‘Frozen 2’ will come to Disney+ three months earlier than planned because of the Coronavirus


‘Frozen 2’, the film of animation of Disney, will arrive on march 15, 2020 to Disney+, three months earlier than initially planned by the company as a result of the Coronavirus. In a statement issued by Disney, they explained that they decided to take this decision to surprise the family with “something fun and joy in this challenging period” in which is plunged the entire planet as a result of the COVID-19. In addition, they announced the news through the Twitter account of the film:

For his part, the CEO of the company, Bob Chapek added: “Frozen 2 has captivated audiences around the world through its powerful themes of perseverance and the importance of family, messages that are incredibly important at this time. (…) We are pleased to be able to share soon this touching story with our subscribers Disney+ to enjoy at home on any device”.

A beautiful story

  'Frozen 2'

The film is a sequel to the original released in 2013. In both, the sisters Anna and Elsa, sung in English by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel respectively, should take care of the kingdom of Arendel and of themselves, since they are the only family they have. To do this, you will have the help of numerous magical beings and endearing, of Kristoff, the boyfriend of Anna, played by Jonathan Groff, and Olaf, a funny snowman who has come to life and who plays Josh Gad.

‘Frozen 2’ conveys a very important message in that love, friendship, female empowerment, and the pursuit of dreams, are the protagonists. The production raised $ 1,400 million dollars worldwide and managed to become the highest grossing animated film of the story.