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The original film, which detailed the journey of estranged sisters toward a path of reconciliation, earned an absurd $1.3 billion worldwide. (Disney/File)
Two years after Disney first confirmed a sequel to the 2013 mega-successful animated film “Frozen,” the studio finally has a target release date in mind.
The highly anticipated follow-up, which has already amassed a cult following internationally, will debut in cinemas on Nov. 27, 2019, IGN reported.
Returning to reprise their voice roles as leads Anna and Elsa are Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, respectively, while director Jennifer Lee returns to helm the project.
The adorable comic-relief snowman Olaf will also be once again given life by Josh Gad.
The original film, which detailed the journey of estranged sisters toward a path of reconciliation, earned an absurd $1.3 billion worldwide.
A broadway show based on the film is also expected to debut next year.
Aside from the Frozen sequel, Disney also revealed the release dates for “Star Wars: Episode IX”—May 24, 2019—and a fifth untitled Indiana Jones movie, July 10, 2020.
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