‘Frozen 2’ Release Date, Spoilers, News & Updates: Production Of Sequel Has Started? Olaf Confirmed To Have Love Interest? Plot Details Here!

By Andrea Lou , Updated Nov 25, 2016 02:35 PM EST
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Disney's "Frozen" will be celebrating its 3rd year anniversary on Nov. 27, 2016. Fans around the world are getting restless and a lot of speculations are going around regarding the sequel, "Frozen 2", of this multi-awarded musical film. So which ones are true and which of them are, being a little over imaginative? Here are updates and some theories for the sequel.

Is "Frozen 2" in production? According to an interview with Chris Buck, the acclaimed director of the 1st installation, on Fandango, the team is already working on the sequel. "We're working on the sequel right now. Jen and I are getting back in the room and we've got some cool ideas coming up". That's great news for fans but not enough to cool down the frozen fever but at least there's something to look forward to.

When it comes to the plot of "Frozen 2," Buck tends to be more reserved. "I can't divulge anything," Buck stated on the same interview. Though, the plot was not entirely revealed he did mention that the Elsa on "Frozen 2" will have more personality. He shared that he had fun in making the short film "Frozen Fever" because they were able to inject more fun in Elsa's persona and that type of fun should be expected in the full sequel.

Meanwhile, there are rumors that Olaf the snowman is going to have a love interest. Kristen Bell mentioned in an interview with Collider that they have been working on an Olaf Christmas Special that will be aired on ABC in 2017. The story in this special film might give clues as to what "Frozen 2" could bring to the table.

For now, nothing is set in stone just yet and details about "Frozen 2" is being kept under wraps, but it is expected to release sometime in 2018. Fans can just wait for more updates on the hit sequel. 

                


                

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