The set has been taken down and we’re a tiny bit heartbroken.
The Disenchanted cast has bid farewell to Enniskerry this week.
Filming on the magical Disney movie officially ended yesterday, Gardaí confirmed.
“Last scene shot yesterday in Enniskerry. Farewell to Disney, farewell to lots of Goofy parking, to eating Minnie ice creams & to the Buzz of so many cars, and to lots of happy memories for so many visitors.”
#NEW | GREAT NEWS! Filming of the film 'Disenchanted' was completed in the town of Wicklow. Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey were seen shooting some scenes from the movie. Now they are going to Dublin.
According to information they have already passed half of the recordings. ?? pic.twitter.com/jEY0dQlOz6
— best of amy adams (@BESTOFAMYADAMSS) July 22, 2021
They confirmed that the sets have been dismantled and the car park is no longer in operation.
Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, and co. have been filming the Disney sequel since mid-June, but the Hollywood stars aren’t ready to say goodbye to Ireland just yet.
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It is understood that the cast and crew will now be filming in the RDS.
Adams and Dempsey are reportedly staying in rented mansions in South Dublin.
James Marsden and Idina Menzel have also been spotted filming in Ireland. The actors arrived shortly after their co-stars this summer.
Speaking about filming ending, director Adam Shankman said: “First sign that filming is rapidly coming to a close: the transportation dept gave me a t-shirt.”
“Thanks, everyone. Let’s finish this beautiful baby out strong for the next few weeks and focus on our blessings. For me, the first one on my mind is being able to direct and choreograph this Amazing joy-filled movie.”
On set at Disenchanted pic.twitter.com/vNOKKxRA6F
— @irishdisneyfan (@irishdisneyfan) July 22, 2021
The release date for Disenchanted has yet to be confirmed, but there’s no doubt it’ll be #1 in the Irish box office when it lands in cinemas.