More of Hollywood's finest land in Ireland to film Disenchanted 1 year ago

More of Hollywood's finest land in Ireland to film Disenchanted

Can Disenchanted stay in Ireland forever?

This country's been overloaded with Hollywood stars this summer, not that we're complaining at all.


From Patrick Dempsey and Amy Adams to Chris Pine and Hugh Grant, we thought we'd gotten more than we'd wished for with this bunch filming on our shores.

But no, we somehow just got luckier as Idina Menzel and James Marsden have both arrived to join the cast of Disenchanted.

Director Adam Shankman revealed on his Instagram that the pair had arrived in Dublin ready to film the massive Disney sequel.


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Posing with the two actors, Shankman wrote: "Found my #potsofgold In Dublin. Edward and Nancy."

"@james_marsden and @idinamenzel = a @disney dream #Disenchanted @disneyplus."

And just to make sure it's definitely clear that they're here, James Marsden reposted the same photo to his Instagram story saying: "From Ireland, With Love."


Disenchanted has been filming in Enniskerry and Greystones in Wicklow for the past few months, and thanks to Patrick Dempsey, we've been getting live updates constantly about his stay in Ireland through his Instagram.


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Really, this man is so obsessed with our little island.


And he's seen it all by now, from the Oscar Wilde statue yesterday to climbing the Sugarloaf mountain, McDreamy really has become a local, watch out Matt Damon.

But the Grey's Anatomy star isn't the only one who's been spotted out exploring the country as Maya Rudolf was seen in Howth as she and her family took a trip on the Ireland's Eye Ferries.

While the star herself Amy Adams hasn't been out and about as much as her costars, she has been pretty busy in her downtime. Taking to instagram in May, she filmed a video for Foster Care Awareness month from her kitchen in Ireland, so she's very much forgiven.