The original release date for Frozen 2? Yes, Disney just let it go.
As first reported by diversity, The House of Mouse moved the debut date for the upcoming sequel to the animated sensation of 2013 Frozen for a week.
The film – directed by Walt Lee Animation Studios, Jennifer Lee and Tarzan Filmmaker Chris Buck, both of whom helped the original Frozen – was originally supposed to be bowed in the theaters on November 27, 2019. Frozen 2 will cause blizzards and smiles on November 22, 2019 – exactly six years after the first film was released on November 22, 2013, and two years after Disney's release of the animated Feathers Olaf's frozen adventure, which premiered on November 22, 2017.
This postponed startup sparks the decision that Warner Bros. and DC Films have recently made with a coming episode of their own: Wonder Woman 1984. From Gal Gadot as the lasso-swinging, justice-seeking, kind-hearted Diana Prince, the wonder woman The follow-up was scheduled for a release of November 1, 2019. However, when miraculously opened a window of opportunity in the studio's film calendar, the forces were torn Wonder Woman 1984 from his fall window in 2019 and shoved it shockingly seven Months into the future – until 5 June 2020.
While the fans were initially dismayed that they would have to wait even longer to see Gadot back in action and inexplicably repeat Chris Pine's role as the thoughtful pilot Steve Trevor, the disappointment seemed to vanish as Gadot explained that the reason for the delay lies in Warner Bros. and DC Films wanted to place Wonder Woman 1984 "back to his rightful home" – this is an appointment for the summer publication.
Directed by Patty Jenkins, the first wonder woman flick was released on cinemas on June 2, 2017, earning $ 223 million at global box office in the first three days. Thanks to a change in the landscape Wonder Woman 1984 will now debut three years and three days after the original – and if everything goes as planned by Warner Bros. and DC Films, the successor will be just as big as its predecessor.
Disney has clearly done something similar Frozen 2, and we suspect that the motivation behind publishing the release date is exactly the same.
Currently, there is only one more movie scheduled for release on November 22, 2019 – and this is an unnamed Marvel / Fox movie. None of the studios announced exactly the development project they reserved the debut date for X-Force Film cooking behind closed doors, there is a good chance that moviegoers will have to decide whether to join Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Olaf (Josh Gad) for another frozen adventure or Deadpools (Ryan Reynolds) Gang of Misunderstood Vigilantes kick their asses and take names when rolling around at the end of November next year.
Mark your calendars for Frozen 2 on November 22, 2019.