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Year: 2019
Original Title: Frozen 2
Length: 103 minutes
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
Studios: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios
Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: November 22 2019

United States: November 29 2019


Ranking: 16 out of 15,626 movies (up 14)


The 'Frozen' directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, will be responsible to bring us the sequel of this successful animated film along with producer Peter Del Vecho winner of an Oscar for the first part. We go back to Arendelle and to that magical world that conquered the critics and audiences equally with the first installment, next to the characters of Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven. In this second part of the story we will discover much more about the realm's past, Elsa and Anna's parents and, above all, we will learn a lot more about Elsa's powers and where do they come from. The characters will have to face a new threat for Arendelle, that is under great danger, and to fight it they will have to go into a journey that will lead them far away to the Magical Forest, where no one has been able to go in for years. Set three years after the first part of the story, in this case Elsa's powers will not be something to fear, but the only hope to save everyone in Arendelle, where everyone will put their trust on Queen Elsa and her abilities. The original cast formed by Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad returns to this second part along with some new voices: Evan Rachel Wood will play the character of Queen Iduna, Elsa and Anna's mother, and Sterling K. Brown will voice Matthias. Hide full plot... Show full plot


Cast Frozen 2

Kristen Bell

Kristen Bell

Anna (voice)

Idina Menzel

Idina Menzel

Elsa (voice)

Jonathan Groff

Jonathan Groff

Kristoff (voice)

Josh Gad

Josh Gad

Olaf (voice)



Trivia Frozen 2

The trailer for 'Frozen 2' became the most watched for an animated movie on the first 24 hours. This is the Walt Disney Animation Studios' last film in which John Lasseter participated before he exited Disney. The first film, 'Frozen', was the highest grossing animated movie of all time from its release in 2013 until 2019, when 'The Lion King' surpassed it.