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22 Facts About “Frozen 2” That Even Avid Fans Do Not Know

Disney is without a doubt one of the most powerful entertainment empires in the world. From animated films and merchandise to theme parks, Disney has been a household name for generations. “Toy Story”, “The Lion King”, and “Beauty and The Beast” are among the most famous Disney films, and the original works are still sold today. Such a rich history and production has made Disney one of the most popular franchises.

One of the most well-known animated movies of Disney is “Frozen” which follows the journey of two sisters Elsa and Anna. Set a few years after a supposed “happily ever after” of part 1, “Frozen 2″ sees royal sisters Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel) embarking on personal, existential journeys, battling not any standard Disney villain but simply the often bristling path to adulthood. It has a big influence on viewers, especially kids, from clothes to music.

Do you like “Frozen”? If you do, don’t miss this post. There are 22 facts that you may not know about!

#1 Frozen 2 is, in fact, the first follow-up for a Disney princess movie that got released in the cinemas.

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#2 Anna and Elsa embody two different story classics in Frozen 2: Anna has the traits of a classic fairy tale character, while Elsa embodies a myth, according to Jennifer and Chris

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#3 Frozen 2 was conceived because the producers and creators were constantly getting questions about “How did Elsa get her powers?”

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#4 What do all the reindeer singers come from? From Jonathan Groff, he is the one that provided a voice for all the reindeer singers in “Lost in the Woods”

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#5 Jennifer and Kristen actually taped an emotional conversation they had and sent it to songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. And it inspired “The Next Right Thing.”

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#6 Kristen Bell’s real-life experience is the inspiration for Anna’s story about losing Elsa and Olaf and how you must move on.

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#7 Creators Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck soon realized that Frozen ended with “happily ever after” and that all the characters were just at the beginning of their relations.

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#8 Jennifer told that when they stood on a glacier for the first time, everyone grasped that Elsa would be linked to this “a thousand feet deep, thousand-year-old” ice — “that opened up the story to be something even bigger for us.”

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#9 Josh Gad improvised Olaf’s hilarious “Samantha?” line.

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#10 A Kirsten’s mantra is a base for the song “The Next Right Thing”

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#11 Jennifer and Chris told that as soon as Evan appeared in the audition, they instantly felt like Anna and Elsa’s mother “just walked into the room.”

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#12 Sterling K. Brown interviewed with “Wheels of a Dream” from Ragtime. It was the first time he had to sing for a role.

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#13 Evan Rachel Wood sings “Angela” by The Lumineers while dressed as a Disney princess.

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#14 An agreement was signed between Disney and the Sámi leaders – the native people of the Scandinavian regions who inspired parts of the film. That agreement assured their culture and customs would be depicted with respect.

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#15 Evan got the part of Queen Iduna while she was on the way to Disneyland.

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#16 Producers and directors went to Norway, Iceland, and Finland on a research trip to get the inspiration for the movie.

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#17 VR was used so the animators could envision the path for the wind spirit Gale.

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#18 In the first versions, the song “Home” sung by Kristen Bell was how the movie opened.

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#19 It took early six months and several animators to finish the animated sequences of Elsa’s horse, Nokk.

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

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#21 Artists designed a whopping 122 different sets for Anna’s wardrobe. Some of them were designed for Elsa but repurposed in the end.

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#22 Arendelle village had to be completely redesigned because only sections were shown in the first part, and now they needed more.

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