It has been a while since Disney confirmed that there will be a "Frozen 2." Production could soon pick up steam, however, as one of the movie's main voice talents confirmed recording will soon take place.

Jonathan Groff, who lent his voice to the character of Kristoff in the first movie, revealed to Entertainment Weekly that he's going to be back in the recording booth "in a couple of weeks, or maybe a month." He added that he just got the email from the producers confirming the recording and he's quite excited about returning to work on the "Frozen" sequel.

But as far as detailing the plot for "Frozen 2," Jonathan Groff said he has no idea. Disney and directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck have been keeping the story under wraps. "I don’t know anything about it yet other than I’m about to start recording my section of it," the Broadway star told the news outlet.

What will the sequel be about?

Back in March, producer Peter Del Vecho confirmed via Entertainment Weekly that writing on "Frozen 2" was underway. He shared that fans will "understand things better in the first movie" once they watch "Frozen 2."

Like Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel (Elsa) and Josh Gad (Olaf) are also expected to reprise their roles.

Bell also said in March, while promoting the movie “Chips” that she’s not privy to the plot of the sequel for now.

What the actress understands, however, is that the writers and directors are not in a rush to finish “Frozen 2” just to make the theater date. Disney has scheduled the movie for November 2019, leaving plenty of time for production.

Will Disney do a live-action of 'Frozen'?

Meanwhile, as Disney is in the process of doing a live-action version of its animated series, such as "Mulan," "Aladdin" and "The Lion King," Kristen Bell hopes that the studio won’t do one for “Frozen” at least for 10 or 15 years.

If Disney did, however, she’s willing to join the cast and play one of the grandmothers.

Frozen 2” is going to come out in 2019 so it would have to be a bit of a wait,” the actress said, according to Metro. “I think in maybe 10 or 15 years when sadly we’re all too old to play the roles, that would be cool,” she said.

Frozen,” which came out in 2013, earned over $1.2 billion at the worldwide box office.

The film spawned an animated show for kids, a Broadway production and several merchandises. The movie also made a mark at the Oscars, Golden Globes, BAFTA and Critics’ Choice for Best Animated Feature.

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