"Frozen" came to the #Big Screen back in November of 2013. It won over many hearts - both young and old. The song "Let It Go" became a hit that many kids and even parents were singing for months after this movie came to theaters. Other featured songs such as "Do you want to build a snowman" and "For the first time in forever" also won over the hearts of millions. Will anything be able to beat the songs from the first movie? We will have to wait and find out!

November 27, 2019

Grab your kids, your wife, your best friend, and anyone else in near sight because "##Frozen 2" is coming to theaters soon! Disney Animation announced via Twitter on April 25, 2017 that Frozen 2 is officially coming to theaters November 27, 2019.

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Many of main characters have tweeted about the announcement in excitement such as Josh Gad who voiced Olaf, Kristen Bell who voiced #Anna, and Idina Menzel who voiced Queen Elsa.

Many people believe that the first movie is always better than any of the sequels, but this might be different. As we wait for trailers to be released, our minds go wild wondering what on earth this new storyline for "Frozen 2" could be.

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What's to come in "Frozen 2"?

Most of the details about the storyline for "#Frozen 2" are unknown, but there is talk going around about potential details. There has been talk about a new opponent for Queen Elsa, the plot may be more interesting. In Frozen, Prince Hans turned out to be the bad guy who merely wanted to snatch Elsa's throne. Will this opponent have the same mentality as Prince Hans? Or will they be more devious? Rumor has it that this villain just might be Elsa's younger sister Anna! Will she do whatever it takes to claim her sister's throne?

Of course, we can't forget about Olaf! He won over many children and adult's hearts when Frozen first came out, becoming the most popular snowman in our generation. We are excited to see what his role has to offer in "Frozen 2."

Mark your calendars for November 27, 2019 to find out what "Frozen 2" has to offer.

Will Elsa have to fight to keep her throne again? Will Elsa successfully be able to use her ice powers in "Frozen 2"? Will Anna take up a new role as a villain and try to claim her sister's throne? What will Olaf's role be? There are many questions yet to be answered and we will have to wait and see what this sequel truly holds. So mark your calendars on your phones for November 27, 2019 and get ready to have your heart won over once again. The countdown has begun!