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Frozen 2 Officially In Production at Walt Disney Animation Studios


At today’s investor meeting, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the Walt Disney Animation Studio is officially working on a sequel to Disney’s most successful animated feature of all time Frozen. The original directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee are back on board for the sequel.

“We enjoyed making Frozen Fever so much and being back in that world with those characters,” said John Lasseter. “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.”


This is a developing story. More news soon.

4 thoughts on “Frozen 2 Officially In Production at Walt Disney Animation Studios”

  1. Inevitable and rightly so.
    Toy Story killed the theory years ago, that you cannot have a sequel to an animated classic that either 1)ruins the first film, or 2)is not as good as the first film. Sequels done right can be better than the first and usually are.

    Also, a request. Maybe not for the 2nd one, but if they do a 3rd film, they really need to do a Frozen-TAngled crossover event. Rap and Ryder already showed up in the first Frozen, and I know my daughter would die for a follow-up film to TAngled as well. Do it Disney. Give us a Frozen-TAngled sequel film at some point in the future that finishes or at least continues the two intersecting stories.

  2. I loved Frozen, so did my niece. Frozen 2, OK. What I have been waiting for is a sequel to Princess and the Frog. Yes she turn back into a woman, she got her man, and her restaurant, but is that the end of the story. Come on Disney, please, have a heart.

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  4. Why are people surprised about a sequel? It makes perfect sense after the blockbuster results surroundig the first film…dvds, cds, merchandise tie-ins…kids love it but then so do a lot of the adults…..if they let them selves enjoy it. The world is rough enough…some fun, light-heatred, feel-good movie is what we need these days.

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