The ‘Frozen” phenomenon will continue on, with a possible sequel, Idina Mezel, star of the successful Disney animated film hinted, Reuters reported.
“They’re all in the works,” Menzel was quoted as saying.
She also stated that a stage musical is also a plan and though she wanted to do the voice of Elsa again in the second installment, she is not sure if she will be involved in the stage musical.
“Not the stage show – I don’t know what will happen with that – but the movie, hopefully, We’ll see.
I’m just going along for the ride,” she stated.
Frozen had a ticket sales of $1.2 billion globally, making it the top-grossing animated film ever in the United States.
It’s theme song “Let It Go” on its own is making a killing with many parodies made about it.
It was called by Elle UK as “a musical epidemic sweeping the nation, relentlessly gathering up every child …
in its cult-like grip,’ because of its vast popularity among the kids.
Reuters also reported that a year after the movie hit the theaters, the income from Frozen reached $475 million from $118 million.
Meanwhile by 2016, Disney will be replacing the Norwegian-theme Epcot ride with Frozen princesses.
Maelstrom will be closed this month to pave the way for the ride that will be inspired by the blockbuster Frozen movie.
The Frozen -themed ride is expected to appeal to a younger fan baseline.
The 2013 animal film by Disney was both a critical and commercial success It also won awards as the Best Animated Feature and Original Song and with its song “Let It Go” had a very successful following.
Chief Executive Bob Iger told Reuters, “The passion for this film and these characters is so extraordinary, so well beyond what we’ve ever imagined, that it would be hard to believe that it wouldn’t sustain itself over a fairly long period of time.”