Is there a deeper meaning behind the "Frozen" theme song "Let It Go" that fans and moviegoers should take a look into?
The highest-grossing film in 2014, which won 37 awards out of 65 accolades, is back with a new sequel titled "Frozen 2."
From the heart of Walt Disney Animation Studios, the new film is set to conquer the big screens on Nov. 22 after its official world premiere held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Nov. 7, 2019.
"Frozen 2" will be bringing again the characters who helped Walt Disney bag its first "Academy Award for Best Animated Feature," but a problem already emerged even with the global release yet to come.
Fans started to dig the truth again about the sexuality of the film's main character, Elsa, and how the film used its award-winning song "Let It Go" to conceal the truth from everyone.
The song became a coming-out anthem, as Disney fans interpreted Elsa's journey as something that a typical Disney queen never did. Elsa never fell in love in the movie, nor gave an inch of interest to any prince charming. The scenario alone caused speculations that the main character will come out in the second film.
In Feb. 2018, HuffPost U.S exclusively got a glimpse about how Idina Menzel, the voice actress for Queen Elsa, said that she was excited when she found out that people were talking about the possibility of the character being a gay.
Menzel saw the campaigns of the fans to #GiveElsaAGirlfriend in the next film, which also reached the "Frozen" writer and co-director Jennifer Lee, too.
"I always write from character-out, and where Elsa is and what Elsa's doing in her life, she's telling me every day. We'll see where we go," Lee stated.
In a separate interview with Tyler Oakley, Menzel and co-star Kristen Bell (Anna's voice actress) spoke about the theories circulating about Elsa's character.
Bell answered the interviewer smoothly and stated that whatever Elsa wants to do in the future is "up to her," and it is also up to them to have her back.
Members of the LGBTQ coommunity recognized the film for speaking for themselves, and the co-director expressed her gratitude towards the people who created the dialogue and turned Elsa into a wonderful character.
But for the record, Disney never confirmed Elsa's sexuality up to this date. For now, her character in "Frozen 2" will focus on loving herself and her family, at least that is what the trailer tells the fans.
No one will ever know unless they see the movie in a few days.
If she turned out to be the one fans saw her be, then Elsa will be the first openly gay main character in Walt Disney films.
And Elsa finally letting go will be a great thing to be rejoiced about by LGBTQ members and supporters.