Frozen 4 announce

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At this point I’m convinced that Disney is desperate

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Yep Spanish news are already catching up with the news.

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Yeah and they’re literary escalating Frozen because it’s a fan favorite franchise to a lot of people

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And disliked by a lot people too…

0 creativity. So lazy…

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But we haven’t had the third one yet. How can they have a fourth one if they haven’t the third one is not even released yet?

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Exactly! The third one hasn’t even released yet and they’re already planning on make a fourth one
Ridiculous.

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…okay, if it’s true, this is funny. I mean, what we even have about the third movie? The fact that it will exist at some point of time. That’s it. And then that drops. Okay, the announce made it’s purpose, people discuss it. But if they do the fourth movie it will be out in…when? Five years? More? Why announcing stuff so early if anything can change. The last five years shows us that Hollywood system is pretty fragile and suffers a lot from unexpected changes.

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Here’s the actual quote from Bob Iger:

Frozen 3 is in the works, and there might be a Frozen 4 in the works, too. But I don’t have much to say about those films right now. But Jenn Lee, who created Frozen , the original Frozen and Frozen 2 , is hard at work with her team at Disney Animation on not one but actually two stories.

Even Iger himself, during the supposed announcement, said “there might be a Frozen 4”. So, yeah, I think what @Turned_To_Sin says, about how things could change between now and whenever this potential Frozen 4: Absolute Zero might come out, is spot on.

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Exactly that this is too much about Frozen in fact ever since the first movie came out back in 2013, Frozen starting to be the popular Disney movie and they be showing it everyday on Disney Channel in fact they’re gonna show it tomorrow on Disney Channel and they did show it on Saturday on Disney Junior. My point is, they gotta take a break from Frozen sure the fans may be happy about it but like I said its too much

I’m one of these people that don’t like Frozen no offense

Frozen is okay, nothing really to sneeze at. The character are good, the plot is good, and the songs are good. It wasn’t a world wide phenomenon for nothing.

The main problem is overexposure. Very similar to like Toy Story Marvel, and Star Wars, Frozen is seen all over the place. You can go five seconds without seeing something Frozen from TV specials, theme parks, toys, books etc. It’s only a matter a time before they have their own TV show. But, one can’t really bellyache too much. I mean, franchises like that is what keeps the wheels greased and the bills payed.

But, all business aside, let’s hope Jody is right and the third installment of frozen is the last so as to not run it dry.

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Well to be completely fair, if you don’t like Frozen (Because ‘it’s too popular :angry:’), then this should be non news. Just don’t watch it. :man_shrugging:t2:

As for the people actually interested and concerned with the quality of another film, I’d say the announcement of Frozen 4 is actually more promising than that of Frozen 3.

Because Frozen 3’s announcement certainly made it sound like Disney just needed cash and looked to its biggest moneymakers. But Frozen 4 being announced so early means something in the development process of Frozen 3 is warranting a fourth film, be it that they can’t fit everything they want in one film or simply Frozen 3 is opening the door to a new story idea that the creators are excited about.

So from less of a pessimist, and someone who actually has a reason to care about another film being announced, I say it’s a positive sign.

And a Frozen fan to boot. :upside_down_face:

So you’re saying like a two parter like Deathly Hollows and Across the Spider-Verse?

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Blast, you know my dark secret! :astonished:

Lol, but yes, that’s what I meant by having a reason to care :grin:

It would make sense, especially considering the wording ‘there might be a Frozen 4’, like they are trying to develop a story and best decide the format for it.

Don’t give me coyote vs. acme flashbacks… or any “upcoming” Star Wars or dc movie flashbacks

If that’s the case, I can think of one theory on how they go about this:

Elsa and Anna are not just spirits but bear with me here:

Demi-goddesses

Yay, you heard me right. Anna and Elsa could be part-Aesir (that what the Norse call their gods). Think about it. Anna and Elsa had their freezing slower than a normal person. Some might say it’s a divine threshold (I could be wrong though).

Anyway, I think I can figure the premise in the nutshell

Part 1: The frozen gang goes to Asgard to meet the Aesirs and are informed of Ragnarok: the fall of Asgard and are trying to prepare to prevent all while dealing with the schemes of Loki and his followers.

Part 2: Ragnarok is upon them as Loki sets his sights on Arendelle and the Enchanted Forest to join as collateral damage of this cataclysmic event. Anna and Elsa must face down the god of mischief to save their kingdoms and the world.

(Bonus points if Thor, Odin, Loki and Heimdall are played are played by Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, Tom Hiddleston and Idris Elba)


On a side note, if they are doing a two parter, it would be underwhelming. I was just thinking that a two parter would be something more… ambitious.

I guess that’s an interesting theory, but definitely not something they would do.

What I’m most interested in is how the new films will repair the ending of Frozen II, which I did not like lol.

I know what you’re thinking

“You want Frozen to cross over with Marvel’s Thor? That’s a horrible idea.”

Don’t worry, they would not use Marvel rendition of the Norse pantheon. They would put there own Disney twist on the more traditional stories.

But while I brought the MCU and they’re in the Multiverse saga.

:upside_down_face: :upside_down_face: :upside_down_face:

I see what you’re saying, but I still think they wouldn’t go down that road, not just because it’s already very closely associated with Marvel, but also because the Frozen universe is already based on Scandinavian folklore. Plus their lineage was already established in the second film.

That’s what Warner Bros Discovery be doing in fact Warner Bros was good until Discovery teamed up with them

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