Attention all pigeons, rats, and raccoons of the Upper West Side: Big change is afoot, as Giselle (Amy Adams) and her commoner Prince Charming, Robert (Patrick Dempsey), are leaving New York City and moving to the suburbs in the first trailer for Disney's Disenchanted.

In 2007's Enchanted, Giselle left her animated life in Andalasia behind after finding true love in the live-action world. Set 15 years after the events of that movie, Disenchanted picks up as Giselle and her family — including stepdaughter Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino) and a newborn baby — are adjusting to life in Monroeville, with the one-time princess reconsidering her happily-ever-after.

"I wished for a fairytale life, and it's all gone terribly wrong," Giselle tells Morgan in the trailer. Turns out, there's a fine line between being a princess and an evil stepmother, and Giselle is walking it. And when she accidentally transform her new town into a real-life fairy tale, everyone's happiness is put in jeopardy.

James Marsden and Idina Menzel are also back as Prince Edward and Nancy Tremaine, respectively, while Maya Rudolph plays the local queen bee, Malvina Monroe, with a cast that also includes Yvette Nicole Brown and Jayma Mays.

Enchanted earned three Oscar nominations for Best Original Song, for "Happy Working Song," "So Close," and "That's How You Know," each written by Alan Menken with lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. Disenchanted will feature new original songs by the duo, under the direction of Adam Shankman.

Disenchanted is streaaming on Disney+ starting November 24. Watch the trailer below.



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