The all-star cast of the Disney+ film were in Ireland last summer shooting the sequel, and it's only this week that pictures from the set have been leaked.

Pictures of Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey in 'Disenchanted' have surfaced online, revealing the regal get-ups that the two leading actors will be wearing on the screen.

Disney's 'Enchanted' sequel was filmed in Ireland last summer, wrapping up the cast and crew last August. The Disney team managed to convert a building into an enchanting castle for the production, which was filmed predominantly around Wicklow in areas such as Enniskerry and Greystones.

Check out the fresh pictures of Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey from the set below.

According to reports earlier this month, the sequel film will be undergoing reshoots next month in New York City. Due for release later this year exclusively on Disney+, the reshoots are reportedly happening due to a mixed reaction from early test screenings.

'Disenchanted' will continue the story of the original film, picking up with the characters 10 years later. When we catch up with the happy couple Giselle (Adams) and Robert Phillip (Dempsey) this time around, they'll be joined by a little bundle of joy. All seems to be going well for Giselle, but she's beginning to think that there's more to life. And so, everyone's lives in Andalasia and the real world begin to feel the effects.

Joining the leading pair will be returning stars Idina Menzel and James Marsden, who played the happy couples' other halves in the first film and who eventually fall in love too.

Also included in 'Disenchanted' will be Maya Rudolph, who will reportedly be playing the villain of the piece - and we can't wait to see what madness she brings to the role. The actor is known for her time on 'SNL', as well as 'Bridesmaids' and numerous voice roles in 'Big Mouth', 'The Mitchells Vs. The Machines', and Disney/Pixar's 'Luca'.

Following her shoot on 'Disenchanted', Amy Adams promised to Jimmy Fallon that the film will have plenty more cheesy singing and dancing for fans.