‘Frozen 2’ leaves box office, audience with chills



Rozleyn Brown, Reporter

Disney’s Frozen 2, the sequel to Frozen (2013), was recently released on Nov. 22 and has already gained hype from audiences around the world.

Originally when Frozen was released, it left their viewers wanting more. Additionally, it earned more than $1.2 billion worldwide at the box office and won an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film in 2014.

Unlike this original phenomenon, Frozen 2 explores Anna and Elsa’s pasts, while taking the viewers on a cold, new adventure. It teaches its viewers to love themselves and everything they are given.

Frozen 2 has already been nominated for eight categories in the 47th Annual Annie Awards, including Best Feature, Best Character Animation, and Best Music.

Additionally, according to the Disney Animation Film directors, Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, the movie has an important end credits scene that most viewers have already missed.

So if you’re planning on watching Frozen 2 remember to stay after to watch the end credits. For everyone who’s already seen it, make sure to go back and watch the major Olaf finale.