Pre-teen fangirls all around the world will now find a new reason to sing the Let it Go anthem once again now that the sequel to Frozen has been announced that has a scheduled release date in 2018. Excitement and much talk are made about the movie despite the fact that no plot has been announced just yet, Movie News Guide reports.
Apparently, Anna is set to develop her own powers in a musical fantasy that the movie creators of promise that Frozen 2 will be just as good or even better than the first movie.
One thing is for sure: The movie's plot will be built around an important social issue that impacts many members of today's young generation. What that Frozen 2 theme may be, remains unknown.
Meanwhile The Telegraph reports that Disney is not in a hurry to release the much awaited sequel, despite the fact that the Frozen franchise has proven to be a solid cash cow for the company many years after the first film explode on the silver screen. The first Frozen film reportedly took two years to make, which demands that the sequel have just as much time to develop, says Disney's CEO, Robert Iger, in order to satisfy requirements of "excellence."
The Telegraph further reports that both Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel will reprise their roles as Anna and Elsa, and will resume work as soon as their lawyers sort out their compensation. This will be no mean feat as Frozen has already achieved the status of highest-grossing animated film of all time.
Another object of impassioned discussion is Elsa's new dress which promises to trump the iconic blue and silver shimmering number that has enamoured armies of little girls around the world. Many believe that as the original dress was a smashing success in the Frozen merchandise, the new one will very likely be a big hit as well.