‘Frozen 2’ Revealed: Why Animated Movies Are Good?


If you are reading this, you are an animation fan and awaiting Frozen 2 – it is definitely happening. Get ready to go back to the land of Arendelle and some snowstorm. Disney’s Frozen sequel is already underway and animated lovers are completely excited with the news. Kristen Bell, who speaks and sings for Anna, revealed in an interview in March the beginning of studio recording for Frozen 2, reports News Everyday.  She said, “We’re just about to. They’ve just written it and they’re still doing tweaks, but I think we should be recording this month.” According to Digital Spy, the filmmakers actually came up with the end first and worked on the body and beginning later. Kristen explained Disney and the team did not want to rest the sequel on success of first Frozen film. Therefore, they took time to come up with an “important and engaging” plot, which can equal or surpass the quality of the first Frozen movie.Like us on Facebook Horror Movies Are Actually Bloodcurdling The first Frozen movie, based on Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale The Snow Queen, was awarded Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for Let It Go in Motion Picture Academy. John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, revealed that Olaf is going to be in the sequel and may also find love. Rumors, reported by News Everyday, also suggest the new movie will include a twist where Elsa and Anna are actually not biological sisters. These spoilers do not dampen the animation fans. Animated movies are like live story telling. Keeping children entertained is a tough business and the animated movie industry does the toughest job with all sincerity. Animations are complete family entertainers, giving way to parent-child bonding. Simplicity of the story, dialogues and lyrics are meaningful and touch the life lessons. Plus, they are funny. They strike the chord with children. The Lion King teaches about being responsible for your actions and not running away from problems. Wall.E reflects the importance of taking care of environment and recycling. Shrek breaks down the beauty scale of fairness, slim and handsome, and shows beauty lies within. It shows handsome princes are not always courageous. Courage can be a trait of anyone on Earth. All Toy Story films teach the lesson of friendship, sharing and unity. In the movie, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimmaron, a wild horse never gives hope of returning to his herd. He struggles for his freedom and eventually finds it. How to Train Your Dragon shows violence cannot conquer your enemies, and only friendship, love and understanding can. With captivating story-telling and brilliant musicals, animated movies can melt down the hardest, frozen hearts! Photo Source: Youtube, Pixabay