We all know that Frozen II was a cash cow. The story of Frozen was not begging to be continued via a sequel, but the successful box office and craze that it spawned pretty much made a sequel obligatory. With that in mind, does that make Frozen II bad? Here are my thoughts.
We finally get our first teaser trailer for Disney’s upcoming animated sequel, Frozen II! What do you think of this trailer?
I personally am loving what I’m seeing! The overall look of the film is quite distinct and I’m loving the stunning animation! I mean, those waves and cliffs look so real! I also liked the bit of the song that we heard near the end!
The characters seem to be going on a journey, but I wonder what the journey will be. Any ideas?
I still don’t want them to give Elsa a girlfriend in this film; I’d rather her remain single.
Frozen II will hit theaters in the U.S. on November 22, 2019!
It’s that time of year again: the time we take a look at what next year has to offer us in terms of theatrical animation! Bear in mind that these are only the animated films with verified US release dates and that any and all dates are subject to change at any time. (And for the purposes of this blog, I am not including Disney’s upcoming The Lion King remake in this list!) Enjoy!
Disney has just announced that their upcoming animated film, Frozen 2, will be released to theaters on November 27, 2019! Also Wreck-It Ralph 2 has been pushed back to November 21, 2018 and Gigantic has been pushed back to November 25, 2020.
Are you all looking forward to a Frozen sequel? How do you feel about the other films being pushed back? I’m actually quite sad that Gigantic won’t come out until 2020!
Well, it’s that time again! As the year comes to a close, it’s time to take a look at the theatrical animated films that are due for release next year. Once again, these are the animated films that have release dates (USA release dates) only! Enjoy!
In what comes as no surprise to anyone, Disney has officially announced that they’re developing a sequel to their billion-dollar film, Frozen. The original team is set to develop the sequel. For more information, check out the Variety article here.
I personally am not excited about this. I feel Frozen should remain its own movie and not have a sequel, much less a sequel in the official Canon. But, the original movie was a huge success, so there’s no reason why this film will become a flop for Disney.
Are you all excited for this? Let me know in the comments below!
Ok, here it is: the review you all have been waiting for and asking me to do for the longest while! The reason I took so long to see it was that I was waiting for it to come out on DVD. Why? Well, because I would be able to snip images from it for my review the way I usually do. And also because, I honestly had no idea what I thought about it when I saw it the first time, hence my need to see it again.
So now that I’ve re-watched it, what do I think of Disney’s billion-dollar grossing addition to the Disney Canon, “Frozen”? Well…..it’s ok.
Yep, the beloved film, “Frozen” has accumulated a worldwide gross of over a billion dollars! It’s taken over “The Lion King” as the second highest-grossing animated film ever (not taking inflation into consideration, of course) after “Toy Story 3”. I, for one, didn’t think that this film would cross the billion dollar mark, but I’m glad it did! I feel happy that a film from the official Disney Canon has joined the ranks with the other 17 films that have made over a billion dollars worldwide!
Well, the Annie Awards happened yesterday and I can safely say that all the predictions I made were correct (I only made 3)! “Frozen” won “Best Animated Feature”, “Get a Horse!” won “Best Animated Short Subject”, and Josh Gad won “Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production”.