Frozen 2 will arrive in theaters just before Thanksgiving on Wednesday, November 27, 2019. Disney also announcedrelease dates for a slew of untitled films, including an untitled Marvel film set to be released August 7, 2020, and a Pixar film on June 18, 2021.
Frozen 2 is coming November 27th 2019, exactly 6 years after Frozen's wide theatrical release. "Frozen" grossed $1.3 billion at the box office, becoming the highest-grossing animated film of all time.
So whether you're a fan of the Disney film or a not, it seems like "Frozen" will not be let go anytime soon.
Later this year, Olaf will get his very own Christmas special Olaf's Frozen Adventure, where he'll celebrate the holidays with Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Sven. Another film being pushed - this one by two years - is its 3D film huge - the animated musical based on the Jack and the Beanstalk story. Or, if you prefer the east coast, go toWalt Disney World's Epcot and check out Frozen Ever After, a boat ride that will let you reminisce about all your favorite parts of the original movie.
Meanwhile, a Frozen stage musical is set to open in summer 2017, while a Broadway debut of the same name is scheduled for 2018.
But some films, per this new schedule, have been dramatically pushed back. Frozen 2 sounds awfully 2 Fast 2 Frozen.
Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, stars of the first film, tweeted out big news Tuesday afternoon. Toy Story 4 will drop on June 21, 2019. And while she's unconfirmed at this point, it's safe to expect an announcement that Idina Menzel will return to reprise her role as Elsa.
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