2007 saw the successful release of Disney's live-action princess movie, Enchanted, and ten years later, the sequel Disenchanted is still in development. News has it that the script is almost done, and the movie could have more musical numbers.
Talking to SlashFilm during the TCA press tour, director Adam Shankman said:
"We are handing in a script in a couple weeks that I'm super happy with. Then gotta get the music written."
Shankman also says that though the story has changed a lot over the years, the basis for Disenchanted still remains the same—with Giselle (Amy Adams) asking herself what "happily ever after is" 10 years after being together with Robert Phillip (Patrick Dempsey). He also made a mention that there'll be a lot more music with this sequel.
Adams and Dempsey are expected to return for the sequel, but there hasn't been any updates on their characters' exes, Prince Edward (James Marsden) and Nancy (Idina Menzel). Counting that Menzel is the voice behind Frozen's Elsa, there's probably no way that they wouldn't want her to come back for Disenchanted.
No release date has been announced for Disenchanted, but the movie could probably come out late 2019. That's just my guess.