During Disney’s Q1 earnings call, CEO Bob Iger revealed that we’ll be returning to the frozen kingdom of Arendelle for a third time in the near future. Frozen III is officially in the works at the company as it looks to capitalize on some of its highest-grossing properties going forward. It’s one of three films revealed during the call, including Toy Story 5 and a Zootopia sequel.
Frozen III comes on the heels of the wildly successful sequel Frozen II which was released back in 2019. Compared to Toy Story 4 and Zootopia, Frozen II was the highest-grossing of them all, scoring a staggering $1.45 billion at the worldwide box office. Counting the original 2013 Frozen, the franchise itself has been worth $2.73 billion worldwide, and it has earned its fair share of accolades. The original scored Best Animated Feature at the 2014 Academy Awards and earned an award for its monster eight times platinum anthem "Let It Go" while the sequel earned a nomination for Best Original Song for its big hit "Into the Unknown." The films have also featured a starry main cast with Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel playing princesses Anna and Elsa as well as Josh Gad as the snowman Olaf and Jonathan Groff as Kristoff.
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