Patrick Dempsey confirms will join Amy Adams for the Enchanted sequel Disenchanted

Patrick Dempsey confirms he will join Amy Adams for the Enchanted sequel Disenchanted which might start shooting as early as spring of this year

Patrick Dempsey gave Enchanted fans their happily ever when he revealed that he is returning for a sequel to the popular live-action Disney film.

The 55-year-old former Grey’s Anatomy star said he has signed on for the upcoming film Disenchanted during a pre-recorded virtual chat on Good Morning America on Thursday.

The television star looked like he was raring to get back onto the big screen as he even showed off his script during the interview.

Back at it: Patrick Dempsey, 55, confirmed on Thursday that he'll be joining the upcoming sequel to Enchanted (2007), Disenchanted, during an appearance on Good Morning America

Back at it: Patrick Dempsey, 55, confirmed on Thursday that he’ll be joining the upcoming sequel to Enchanted (2007), Disenchanted, during an appearance on Good Morning America

Despite the low-key interview, Dempsey still looked stylish in a black turtleneck and matching black glasses while he had his salt-and-pepper hair spiked up.

GMA host Lara Spencer first shared the news before the actor added that he was already hard at work preparing for Disenchanted.

‘I just got this script for the second movie, and then I’m starting to go through and get notes together,’ he said, holding up the black leather-bound screenplay.

The Transformers actor also suggested that the fairytale film might start shooting as early as the spring of 2021.

Back for more: GMA host Lara Spencer first shared the news before the actor added that he was already hard at work preparing for Disenchanted; still from Enchanted

Back for more: GMA host Lara Spencer first shared the news before the actor added that he was already hard at work preparing for Disenchanted; still from Enchanted

Hard at work: 'I just got this script for the second movie, and then I'm starting to go through and get notes together,' he said, holding up the black leather-bound screenplay

Hard at work: ‘I just got this script for the second movie, and then I’m starting to go through and get notes together,’ he said, holding up the black leather-bound screenplay

‘Amy Adams is so amazing in that film,’ he said, adding that it ‘was a fun project to be part of.’

The 2007 hit featured Adams as Giselle, a young woman in the animated fantasy kingdom of Analasia who dreams of meeting her prince charming, Prince Edward (James Marsden), and falling in love.

But Edward’s mother Queen Narissa (Susan Sarandon), an evil sorceress, knows that she will lose all her power once her son finds his true love, so she banishes Giselle to the live-action world we know.

But as she struggles to adapt to living in a bustling New York City, she comes to rely on Patrick’s character, a divorce attorney living alone with a daughter who doesn’t her faith in fairytale endings.

The film was a commercial hit, grossing $340.5 million against an $85 million budget, according to Box Office Mojo.

Amy Adams was reported to be returning for the sequel in December, and Dempsey is the first of her major costars to confirm he’s returning with her.

Good memories: 'Amy Adams is so amazing in that film,' he said, adding that it 'was a fun project to be part of'; still from Enchanted

Good memories: ‘Amy Adams is so amazing in that film,’ he said, adding that it ‘was a fun project to be part of’; still from Enchanted

Meet cute: Adams starred as a princess-to-be who was transported to contemporary NYC, where she turned to Dempsey's cynical lawyer as support

Meet cute: Adams starred as a princess-to-be who was transported to contemporary NYC, where she turned to Dempsey’s cynical lawyer as support

Dempsey made another high-profile return with a surprise appearance on Grey’s Anatomy back in November.

Even though his character Derek ‘McDreamy’ Shepherd was among that many doctors killed off on the long-running ABC series, he returned with his costar Ellen Pompeo during a dream sequence as her character Meredith Grey was sick with COVID-19.

Grey’s Anatomy showrunnerKrista Vernoff has suggested that other departed characters may return, and Dempsey will be back in some capacity from beyond the grave when the show returns in March.

From beyond:Dempsey made another high-profile return with a surprise appearance on Grey's Anatomy back in November, even though his character Derek 'McDreamy' Shepherd is dead

From beyond:Dempsey made another high-profile return with a surprise appearance on Grey’s Anatomy back in November, even though his character Derek ‘McDreamy’ Shepherd is dead

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