There was a full six years between record-breaking, Oscar-winning animated movie Frozen and its sequel Frozen 2, an unusually long wait for a movie that made over $1.2 billion at the box office.
Disney boss Bob Iger has said that more new movies intended for cinemas could be heading for its new streaming platform as theatres remain closed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Disney has started a brand new animated miniseries featuring Olaf, the talking snowman from the Frozen franchise.
Deleted scene from Disney's hit sequel features never-released Kristen Bell song that wound up getting replaced in final film.
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The animated sequel has hauled in $366.5 million in the US, and a further $666 million overseas, bringing its total to $103.5 billion.
Jonathan Groff – the voice of square-jawed ice farmer Kristoff in Frozen – is joining the cast of the new Matrix movie.
Disney has become the first studio in history to make over $10 billion in a single year at the worldwide box office.
The long-awaited Frozen II has landed in cinemas in the UK, a full six years after the first movie became the biggest animated film of all time.
“You’re recording for three years and it keeps adapting, it keeps changing," explains the voice of Olaf.
Idina Menzel, voice of the ice queen Elsa, admits she’s not ready to let it go just yet.