All of your favourite Princesses are joining together for one film

Emmy Griffiths
A new action-adventure script starring a collection of beloved fictional princesses is reportedly the talk of Hollywood! The upcoming project, which has been described as a female-driven Avengers-style film, will see classic fairy tale princesses team up against an as-of-yet unknown adversary. Although the script is currently being shipped around studios including Disney, beloved princesses Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, Jasmine, Rapunzel and Ariel are among those belonging to public domain, and so could potentially be a part of the new film. Should the script be picked up by Disney, trademarked characters including Queen Elsa and Princess Anna from Frozen and Moana could also have key roles in the film. Disney also allegedly already have their eye on Joachim Ronning to direct the upcoming movie, whose credits include Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Netflix show Marco Polo.

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Princesses will team up in the upcoming project

Princess films have proven particularly popular recently, with hits including Moana and the live-action Beauty and the Beast topping box office records, while live-action adaptations of The Little Mermaid and Mulan are also currently in the works. A sequel to the popular 2007 film Enchanted is also expected to begin filming in summer 2017. Titled Disenchanted, the official synopsis reads: "Ten years after her happily ever after, Giselle questions her happiness, inadvertently turning the lives of those in the real world and Andalasia upside down in the process."

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Chatting on This Morning, Amy Adams spoke about the new film, saying: "They are working on it, its titled as of now Disenchanted and is set 10 years after [the original] but I don't know all the details, but I look forward to it." James Marsden, who plays Prince Edward in the original film, also expressed interest in making a sequel. He said: "We all hoped it would happen. I don't understand why they never did it. It was a very successful movie. But at some point when the grey hairs start coming, you can't really play the quintessential animated prince anymore."

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