Fans of Tangled would recall that Eugene/Flynn Ryder cut Rapunzel’s hair at the end of the 2010 film. However, it appears the princess’ long golden locks are back as teased by the Tangled sequel trailer.
The princess of Corona is back in Tangled: The Series for Disney. However, before that, a TV movie serves as introduction to the upcoming animated series.
Titled Tangled: Before Ever After, the minute-long trailer drops a few hints on the movie. It begins by introducing Rapunzel and Eugene seemingly happy in the new life they’ve found after the events of Tangled. However, a night of adventure reunites Rapunzel with her long locks.
The trailer further reveals that Rapunzel wants to get rid of the long locks immediately. However, it appears regular scissors just won’t cut it.
The rest of the trailer shows Eugene wondering how the princess’ hair grew back. No one appears pleased of Rapunzel’s iconic hair. The mystery as to why is this the case may serve as the premise for the movie and the series.
Other details from the Tangled sequel
Tangled: Before Ever After brings back the voices of Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi. Moore and Levi voiced Rapunzel and Eugene in the movie, respectively. Aside from the two main characters, Pascal and Maximus also make their return.
Furthermore, /Film details that the cast for the TV movie and the series is bigger than the movie. Other returning voices are Jeffrey Tambor as Big Nose, M.C. Gainey as Captain of the Guards, and Paul F. Tompkins as Shorty.
Meanwhile, new additions to the cast include Eden Espinosa as Cassandra. Her character appears in the trailer as Rapunzel’s handmaiden. Jeff Ross, Richard Kind and Sean Hayes also join the cast.
Other names attached to the project include Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Charles Halford, Clancy Brown, Diedrich Bader, James Monroe Iglehart, Jeremy Jordan, Jonathan Banks, Peter MacNicol and Steve Blum. Events of the series takes place in the time after Tangled the movie and the short film Tangled: Ever After.
Tangled: Before Ever After ties with a March 2017 release date. However, an exact day is uncertain at this point.
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