Opinion: Let’s Sing a Happy Working Song Again

By Brittney Corum 


Drum Roll please readers…. It’s been seven long years since we last saw the beautiful princess that emerged from her beautiful cartoon world, to find herself in ours.

Seven years have passed since a charming prince was comically mystified by modern television and we were all afflicted by the annoyingly catchy and peppy song to call woodland creatures to clean. Disney is showing how they love us by giving us the highly sought after sequel of the film Enchanted.

“Enchanted,” if you didn’t know, tells the story of Giselle, an animated princess from a faraway fairyland. She is pushed into an enchanted well by her future mother-in-law and winds up in the Big Apple and runs into a common sense lawyer.

The movie follows her antics as she tries to adjust to life in the Apple and her prince to be that is searching for her, and the evil future mother in law that will stop at nothing to make sure that the prince won’t marry her. It all ends with Giselle falling in love with the lawyer and the lawyer’s ex marring the prince. So what could the next movie be about?

While not much is known about the plot or if any of the cast is retuning, it is known writers, J. David Stem and David N. Weiss – writers of the “Smurf” movie – will be using their quills to whip up the sequel according to movieweb.com.

So, it seems that maybe in a few months or so we might be seeing and hearing a sequel to the Happy Working Song.


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About Ashley Shuler 1253 Articles

Ashley Shuler is the executive editor of The Franklin. She has held various multimedia journalism and public relations internships, including positions at Indianapolis Monthly, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis and Dittoe Public Relations.

When she isn’t staying up late to edit stories, Ashley spends her time boutique shopping and drinking as much vanilla Coke as possible.

This is Ashley’s third year in a leadership role and her fourth year on The Franklin staff. She previously held positions as web editor and news editor.

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