FROZEN 2: THE FIVE KEY INGREDIENTS THAT WILL MAKE THE SEQUEL SET TO BE EVEN FASTER, FUNNIER & FROSTIER!
We couldn’t let it go. We demanded another Frozen. And now, six years after the original hit movie, Disney is finally releasing the sub-zero sequel that’s set to be one of this winter’s ‘coolest’ tickets.
Before you wrap up warm, sledge down to your local ODEON and load up on ice cream for Frozen 2, here’s a breakdown of why Frozen 2 is set to reach new heights!
Set three years after the first film, Elsa hears a mysterious voice from the north of the kingdom, and remembers the bedtime story told by her father, of a village where a mysterious power holds the inhabitants prisoner.
When it seems Arendelle will succumb to the same fate, Elsa knows she has no choice but to follow the voice – and discover her true roots.
Let’s be honest, we all love Elsa, but Frozen has so many magical characters we’ve grown to love.
It’s gonna take more than snowballs to defeat the crumbling rock monsters of Frozen 2, so thank goodness the gang has backup, in the form of Lieutenant Destin Mattias (Sterling K. Brown) and his platoon of noble warriors, Yelana (Martha Plimpton) and her mysterious Northuldra tribe – plus the guidance of sisters parents (Alfred Molina and Evan Rachel Wood).
Frozen was two hours of twinkling eye-candy, so real you could almost reach out and break off an icicle, but Frozen 2 is set to be a masterpiece.
Of course, you’ll be wowed by the scenes where Elsa rides a shimmering water horse and Anna plunges down a raging waterfall – but the animators’ greatest triumph is capturing the characters’ emotions.
Even now, six years later, you still catch yourself humming Frozen’s Let It Go. Now, free up a little brain-space for Into the Unknown: a song so blissfully infectious, it’ll soundtrack your school runs from here to eternity.
“It’s a very powerful song, and it launches Elsa and Anna on that journey,” says producer Peter Del Vecho. “I think the songwriting is at a new level in this movie...”
Frozen 2 – in ODEON cinemas from 22 November.