While the third part of Frozen is still in preparation, Disney is already announcing the next one. As part of the Good Morning America show on November 16, CEO Bob Iger revealed that the big-eared firm was considering a fourth Elsa and Anna adventure.
“Frozen 3 is in the works, and there might be a Frozen 4,” he said without elaborating much on the subject. “I don’t have much to add, except that Jennifer Lee, who directed the first two films, is working hard with her team at Disney on not one, but two stories.”
Songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez will once again be at the helm to compose the songs for the two upcoming films, the composer, who won the Oscar for Best Song in 2014 for Liberated, Delivered, confided on social media (Let It Go). “Well I’ve been quiet here for a while,” she wrote. “But yes, that’s it…”, she wrote on X (formerly Twitter) while sharing a Variety article repeating Bob Iger’s comments.
After the global success of the first Frozen and its famous song Let It Go, the second opus of the animated film - released in 2019 - by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck grossed nearly $1.45 billion at the box office. office. A colossal figure which encouraged the creators of the feature film to think bigger, by promising fans a third part of Elsa's adventures, last February, the release date of which remains unknown to this day.