Frozen 2: Release Date, Cast, Storyline Info

Earning an astounding amount of $1.219 billion (or £950m) at the worldwide box office, Frozen definitely is an animated movie with the most success ever. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure trailer was published by Disney, so as to maintain the interest of the audience as they wait for the new sequel. However, the fans wish to know when exactly the installment will be published. This is what we found out…

Frozen 2 can be found in cinemas on November 27, 2019. The movie directors are once again Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, and the producer Peter Del Vecho will also return. The movie is following the launch of the theatre musical Frozen, opening this August and then next spring moving to Broadway.


Both Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel will return as Princesses Anna and Elsa. Both of them are posting on Twitter about the release date of the movie.  Idina wrote: “It’s all happening! All my Elsas say ho!”, while Kristen added: “Quick weather forecast from your favorite Disney princess’ sister: Theatres are gonna get Frozen on November 27, 2019! Woo Hoo!” Josh Gad playing the adored snowman named Olaf suggested the fans to “mark their calendars.”

As for the plot, it is no surprise that they are keeping it as a top secret. Peter Del Vecho, the producer, has announced that the team is in the “development writing process.” He told Entertainment Weekly: “Now that we’ve been involved in it for awhile, what’s exciting is it feels like it builds on the first movie.” Also, he added: “You understand things better in the first movie after you’ve seen the sequel.”


This is what the cast got to say about Frozen 2. Kristen Bell said in the last month interview she was ready to go into the recording booth for the movie. She told to US website Collider: “The story is great, and they exude quality.” She also added: “What I know about that whole team is that they wouldn’t just put something out to put it out. That’s why it took them so long to even announce that we were doing the second one.” Finally, she concluded: “It took them a while because they wanted to figure out what story they needed to tell and what would be important and engaging and I think they found it.”