Disney's one of the most popular animated movies "Frozen" is all set to have the second part. The Entertainment conglomerate confirmed that the most anticipated sequel of the animated musical would hit the silver screens across the United States on November 27, 2019.

Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell will return as Elsa and Anna in 'Frozen 2.'

The previous part revolved around the story of two sisters, Princess Elsa and Princess Anna who were voiced by 45 years old singer, songwriter and actress Idina Menzel and 36 years old actress Kristen Bell respectively.

Both the stars are expected to return for the sequel since both of them took to their Twitter accounts to confirm the release of "frozen 2" and show their excitement.

As for another famous character from the movie Olaf, Josh Gad who was previously behind the voice of the snowman will return for the second part as well since the actor tweeted, "Mark your calendars. Frozen 2 is coming NOVEMBER 27 2019".

The details about the movie's story line are little known however Chris Buck, and Jennifer Lee who directed the first part will also return for the second part. Peter Del Vecho who was the producer for "Frozen" will also produce the sequel "Frozen 2".

Disney announced release of some other movie sequels too

Along with the announcement of "Frozen 2", Disney also made the release dates of sequels of some of its other popular series such as Star Wars and Toy Story. Fans will also get to see a live-action remake of one of Disney's most classic animated movies, "The Lion King."

The movie "Frozen" is considered as one of the most successful movies in the history since it earned around $1.2 billion around the world in ticket sales alone.

'Frozen' won several highly coveted awards

"Frozen" will also make a debut as a Broadway show in the spring of next year. The first "Frozen" movie received many award show nominations and was successful in grabbing two Academy Awards, one in the Best Animated Feature Film of the Year category and the second one for Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song.

The 2013 movie also won a Golden Globe, BAFTA, Kids' Choice Awards and two Grammy awards.

The film's first part which was released on November 29, 2013, featured favorite songs such as "Let it go," "Do you want to build a snowman" and "For the first time in forever" among others. "Frozen" also saw some other actors behind the voice-overs including Jonathan Groff, Santino Fontana, Alan Tudyk.