with life in the city and moves to a suburban town.
Still not satisfied with this, she turns to the magic of Andalasia for help, but everything goes wrong as she accidentally transforms the entire town into a real-life fairy tale and places her family’s future happiness in jeopardy.
To mark the release of the film, Disney also dropped a new clip where Giselle realizes her wish has gone wrong and that she is slowly turning into a wicked stepmother.
Catch Disenchanted on Disney+ starting Friday, November 18.