'Frozen 2' Has Just Dropped On Disney+, Sky Cinema And NOW TV
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Yep, after being released in cinemas all the way back in November last year, Frozen 2 is finally available to watch on screens - two weeks earlier than originally planned, too!
Giving us another dose of Anna, Elsa and Olaf, the movie picks up three years after the events of the first, and follows the trio, alongside Kristoff and Sven, as they take a trip out of Arendelle on the hunt for the source of Elsa's powers.
If you have one of the three platforms mentioned above, you can tune in and enjoy the all-singing all-dancing Disney film today (July 3rd).
It landed on Disney+ this morning, and if you have Sky Cinema, Frozen 2 will land on the Premiere channel this evening at 7.00pm, for your viewing pleasure.
From then, you'll also be able to watch it on Sky On Demand and on NOW TV.
You can get a Sky Cinema bundle for £11 extra on top of your existing Sky subscription (the Ultimate TV bundle is just £2 a month for 18 months). Click here for more info. A NOW TV Entertainment pass costs £8.99 a month.
If you weren't lucky enough to jump on Disney Plus' seven day free trial before it ended, you can subscribe to the streaming platform for £5.99 a month, which rolls over on a monthly basis and can be cancelled at any time.
Frozen fans with Disney+ already had a treat last month, as the platform dropped Into The Unknown: Making Frozen 2, just to whet our appetites.
The six-part documentary series looked into the hard work which went into creating the movie, and followed producers, animators and voiceover artists as they brought the magic to life.
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