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Descendants 2 is an upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie. It has been written by Josann McGibbon and Sarie Parriott, who will also serve as executive producers on the project.[1] The film will be directed by Kenny Ortega, who will also serve as executive producer and choreographer.[2] It is scheduled to be released in July 21, 2017.[3]

SynopsisEdit

Ben, now the king of Auradon, attempts to help Mal, Evie, Carlos and Jay adjust further to their lives at Auradon. However, when Ben proposes to Mal, she cracks and returns to the Isle of the Lost. So Evie, Carlos and Jay help Ben disguise as a VK so they can return to the Isle, find her, and without being recognized. Also, Mal is shocked to find that Uma (China Anne McClain), Ursula's daughter, along with her friends, Harry (Thomas Doherty), Captain Hook's son; and Gil (Dylan Playfair), Gaston's son, have taken her place as ruler of the island. Uma was still resentful over the fact that she wasn't being selected by Ben to come to Auradon Prep with the other Villain Kids. So she gathers her pirate gang, including Harry and Gil, to break the barrier between the Isle of the Lost and Auradon, and unleash all the villains who were imprisoned on the Isle once and for all. [4][5]

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Trivia Edit

  • This Descendants movie will likely be a Little Mermaid theme because Ursula is Uma's mother and there will be two songs from The Little MermaidPoor Unfortunate Souls and Kiss the Girl.
  • Descendants 2 will have a simultaneous premiere on Disney Channel, Disney XD, ABC, FreeForm and Lifetime.
  • Several pictures of Mal and Evie have been named as coronation, highly possible another coronation will take place in the film. Mal is seen wearing a regal crown in this scene, with Ben standing across form her.
  • This movie, along with a live-action remake of The Lion KingFrozen 2Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the InternetGiganticIndiana Jones 5Magic Camp, and A Wrinkle in Time all got release dates on the same date: April 25, 2017. The Wreck-it Ralph sequel, Magic Camp, and A Wrinkle in Time all have 2018 release dates, The live-action remake of The Lion King and Frozen 2 both have 2019 release dates, and Gigantic and Indiana Jones 5 have a 2020 release date. Also on that day, it has been confirmed that Billy Eicher and Seth Rogan will voice Timon and Pumbaa in the 2019 version of The Lion King, respectively.
  • With the exception of Sarah Jeffery who plays Audrey, all the original cast from the first movie reprise their roles.

 

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