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Frozen 2- Everything you wanted to know about the new sequel of the popular movie


Disney officially announced the release of the new movie from Frozen franchise. The new film will be produced by Lee and Chris Buck, who directed the first Frozen movie, as well. As in the first part, the story will follow two sisters, Elsa and Anna, as well as the cute snowman Olaf. Although Disney strictly hides the details of the film, we know that the sequel should have grand premiere in cinemas in 2019, specifically on November 29th. In a new movie, celebrities as Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Evan Rachel Wood, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad and Sterling K. Brown will be voice actors.


Frozen 2 releases before next Thanksgiving

As they said from Disney, the grand premier of Frozen 2 was supposed to be at November 22, 2019. The fans of this cartoon will have to wait the next year to watch the sequel. Although the premiere should have been on the Thanksgiving Day on November 22, but it was postponed in a week. For example, the first part came out on November 27, 2013. It can be said that the release of new films on the Thanksgiving Day is traditions for Disney, given the success they have achieved with Moana and Coco movies.

Frozen’s main voice cast return for Frozen 2

As we said in the introductory section, famous persons such as Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Evan Rachel Wood, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad and Sterling K. Brown will be voice actors. They also took part in the first part that was very successful, and they are back once again making voice over for the main characters like Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf.


Frozen 2’s story is a mystery

Although many characters are known to appear in Frozen 2 movie, the story is still unknown. It’s a bit understandable because this film is one of the most valuable ones created by Disney.

There isn’t a Frozen 2 trailer yet

As Disney has not yet released any story information, there is no trailer available yet. This is normal, given that Disney has the habit of releasing a trailers new films for several months before the premiere of the movie. Such was the case with movie Toy Story 4, which should be available in cinemas in June 2019, and the trailer was released recently. So the message for fans is that they should not expect a trailer for Frozen 2 before March 2019.

Frozen 2’s new voice cast

In addition to all the actors who previously participated in Frozen, two new names will appear in the new sequel: Sterling K. Brown and Evan Rachel Wood. Their exact role is not yet known as any other information about the movie, but it is expected that they will play an important role. Sterling K. Brown is known for his roles in “This Is Us” and “Black Panther”, while Evan Rachel Wood is best known for her roles in “Wood from Westworld” and “True Blood”.

Frozen 2 will explain Frozen

Frozen 2 is a sequel to the movie Frozen. Therefore, some of the things that may not have been clearer, will now be more comprehensible. It is certain that many fans have questions that are not clear to them, such as “How did Olaf get sentience?” or “What the heck is troll magic?”. Well, maybe Frozen 2 will give us answers to these questions.


Frozen 2 may give Elsa a girlfriend

One of the biggest mysteries of the first part is whether the snow queen Elsa is g*y. Frozen 2 will surely bring us the answer to this question. Although Disney did not publish any details about this situation, many think that Elsa will be shown as the first gay character in the cartoons industry. We honestly believe that this is not a good solution for such a brand like Frozen franchise.

There have been multiple Frozen shorts before

Exactly so, there were three short ones after the first Frozen movie. The first was in 2015 called Frozen Fever. After that one, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure appeared in 2017. The last short was a bit debatable because it was shown before the movie Coco.


Frozen 2 was teased by Wreck-it Ralph 2’s post-credits scene

Although Disney decided not to publish any trailer yet, or details about the movie, this does not mean that the film is not promoted in some way. For example, at the end of the movie “Ralph Breaks The Internet”, a message that promotes sneak-peek at Frozen 2 appears.

Frozen 2 was teased in Zootopia

Zootopia was also used for promotion of new Disney movies. On the bootleg DVDs presented by Judy Hopps, the names of the animals that can be seen resemble Disney’s films Moana, Gigantic and of course Frozen 2. What was written there, were the following names: Mewana, Giraffic and Floatzen. It’s pretty obvious, is not it?

14 Bizarre Facts about Cartoon Characters

Everyone has their favorite cartoon characters. Different generations grew up on different cartoons, but they all made us laugh, cry and wonder. Here are 14 bizarre facts about some of the most popular cartoon characters.

14. Mr. Bone – Doug

The fans of Mr. Bone will instantly recognize this guy. Doug was always humorless, and he just loved the discipline. However, did you know that his personality, as well as the looks, are based on the popular actor Don Knotts?

13. Batman: The Animated Series – The Joker

Mark Hamill provides the voice of Joker in Batman: The Animated Series. However, he wasn’t the first option for the part, and the producers considered Tim Curry from IT and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

12. The Simpson – Bart

Bart is the rebellious kid from the Simpsons family. Even today I enjoy watching this show, and I keep re-watching the old episodes. Well, did you know that Bart’s voice is provided by a woman? Exactly! It is brilliant Nancy Cartwright we are talking about.

11. Muppet Babies – Skeeter

Our favorite Muppet characters appear as babies in this show, and it is adorable. We can see Kermit, Gonzo, Miss Piggy, and Fozzie. Skeeter is another popular character, but he never appeared as a Muppet anywhere except here.

10. Spider-Man: The Animated Series – Hobgoblin

The producers made an interesting choice when they placed Hobgoblin as the main Spider-Man villain. One staff member tried to replace him with The Green Goblin, but he couldn’t because the toys had already entered production.

9. TMNT – April O’Neil

April O’Neil was a reporter in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but that wasn’t always her profession. Originally, she was a scientist working at Baxter Stockman’s lab and was saved by our heroes.

8. Rugrats – Chuckie

Nickelodeon’s Rugrats was a popular cartoon and Chuckie was Tommy’s best friend and one of the most memorable characters. He was voiced by Christine Cavanaugh who also did a bunch of other voices for Dexter’s Laboratory, Power Puff Girls, Recess, etc.

7. Winnie the Pooh – Tigger

Paul Winchell voices the popular Tigger, and he is doing a fascinating job. Interestingly enough, he is one of the first people to hold a patent for one of the first artificial heart devices ever created.

6. Arthur


Hardly will you find a person who doesn’t love friendly aardvark Arthur. However, the creator Marc Brown said that he would forever remain eight years old because his life is perfect and he doesn’t want to change that.

5. Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo is the most similar character to Elvis, and his lines will never be forgotten. However, the show was almost passed on. Only when Ellen Cockrill, Janet Mazotti and Julie Kane-Ritsch at Cartoon Network fought for the show, it was picked up and aired.

4. SpongebobSquarepants – Gary and Patrick

Spongebob’s best friend is Patrick while his pet is Gary. But did you know that Patrick and Gary are cousins? That’s the truth showed in one episode.

3. The Jetsons – Astro

The Jetsons is the classic cartoon, but have you noticed any similarities between the dog Astro and Scooby-Doo? In case you saw this don’t be surprised as Don Messick lend his voice for both of these dogs.

2. Scooby-Doo

While we are at it, it is fair to point out that Scooby-Doo has siblings. They are called Skippy-Doo, Doody-Doo, Howdy-Doo, Yabba-Doo, and Rudy-Doo!

1. Ren and Stimpy


The humor in this show is crude, but the entire world loved it. Stimpy is a cat even though he doesn’t look like it. It was based on the Tweety Bird cartoon A Gruesome Twosome in which one of the cats had a large nose.