Walt Disney Studios Twitter Amy Adams and Maya Rudolph in Disenchanted (2022)
In the shot, both Rudolph and Adams, 47, are dressed in regal-looking attire, and appear to be shooting daggers at one another with their eyes.
Adams is seen wearing a navy-blue gown featuring peacock feathers, paired with an intricate updo. Standing beside her with a rather evil-looking glare, Rudolph is seen wearing a black gown with gold-and-red embellishments and deep-red lipstick. The new Disney villain is sporting long black hair and is wearing a gold-and-black crown.
Rudolph, 49, previously teased that she'd be playing a baddie in the movie as she tweeted in May of last year, "What's a good fairy tale without a great villain? I'll see you in Andalasia my pretties ... "
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According to Entertainment Weekly, the sequel is set 15 years after the first film and follows Giselle, her now-husband Robert (Patrick Dempsey) and his daughter Morgan (Gabriella Baldacchino), who is now a teenager.
As they all move from New York City to the suburb of Monroeville, Giselle "must face the challenges of a new home and re-discover the true meaning of happily ever after."
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Speaking with PEOPLE last month at the premiere of his film Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Marsden, 48, said he "hasn't seen" Disenchanted — in which he will reprise his role as Prince Edward — yet, but that the movie "raises the bar by giving Idina Menzel something to sing."
"It was a crime that in the first film, she's in a movie musical and you have Idina Menzel, and she doesn't sing a note," he added. "We've raised the bar by giving her some big, Stephen Schwartz, Alan Menken ... I can't say too much about what she sings, but original music, I'll say."
Marsden also said he was excited to do a sequel because "the formula just worked" in the first movie.
"I think maybe for a year or two, there were conversations about what [a second movie] would look like and what the story would be. But for some reason, it just didn't happen," he said. "I don't know really why. And I was told over the years that they were trying to get it made and trying to get the script written. And finally they got it together and I was happy to jump back into the crazy suits and swing the sword again."
Disenchanted will premiere exclusively on Disney+ this Thanksgiving.