‘Frozen’ & ‘Games of Thrones’ Cross-Over Is A False Theory?
The sequel of super duper animated block buster “Frozen” is not going to have any “Game of Thrones” spirit. The voice cast of Olaf of “Frozen” Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage, who starred as Tyrion Lannister in “Games of Thrones,” speculated a cross over between the two, however, no one from either of the franchises has come forward to confirm it. Read on to find out more about the “Frozen 2” and “Game of Thrones” hoax ahead.
There are many theories surrounding the upcoming “Frozen 2” storyline these days, the cross over seems to be just one of them. According to Yibada, there are two theories stated, one is House of Mouse and the other one is Princess Annas’ super power.
The first theory, House of Mouse stated that there is a female villain who has the power contrary to the elements of what Queen Elsa has. Prince Hans on the other hand tries hard to win Elsa by saving Arendelle during the course of events.
Annas’ super power theory explains that her powers will be dissimilar to her Elsa, and Olaf will have a love interest, however, who it will be is not known as of now.
Gad and Dinklage reportedly said in an interview that Jon Snow is dead and there might be a cross over between the two. They even stated that the franchise might show some inspiration drawn from the TV series.
However, it is found that the claims are false because Kit Harrington, who is starred as Jon Snow in “Games of Thrones,” was seen shooting in Belfast for Season 6 of the series. So, the cross-over theory is completely baseless.
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