Countless “Let It Go” jokes and flurries of snowflake emoticons flooded the Internet in response to the announcement of a sequel to Disney’s Oscar-winning movie Frozen.
Disney announced plans for Frozen 2 at a shareholders meeting yesterday.
Kristen Bell is expected to return to voice the character of Anna, and she seems to be pretty happy about it.
— Kristen Bell (@IMKristenBell) March 12, 2015
But not everyone was so impressed with the announcement.
Disney have confirmed Frozen 2. My thoughts and prayers go out to all the parents and teachers out there. pic.twitter.com/Cy0BtiVs3E
— Michael Clarke (@Mr_Mike_Clarke) March 13, 2015
Frozen 2. pic.twitter.com/V38HZDnF5Y
— Fresh Prince of Tosa (@quapet) March 13, 2015
Others had plot predictions and ideas for the title of the film.
Idea for Frozen 2: Elsa cuts off her ear, becomes a painter, and sings, “Let it Gogh.” — Tristan Varma (@steaklover7) March 13, 2015
Frozen 2: Sequels Never Bothered Me Anyway
— Connor Finnegan (@elconndorpasa) March 12, 2015
If Frozen 2 ISN’T called “Melted”, then I’m done. — Curt Mega (@curtmega) March 13, 2015
Chris Hemsworth linked to the new Disney film Frozen 2. He’ll be playing the role of ‘Thaw’. #zing
— Andy Lee (@andy_lee) March 13, 2015
Disney didn’t give any clues about when we can expect to see Frozen 2 on the big screen.
If you or your little ones can’t wait for more snowy adventures, showings of Disney’s just-released Cinderella will be preceded by the seven-minute film Frozen Fever, in which Elsa plans Anna’s birthday party.