Frozen 3 Isn’t A Thing… Yet
In case you haven’t heard, Frozen is a pretty big deal.
So, it’s not exactly rocket science to draw up a scenario where Frozen 3 would be inevitable.
Freeze there, though. Heh.
According to Marc Smith — the director of Frozen 2 — nothing has been decided regarding the further adventures of Anna and Elsa.
No Frozen Trilogy – As Of Yet
Smith told Collider, “We have not had that discussion. I think Frozen 2 is still too close to everyone’s minds and ideas to, to think about what happens beyond, beyond that.”
Later in the same conversation, the director talked about what’s made him most proud after the movie came out. One moment at Disneyland will be something that Smith cherishes for the rest of his life.
“It’s the most rewarding thing in the world for me to go to Disneyland or on Halloween and see kids dressed in our characters’ costumes because it means there was a connection made there,” he explained. “As an artist, being able to have an audience that you can try to connect with, in a way that’s meaningful to you. And when that is meaningful to them, there’s just really nothing better for an artist. For anyone, I would imagine, but I certainly feel that way.”
Talking With Director Smith
SO, I hopped over the full and very interesting Collider Q&A by Drew Taylor, who asked a very, very interesting question:
How close did you get to actually destroying the castle?
SMITH: There were conversations about everything over four years. Every idea is tested in the minimal version of that idea and the maximum version of the idea. And usually it ends up closer towards the maximum. I remember conversations where we talked about, well, what happens if the castle does get destroyed? What does that mean? What does that do to the story? I think in the end, I the decision to let Elsa actually saved the castle was the right one.
Liked the above? You can get a lot more from the cast and crew of Frozen 2 via “Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2” on Disney+.