It is very early to say about the plot of “Frozen 2” as its release day is yet to be confirmed, but a recent buzz has come up that Eva Bella, who had voiced the young Elsa in “Frozen” at the age of 11, has embarked her journey with the upcoming sequel. Read below to get more updates on “Frozen 2.”
So far, the highly anticipated movies “Frozen 2” has earned a pool of rumors and speculations from the fans ever since Disney declared the making of the sequel. Another rumor is in the air that the background story of Queen of Arendelle might be the center of the upcoming sequel.
Venture Capital Post reported that since Elsa’s identity had a vague representation in the first film, the fans are curious to know her background, including the extreme of her magical powers like snow controlling capabilities. Hence, the upcoming film is likely to disclose the origin and secret of Elsa’s magical powers.
As far as Bella’s news is concerned, so far no comment on the matter has come from either her representative or “The Mouse House.” Till now, the confirmed stars are Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff and Kristen Bell, who will voice the characters of grown up Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff and Anna respectively.
Meanwhile, Movie News Guide recently reported that Josh Gad ended his shooting for the 2017’s live action movie “Beauty and the Beast” just a few days back. His posting of photograph embracing his co-star Luke Evans, including his caption “That’s a wrap! Will miss the cast of #beautyandthebeast especially my brilliant Gaston #LukeEvans,” generated a lot of speculations among the fans that he would certainly concentrate on Disney’s project “Frozen 2.”
Disney’s amazing step up for “Frozen” franchise, as Forbes revealed, is something extraordinary. An organization named Code.org, which is committed to make computer science accessible in schools and expanding diversity in this arena, has joined hand with Disney. Its objective is to make a coding tutorial that includes featuring the well-known “Frozen” characters, Elsa and Anna. So far, about 50,000 classrooms across the nation have reportedly used the online tutorial on the group’s online learning dais.
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