The Pocketwatch

Last Updated on: November 22nd, 2022

Here is everything you need to know about the amazing movie The Pocketwatch including casting, reviews, fun facts and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!

The Pocketwatch Description

The Pocketwatch descendants disney+ movieIn The Pocketwatch, a Descendants sequel, director Jennifer Phang (AdvantageousHalf-LifeThe Flight Attendant), executive producer Gary Marsh, and writers Dan Frey and Russell Sommer (Magic: The Gathering) are taking viewers back to Auradon and down the rabbit hole to the hostile territory of Wonderland. There we will meet Red—the unruly daughter of the Queen of Hearts, who will reluctantly join forces with Chloe (daughter of Cinderella and Prince Charming) and travel back in time using the White Rabbit’s pocket watch to prevent an impending coup in Auradon. (source)




The Pocketwatch Cast:
  • Brandy: Cinderella
  • Rita Ora: Queen of Hearts
  • China Anne McClain: Uma
  • Joshua Colley: Hook
  • Melanie Paxson: Fairy Godmother
  • Ruby Rose Turner: Bridget
  • Malia Baker: Chloe
  • Kylie Cantrall: Red
  • Dara Renee: Ulyana
  • Morgan Dudley: Ella


The Pocketwatch Crew:
  • Director: Jennifer Phang
  • Producers: Dan Frey, Gary Marsh, Jennifer Phang, Russel Sommer and Wendy Williams
  • Music: Torin Borrowdale


The Pocketwatch Details

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  • Year Released: TBA
  • Type of Movie: Live Action
  • Movie Platform: Disney+
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