"Frozen 2" is coming to a movie theater near you soon - but not that soon. On Tuesday, Disney announced the sequel and its official Release Date, as well as release dates for several other highly prominent properties of theirs. Fans of the original "Frozen" are still a couple of years from an arctic blast of more songs and icy drama. If the schedule is any indication, however, Disney fans are in for quite the ride over the next few years.

The chilly sequel

The announcement about "Frozen 2" actually came from a voice actor from the franchise. Josh Gad, who played the indomitable snowman Olaf in the original and is fresh off a starring role as LeFou in another Disney property, "Beauty and the Beast," tweeted the release date: November 27, 2019.

At approximately the same time, the Disney Animation Twitter account also posted the release date, confirming news about a sequel that fans have been clamoring for since the original came out in 2013.

What "Frozen 2" will look like remains to be seen. Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Sven will be back for the adventure, along with Olaf. Hans may not be included in the sequel, though. It may also be difficult to come up with a tune as catchy as "Let It Go." There have been calls by many for Disney to reveal Elsa to be an LGBTQ heroine, but there has been no news as to whether or not that fan theory could become a reality.

Other Disney release dates

"Frozen 2" wasn't the only major Disney property to get a release date on Tuesday.

"Star Wars Episode IX" also received a release date, despite the fact that "Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi" hasn't come out yet. That movie will be released on May 24, 2019. In fact, that whole year will be stacked with Disney movies, as "Captain Marvel," "Avengers: Infinity War Part II," and the fifth "Indiana Jones" movie are all slated to come out that year.

There will be plenty of opportunities for fans of animated Disney features to get their fix in before "Frozen 2." "Cars 3" is the next to drive into theaters, with a release date less than two months away. "Coco" will also come out in 2017.

The following year will bring sequels to both "Wreck-It Ralph" and "The Incredibles." There will be at least two more animated films to come out before that, with one yet to be announced and one serving as the new movie in the "Toy Story" franchise. Plenty of animated films are coming moviegoers ways in the coming years.