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Princess Diaries 3: Most favorite characters Would Return For The Third Film!

Anne Hathaway became a thick-browed princess in 2001. Overgrown eyebrows are okay now, but our demand for Princess Diaries fodder endures. We’re excited about the possibility of a third Princess Diaries film. The Princess Diaries 3: What We Know

Most favorite characters Would Return For The Third Film.

The Princess Diaries 3 is Happening at Disney

Elle reports that Mandy Moore (Lana Thomas), Heather Matarazzo (Lilly Moscovitz), Chris Pine (Nicholas Devereaux), Julie Andrews (Queen Clarisse Renaldi), and Anne Hathaway (Mia Thermopolis) are interested in acting in the movie in 2019.

Andrews said she won’t be in Princess Diaries 3 in May 2022. Andrews told the Hollywood Reporter, “It’s too late.” “A sequel was once considered. I doubt it happened.” Andrews: “It’s too late to go back, especially for me. The lovely notion, but I doubt it’s possible.”

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Mukerji wrote a script!

Meg Cabot, the series’ author, told EW she’d read a script in 2017. Hathaway said on Watch What Happens Live in 2019: “There’s a script.” “Script exists. Julie [Andrews] and our producer Debra Martin Chase want to do it. Everyone wants it.”

Hathaway hinted at the team’s doubts about Andy Cohen. “We enjoy it just as much as you do,” she remarked. “We want to deliver it when it’s ready, just as you do. In progress.”

Cabot told Town & Country in April 2022, “Hopefully more Genovia.” “I know Disney wants to do more, but we need to reunite. Today’s busy schedules and COVID don’t help.”

The Hollywood Reporter reported in November 2022 that Aadrita Mukerji is writing a third Princess Diaries for Disney. The movie is a sequel, not a reboot. Hathaway doesn’t have a deal to return, but “the hope is she would return if the possible new picture moves past the script stage.”

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The film may honor Garry Marshall!

Marshall directed the first two Princess Diaries films. Marshall indicated he was talking to Disney about the third film in 2016. Marshall died at 81. Julie Andrews in 2017: “We could do it for Marshall… Annie had an idea she wanted to pursue, and I’m for it.”

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