Frozen 3 is not yet discussed at Disney. The Frozen franchise first entered the Pop Culture Arena in 2013 and became another big hit for Disney. Thanks to its infectious songs (“Let It Go” is still very popular) and the captivating story of sisters Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell), it fiercely resonates with audiences around the world for $ 1.2 billion and Two Academy Awards.
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Officially Not Announce
Having become cultural events with Frozen and Frozen 2, it seems that Frozen 3 will not be far behind. However, so far Disney has not announced that anything official is happening. Josh Gad, who voices the adorable snowman Olaf, recently stated that he is not aware of any plans yet, but has not fully written down the possibility. Frozen 2 directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee similarly said they had no immediate plans for a third movie, but also acknowledged that it could happen in the future.
So far, it seems Frozen 3 is still a distant possibility. Mark Smith, who served as the story director for Frozen 2, spoke with Collider about the making of that film and the franchise’s potential future. When asked if there was any interest in Frozen 3, Smith simply said, “We haven’t had that discussion. I think Frozen 2 is still very close to everyone’s mind and thoughts, to think about what happens next?”
About Releasing All The Frozen
Given the time it takes for Frozen 2 to arrive, it will be some time before Frozen 3 is actually released. Just because nothing happens doesn’t mean it will never happen, although many people can see Elsa and Anna’s stories properly wrapped up. This is Disney, after all, and Disney likes to continue its most successful properties. For example, Toy Story 3 seemed like the franchise ended entirely in 2010, but only last year saw the release of Toy Story 4.
For example, Disney is enjoying a wave of Frozen 2 before moving on to its next move. Just last week, a special six-part documentary series was released on Disney +, exploring the behind-the-scenes process of Frozen 2. Additionally, Gad recently returned as Olaf for a series of digital shorts.