Frozen directors have hinted on the issues to be tackled in the upcoming “Frozen 2” movie. Are they going the LGBT path? Find out in this article.
The Frozen fever has sort of subsided. And while everyone has finally lost the heat of the movie’s hype, it’s time for another sequel.
At least, according to the movie’s two directors, Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee.
After this year’s announcement that, yes, there will be a “Frozen 2” sequel, and the Frozen short released together with Disney’s “Cinderella” movie, the directors said they are now in the early stages of story development. They, however, admitted that it’s a real challenge.
In an interview with MTV, Buck said that they were ” just getting back into the story room together and throwing ideas around.” He further said, “We have an overall idea, a concept, which I think is a very strong one. I’m very excited about doing it.”
Buck admitted that the movie’s success took time to settle in. And now that they’re in their process of story drafting, the director hinted that the movie will focus on issues that are faced by “that boys and girls, men and women, are dealing with.”
There are no words as to what those issues are, but Buck was certain they will use Frozen 2 as a medium to help influence young people. “When the kids [watch] them, they watch them over and over again, and if we don’t have a decent message in there, I think we’ve missed an opportunity.”
There were other rumors as to how the story will go. Christian Post reported that Olaf will finally have a girlfriend. Elsa will also be opening up in the upcoming movie more, as presented in the short film. She will finally realize it’s so much nicer to live a life, other than to live in sad seclusion from the world.