It seems like Disney's plan to make a sequel to Frozen is coming sooner rather than later. Could these new facts point towards a return of Elsa, Anna, and Kristoff in a new movie?
Stitch Kingdom uncovered last week a few domain names registered that included the words "Strange Magic." The site has a theory that this is referring to a line said twice in Frozen and that it could be the working title for a sequel to the animated hit.
In the movie, Grand Pabbie makes reference to 'strange magic' and the Duke of Weselton make reference to 'strange magic.'
It is hard to believe a full-fledged Frozen sequel could be coming soon with the Frozen Fever short set to appear in spring 2015, the Broadway show in the works, and the fact that the first film's writer/director is currently working on other projects. But Disney could be looking ahead and grabbing the domain names early.
While the movie was one of the highest grossing hits of last year and became a pop culture sensation, the ending of the film seems to be very closed with not much room to warrant a return, but being Disney, it will most likely happen at some point.
The property is just way too popular right now to just let it live on without future movies and it would seem likely that a sequel will be seen at some point in the near future.
Disney recently released dates for their next two animated features, but Frozen 2 was not in them so look for possibly 2018 or 2019 for the sequel.