Frozen II, also termed as Frozen 2 – a 2019 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy movie produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
The 58th animated flick produced by the studio, and the sequel to the 2013 movie Frozen, features the return of directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck whereas the producer is Peter Del Vecho.
Elsa the Snow Queen is blessed with an extraordinary gift – the power to create ice and snow. But no matter how happy she is to be encompassed by the people of Arendelle, she finds herself strangely uncertain in that place.
A day she hears a mysterious voice call out to her, soon she travels to those magical forests and dark seas beyond her kingdom where an adventure turns into a journey of self-discovery.
Everything was seeming right in place after Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck’s 2013 animated smash hit Frozen, as long-suffering princesses Anna performed by (Kristen Bell) and Elsa performed by (Idina Menzel) were reunited, the kingdom of Arendelle was released from its eternal winter, Elsa was crowned queen with her charm intact also appreciated.
And Anna had found love with a goofy regular dude after dismissing a wicked smooth-talking wannabe Prince Charming type. Still, all the fans of the Disney feature have long clamored for a sequel to the musical charmer if only to spend more and more time with a cadre of cute characters that includes all things a hammy reindeer and Josh Gad as a sentient snowman who has zero right to be as cute as he is in the film inside an inventive new world.
This film (Frozen 2) gives the princesses and their fans more time with Queen Iduna (Evan Rachel Wood) and King Runeard (Jeremy Sisto), as they share the fantastical familiar tale of an ill-fated political meeting that almost killed the kid king, locked a distant forest and its residents in a magical mist, and encourages Elsa to go looking for solutions she can’t find in Arendelle.
Much that is been imagined about the super-secret plot of – Frozen 2 has turned out to be incorrect – there is no fall version of Elsa, no overt same-sex romance, no secretly mortal parents. That’s for the best as the surprises that Frozen 2 unfolds are mature, heartfelt, and often quite dark for a kids’ movie.