The Swan Princess is back with an all-new feature length movie, ‘Swan Princess: Royally Undercover,’ available on DVD on March 28.The Swan Princess is back with an all-new feature length movie, ‘Swan Princess: Royally Undercover,’ available on DVD on March 28.
is back, with an all-new feature length movie! AWN has snagged an exclusive first look at the brand-new trailer for Swan Princess: Royally Undercover, the seventh installment of the beloved animated musical franchise based on the classic ballet, “Swan Lake.”The Swan Princess
Arriving for the first time on DVD on March 28th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover follows the enchanting tale of young Princess Alise and her friends as they embark on a new adventure where they solve a royal mystery using their detective skills and spy gadgets. In the movie, after mysterious visitors arrive in the Kingdom, Princess Alise, Lucas and their friends go undercover on a secret spy adventure to see if they can be trusted. They will need all of their superior detective skills as well as some super cool gadgets to solve the royal mystery and save the Kingdom.
Check out the brand-new trailer in the player below:
Directed by Richard Rich from a story by Richard Rich and Brian Nissen, and a screenplay by Brian Nissen, The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover was produced by Richard Rich, Seldon O. Young, and Jared F. Brown, with Seldon O. Young, serving as executive producer.
Featuring fan-favorite characters and all news faces, this next installment is the perfect fit for a new generation of Swan Princess fans, as well as nostalgic fans of the franchise. The DVD release includes a behind-the-scenes look at The X Factor star Macy Kate in the studio as she records the theme song for The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover, “Born to Be Me.” Macy Kate also sang the theme song in the previous installment, The Swan Princess: Princess Tomorrow, Pirate Today, which was titled “I’ll Be Your Star.”
The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover has a run time of approximately 79 minutes and is rated G.