Kristen Bell And Idina Menzel Have Not Ruled Out Another Frozen Film
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Two stars from Disney's billion dollar franchise Frozen have shared their thoughts on a third movie and fans are going to want to read this.
Both Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell, who are behind the voices for sisters Elsa and Anna respectively, were recently asked if they could see a third film ever happening.
Menzel was asked about Frozen during an interview with Shop Today's Jill Martin earlier this month, People reports.
"I hope it is, but I don't know," the Broadway icon said when asked whether Frozen III is in the works. "Anytime I can be 80 and play a blonde animated girl who is, like, 15 — who has amazing arms, by the way, I love that about her."
Bell responded to Menzel's cheeky comments about another Frozen flick in an interview with Jimmy Fallon on Monday's (20 June) edition of The Late Show.
After Fallon said he is a huge fan of the films, Bell quipped: “I would… like to officially announce, with zero authority, Frozen III.”
She later clarified: "Please bear in mind I did say ‘zero authority’ because I can’t do that. I can’t do that. No, I’m not in charge.”
When Fallon pressed for a slither of information about the future of Frozen, Bell confessed: "Well, you know, I’m– I’ll keep it mysterious, but I know Idina [Menzel] recently said she would do it and I feel like if we’re all in, like, what are we waiting for? Let’s do it.”
Frozen won the hearts of children and adults alike when it was released in November 2013. The musical fantasy film, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Snow Queen follows the tragic story of two sisters who are estranged after one, Elsa, discovers she has icy powers which renders their kingdom to living am eternal winter.
The film was highly praised for its depiction of a sisterly relationship, voice acting and them music – we still can’t get enough of ‘Let It Go’.
Frozen grossed $1.280 billion at the worldwide box office and was the highest-grossing animated film until the 2019 remake of The Lion King surpassed it.
The success of the film meant Disney commissioned a highly anticipated sequel, Frozen II, released in November 2019.
The sequel grossed $1.450 billion worldwide and was the third highest grossing film of 2019. The voice cast, including Bell, Menzel, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff all returned for the film, which follows Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf as they venture into an enchanted forest to discover the origin of Elsa’s powers.
Our fingers and toes are crossed for more Frozen!
Topics: TV And Film, Disney, Frozen