PRINCESS DIARIES 3 Reportedly In the Works, Anne Hathaway Not Yet Donning Crown - Nerdist
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PRINCESS DIARIES 3 Reportedly In the Works, Anne Hathaway Not Yet Donning Crown

For many years, fans have clamored for a return to that beloved nation of Genovia. The Princess Diaries movies won the hearts of practically everyone in the early 2000s and brought Mia Thermopolis into our lives. And who can forget the iconic The Princess Diaries 2: A Royal Engagement, where Anne Hathaway and Chris Pine made us swoon as they bucked tradition and found love. Of course, through it all, Julie Andrews’ firm but tender Queen regent, Clarisse Renaldi reigned supreme. And now, it’s time to dust off those tiaras because it sounds like The Princess Diaries 3 may be a go.

The Princess Diaries 3 is in the works, could star Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews, and Chris Pine
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The Hollywood Reporter shares that Aadrita Mukerji will pen the third installment of The Princess Diaries for Disney. Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews have not yet confirmed any involvement. However, Hathaway has shared she would feel excited to return for The Princess Diaries 3, should it happen.

She told Entertainment Tonight in October, “I would more than entertain it, I’m pulling for it.” And we are pulling for it too. No details on the prospective plot of The Princess Diaries 3 have yet been shared. But knowing Disney, we wouldn’t count out Mia having a daughter or some kind of daughter figure in the mix. We would certainly hope that the movie would keep the emotional, but ultimately lighthearted, air of the first two movies.

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In any case, it would be delightful to see Mia as a more settled Queen of Genovia. And we wouldn’t complain about seeing Chris Pine again, either. Maybe the pair could even recreate their dip in the palace fountain. Pine is already slated for Star Trek 4, so why no The Princess Diaries 3? We hope to hear more official confirmations for The Princess Diaries 3 very soon.

In the meanwhile, we will take this time to rewatch the first two movies over and over. They are classics, after all.

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