'Frozen 2' Release Date, News & Update: Bye Moana, Hello Elsa - Winter TV Special, Broadway Show Warm Things Up For Sequel

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The success of "Frozen" since its release in 2013 has been reverberating up until now. Four years after the winter-themed Disney movie has captured the hearts of the audiences both young and old, the clamor for a sequel, "Frozen 2," is still very much alive.

Thankfully, Disney has already confirmed "Frozen 2." However, no specific or concrete details have been released since except for the fact that Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel will be part of "Frozen 2" movie.

According to iDigital Times, Disney's timeline for "Frozen 2" falls on Nov. 2018. This has not been confirmed though and is neither set in stone. However, the fans are really rooting for the sequel because even though summer-y "Moana" was a success, it still wasn't able to beat the record of "Frozen," even if it debuted with $82 million.

According to Forbes, while "Moana" was considered as a big success for Disney's 2016 offerings, it only fell second place to the income brought in by "Frozen." Although no official "Frozen 2" release date has been confirmed, fans of Elsa, Anna and the rest of the gang will not feel their absence too much because a "Frozen" television special is all set by winter 2017. Further, a "Frozen" Broadway show is also in the pipeline for spring 2018.

All this "Frozen" TV specials and Broadway shows are considered by many to be pave the way for "Frozen 2" in late 2018. In fact, fans are confident that Disney is already deep in the process of development for the sequel.

The two big events may be a warm-up for "Frozen 2" and a shot to test the waters as well, since this sequel is considered to be a big risk for Disney. With that in mind, Disney is reportedly taking all the necessary precautions to avoid making mistakes and to end up having the perfect sequel that will break all the successful records of "Frozen."

 

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