updated - April 2, 2020 Thursday EDT
Fans were thrilled when they found out that "Frozen 2" is really happening. The producers of the hit Disney animation finally gave a go signal to the sequel.
The Inquisitr reported that the chief creative officer of Walt Disney, John Lasseter, made the official announcement during the company's annual shareholder meeting in San Francisco.
"We enjoyed making 'Frozen Fever' so much and being back in that world with those characters," Lasseter said as reported by Variety. "Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have come up with a great idea for a sequel and you will be hearing a lot more about it and we're taking you back to Arendelle. We are so excited about that."
It has been confirmed that Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell will be back in the second installment. The actress who voiced Anna shared the good news on social media. "Dreams really do come 2!!! #FROZEN2 #itsofficial," she wrote on Twitter.
Idina Menzel, who voiced Elsa, was also thrilled about the news, but she admitted that she does not know what to expect in "Frozen 2."
"Honestly, I think they're in the writing/creative stages, so there's not much to talk about, other than we're really excited that there's a future," she told Billboard (via Latino Post).
Different theories have been coming out regarding the plot of "Frozen 2" but what most fans want to see is a royal wedding for Anna and Kristoff. However, there were also rumors that Elsa may finally find her match in the sequel.
VC Post reported that Idina Menzel's character has the opportunity to discover love and she may be falling after Jack Frost. However with Jack in a Dream Works film "Rise of the Guardians" it's not going to be the same Jack Frost that fans experienced passionate feelings for in 2012.
Many fans are excited to watch "Frozen 2" but they may have to wait after 2018 to see the sequel. According to The Telegraph, Disney has three films due out before the second installment including 2018's "Moana", and the songwriters have to write a brand-new score for the stage musical, which is on the horizon but not imminent. "We're not demanding speed," Disney's CEO, Robert Iger said. "We're demanding excellence."
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