'Enchanted' sequel to shoot in Ireland and they're on the hunt for dancers to feature in the movie!
If your dream is to be in a Disney movie then this might be your chance!
It seems that 'Disenchanted', the sequel to the movie 'Enchanted', will be filming in Ireland and Walt Disney Studios have made a call out for dancers in Ireland!
Enchanted was released in 2007 and followed the story of an animated princess called Giselle, played by Amy Adams, and her adventures when she arrives in real life New York.
Filming for the follow up to the movie is set to begin in Spring with Patrick Dempsey and Amy Adams confirmed to return and according to Production Weekly and Disinsider, shooting will happen right here in Ireland!
Though the movie is not mentioned in the casting call, Disney are looking for "trained dancers for an upcoming musical feature film." Details in the casting alert reveal shooting will happen between May and August of this year and they are looking for dancers aged 18-60!
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