Frozen fans hoping for a sequel may have to put their hopes on ice.
The director of the hugely popular Disney ice queen movie has dashed the dreams of millions of children – and their parents – with the news that there are no plans for a sequel. Yet.
Writer and director Jennifer Lee has said she isn't currently working on a sequel, but would never say never.
"We're actually not working on a Frozen 2," she told E!News. "We'll see. Never say never. We are going to take a break and try something new maybe, see what happens."
Instead Jennifer and her team are concentrating on taking Frozen to Broadway, with a dream to reunite the voice cast of Idina Menzel (Elsa), Kristen Bell (Anna), Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) and even Josh Gad (Olaf the Snowman) on stage.
Talking about Josh, Jennifer told People magazine: "We need to all encourage him to get into a giant snowman suit to get comfortable with it.
"Our goal is we want to do something new that transcends the film and becomes its own thing. There's a potential to do something grander. It is a cold story, but we have to find some warmth."
Frozen: The Musical doesn't have an opening date yet in the States, and there's no news of it coming to the UK.
But you never know, we might not have to 'let it go' that easily. After all - the film was a record-breaking smash worldwide, becoming the highest grossing animated film of all time.
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