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22 Mind-Blowing Facts About “Frozen 2” That You May Not Know Yet

After the flying color of “Frozen” (the first season), this top-notch animated movie has made its big fan of all ages both young and old waited for so long before officially launching “Frozen 2”.

“Frozen 2” is credited as one of the most beautiful and meaningful animations in cinema history ever. Many say that this movie is hilarious, empowering with best sisters’ love and above all, it shines a light on the strength that any woman can have. Besides the feminism theme, “Frozen 2” is such an environmentalist as every moment of it is much of nature. The stunning land of ice and snow, the connection among our top four great natural resources – Air, Fire, Water, and Earth, and all other iconic scenes and character which hugely contribute to the great ideas of the film.

So, does the above introduction make you curious enough about the background story of the ideas and the improvisations that made it into the final cut? Have you wondered how they created such amazing digital effects? And, have you watched “Frozen 2” yet? If not, why don’t you enjoy this fantastic animation first, challenge yourself to pay close attention to every detail of the movie before taking this writing as a tool to check whether you can recognize it? And if yes, here we go!

#1. “Frozen 2” was born because of creators Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck’s realization that the relations of all characters were just at the beginning.

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#2. The amazing OST “Lost in the Woods” by all the reindeer singers was voiced by Jonathan Groff.

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#3. It was “The Next Right Thing” which inspired Kirsten’s mantra.

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#4. Thanks to Josh Gad’s creativity, we could enjoy Olaf’s hilarious “Samantha?” line.

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#5. Having elegantly dressed as a Disney princess when singing “Angela” by The Lumineers was the key for Evan Rachel to get the part.

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#6. While Evan was heading for Disneyland, she was informed by the producers that she got the role of Queen Iduna.

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#7. A research trip to the land of ice Norway, Iceland, and Finland was conducted by producers and directors to get ideas for the movie.

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#8. Parts of “Frozen 2” were inspired by the native people of the Scandinavian regions called the Sámi’s. Those people’s culture and customs were ensured to be depicted with respect as stated in the agreement between Disney and the Sámi’s leader.

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#9. Thanks to the application of Virtual Reality (VR) that animators were able to conceive the path for the wind spirit Gale.

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#10. In the first versions, the movie started with a song called “Home” sung by Kristen Bell only.

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#11. Anna’s wardrobe was filled with up to 122 different designed sets with some of which were originally for Elsa but ended up there.

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#12. Another key factor for the birth of “Frozen 2” was the huge number of questions about the origin of Elsa’s power!

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#13. “Frozen 2”, interestingly enough, was the first Disney princess movie with its follow-up released in the cinemas.

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#14. Kristen Bell’s real-life experience with the hope to give children a valuable lesson about how we must move on in life was transmitted through Anna’s story about losing Elsa and Olaf.

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#15. “The Next Right Thing” was based on an emotional conversation taped by Jennifer and Kristen and then sent to songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

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#16. In “Frozen 2”, while Anna has the traits of a classic fairy tale character, Elsa embodies a myth Elsa, which brings about a new wind to all audiences.

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#17. Right at the moment when Evan Rachel Wood showed up in the audition, Jennifer and Chris instantly felt like she was Anna and Elsa’s mother.

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#18. Sterling K. Brown revealed in an interview with “Wheels of a Dream” from Ragtime that he had never sung for a role before.

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#19. At the first time standing on a glacier, Jennifer said that everyone seemed to felt the connection to Elsa through “a thousand feet deep, thousand-year-old” ice — “that opened up the story to be something even bigger for us.”

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#20. It took almost six months and several animators for the animated sequences of Elsa’s horse named Nokk to get done.

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#21. A brand new image was redesigned for Arendelle village as it hardly appeared in the first part but now there much more sections that need it.

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#22. A song called “Get This Right” sung by Jonathan Groff and Kristen Bell also didn’t make it into the final cut.

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