‘Frozen 2’ To Take Viewers To Elsa’s Past? Chris Buck And Jennifer Lee Want To Address Social Issues
“Frozen” is one of those super hit movies that are always remembered for amusing children at superior level. The rumors are gradually increasing about the upcoming sequel “Frozen 2” as we are coming close to its release and the “Frozen” fans are eagerly waiting to watch the new storylines and animations director Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee have in their minds for the sequel. Continue reading to get the new ideas of the directors.
For more than a month, an umpteen of rumors have surfaced surrounding Queen Elsa and her magical power. According to Realty Today, the upcoming movie “Frozen 2” is going to put more emphasis on Queen Elsa’s history on how she got her magical power. The claim is not impoverished because the directors have taken Eva Bella to reprise her role as the young Elsa, which confirms that her past will consume certain minutes in the movie.
Since Walt Disney Studios declared that Buck and Lee would be directing “Frozen 2,” and also they have shared their ideas and progresses with the media for several times. In a recent interview with MTV (via Master Herald), Buck echoed that they had already formalized the overall theme and idea of upcoming franchise, but the producers were involved in crafting the entire plot as their intention was to give more meaningful message to the viewers.
Then both the directors came to point that their objective was not simply to make a movie. They are targeting the upcoming movie to have such a significant story so that it can cover social issues, which would leave an impression in the mind of today’s generation and they can get benefited by it. The directors further elaborated that since the animated film “Frozen 2” will have young girls – Elsa and Anna – in the lead, they will have all the capabilities to combat typical issues that are not fantasy, but the social issues that every young boys and girls and even men and women face today.
The directors are hoping to have “Frozen 2” on the big screen in 2018.
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