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Disney CEO Bob Iger talked about the fourth installment of the hit “Frozen” franchise in a new interview.
It’s official — we get it Frozen 4. Disney CEO Bob Iger announced the big news during an appearance on Good morning America. “Frozen 3 is in the works and there may be a Frozen 4 in the works, too,” he said. “But, I don’t have much to say about these movies right now. But Jenn Lee, who created Frostedthe original Frosted and Frozen 2working hard with her team at Disney Animation on not one, but actually two stories.”
Keep reading to find out everything we know Frozen 4!
When is “Frozen 4” in theaters?
A release date for the fourth film is currently unclear, as TV and film production was halted for four months amid the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. The Walt Disney Company was one of several studios striking artists over fair wages, the use of artificial intelligence and more.
When to stream ‘Frozen 4’:
Since a theatrical release has yet to be decided, Disney+ subscribers will also have to wait for the streaming date to be revealed.
Who is in the cast of ‘Frozen 4’?
The full cast list has not been decided, but it’s safe to assume that the main cast will return for the fourth film: Kristen Bell as Anna, Idina Menzel as Elsa, Jonathan Groff as Kristoff and Josh Gad as Olaf
What have Walt Disney Studios said about ‘Frozen’?
Bob avoided discussion Frozen 3 and 4 during the GMA appearance, but delved into the impact the franchise has had on the company and its theme parks.
“For years, at the Disney parks, we’ve been creating these big immersive worlds. Essentially, it’s the physical embodiment of some of the greatest stories we’ve told,” he began. “And of course, Frosted Being one of our most valuable franchises, as you mentioned, a very successful movie, I think it’s just the right place to build the place that Frosted takes place inside. It’s just a fictional country that allows people to immerse themselves in its history Frosted and interact with all the great characters from the movies.”
Describing the upcoming plan for Hong Kong Disneyland, Bob noted: “I think the best thing is to visit and actually meet Olaf and Anna and Elsa and the whole gang from Frosted. Of course there are great sights, but there are also great restaurants. I think what’s great about it is that you really feel like you’re in the place where the movie took place. And it gives you that strong sense of history that I think people have loved over the last decade.”
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