Frozen 2 Has A Release Date, and It’s Going To Be A VERY Happy Holiday!

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Those of you that don’t follow the entire cast of Frozen on Instagram and hang on their every word have no need to worry, because you have me and I will keep you in the loop when things like the FROZEN 2 release date is announced!

Even though Josh promised over on Instagram that the movie would be here soon enough, I don’t think he realized just how much we are anticipating this sequel, because the Frozen 2 release date is officially November 22.

This is a full week earlier than originally promised, so that’s awesome.

I don’t know about you, but I am really just hoping that they come up with a song that can finally get me to LET IT GO, because that one has been stuck in my head for… how many years has it been now? Six.

Oh, but I should point out that the internet is collectively freaking out, because when you look at the tags, they have THE ROCK as Sven!

Don’t get too excited though, because if you will remember, when the Rock was Maui, one of his shape-shifted forms was Sven. So this may have just been a subtle nod to that.

But, if a movie can have a cold wielding princess and a gaggle of soothsaying trolls, I see no reason why the reindeer couldn’t talk, right?

The rest of the cast is as excited as we are. They can’t stop talking about it.

When Kristen Bell has promised us the songs are just as catchy and the story will be a typical sequel in that it will be a continuation of their story, but it will also be a story that needs to be told.

Rumors have sparked about a love interest for Elsa, but I don’t know how I feel about that. She’s so strong and independent and just coming into her own.

I’d like to see more of her finding herself first.

Either way, I can’t wait to spend my holidays watching this movie four, five, maybe six times. Who’s with me?

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