Exciting News: ‘Frozen 4’ Already in the Works, Confirms Disney CEO

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Exciting News: ‘Frozen 4’ Already in the Works, Confirms Disney CEO

• Disney CEO Bob Iger has revealed plans for not one, but two ‘Frozen’ sequels!
• Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, and Josh Gad are all set to return for the third movie.
• Hong Kong Disneyland is also gearing up to open a World of Frozen attraction.
• Since 2013, the ‘Frozen’ franchise has captured hearts worldwide with movies, games, shows, and more fun adventures planned.

Disney CEO Bob Iger has just revealed that not only is ‘Frozen 3’ on its way but there are also plans for ‘Frozen 4’ in the works. The franchise is doubling up!

During an interview on “Good Morning America,” Iger shared, “Jen Lee, the genius behind the original ‘Frozen’ and ‘Frozen 2,’ is hard at work with her team at Disney animation. They are currently developing not one, but two captivating stories.”

In February, Iger confirmed the existence of ‘Frozen 3’ alongside ‘Toy Story 5’ and ‘Zootopia 2.’ Now, he’s proving Kristen Bell right with this exciting news of even more Elsa and Anna adventures to come.

While details about the third installment are still under wraps, Bell, Idina Menzel, and Josh Gad have all confirmed their return. According to Menzel, the actors haven’t seen the script yet but are thrilled about the opportunity.

In addition to this incredible announcement, Iger also revealed the World of Frozen attraction opening at Hong Kong Disneyland. Set after the first movie but before the second, this enchanting land offers a unique experience for fans, including an exhilarating log ride and exclusive Hong Kong attractions.

Since its debut in 2013, ‘Frozen’ has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide. With the addition of ‘Frozen 4,’ the franchise continues to expand, with video games, a docuseries, live shows, and more enchanting adventures to come. Stay tuned for more updates on the beloved icy tale!

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