Disney+ recently treated subscribers to an early release of Frozen 2. Here are 5 reasons to settle down for 1 hour and 43 minutes and catch the latest adventures of Anna & Elsa in Frozen 2!
New Characters To Love
Returning to the screen for Frozen 2 are Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Sven and more familiar faces. However, that is not all, Frozen 2 welcomes a variety of new characters to love too!
Meet Lieutenant Destin Mattias, who Anna recognizes instantly. The adorable Bruni is also hard to forget after meeting for the first time. The Nokk is a mythical creature featured. Plus we meet, Earth Giants, a fire spirit, Gale and more!
The Music Is Amazing
While Disney’s Frozen brought us the famous (or infamous) song Let It Go, Frozen 2 came back with even greater musical selections. Watch Frozen 2 to hear powerful songs such as Into the Unknown by Idina Menzel & AURORA and The Next Right Thing by Kristen Bell. Frozen 2 is one soundtrack you will want to purchase.
Olaf is Hilarious
Olaf, everyone’s favorite snowman, steps up his role in Frozen 2. Frankly, Olaf is hilarious in Frozen 2! Watch for his one-liners and the scene he is re-telling their adventure is fantastic. Olaf even gets a solo song in Frozen 2 named, When I Am Older.
Get Some Answers
In Frozen we learn Anna & Elsa’s parents are tragically no longer with them. In Frozen 2 viewers get more insight into the deaths of their parents, Queen Iduna and King Agnarr. While some scenes may be sad to smaller viewers, they answer many questions I had after watching Frozen. Additionally, Frozen 2 deals with why Elsa has magical powers and past secrets of Queen Iduna.
Search For Easter Eggs
Disney & Pixar love hiding Easter eggs in movies for us. What is an Easter Egg? It is a hidden character, object or reference that connects to another Disney/Pixar movie. Below are 8 Easter Eggs to keep your eyes open for while watching Frozen 2!
- Baymax makes an appearance as a snow person toy
- Olaf becomes Mickey Mouse (during Charades)
- Dumbo is seen among the toys as well
- Reference to Hans Christian Anderson, author of The Snow Queen and The Little Mermaid
- Elsa becomes a Mickey silhouette for a brief moment (while singing, Into The Unknown)
- Bruni (fire spirit) is a nod to a never debuted Pixar film named, Newt
- Take another look at the snow people toys and you may spot Bolt we well
- Hidden Mickey during scene when Olaf is singing, When I Am Older
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