The universe of ‘The Descendants’ expands with a new movie and new characters on Disney +

This new project for the streaming platform will be titled ‘The Pocketwatch’ and will feature seven unreleased songs.

On August 2, 2019, Descendants 3 arrived on Disney Channel, the last film in the franchise starring Booboo Stewart, Dove Cameron, Cameron Boyce and Sofia Carson, among others. Three years later, Disney has wanted to revive this franchise with a new movie starring characters totally different from those we already know.

The film will be titled Pocket watch, will feature seven new songs and will premiere directly on Disney+. The new characters that have been chosen to be the main protagonists are the children of the Queen of Hearts and Cinderella.

Red is an intelligent and rebellious teenage daughter of the mythical villain from Alice in Wonderland. While Chloe is the perfectionist and athletic daughter of Cinderella and Prince Charming. The official synopsis for The Pocketwatch reads thus:

To prevent an impending hit on Auradon just as a party for the new royal baby is about to be held, Red must join forces with Chloe to travel back in time via the White Rabbit’s pocket watch to stop an event that would lead to serious destruction. impact

Many fans refer to this baby as the sons of the King Ben (Mitchell Hope) and Queen Evil (Dove Cameron), but they assume it would be too soon for that. Jennifer Phang will direct the film from a screenplay by Dan Frey and Russell Sommer. Its filming will begin sometime this fall 2022:

With a captivating script and Jennifer Phang’s vision, we’re setting a new high bar for creativity and imagination with a film that ups the ante on story, song and dance to entertain young viewers, their families and the global base. of fans who grew up with the story of The Descendants”, explains the president of Disney Branden Television, Ayo Davis, in a statement. «We’re teaming up with them to bring a great new entertainment experience to Disney+.»

Descendants 3 premiered in 2019 on the Disney Channel paying tribute to the late Cameron Boyce and bringing together more than eight million viewers in only the United States, being one of the great successes for the chain.

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