Amy adams and patrick dempsey dating
If you don’t know the story, “Enchanted” is about a few typical Disney animated characters that get sent to the real world, but they don’t change the way they act or think. As I said, this is going to be a big hit for Disney and families will eat it up this Thanksgiving.Amy Adams (who is the best part of the movie) plays a princess who meets the man of her dreams (James Marsden), but soon after the wicked step-mother (Susan Sarandon) sends her away so she can keep her throne. So to help promote the movie, I got to interview most of the cast and the interview below is with Patrick “Mc Dreamy” Dempsey.Patrick: I think it’s always dangerous when you have a strike – I remember the strike in ’88 and it’s damaging financially to the State and to everybody involved, and certainly to the supporting business around this industry are going to get hit.And the people that are living paycheck to paycheck with families, it’s going to be devastating for them, it’s tragic.That said, there are quite a few product placements (not to mention the tie-ins to the whole Disney Princess juggernaut) and one scene of a character getting drunk at a bar." /A wicked witch tries to poison Giselle; Edward wields his sword against a troll and out and about in New York City (no one is hurt).
Like most Disney flicks, the romance is chaste (a few kisses), the violence is mild (though the climactic battle with a dragon at the end could scare some sensitive little ones), and the language isn't an issue.Like most Disney flicks, the romance is chaste (a few kisses), the violence is mild (though the climactic battle with a dragon at the end could scare some sensitive little ones), and the language isn't an issue.I’m going to tell you something that might surprise you… And based on the crowd reaction from when I saw it, I’m positive that Disney has a big hit on their hands.Patrick: Well, I’m hoping it does well enough so there’s a sequel and we go back to Andalasia and we can call it Disenchanted, she gives birth to a child and doesn’t like it, then she’s like, ‘I want to go back to the cartoon world.’ Patrick: Well that was the hard part is everybody’s having a great time over acting and being brilliant, and I had to kind of just drive the narrative, which was challenging.