The good news is that the wait for the official release of the fantasy drama film Frozen 2 is over. The Disney Studio’s animated musical is set for a big release on the 22nd of November 2019 and will see the return of Kristen Bell as Anna, Idina Menzel as Elsa, Josh Gad as Olaf, Jonathan Groff as Kristoff, and Santino Fontana as Hans. It will also include the addition of new cast members such as Evan Rachel Wood who plays Queen Iduna – Elsa and Anna’s mother, Alfred Molina as King Agnarr – father of Elsa and Anna, Sterling K. Brown as Lieutenant Destin Mattias – leader of a group of trapped soldiers in the enchanted forest, Martha Plimpton as Yelana – leader of the Northuldra tribe, Rachel Matthews as Honeymaren – a Northuldran who seeks peace for the enchanted forest and Jason Ritter as Ryder – Honeymaren’s brother. But what more is there to know about Frozen 2?
The first teaser trailer to the movie was released on February 13, 2019. It attracted an amazing 116.4 million views in its first 24 hours, becoming the second most-viewed animated movie trailer of that period, surpassing Incredibles 2′s record of 113.6 million views. Frozen 2‘, which is directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, marks the 58th animated movie by Disney Studios.
Frozen 2 Premise
Frozen 2, a sequel to the original 2013 installment, follows the sisters – Elsa and Anna – as they go on a quest along with friends to the enchanted forest, to uncover the source of Elsa’s powers and to save the kingdom of Arendelle.
Frozen 2 will see Elsa view her powers differently. Unlike the first movie where she went through some dramatic experiences to ‘own’ her gift, the second Frozen installment will see her ease into the role of responsibility that comes with having powers like that; she will also use it to try and save an entire kingdom and the people she loves.
The enchanted forest will turn out to be a trying place where emotions are tested, attitudes and characters transformed whether one likes it or not. On the whole, Frozen 2 promises to give all-around entertainment for all its viewers. Here are 5 great facts about the movie Frozen 2.
5 Surprising Facts about Disney’s Movie
1. The Sequel Has Been In Development Since 2015
The quest to make Frozen 2 a reality began four years ago. The unprecedented success of the first Frozen film compelled the film’s creators and production company executives to consider making a sequel despite it being several years after the first film was made. For adoring fans though, it is never too late to develop a follow-up story to a much-loved movie.
2. Everyone Is Making A Comeback
From the cast to the production crew, everyone who has worked on the first movie many years ago will be returning for the second take on the widely successful animated film. Aside from the movie’s cast members like Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, and a number of others returning, the production crew making a comeback include directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, producer – Peter Del Vecho, songwriters – Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, and composer Christophe Beck.
3. Frozen 2 Answers Questions From The First Instalment
If you ever wondered why and how Elsa got the powers she has, why Anna has no powers, where their parents were going before their ship sank or if Elsa eventually falls in love with someone, the highly-anticipated Frozen 2 will provide answers to these and many other questions from the first movie.
4. Frozen 2 Is Expected to Gross About $100 Million On Opening Weekend
Following the unprecedented success of Frozen, which grossed $110 million on its opening weekend, going on to rake in $1.3 billion overall in the box office. Frozen 2 has been projected to gross $100 million on its opening weekend. If this happens, the sequel will be on its way to being as successful as its first film.
5. Arendelle Is Getting A Facelift
In the first movie, only a part of the kingdom of Arendelle was shown. However, in Frozen 2, the village will be playing a bigger role, prompting creators to pay more attention to designing it so it could look like a place people could visit in reality. The vegetative cover was designed after the team consulted with a botanist so it would come out looking Scandinavian.