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‘Frozen’ Sequel Not Being Discussed

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FROZENWe all know that Frozen was box-office gold as the film is currently the highest-grossing animated film of all time, but according to Disney CEO Alan Horn, there hasn’t been any talks of a sequel happening, it is just something that hasn’t even been discussed before.

This news can be taken a couple of different ways.

We already know that Disney is planning on a Wreck-It Ralph sequel, and the news of this was announced about two years after the movie was originally released. Just because Disney isn’t talking about a sequel now, doesn’t mean that a couple of years down the road they won’t want to make one, especially since it is guaranteed to do pretty well at the box-office.

However, it is good to know that they aren’t trying to quickly put out another sequel just to make a quick buck while Frozen is still popular with today’s rapidly changing public opinion. We don’t want anything to tarnish our beloved Frozen! And it is just kind of nice to know that Disney isn’t milking what they have going with Frozen, at least for the time being.

For those of you who are just pining away for more Frozen, don’t forget that Disney is making a musical adaptation!

How do you feel about the news that there will be no ‘Frozen’ sequel anytime soon? Relieved, or disappointed? 

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About Alissa Roy

Alissa is a student at the Rochester Institute of Technology, studying Media Arts & Technology. Her hometown is in the Middle-of-Nowhere, NY, where winter is approximately 6 months of the year. She is extremely nerdy, and loves all things animated, literary, or Harry Potter related. Her older sister spawned her love of animation by dragging her downstairs at 2 a.m. every morning and making her watch various films until their parents took them back to bed. Some of her all-time favorite films include Mulan, The LEGO Movie, Up, Tangled, and The Lion King. She also collects old Peanuts comic strips, and spends her free time reading, writing for the Rotoscopers, and working a variety of jobs. You can follow Alissa on Instagram and Twitter: @ThisAlissa. See her work here.