Frozen absolutely crushed the box office this winter (did it bring the heavy winter storms to the Eastern seaboard with it???) and helped Disney pull off one of it’s most successful years at the box office in history. But with all of the success comes the obvious question: will there be a sequel?
Executive VP and GM of Disney Animation Studios, Andrew Millstein, sat down with The Hollywood Reporter last week to discuss, among other things (like future MARVEL plans), the current success and future thoughts for Frozen. You can find the full interview in the February 21 issue of the magazine, or go here to read it in full: HollywoodReporter.com.
There’s a lot to take in from the interview, but here’s one excerpt that sounds like a sequel has at least been pondered:
Iger said in January that there will be a Broadway musical version of Frozen. What about a sequel?
At the moment, there’s not a sequel on the drawing boards. Could there be? Sure. But we’re not engineered around the predetermination of that.
We’ll see, Mr. Millstein. If I had my guess…one will come, sooner than later. Let’s just all hope that it’s better than the run of Disney sequels from the 1990’s.