The much anticipated “Frozen 2” which encircles an umpteen of speculation, and a much-awaited sequel after the original “Frozen” was both a commercial and critical praise success across the global box office; the director unveils that the sequel will hold powerful pragmatic message for its young audience. Find out
As per reports by Ecumenical News, it is allegedly said, that Walt Disney’s CEO Bob Iger is in no rush with the forthcoming sequel “Frozen 2” neither will the company enforce the plot of the movie, cause doing that might affect the quality of the sequel. Well! Do you except “Frozen 2” to outnumber “Frozen”? However, the creative team is up for the challenge.
Although there is quite some time left for “Frozen 2” to hit the theaters, as it is lined up for 2017 release, the production unit at the rear of the film hasn’t disclosed much about the official storyline.
Chris Buck, the Oscar awarded director for “Tarzan” alongside writer Jennifer Lee, have recently teased tits and bits about the sequel, promising that the movie will certainly live up to the hype and bring back one of Disney’s most favorite tales to life one again.
Recently, Chris Buck teased that they are well aware of where they are actually going with the forthcoming movie “Frozen 2” while he states that it will contain a powerful and optimistic message for the children.
During an interaction with MTV News, the director unveiled that they are concern about what happening around the society and the much influence movies have on children, so they aren’t taking the movie lightly. It is also rumored that “Frozen 2” is going to be LGBT-friendly.
“When the kids [watch] them, they watch them over and over again, and if we don’t have a decent message in there, I think we’ve missed an opportunity,” Buck explained.
Chris Buck also confirmed that “Frozen 2’’ will reprise the two strongest ladies as they are the heartthrob of the film, The relation between Anna and Elsa is one among the crucial ingredients while we will see a joyful Elsa having fun again in “Frozen 2”.
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