As soon as “Frozen” debuted in 2013, we all wanted a sequel. Finally, six years later, Princesses Elsa and Anna of Arendelle are back in “Frozen 2”.
The film took three years to create and at least three years to voice, according to the Instagram post of Josh Gad (who plays the beloved snowman Olaf):
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Tonight after three years of coming in and working in a booth by ourselves oppisite our brilliant directors @alittlejelee and Chris Buck, we FINALLY got to see the finished product for the first time. To say it was worth the wait would be an understatement. There is so much I want to tell you but so little I can tell you. I laughed, I gasped, I applauded and I wept. #frozen2 is stunning and surprising in many ways. On top of the return of your favorite characters and the introduction of some wonderful new ones, this is a story first and foremost about the undying love of two sisters (and boy are these the women the world needs right now.) You have never seen Anna and Elsa like this. I cannot wait to share this movie with my daughters and with the world. Get ready to step into the Unknown.
In lieu of telling us anything about the film, Gad shared his emotions when viewing it for the first time: “I laughed, I gasped, I applauded and I wept. #frozen2 is stunning and surprising in many ways.”
In the Insta photo, Gad poses with co-stars Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel (Elsa), Evan Rachel Wood (Iduna), Alfred Molina (King Agnarr) and members of the film’s creative team.
Another screener of the film was Bell’s husband Dax Shepard, who loved that he had the chance to view the film before all the others in the land. He posted a photo of kissing his wife’s character. Cute.
Disney will let “Frozen 2” go into theatres on November 22.