Sorry, No ‘Frozen’ sequel in the works

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After its smashing performance in 2013, many Walt Disney fans were hoping to see a sequel to the hit animated film Frozen. What could be next for Anna, Elsa and the rest of the gang?

Sadly, the answer to that (for now) is NONE.

There were rumors that a sequel as in the works. However, the official word out from the directors of Frozen is that there is nothing brewing just yet.

In an interview with Buzzfeed, co-writers Jennifer Lee and Christopher Buck were asked to shed some light on whether there was indeed a Frozen 2 in the works. Both are behind the ‘Frozen Fever’ short film which will be the accompanying feature for the upcoming movie Cinderella and it looks like that is the best that Walt Disney fans can settle with for now.

Buck and Lee revealed that they still don’t have a story in mind and have not even started to develop a script.

Regardless of that response which is bound to disappoint a lot of Frozen fans, a positive note is that the buck doesn’t stop there. Being a hit as it was, Frozen is bound to get a sequel and both Buck and Lee are most certainly the top choices to come up with a new plot on what happens next to Elsa and Anna.

For now, Walt Disney fans can look forward to Frozen Fever which was written by both writers.

The short segment will feature songs from Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the same guys who wrote the hit song “Let It Go” from the original Frozen film.

Frozen Fever shows the gang back once again as they try to plan a birthday celebration for Anna. All that becomes complicated however when Elsa catches a cold which, as you would guess, causes a lot of problems.

Not to take anything away from the main feature, Frozen Fever will be shown alongside Cinderella on March 13, 2015.

So if you want to catch a glimpse of Anna, Elsa and the rest, this is perhaps the best time to do so – all seven-minutes of it.

Below is a featurette about Frozen Fever.

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