-It has been five years since we last saw our dear Olaf and the remarkable sisters, Elsa and Anna
-The long wait is over because the date when we can finally see the sequel of Frozen is finally revealed
-So mark your calendars little girls and also moms and dads for this wonderful treat from Disney
The long wait is over for the fans to see the Queen of snow and her adorable sister!
Yes, Disney finally released the date of Frozen's much-awaited sequel.
The initial date was November 27, 2019, but it will be brought sooner as November 22!
Of course, Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell will be voicing our two favorite characters, princesses Elsa and Anna.
And do not forget Olaf with Josh Gad's voice.
According to some reports, Frozen 2 is officially on production now. And on one interview of Kristen Bell who is behind the voice of Anna, she said that she had been recording for two years now.
“I'll be able to say more when the movie comes out but there are a lot of very very intimate moments for me in this movie that are like, that feel like they're from my real life and like,
...it's going to make me cry, but like songs specifically that I just gave her a spiel why this particular emotion or particular hurdle in my life was so important and what it taught me and she slid it seamlessly into the character," Bell said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly Radio.
Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will be the directors of the film who also directed the original film.
Lee said that they have been working for the soundtrack for over two years now.
“We have a new song that I think is an evolution,” she said in an interview.
She also said that she's happy with what people are saying and thinking about the film.
One of them is an interesting rumor that Elsa will have a female love interest that, of course, is not yet confirmed.
“Elsa is this wonderful character that speaks to so many people,” Lee said.
Frozen won two Oscars and ranks as the highest-grossing animated film of all time.
It's a story of a fearless princess who sets off on a journey alongside a rugged iceman, his loyal reindeer, and a naïve snowman to find her estranged sister, whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped their kingdom in eternal winter.
But not everyone was happy with the film, some think that Elsa represents a positive image of LGBT youth viewing the film and the song "Let It Go" as a metaphor for coming out
Source: The Asianparent, Wikipedia, Metro, Variety
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