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  • When Frozen gets a sequle Their are many things that I personaly hope happens.

    I think Anna should come back as the Protagonist. Elsa should come back as the Dertagonist. Kristoff, Olaf and Sven should come back as tritagonists again.

    I would like to see the Relationship between Kristoff and the other Ice Harvesters be explord more and maby we can see if the Trolls have a relationship with the ice cutters. I also hear that the Ice Harvesters may have looked after Kristoff and Sven since they were orphans. I would also like to see what happend to Kristoff and Sven's biological parents.  

    I hope their will be a female rheinder so Sven can have a mate.

    I hope we see the royal family of Weselton and I just can't wait to hear about how thay reacted when thay find out that their closet partner in trade cut all ties with them because of what the Duke of Weselton did in Arendelle

    Also I would like to know what tradable goods did Arendelle have that were so valubale and could have made Him and Weselton so rich. And why was he so upset when all ties including trade between the 2 kingdoms was cut, why could't he just establish trade with another country that has the same tradable goods(whatever thous goods were).

    I hope we see the King and Queen of the Southern Isles and Hans's 12 big brothers.

    Maby Hans can come back as the main villain again and I kinda want to see what would happed if he meets Kristoff, Olaf and Sven.

    And I know Disney dous't usualy bring back the parents but I kinda would't mind seeing King Agdar and Queen Idun return

    And if she stays single that's cool but maby Elsa could get a love intrast and if she dous maby it can be on of Hans's older brothers (dou's not have to be thou).

    Everyone is diffrent so I understand that not eveyone will like theis ideas but be honest what do you think of them and if you don't like them what would you like to see in the sequle.

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    • in  frozen 2 there should be a large snow wolf that helps elsa. but he doesnt talk, and at the end elsa descides she wants to keep him and he becomes her new pet

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    • I hope their will be a female rheinder so Sven can have a mate.

      I hope Elsa make a snowwoman for Olaf :3 it's wierd we have similiar idea but liking this :D

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    • HolycleasiaTFM wrote:
      I hope their will be a female rheinder so Sven can have a mate.

      I hope Elsa make a snowwoman for Olaf :3 it's wierd we have similiar idea but liking this :D

      Well I'm not sure cause Olaf is childlike and by the end of the movie he was tecnicly only 3 days old so he's probbobly not old enough to "discover girls" as some would say but ok I guss.

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    • Wow, that's a lot of "I hope"s.

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    • MerlinTheFairyFox wrote:
      Wow, that's a lot of "I hope"s.

      Well I'm ok if only one of them happens and if non of them happen at all I'll still like the movie. Besids everyone has one or more ideas they hope will happen in the movie right.

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    • HolycleasiaTFM wrote:
      I hope their will be a female rheinder so Sven can have a mate.

      I hope Elsa make a snowwoman for Olaf :3 it's wierd we have similiar idea but liking this :D

      The Olaf thing reminds me of Frankenstein too much.

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    • Can anyone please stop saying Elsa is the deuteragonist?! I'LL KILL YOU ALL WITH MY CARVING KNIFE!!!

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    • BrittalCroftFan wrote:
      Can anyone please stop saying Elsa is the deuteragonist?! I'LL KILL YOU ALL WITH MY CARVING KNIFE!!!

      Well, what would you call the person that accompanies the hero on stage and acts as her foil, that orientates herself by the other character all the time? I mean, what Elsa does is only important because of the effect it has on Anna.

      You can't argue that Anna is the deuteragonist, because she is responsible for most of the action. So you can say Elsa is the second protagonist, which would make her the d-e-u-t-e-r-a-g-o-n-i-s-t. Now, now, and that's coming from someone in a German-speaking country, where the film is called "The Ice Queen". Sorry, that still doesn't make her the main:(.

      You know, I also wish Prince Caspian was the protagonist in Prince Caspian of Narnia, but he just isn't. I advise you to just love Elsa for what she is, get over it and let it go.

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    • Well, I hope for Elsa to be the main protagonist and Anna the tritagonist in "Frozen 3"!

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    • Oh?!  Well, I'm glad you decided not to murder me after all ;)

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    • You're lucky. I don't mind Anna being the main protagonist and Elsa the deuteragonist in the Frozen and it's sequel, just like Woody was the main protagonist and Buzz the deuteragonist in the Toy Story films, but if they do the switching characters for Cars 2, why not Frozen 3, with Elsa the main protagonist, her uknown/unamed love interest, and later husband, the deuteragonist, and Anna the tritagonist?

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    • BrittalCroftFan wrote:
      You're lucky. I don't mind Anna being the main protagonist and Elsa the deuteragonist in the Frozen and it's sequel, just like Woody was the main protagonist and Buzz the deuteragonist in the Toy Story films, but if they do the switching characters for Cars 2, why not Frozen 3, with Elsa the main protagonist, her uknown/unamed love interest, and later husband, the deuteragonist, and Anna the tritagonist?

      You know their are fans who don't think Elsa should have a love intrast right.

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    • Yeah, she's more of a Celibate Hero than anything else.

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    • Okay then. I really do like how Jennifer Lee done a great joke that Wreck-It Ralph, from "Wreck-It Ralph", and Elsa the Snow Queen, from "Frozen", will make a good couple.

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    • Oh yeah, Ice Breakers.

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    • Well, acutally, both Wreck-It Ralph and Elsa were both being misunderstood and thus they're an out cast. For my My Disney INFINITY and My Little Pony/The Lion King, I'll put Wreck-It Ralph as Adult Simba and Elsa as Adult Nala.

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    • That was the name of the shipping.

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    • It was my idea because 1) both Ralph and Simba are main protagonists, 2) both Elsa and Nala are deuteragonists, and 3) both Wreck-It Ralph and Elsa are both good couples, just like Simba and Nala.

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    • I see.

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    • And I'm still hoping for Elsa to be the main protagonist in the third sequal.

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    • I would sell a kidney to see Kristoff punch Hans.

      The trouble with picking a villain between Hans and the Duke, is that Hans is one of the darkest villains Disney has yet created, a high-functioning sociopath and also how good a liar he turned out to be. It's him as the Big Bad that made this a PG film. The Duke is just funny.

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    • BUMP! 

      If they do decide to make a Frozen sequel, I'd like them to focus way less on Anna and more on Elsa and Olaf. Especially, Olaf. He was the best part of mvoie. And this time, let's have it not be a musical. Seriously, the songs in Frozen were terrible. 

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    • This article's pretty presumptuous.

      What do you mean by "when Frozen gets a sequel"?

      A sequel hasn't even been hinted at yet by Disney, let alone announced.

      Surely the more appropriate word is "if".

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    • I want a frozen and tangeld crossover movie! :) 

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    • The sequel for 'Frozen 2 ' is currently in devolpment, you know.

      I really like the idea, but what 'if' Kristoff and Anna get married? 

      I also agree with Author7. Maybe Rapunzel could be in the series! 

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      This article's pretty presumptuous.

      What do you mean by "when Frozen gets a sequel"?

      A sequel hasn't even been hinted at yet by Disney, let alone announced.

      Surely the more appropriate word is "if".

      Now there's a sequel officially in development.

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    • Like I said!

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      This article's pretty presumptuous.

      What do you mean by "when Frozen gets a sequel"?

      A sequel hasn't even been hinted at yet by Disney, let alone announced.

      Surely the more appropriate word is "if".

      Now there's a sequel officially in development.

      Yep, and I wrote that like a month before it was announced :P

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    • That's obviously true.

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    • If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.

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    • Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.

      What?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.

      What?

      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.

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    • Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.

      What?

      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.

      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:

      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.

      What?

      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.

      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?

      I am a Christian.

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    • Joseph8 wrote:

      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.

         The thing is Trotsky was never really in charge of much. He ran around for a bit, fled the country, and then was noscoped by an axe. He didn't have much of a chance to push some sort of gay agenda.

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    • Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:

      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.
      What?
      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.
      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?
      I am a Christian.

      As much as I support Judaism, Islam, Buddhism and Christianity, I think gay romance should be treated equally as straight romance.

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    • I didn't know Frozen was getting a sequel.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.
      What?
      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.
      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?

      Naturally, people can choose whatever lifestyle they like - that's not a reason for making a Disney movie about every remote one of them.

      And, 13th hero, I don't really think there is a point in promoting homosexuality etc. if, in the same breath, you have to bash religious people. If you are respectful of others, you'll have to be more tolerant, towards EVERYBOODY.

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    • Somebodybends wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:


      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.
      What?
      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.
      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?
      Naturally, people can choose whatever lifestyle they like - that's not a reason for making a Disney movie about every remote one of them.

      And, 13th hero, I don't really think there is a point in promoting homosexuality etc. if, in the same breath, you have to bash religious people. If you are respectful of others, you'll have to be more tolerant, towards EVERYBOODY.

      If other people are tolerant themselves.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Somebodybends wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:



      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.
      What?
      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.
      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?
      Naturally, people can choose whatever lifestyle they like - that's not a reason for making a Disney movie about every remote one of them.

      And, 13th hero, I don't really think there is a point in promoting homosexuality etc. if, in the same breath, you have to bash religious people. If you are respectful of others, you'll have to be more tolerant, towards EVERYBOODY.

      If other people are tolerant themselves.

      That is not really relevant. Salman Rushdie said: "Tolerance must be extended to the intolerant, too."

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    • Somebodybends wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Somebodybends wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote:



      Joseph8 wrote:

      The 13th Hero wrote: If Elsa needs a love interest, I would like it to be another princess.

      We are not in Soviet Russia.
      What?
      Soviet Russia under Lenin and Trotsky would have promoted these things to children.
      If people want to be straight, gay or bi, that's their choice, are you homophobic or something?
      Naturally, people can choose whatever lifestyle they like - that's not a reason for making a Disney movie about every remote one of them.

      And, 13th hero, I don't really think there is a point in promoting homosexuality etc. if, in the same breath, you have to bash religious people. If you are respectful of others, you'll have to be more tolerant, towards EVERYBOODY.

      If other people are tolerant themselves.
      That is not really relevant. Salman Rushdie said: "Tolerance must be extended to the intolerant, too."

      Whatever, but anyway, let's not get off-topic here.

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    • Sorry,but I absolutely HATE the idea of giving Elsa a love interest.She's not suppose to be with anyone.I people cannot realie her whole point of her character in the movie.She's very strong and independent.She loves Anna to hte end of the earth and back,but when it comes to romance,she has no time or interest for it.She's alone and she's happy with finnaly being able to be herself.You don't have to pine after men to be happy regardless of the fact that society may frown upon it,but it's your life and you make the best of it.Not everyone is meant to be with someone and some women are just happier and nothing anyone does or says can change that.She is a symbol of strenght,power,indepdence and love.And to to EVER pair her with ANYONE is just wrong and ruins th
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      e symbol she has become and the message she delivers to the film.
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    • Renegade1765 wrote:
      Sorry,but I absolutely HATE the idea of giving Elsa a love interest.She's not suppose to be with anyone.I people cannot realie her whole point of her character in the movie.She's very strong and independent.She loves Anna to hte end of the earth and back,but when it comes to romance,she has no time or interest for it.She's alone and she's happy with finnaly being able to be herself.You don't have to pine after men to be happy regardless of the fact that society may frown upon it,but it's your life and you make the best of it.Not everyone is meant to be with someone and some women are just happier and nothing anyone does or says can change that.She is a symbol of strenght,power,indepdence and love.And to to EVER pair her with ANYONE is just wrong and ruins th
      Elsa lifesize cardboard cutout buy Disney Frozen Cutouts at starstills 54086.1396694772.1280
      e symbol she has become and the message she delivers to the film.

      Ok, I didn't say she needs one anyway.

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    • Here's what I would like to see in a sequel.

      I think the villain for the next one should be an old enemy of their mother's. We never really got to know their relationship with the Queen. I'd love if the villain this time was like the Duke of Weselton, as in funny and clumsy but still murderous and deadly. Maybe get a famous actor to do the voice(Robert Downey Jr's got my vote for it) and you'll have a great character to put in the Villains lineup.

      Maybe they could meet another young woman who shares Elsa's powers, but she's about Anna's age. Then Elsa, who's just about sorted out her problems, takes the young girl under her wing. Then the girl could start flirting with Kristoff and cause friction between Anna and Elsa. She could even make a female snowman to be Olaf's love interest(probably Melissa McCarthy), while Elsa builds one to be his sister(maybe Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson).

      I also wouldn't mind if Marshmallow and the Snowgies helped the group in their adventure (everyone's so obsessed with Hans getting a second chance, but I'd really like Anna to see more of Marshmallow than just a big bully)

      Anyone else have any ideas? What did you think of mine?

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      Here's what I would like to see in a sequel.

      I think the villain for the next one should be an old enemy of their mother's. We never really got to know their relationship with the Queen. I'd love if the villain this time was like the Duke of Weselton, as in funny and clumsy but still murderous and deadly. Maybe get a famous actor to do the voice(Robert Downey Jr's got my vote for it) and you'll have a great character to put in the Villains lineup.

      Maybe they could meet another young woman who shares Elsa's powers, but she's about Anna's age. Then Elsa, who's just about sorted out her problems, takes the young girl under her wing. Then the girl could start flirting with Kristoff and cause friction between Anna and Elsa. She could even make a female snowman to be Olaf's love interest(probably Melissa McCarthy), while Elsa builds one to be his sister(maybe Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson).

      I also wouldn't mind if Marshmallow and the Snowgies helped the group in their adventure (everyone's so obsessed with Hans getting a second chance, but I'd really like Anna to see more of Marshmallow than just a big bully)

      Anyone else have any ideas? What did you think of mine?

      Interesting...

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      Here's what I would like to see in a sequel.

      I think the villain for the next one should be an old enemy of their mother's. We never really got to know their relationship with the Queen. I'd love if the villain this time was like the Duke of Weselton, as in funny and clumsy but still murderous and deadly. Maybe get a famous actor to do the voice(Robert Downey Jr's got my vote for it) and you'll have a great character to put in the Villains lineup.

      Maybe they could meet another young woman who shares Elsa's powers, but she's about Anna's age. Then Elsa, who's just about sorted out her problems, takes the young girl under her wing. Then the girl could start flirting with Kristoff and cause friction between Anna and Elsa. She could even make a female snowman to be Olaf's love interest(probably Melissa McCarthy), while Elsa builds one to be his sister(maybe Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson).

      I also wouldn't mind if Marshmallow and the Snowgies helped the group in their adventure (everyone's so obsessed with Hans getting a second chance, but I'd really like Anna to see more of Marshmallow than just a big bully)

      Anyone else have any ideas? What did you think of mine?

      Interesting...

      In a good or bad way?

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    • Yeah. But I would really love it and it be fair and true to the original story of the Snow Queen, that the Evil Troll should be the main villain of Frozen 2. Because he was the one who started all of the events. Like creating the magic mirror, breaking it into a thousand pieces and the people were striked by the pieces in their eyes and hearts and even creating the Snow Queen with all of the pieces.

      In Frozen 2, it could be the same but in another way. Like, instead of the Evil Troll being a troll, he could be a huge evil ogre with heavy beard, heavy mustache, a big fat belly, claws on his hands and feet and two short sharp horns and his name could be Plarkerus

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    • Though, I highly agree about another person who shares Elsa's powers, but I really wanted that person to be the real Snow Queen from the original story and her name could be Ingrid (her name was put in OUAT) and she could be the secondary villain of Frozen 2

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    • Actually, that does sound like a better idea.

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      Here's what I would like to see in a sequel.

      I think the villain for the next one should be an old enemy of their mother's. We never really got to know their relationship with the Queen. I'd love if the villain this time was like the Duke of Weselton, as in funny and clumsy but still murderous and deadly. Maybe get a famous actor to do the voice(Robert Downey Jr's got my vote for it) and you'll have a great character to put in the Villains lineup.

      Maybe they could meet another young woman who shares Elsa's powers, but she's about Anna's age. Then Elsa, who's just about sorted out her problems, takes the young girl under her wing. Then the girl could start flirting with Kristoff and cause friction between Anna and Elsa. She could even make a female snowman to be Olaf's love interest(probably Melissa McCarthy), while Elsa builds one to be his sister(maybe Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson).

      I also wouldn't mind if Marshmallow and the Snowgies helped the group in their adventure (everyone's so obsessed with Hans getting a second chance, but I'd really like Anna to see more of Marshmallow than just a big bully)

      Anyone else have any ideas? What did you think of mine?

      Interesting...
      In a good or bad way?

      A good way.

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    • The 13th Hero wrote:
      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      The 13th Hero wrote:
      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      Here's what I would like to see in a sequel.

      I think the villain for the next one should be an old enemy of their mother's. We never really got to know their relationship with the Queen. I'd love if the villain this time was like the Duke of Weselton, as in funny and clumsy but still murderous and deadly. Maybe get a famous actor to do the voice(Robert Downey Jr's got my vote for it) and you'll have a great character to put in the Villains lineup.

      Maybe they could meet another young woman who shares Elsa's powers, but she's about Anna's age. Then Elsa, who's just about sorted out her problems, takes the young girl under her wing. Then the girl could start flirting with Kristoff and cause friction between Anna and Elsa. She could even make a female snowman to be Olaf's love interest(probably Melissa McCarthy), while Elsa builds one to be his sister(maybe Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson).

      I also wouldn't mind if Marshmallow and the Snowgies helped the group in their adventure (everyone's so obsessed with Hans getting a second chance, but I'd really like Anna to see more of Marshmallow than just a big bully)

      Anyone else have any ideas? What did you think of mine?

      Interesting...
      In a good or bad way?
      A good way.

      Good and Bad. No offence.

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    • None taken. I apppreciate constructive criticism in any shape or form. Anyway, what was bad in your opinion?

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    • Author7 wrote:
      I want a frozen and tangeld crossover movie! :) 


      Ooooh, that sounds AWESOME!!! :D

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    • Random Bomb wrote:

      Author7 wrote:
      I want a frozen and tangeld crossover movie! :) 


      Ooooh, that sounds AWESOME!!! :D

      Doesn't it though? :D

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    • Random Bomb wrote:
      Author7 wrote:
      I want a frozen and tangeld crossover movie! :) 

      Ooooh, that sounds AWESOME!!! :D

      But it may never happen...

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    • i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

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    • PsychoEagle wrote: i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

      Let's hope Hans gets redeemed. Long live the emperor!

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    • PsychoEagle wrote:
      i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

      Good ideas.

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    • The Timeless Hero wrote:
      PsychoEagle wrote:
      i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

      Good ideas.

      I think Elsa gets her powers from her father's side. The woman with Elsa's braid was likely Elsa's ancestor.

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    • Royalreceiver wrote:
      The Timeless Hero wrote:
      PsychoEagle wrote:
      i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

      Good ideas.
      I think Elsa gets her powers from her father's side. The woman with Elsa's braid was likely Elsa's ancestor.

      Interesting.

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    • The Timeless Hero wrote:
      PsychoEagle wrote:
      i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

      Good ideas.

      Maybe the true villain of Frozen, the Evil Ogre (Plarkerus) would know everything, because he could have been the one who gave Elsa her powers in the first place. (That was an original draft that was going to be put in the first Frozen movie but for some reason it has been eliminated) but since it could ruin his evil plans of destroying Arendelle and rebuild it into a devastating monster kingdom and kill everyone in it and especially Anna and Elsa, he ain't willing to tell the secret. But in a moment of weakness for Elsa he would tell her but at the same time mocking her and manipulating her

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    • Also, I would like to add another romance song for Anna and Kristoff besides Love Can't Be Denied. It could be called "We're Free to Follow Our Hearts" a song that is almost similar to another song from a musical storybook app of the Snow Queen. As they sing it they walk and climb the tallest hill from a forest and watch the sundown together

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    • Royalreceiver wrote:

      The Timeless Hero wrote:
      PsychoEagle wrote:
      i kinda wouldn't mind seeing Hans in a redeemed role. he doesn't have to be Elsa's one and only though.

      Elsa's become like THE single Disney Queen who doesn't need a man, and I think a lot of us would like it to remain that way. But maybe they could introduce someone for her and then just let it remain ambigious at the end? Like, they could be romantically linked but not cannon? Just a thought ...

      As for the villain, I wouldn't mind knowing WHERE Elsa gets her powers from. There's also the question of how Granpabbie knew so much about her powers, such as they would only get stronger and who exactly was that woman in the blue-mist thingy he showed in the beginning of the movie? i know it must be Elsa because of the visible side-braid, but so sue me, i'm still not convinced. that scream wasn't Elsa's.

      And also. The king knew a lot about Elsa's powers, he was the one who got more upset over her using her powers than the queen and he knew all about how to get her to control them and keep them under check. it's not like he was winging it, i actually thought he was speaking from experience. so there's a thought ...

      Good ideas.

      I think Elsa gets her powers from her father's side. The woman with Elsa's braid was likely Elsa's ancestor.

      I never really thought about it that way before. But you do make a good point, I always wondered why the Queen never got more involved.

      Also they said Elsa was born with her powers, but that was about it. I'd love to see the backstory on too.

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    • On Once upon a time, Elsa's aunt was made the Snow Queen from the original Hans Christian tale. Maybe something similar could be done here.

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    • Avatar Beta wrote: On Once upon a time, Elsa's aunt was made the Snow Queen from the original Hans Christian tale. Maybe something similar could be done here.

      I hope so!

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    • I'm also kinda hoping that in the sequel Elsa loses her powers temporarily. Somehow. Just to see how it would be to be normal and then realizing she loves herself just the way she is, freezing ice powers and all. It would be great for her character development. 

      Also there are a lot of unexplained things in the movie. For me, when Hans tells Elsa to not be a monster, she looks at him with this wide eyed look of confusion and if you look closely at her mouth she starts to say "How ... ?" What went on there, I wonder? 

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    • PsychoEagle wrote:
      I'm also kinda hoping that in the sequel Elsa loses her powers temporarily. Somehow. Just to see how it would be to be normal and then realizing she loves herself just the way she is, freezing ice powers and all. It would be great for her character development. 

      Also there are a lot of unexplained things in the movie. For me, when Hans tells Elsa to not be a monster, she looks at him with this wide eyed look of confusion and if you look closely at her mouth she starts to say "How ... ?" What went on there, I wonder? 

      Well, looking at how Hans knew exactly what Anna wanted in a man without even hearing her sing about it, I think Hans has the power to read minds, which he uses to manipulate people. When facing Elsa, he saw her insecurities, and used them to weaken her.

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    • PsychoEagle wrote:
      I'm also kinda hoping that in the sequel Elsa loses her powers temporarily. Somehow. Just to see how it would be to be normal and then realizing she loves herself just the way she is, freezing ice powers and all. It would be great for her character development. 

       

      Yeah. Maybe the Evil Ogre would drain out her powers only to have her weakended, until somehow
      she gets them back in the end and later knock him down

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    • These are all great ideas, but here is my draft of a Frozen sequel.

      The story begins with a young Iduna and her friend Ravius Cravendorff playing. They come across a crystal ball, where a voice comes from inside. The voice belongs to a spirit trapped within the orb. They call the spirit within the orb "Alvis" and they become close friends with it. Over time, Ravius secretly begins to practice Forbidden troll magic, while Iduna marries Prince Adger and they eventually become King and Queen of Arendelle. After Iduna gives birth to her first child, Ravius, who is angry with Iduna for "abandoning" him, plans to use the crystal ball to kill Iduna and her family. Alvis' spirit escapes from the crystal and sees Iduna's child, touching her and turning her hair a bright platinum blonde before returning to the crystal. Before Ravius can attack, the royal guards storm his laboratory and arrest him. Despite the villagers suggesting death, Iduna, who still considers Ravius a friend, chooses to banish him. After Ravius swears revenge and disappears into the mountains, Arvid(Paul Bettany), the head of Arendelle's royal musicians, asks Iduna what to do with the crystal ball. Iduna, not wanting to destroy what was left of her childhood, suggests they hide the crystal ball under the palace, where no one can ever find it.

      Years later, Elsa is Queen of Arendelle and enjoying her life with Anna and the others. In the time that has passed since the end of the first film, she has built new snowmen that serve as Olaf's family. These include Marshmallow, who lives in the mountain, two sisters named Beatrix(Christina Applegate) and Asle(Jennifer Lawrence), and Andreas(Sebastian Stan), a Snowgie whom Elsa accidentally gave arms and a voice.

      Kristoff is told by Bulda that the trolls have agreed to a peace treaty with a neighbouring empire of Gremlinia, home of the Gremlins, with whom the trolls have been at war with for generations.

      With her work as Queen, Elsa begins to neglect the others, causing Anna to feel abandoned again, while Elsa still feels lonely being the only person she knows with her powers.

      Meanwhile, up in the valley of living rock, Pabbie looks over the trolls proudly, celebrating the newfound peace between the trolls and the Gremlins. Suddenly, an older Ravius(Robert Downey Jr) arrives in the valley looking for "the book". He is accompanied by his Gremlin assistant Ari(Jeremy Renner), a battle-crazed patriot of Gremlinia who bears scars from the Troll-Gremlin war and disapproves of the peace, this having resulted in his banishment from his kingdom along with his small army of Gremlinia patriots. Ravius overpowers Pabbie with his limited supplies of magic and takes an ancient book from it's pedestal, before bringing down a large rock on top of Pabbie.

      Bulda alerts Kristoff and the others of Pabbie's death, before Arvid warns Elsa of the threat that Ravius poses. Meanwhile, Andreas accidentally falls into the basement of the castle and sees the crystal ball, where Alvis begins to talk to him and befriend him.

      Meanwhile, a young woman from the Southern Isles named Annika(Karen Gillan), who lives in a small cave outside of Arendelle, is caught trying to steal food and attempts to defend herself, causing blasts of ice to fire from her hands. She is arrested and sent to the dungeons. Elsa is told about this by Padraic(Stephen Mangan), Kai's teenaged son, and goes to talk to Annika.

      In the cell, Annika tells Elsa to stay away, because she does not wish to harm her. Elsa tries to calm down Annika and eventually exposes her own powers. Elsa, realizing that Annika is no different from herself, pardons Annika of her charges and introduces her to the others, including her snowmen. Annika doesn't seem surprised by the snowmen, as Anna notices quickly. Annika leads them to her cave and introduces them to her own snowmen. Agneta(Melissa McCarthy), a snow-woman who Olaf becomes smitten with, Keena(Emma Stone), a snowgirl who ends up having a crush on Asle, Egill(Lee Pace), a smaller snowman who believes that he is a human trapped in snowman form and Balder(Michael Fassbender), a slower snowman who is always willing to help others.

      On the South Mountain, also known as Doomsday Mountain, Ravius begins to experiment on the jewel encrusted within the book. He discovers two spirits within it, similar to Alvis, named Peter(Evan Peters) and Pietro(Aaron Taylor Johnson), who constantly bicker and try to get away from each other. Ravius' experiments result in the freedom of Peter and Pietro, and they escape into the forests.

      Back in Arendelle, Elsa and Annika become close friends, as Annika explains her story. After her parents died when she was ten, Annika lived on the streets, where her powers would often be looked down on by the other villagers in the Southern Isles. When she was fifteen, she saw a little girl named Keena drowning, and dived in to save her. When she pulled her out, Annika realized, to her horror, that her anxiety had caused her to give Keena extreme hypothermia, killing her instantly. As she was feared by the kingdom and hunted down, Annika ran away and took a ship to Arendelle.

      While Egill, Balder and Keena get along with Elsa's snowmen, Agneta is incredibly obnoxious and untrusting of them, constantly ignoring Olaf's attempts to get her attention. While Elsa helps Annika to control her powers and spend more time with her, Anna becomes increasingly jealous, as well as not trusting Annika due to her experience with Hans.

      Meanwhile, Alvis tricks each of Elsa's snowmen one by one into bringing snow into the basement, where Andreas helps him to build a body for himself.

      Keena walks over to Asle and, after some hesitation, asks her out on a date. Asle consults Elsa about her attraction to Keena, as she had always thought that love was something only a man and woman can share, while Agneta slowly begins to fall for Olaf. Seeing the two couples, Andreas decides to build himself a girlfriend, calling her Carys. Annika sees the lonely snowgie and decides to do him a favor, using her powers to bring Carys(Cobie Smulders) to life. Carys, however, does not notice Andreas and becomes obsessed with helping Elsa to run the kingdom, convincing Elsa to make her the royal advisor, much to Arvid's dismay.

      Ravius captures Padraic and prepares to hold him hostage. Anna decides to rescue him and goes into the forest with Kristoff, Sven, Carys, Olaf and Keena. Ravius arrives at the castle and imprisons Elsa, where Annika reveals reluctantly that she is Ravius' niece. Arvid and the other snowmen venture into the basement where they find the crystal ball and the body that Andreas and Alvis have been building. After a comedic chase with Ravius, the group escape into the forests with the crystal ball as Asle and Andreas free Elsa. Annika, after watching her uncle try to kill her friends, betrays Ravius and follows the group.

      In the forest, the group gathers with Anna's party where they meet Peter and Pietro, who plan to help Andreas and Arvid to transfer Alvis into the body. After a heated argument between the group, Elsa uses her powers to revive Alvis' body. Alvis explains that he will do anything to help Iduna and her family, before Ravius takes the crystal ball and escapes to Doomsday Mountain.

      At the mountain, Ravius reveals that he will destroy Arendelle with the power of the crystal ball. Ari sees Ravius' map and realizes that the explosion will also destroy Gremlinia, and protests to Ravius' plans. Ravius kicks Ari aside and proceeds with his plans.

      Elsa leads the others up the mountain, where she confronts Ravius, who overpowers her using his full-powered magic. Alvis arrives to protect Elsa, revealing that he possesses the full powers of the crystal ball in his fight with Ravius while Peter and Pietro free Padraic. As Ravius creates an army of spirits to destroy the group, Anna and the others are able to fight back with help from Ari and his Gremlin followers, along with Marshmallow and the Snowgies, while Annika, Elsa and Alvis overpower Ravius with all three of their powers.

      While Ravius attempts to kill Elsa, Andreas attacks him and is killed in the process. Arvid grabs the crystal ball and threatens to destroy it if Ravius harms the others. Ravius, after revealing that the ball's destruction will cause the entire mountain to explode, tries to reason with Arvid as they attempt to leave. Arvid plans to use the crystal ball to ressurect Andreas, before Ravius attempts to attack him, accidentally dropping the crystal ball off of a cliff. Alvis attempts to save Ravius as he is trapped in the mountain, before the entire place explodes while the others escape, Ravius being killed as the power engulfs him.

      With the crystal ball destroyed, the group mourns for Andreas, Carys professing her love for him before Alvis picks up the snowgie, using his powers to bring Andreas back to life. A few months later, everyone is happy. Ari forgives the trolls and agrees to put the war behind them, Olaf and Agneta are an official couple while Keena and Asle get married by Alvis, with Peter and Pietro being groomsmen. Agneta finally becomes friends with Elsa's snowmen, as Annika and Anna make amends. As Keena and Asle throw the bouquet, Agneta tries to catch it, before falling over and causing Anna to catch it instead, looking to Kristoff and smiling. Elsa and Anna sit and watch the sunset together while Carys and Andreas prepare for a picnic. Arvid reveals to Carys that Elsa needs help with political issues, before Carys suggests Arvid handle it himself as she and Andreas kiss.

      After the credits, Pietro appears and smiles at the camera, clapping his hands together as the screen cuts to black, suggesting that there won't be a third movie.

      What do you guys think?

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote: These are all great ideas, but here is my draft of a Frozen sequel.

      The story begins with a young Iduna and her friend Ravius Cravendorff playing. They come across a crystal ball, where a voice comes from inside. The voice belongs to a spirit trapped within the orb. They call the spirit within the orb "Alvis" and they become close friends with it. Over time, Ravius secretly begins to practice Forbidden troll magic, while Iduna marries Prince Adger and they eventually become King and Queen of Arendelle. After Iduna gives birth to her first child, Ravius, who is angry with Iduna for "abandoning" him, plans to use the crystal ball to kill Iduna and her family. Alvis' spirit escapes from the crystal and sees Iduna's child, touching her and turning her hair a bright platinum blonde before returning to the crystal. Before Ravius can attack, the royal guards storm his laboratory and arrest him. Despite the villagers suggesting death, Iduna, who still considers Ravius a friend, chooses to banish him. After Ravius swears revenge and disappears into the mountains, Arvid(Paul Bettany), the head of Arendelle's royal musicians, asks Iduna what to do with the crystal ball. Iduna, not wanting to destroy what was left of her childhood, suggests they hide the crystal ball under the palace, where no one can ever find it.

      Years later, Elsa is Queen of Arendelle and enjoying her life with Anna and the others. In the time that has passed since the end of the first film, she has built new snowmen that serve as Olaf's family. These include Marshmallow, who lives in the mountain, two sisters named Beatrix(Christina Applegate) and Asle(Jennifer Lawrence), and Andreas(Sebastian Stan), a Snowgie whom Elsa accidentally gave arms and a voice.

      Kristoff is told by Bulda that the trolls have agreed to a peace treaty with a neighbouring empire of Gremlinia, home of the Gremlins, with whom the trolls have been at war with for generations.

      With her work as Queen, Elsa begins to neglect the others, causing Anna to feel abandoned again, while Elsa still feels lonely being the only person she knows with her powers.

      Meanwhile, up in the valley of living rock, Pabbie looks over the trolls proudly, celebrating the newfound peace between the trolls and the Gremlins. Suddenly, an older Ravius(Robert Downey Jr) arrives in the valley looking for "the book". He is accompanied by his Gremlin assistant Ari(Jeremy Renner), a battle-crazed patriot of Gremlinia who bears scars from the Troll-Gremlin war and disapproves of the peace, this having resulted in his banishment from his kingdom along with his small army of Gremlinia patriots. Ravius overpowers Pabbie with his limited supplies of magic and takes an ancient book from it's pedestal, before bringing down a large rock on top of Pabbie.

      Bulda alerts Kristoff and the others of Pabbie's death, before Arvid warns Elsa of the threat that Ravius poses. Meanwhile, Andreas accidentally falls into the basement of the castle and sees the crystal ball, where Alvis begins to talk to him and befriend him.

      Meanwhile, a young woman from the Southern Isles named Annika(Karen Gillan), who lives in a small cave outside of Arendelle, is caught trying to steal food and attempts to defend herself, causing blasts of ice to fire from her hands. She is arrested and sent to the dungeons. Elsa is told about this by Padraic(Stephen Mangan), Kai's teenaged son, and goes to talk to Annika.

      In the cell, Annika tells Elsa to stay away, because she does not wish to harm her. Elsa tries to calm down Annika and eventually exposes her own powers. Elsa, realizing that Annika is no different from herself, pardons Annika of her charges and introduces her to the others, including her snowmen. Annika doesn't seem surprised by the snowmen, as Anna notices quickly. Annika leads them to her cave and introduces them to her own snowmen. Agneta(Melissa McCarthy), a snow-woman who Olaf becomes smitten with, Keena(Emma Stone), a snowgirl who ends up having a crush on Asle, Egill(Lee Pace), a smaller snowman who believes that he is a human trapped in snowman form and Balder(Michael Fassbender), a slower snowman who is always willing to help others.

      On the South Mountain, also known as Doomsday Mountain, Ravius begins to experiment on the jewel encrusted within the book. He discovers two spirits within it, similar to Alvis, named Peter(Evan Peters) and Pietro(Aaron Taylor Johnson), who constantly bicker and try to get away from each other. Ravius' experiments result in the freedom of Peter and Pietro, and they escape into the forests.

      Back in Arendelle, Elsa and Annika become close friends, as Annika explains her story. After her parents died when she was ten, Annika lived on the streets, where her powers would often be looked down on by the other villagers in the Southern Isles. When she was fifteen, she saw a little girl named Keena drowning, and dived in to save her. When she pulled her out, Annika realized, to her horror, that her anxiety had caused her to give Keena extreme hypothermia, killing her instantly. As she was feared by the kingdom and hunted down, Annika ran away and took a ship to Arendelle.

      While Egill, Balder and Keena get along with Elsa's snowmen, Agneta is incredibly obnoxious and untrusting of them, constantly ignoring Olaf's attempts to get her attention. While Elsa helps Annika to control her powers and spend more time with her, Anna becomes increasingly jealous, as well as not trusting Annika due to her experience with Hans.

      Meanwhile, Alvis tricks each of Elsa's snowmen one by one into bringing snow into the basement, where Andreas helps him to build a body for himself.

      Keena walks over to Asle and, after some hesitation, asks her out on a date. Asle consults Elsa about her attraction to Keena, as she had always thought that love was something only a man and woman can share, while Agneta slowly begins to fall for Olaf. Seeing the two couples, Andreas decides to build himself a girlfriend, calling her Carys. Annika sees the lonely snowgie and decides to do him a favor, using her powers to bring Carys(Cobie Smulders) to life. Carys, however, does not notice Andreas and becomes obsessed with helping Elsa to run the kingdom, convincing Elsa to make her the royal advisor, much to Arvid's dismay.

      Ravius captures Padraic and prepares to hold him hostage. Anna decides to rescue him and goes into the forest with Kristoff, Sven, Carys, Olaf and Keena. Ravius arrives at the castle and imprisons Elsa, where Annika reveals reluctantly that she is Ravius' niece. Arvid and the other snowmen venture into the basement where they find the crystal ball and the body that Andreas and Alvis have been building. After a comedic chase with Ravius, the group escape into the forests with the crystal ball as Asle and Andreas free Elsa. Annika, after watching her uncle try to kill her friends, betrays Ravius and follows the group.

      In the forest, the group gathers with Anna's party where they meet Peter and Pietro, who plan to help Andreas and Arvid to transfer Alvis into the body. After a heated argument between the group, Elsa uses her powers to revive Alvis' body. Alvis explains that he will do anything to help Iduna and her family, before Ravius takes the crystal ball and escapes to Doomsday Mountain.

      At the mountain, Ravius reveals that he will destroy Arendelle with the power of the crystal ball. Ari sees Ravius' map and realizes that the explosion will also destroy Gremlinia, and protests to Ravius' plans. Ravius kicks Ari aside and proceeds with his plans.

      Elsa leads the others up the mountain, where she confronts Ravius, who overpowers her using his full-powered magic. Alvis arrives to protect Elsa, revealing that he possesses the full powers of the crystal ball in his fight with Ravius while Peter and Pietro free Padraic. As Ravius creates an army of spirits to destroy the group, Anna and the others are able to fight back with help from Ari and his Gremlin followers, along with Marshmallow and the Snowgies, while Annika, Elsa and Alvis overpower Ravius with all three of their powers.

      While Ravius attempts to kill Elsa, Andreas attacks him and is killed in the process. Arvid grabs the crystal ball and threatens to destroy it if Ravius harms the others. Ravius, after revealing that the ball's destruction will cause the entire mountain to explode, tries to reason with Arvid as they attempt to leave. Arvid plans to use the crystal ball to ressurect Andreas, before Ravius attempts to attack him, accidentally dropping the crystal ball off of a cliff. Alvis attempts to save Ravius as he is trapped in the mountain, before the entire place explodes while the others escape, Ravius being killed as the power engulfs him.

      With the crystal ball destroyed, the group mourns for Andreas, Carys professing her love for him before Alvis picks up the snowgie, using his powers to bring Andreas back to life. A few months later, everyone is happy. Ari forgives the trolls and agrees to put the war behind them, Olaf and Agneta are an official couple while Keena and Asle get married by Alvis, with Peter and Pietro being groomsmen. Agneta finally becomes friends with Elsa's snowmen, as Annika and Anna make amends. As Keena and Asle throw the bouquet, Agneta tries to catch it, before falling over and causing Anna to catch it instead, looking to Kristoff and smiling. Elsa and Anna sit and watch the sunset together while Carys and Andreas prepare for a picnic. Arvid reveals to Carys that Elsa needs help with political issues, before Carys suggests Arvid handle it himself as she and Andreas kiss.

      After the credits, Pietro appears and smiles at the camera, clapping his hands together as the screen cuts to black, suggesting that there won't be a third movie.

      What do you guys think?

      Good, but there were so many characters it was hard to keep track of them all. Also, a lot of people died for a Disney movie. But I do like the idea of another person with ice powers.

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    • Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:

      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote: These are all great ideas, but here is my draft of a Frozen sequel.

      The story begins with a young Iduna and her friend Ravius Cravendorff playing. They come across a crystal ball, where a voice comes from inside. The voice belongs to a spirit trapped within the orb. They call the spirit within the orb "Alvis" and they become close friends with it. Over time, Ravius secretly begins to practice Forbidden troll magic, while Iduna marries Prince Adger and they eventually become King and Queen of Arendelle. After Iduna gives birth to her first child, Ravius, who is angry with Iduna for "abandoning" him, plans to use the crystal ball to kill Iduna and her family. Alvis' spirit escapes from the crystal and sees Iduna's child, touching her and turning her hair a bright platinum blonde before returning to the crystal. Before Ravius can attack, the royal guards storm his laboratory and arrest him. Despite the villagers suggesting death, Iduna, who still considers Ravius a friend, chooses to banish him. After Ravius swears revenge and disappears into the mountains, Arvid(Paul Bettany), the head of Arendelle's royal musicians, asks Iduna what to do with the crystal ball. Iduna, not wanting to destroy what was left of her childhood, suggests they hide the crystal ball under the palace, where no one can ever find it.

      Years later, Elsa is Queen of Arendelle and enjoying her life with Anna and the others. In the time that has passed since the end of the first film, she has built new snowmen that serve as Olaf's family. These include Marshmallow, who lives in the mountain, two sisters named Beatrix(Christina Applegate) and Asle(Jennifer Lawrence), and Andreas(Sebastian Stan), a Snowgie whom Elsa accidentally gave arms and a voice.

      Kristoff is told by Bulda that the trolls have agreed to a peace treaty with a neighbouring empire of Gremlinia, home of the Gremlins, with whom the trolls have been at war with for generations.

      With her work as Queen, Elsa begins to neglect the others, causing Anna to feel abandoned again, while Elsa still feels lonely being the only person she knows with her powers.

      Meanwhile, up in the valley of living rock, Pabbie looks over the trolls proudly, celebrating the newfound peace between the trolls and the Gremlins. Suddenly, an older Ravius(Robert Downey Jr) arrives in the valley looking for "the book". He is accompanied by his Gremlin assistant Ari(Jeremy Renner), a battle-crazed patriot of Gremlinia who bears scars from the Troll-Gremlin war and disapproves of the peace, this having resulted in his banishment from his kingdom along with his small army of Gremlinia patriots. Ravius overpowers Pabbie with his limited supplies of magic and takes an ancient book from it's pedestal, before bringing down a large rock on top of Pabbie.

      Bulda alerts Kristoff and the others of Pabbie's death, before Arvid warns Elsa of the threat that Ravius poses. Meanwhile, Andreas accidentally falls into the basement of the castle and sees the crystal ball, where Alvis begins to talk to him and befriend him.

      Meanwhile, a young woman from the Southern Isles named Annika(Karen Gillan), who lives in a small cave outside of Arendelle, is caught trying to steal food and attempts to defend herself, causing blasts of ice to fire from her hands. She is arrested and sent to the dungeons. Elsa is told about this by Padraic(Stephen Mangan), Kai's teenaged son, and goes to talk to Annika.

      In the cell, Annika tells Elsa to stay away, because she does not wish to harm her. Elsa tries to calm down Annika and eventually exposes her own powers. Elsa, realizing that Annika is no different from herself, pardons Annika of her charges and introduces her to the others, including her snowmen. Annika doesn't seem surprised by the snowmen, as Anna notices quickly. Annika leads them to her cave and introduces them to her own snowmen. Agneta(Melissa McCarthy), a snow-woman who Olaf becomes smitten with, Keena(Emma Stone), a snowgirl who ends up having a crush on Asle, Egill(Lee Pace), a smaller snowman who believes that he is a human trapped in snowman form and Balder(Michael Fassbender), a slower snowman who is always willing to help others.

      On the South Mountain, also known as Doomsday Mountain, Ravius begins to experiment on the jewel encrusted within the book. He discovers two spirits within it, similar to Alvis, named Peter(Evan Peters) and Pietro(Aaron Taylor Johnson), who constantly bicker and try to get away from each other. Ravius' experiments result in the freedom of Peter and Pietro, and they escape into the forests.

      Back in Arendelle, Elsa and Annika become close friends, as Annika explains her story. After her parents died when she was ten, Annika lived on the streets, where her powers would often be looked down on by the other villagers in the Southern Isles. When she was fifteen, she saw a little girl named Keena drowning, and dived in to save her. When she pulled her out, Annika realized, to her horror, that her anxiety had caused her to give Keena extreme hypothermia, killing her instantly. As she was feared by the kingdom and hunted down, Annika ran away and took a ship to Arendelle.

      While Egill, Balder and Keena get along with Elsa's snowmen, Agneta is incredibly obnoxious and untrusting of them, constantly ignoring Olaf's attempts to get her attention. While Elsa helps Annika to control her powers and spend more time with her, Anna becomes increasingly jealous, as well as not trusting Annika due to her experience with Hans.

      Meanwhile, Alvis tricks each of Elsa's snowmen one by one into bringing snow into the basement, where Andreas helps him to build a body for himself.

      Keena walks over to Asle and, after some hesitation, asks her out on a date. Asle consults Elsa about her attraction to Keena, as she had always thought that love was something only a man and woman can share, while Agneta slowly begins to fall for Olaf. Seeing the two couples, Andreas decides to build himself a girlfriend, calling her Carys. Annika sees the lonely snowgie and decides to do him a favor, using her powers to bring Carys(Cobie Smulders) to life. Carys, however, does not notice Andreas and becomes obsessed with helping Elsa to run the kingdom, convincing Elsa to make her the royal advisor, much to Arvid's dismay.

      Ravius captures Padraic and prepares to hold him hostage. Anna decides to rescue him and goes into the forest with Kristoff, Sven, Carys, Olaf and Keena. Ravius arrives at the castle and imprisons Elsa, where Annika reveals reluctantly that she is Ravius' niece. Arvid and the other snowmen venture into the basement where they find the crystal ball and the body that Andreas and Alvis have been building. After a comedic chase with Ravius, the group escape into the forests with the crystal ball as Asle and Andreas free Elsa. Annika, after watching her uncle try to kill her friends, betrays Ravius and follows the group.

      In the forest, the group gathers with Anna's party where they meet Peter and Pietro, who plan to help Andreas and Arvid to transfer Alvis into the body. After a heated argument between the group, Elsa uses her powers to revive Alvis' body. Alvis explains that he will do anything to help Iduna and her family, before Ravius takes the crystal ball and escapes to Doomsday Mountain.

      At the mountain, Ravius reveals that he will destroy Arendelle with the power of the crystal ball. Ari sees Ravius' map and realizes that the explosion will also destroy Gremlinia, and protests to Ravius' plans. Ravius kicks Ari aside and proceeds with his plans.

      Elsa leads the others up the mountain, where she confronts Ravius, who overpowers her using his full-powered magic. Alvis arrives to protect Elsa, revealing that he possesses the full powers of the crystal ball in his fight with Ravius while Peter and Pietro free Padraic. As Ravius creates an army of spirits to destroy the group, Anna and the others are able to fight back with help from Ari and his Gremlin followers, along with Marshmallow and the Snowgies, while Annika, Elsa and Alvis overpower Ravius with all three of their powers.

      While Ravius attempts to kill Elsa, Andreas attacks him and is killed in the process. Arvid grabs the crystal ball and threatens to destroy it if Ravius harms the others. Ravius, after revealing that the ball's destruction will cause the entire mountain to explode, tries to reason with Arvid as they attempt to leave. Arvid plans to use the crystal ball to ressurect Andreas, before Ravius attempts to attack him, accidentally dropping the crystal ball off of a cliff. Alvis attempts to save Ravius as he is trapped in the mountain, before the entire place explodes while the others escape, Ravius being killed as the power engulfs him.

      With the crystal ball destroyed, the group mourns for Andreas, Carys professing her love for him before Alvis picks up the snowgie, using his powers to bring Andreas back to life. A few months later, everyone is happy. Ari forgives the trolls and agrees to put the war behind them, Olaf and Agneta are an official couple while Keena and Asle get married by Alvis, with Peter and Pietro being groomsmen. Agneta finally becomes friends with Elsa's snowmen, as Annika and Anna make amends. As Keena and Asle throw the bouquet, Agneta tries to catch it, before falling over and causing Anna to catch it instead, looking to Kristoff and smiling. Elsa and Anna sit and watch the sunset together while Carys and Andreas prepare for a picnic. Arvid reveals to Carys that Elsa needs help with political issues, before Carys suggests Arvid handle it himself as she and Andreas kiss.

      After the credits, Pietro appears and smiles at the camera, clapping his hands together as the screen cuts to black, suggesting that there won't be a third movie.

      What do you guys think?

      Good, but there were so many characters it was hard to keep track of them all. Also, a lot of people died for a Disney movie. But I do like the idea of another person with ice powers.

      Yeah, I guess it could do with a trip to the cutting room. Which characters/arcs would you consider best to cut out?

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    • Probably best with not so many snowmen, I totally lost track of who was who. Maybe just have one or two? (Not counting Olaf)

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    • Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:
      Probably best with not so many snowmen, I totally lost track of who was who. Maybe just have one or two? (Not counting Olaf)

      I guess I could also cut out the whole story with the war between the trolls and Gremlins. And I guess Balder and Egill don't do much, I just wanted parts for Lee Pace and Michael Fassbender.

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:

      Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:
      Probably best with not so many snowmen, I totally lost track of who was who. Maybe just have one or two? (Not counting Olaf)

      I guess I could also cut out the whole story with the war between the trolls and Gremlins. And I guess Balder and Egill don't do much, I just wanted parts for Lee Pace and Michael Fassbender.

      Maybe they could play townspeople, or something.

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    • Well, who doesn't love a good cameo?

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote: Well, who doesn't love a good cameo?

      Exactly!

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    • Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:

      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:


      Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:
      Probably best with not so many snowmen, I totally lost track of who was who. Maybe just have one or two? (Not counting Olaf)
      I guess I could also cut out the whole story with the war between the trolls and Gremlins. And I guess Balder and Egill don't do much, I just wanted parts for Lee Pace and Michael Fassbender.
      Maybe they could play townspeople, or something.

      I think you should cut out some of them like a lot. But keep the war of the Trolls and the Gremlins. I'm not saying make a plot out of it. but make it piece of the plot of the movie, because they can be enemies from ages past. Grand Pabbie will be the trolls's war leader and Plarkerus the ogre could be the gremlins's war leader

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    • Well, most of my designs for Ari and the Gremlins could be a bit too scary for younger viewers, as this picture shows. And maybe you should look at the weapon in his right hand and wonder if he has a past with one of the main characters.

      Ari

      Ari.

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote:
      Well, most of my designs for Ari and the Gremlins could be a bit too scary for younger viewers, as this picture shows. And maybe you should look at the weapon in his right hand and wonder if he has a past with one of the main characters.
      Ari

      Ari.

      Oh dear Lord. Could that explain how Sven and Kristoff met ... as orphans?

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    • That's what it's implying. Some of my earlier designs had him wearing reindeer skin for vests, capes, boots etc. but I wanted to make the link easier to notice. You know how much people love those fan theories.

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    • I think of a gremlin who shouldn't have clothes or facial hairs or anything in which he has. I think he should just have a long pointy tail and horns and facial hairs on his legs and shoulders. the rest of the gremlins just look normal.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      I think of a gremlin who shouldn't have clothes or facial hairs or anything in which he has. I think he should just have a long pointy tail and horns and facial hairs on his legs and shoulders. the rest of the gremlins just look normal.

      Well, I just wanted a design that kept with the idea of what made Frozen great.

      Just like the the first movie both respected the traditional Disney musical while adding something new to it, I wanted Ari's design to both respect and deviate from the generic Gremlin appearance.

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    • I would love for Ingrid from Once Upon A Time (Elsa and Anna's maternal aunt) to be referenced, but I'd highly doubt it.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote: I would love for Ingrid from Once Upon A Time (Elsa and Anna's maternal aunt) to be referenced, but I'd highly doubt it.

      She would probably have lived with them after their parents died if she were going to be referenced at all.

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    • Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:

      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote: I would love for Ingrid from Once Upon A Time (Elsa and Anna's maternal aunt) to be referenced, but I'd highly doubt it.

      She would probably have lived with them after their parents died if she were going to be referenced at all.

      She was trapped in an urn during Elsa and Anna's life, and then died after the events of both the movie and Frozen Fever (if the show were to be considered canon). So she'd never have been able to stay with them after the King and Queen's death.

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:

      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote: I would love for Ingrid from Once Upon A Time (Elsa and Anna's maternal aunt) to be referenced, but I'd highly doubt it.

      She would probably have lived with them after their parents died if she were going to be referenced at all.

      She was trapped in an urn during Elsa and Anna's life, and then died after the events of both the movie and Frozen Fever (if the show were to be considered canon). So she'd never have been able to stay with them after the King and Queen's death.

      I hope Ingrid appears in Frozen 2 as the secondary antagonist

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:

      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote: I would love for Ingrid from Once Upon A Time (Elsa and Anna's maternal aunt) to be referenced, but I'd highly doubt it.

      She would probably have lived with them after their parents died if she were going to be referenced at all.
      She was trapped in an urn during Elsa and Anna's life, and then died after the events of both the movie and Frozen Fever (if the show were to be considered canon). So she'd never have been able to stay with them after the King and Queen's death.
      I hope Ingrid appears in Frozen 2 as the secondary antagonist

      It wouldn't happen. LOL She redeemed herself by the end.

      And unless this was set in the middle of Once's arc, between scenes, it would end... sadly. Like "Anna trapping Elsa in a magic-neutralizing urn" sadly. 

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    • Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:

      Inside Out Is Pixar! wrote:

      Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote: I would love for Ingrid from Once Upon A Time (Elsa and Anna's maternal aunt) to be referenced, but I'd highly doubt it.

      She would probably have lived with them after their parents died if she were going to be referenced at all.
      She was trapped in an urn during Elsa and Anna's life, and then died after the events of both the movie and Frozen Fever (if the show were to be considered canon). So she'd never have been able to stay with them after the King and Queen's death.
      I hope Ingrid appears in Frozen 2 as the secondary antagonist

      It wouldn't happen. LOL She redeemed herself by the end.

      And unless this was set in the middle of Once's arc, between scenes, it would end... sadly. Like "Anna trapping Elsa in a magic-neutralizing urn" sadly. 

      Then there is gotta be a way that it won't be the same as it happened in OUAT

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    • What sore of musical numbers would you expect to be in the film eg. villain song, pairing song etc.

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    • Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote: What sore of musical numbers would you expect to be in the film eg. villain song, pairing song etc.

      Anna and Kristoff's love song should be the deleted song, "Love Can't Be Denied" and an original song called "We're Free to Follow Our Hearts"

      For a villain song, that could be the Evil Ogre (Plarkerus's) song called "The Symphony of Death"

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    • Anyone familiar with Lena "Rocker" Hall? For some reason, ever since her appearance on MLP was first announced, I always thought she'd be great for Frozen as Queen Marisol (from the "Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic" books).

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Rodangizzardcrusher3 wrote: What sore of musical numbers would you expect to be in the film eg. villain song, pairing song etc.

      Anna and Kristoff's love song should be the deleted song, "Love Can't Be Denied" and an original song called "We're Free to Follow Our Hearts"

      For a villain song, that could be the Evil Ogre (Plarkerus's) song called "The Symphony of Death"

      Well, these were the types of musical numbers I'd expect from my story idea.

      I imagine the film will open with an ice harvester riding a horse into Arendelle singing a solo version of Frozen Heart. As he stops singing, the ice harvester acts as the introductory narrator to the story, much like the Peddler in Aladdin. As he tells the story of Ravius' banishment, an instrumental of Frozen Heart plays throughout, and amplifies as Ravius is banished, combined with Ravius' theme(more on that later)

      In the present day, I imagine there would be an ensemble piece about how much Arendelle had changed in the time passed since the first movie. This would be performed by Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, Asle, Beatrix and Andreas. Arvid also would have a solo about being able to return to his job as royal music conductor with the gates finally open. The song's main melody would be a new piece that serves as a theme for Arvid, with added samples of Let it Go, Love is an Open Door, Do you wanna build a Snowman and an added nod towards Reindeers are Better than people.

      When we are introduced to Annika, she is running from the guards with food she has stolen. Here there would be a One Jump Ahead-type number performed by Annika and the guards, the melody of which would be a theme for Annika and her snowmen.

      After Ravius releases Peter and Pietro, the two escape into the forests and constantly bicker about where to go. Their song would be a combination of their different themes, where Peter talks about getting away from Pietro while Pietro wants him and Peter to see the world, starting with Arendelle. This song would be similar to Life's Too Short, with the final verse showing the two arguing like typical siblings.

      After Elsa befriends Annika, she comforts her new friend after Annika reveals her past, and they have a non-romantic duet about how much they had in common. The song would basically be Let it Go meets Love is an Open Door meets You're You. It would mention their pasts and having to accept themselves and each other, while Annika shows several facial expressions and lyrics that allude to her being Ravius' niece.

      After Keena asks Asle out, the two go to see their respective "families" of snowmen, who dress them up over an Honor to Us all-type song performed by Olaf, Beatrix, Agneta, Balder and Egill. There would also be a brief verse where Andreas tries unsucessfully to serenade Carys with reused lyrics from Love Can't be Denied, while Carys sings about helping Elsa with the stress of running Arendelle.

      Back at Doomsday Mountain, Ravius sings his villain song, which would be an ACDC-meets-FOB type song about his motivations and his hatred of Arendelle's royal family. The melody here would be his theme throughout.

      Before Ravius arrives at Arendelle, Anna and Elsa argue, singing a reprise of Peter and Pietro's song, with lyrics fitting more to Anna's distrust of Annika. The song ends with Elsa storming out and Anna slumping down angrily, with a brief sample of Do you Wanna build a snowman playing.

      When Ravius arrives, he and Ari sing a dark reprise of Annika and Elsa's song where they reveal Annika's relation to Ravius. This would be similar to the Prince Ali reprise and would end with Ravius grabbing Elsa and holding her over the edge of a cliff, saying "what's your catchphrase again? Oh yeah, let it go!" as he drops her off of the cliff. Though Asle and Andreas save Elsa, Ravius gets the crystal ball and laughs evilly.

      When Alvis is released from the Crystal ball, he sings a Friend Like Me type song with help from Peter and Pietro. Due to the characters being magical, this scene would be more cartoony and would probably have some Robin Williams-type pop culture references.

      At the end of the film, an instrumental piece similar to Epilogue in the first movie that combines all the themes of the movie(s) in one. Finally, the ice harvester appears again, tearing away his disguise to reveal he was Alvis the whole time, before singing a final reprise of Frozen Heart as the film ends.

      And for the credits they'd probably have a pop single cover for one of these songs.

      Which songs do you guys think sound best?

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    • 1F292E71

      Possible Frozen 2 villain, based on the Evil Troll in the form of an ogre

      I made a picture of the Frozen cast with Plarkerus. I know It's a little bit up side down but I hope you guys like it

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    • I don't have a full idea yet but I think the second film should incorperate the idea that Kai and Gerda were Elsa and Anna's ancestors, who founded Arrendale after defeating the original Snow queen.

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    • Hey but What do you think of the drawing I did from scratch? Because I think that it looks like that came from Disney themselves. Only that Plarkerus is in this picture and he's right next to Kristoff

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    • I still perfered Elsa as the main protagonist and Anna the tritagonist. And I don't want arguments please.

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    • None taken. But Disney probably won't change the characters's main positions.

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    • I don't know if any of you guys know this but there was an interesting information that Disney was going to use in the first film of Frozen. I was hoping if you guys could spread the word, so Disney could bring this back and put in the sequel for real. It says:

      "However, at some point in the film, the (real) main villain (hinted to have given Elsa her ice powers in the first place, just to make her look bad) will eventually arrive at Elsa's castle, at which said villain immediately comes upon the snowman guards to see if Elsa is inside the palace. At first the snowmen refuse, but then the villain will respond by attacking them until they finally tell this villain yes. After this, this villain will stab all of the snowmen with the remaining broken shards of the villain's mirror(one of which was responsible for Elsa's transformation), causing them all to become more menacing then ever, and allowing the villain to enter the castle. Upon realizing that Elsa wants to be left alone in her own ice castle to prevent anyone from figuring out her ice powers, the villain will grant her wish by presenting her her own snowmen, now betraying her due to them now seeing her as a "bad queen" to them and beginning to obey the villain, and the snowmen then trap Elsa inside her own castle while they will all escape with the villain to wreak havoc on her birth kingdom. At this point Elsa will then learn that she has made a huge mistake for abandoning her kingdom and indirectly fulfilling the prophecy, and will eventually be rescued by Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf where she will admit to her sister that she will regret what she did and that she blamed her own sister for what she has become."

      A user called Dreamy English Rose said that she had went to Disney about this. And that Disney had confirmed this. But for some reason it didn't happen, because supposedly they wanted to keep Elsa's powers's origin for another time and that they wanted to first focus on the relationship between Anna and Elsa and also to focus more on Elsa's control of her powers until getting the hang of it.

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    • You know what?! I'm going to cast Elsa as the main protagonist in "LEGO Frozen: The Series"!

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    • Hey, Since Zootopia predicted Disney's 2020 animated movie through having animal versions of dvd of moana and gigantic in the movie, does this confirm Frozen 2 as the 2020 animated Movie coming out on March 14, 2020? 

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    • Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: Hey, Since Zootopia predicted Disney's 2020 animated movie through having animal versions of dvd of moana and gigantic in the movie, does this confirm Frozen 2 as the 2020 animated Movie coming out on March 14, 2020? 

      I don't know. I think they will release Frozen 2 in 2018.

      What do you think of this info I just put there? Would you spread the word about it?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: Hey, Since Zootopia predicted Disney's 2020 animated movie through having animal versions of dvd of moana and gigantic in the movie, does this confirm Frozen 2 as the 2020 animated Movie coming out on March 14, 2020? 

      I don't know. I think they will release Frozen 2 in 2018.

      What do you think of this info I just put there? Would you spread the word about it?

      I'm sorry, but no. I think the 2018 film will be Gigantic.

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    • Hello?! Is there no one agree with me that I will put Elsa as the protagonist in LEGO Frozen: The Series?

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    • BrittalCroftFan wrote: Hello?! Is there no one agree with me that I will put Elsa as the protagonist in LEGO Frozen: The Series?

      That ain't my problem. Just do what you want, you don't have to take this personal. Maybe a lot of people could agree with you about the LEGO thing

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    • Royalreceiver wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: Hey, Since Zootopia predicted Disney's 2020 animated movie through having animal versions of dvd of moana and gigantic in the movie, does this confirm Frozen 2 as the 2020 animated Movie coming out on March 14, 2020? 

      I don't know. I think they will release Frozen 2 in 2018.

      What do you think of this info I just put there? Would you spread the word about it?

      I'm sorry, but no. I think the 2018 film will be Gigantic.

      Yes, Gigantic will be in 2018 but I think Frozen 2 will be released later in the same year. That's what I heard from many people.

      You still haven't answered my most important question. Would you or not help me spread the word about that old plot piece Disney was going to use in the first movie, so that Disney can somehow bring it back and put it in the sequel?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: Hey, Since Zootopia predicted Disney's 2020 animated movie through having animal versions of dvd of moana and gigantic in the movie, does this confirm Frozen 2 as the 2020 animated Movie coming out on March 14, 2020? 

      I don't know. I think they will release Frozen 2 in 2018.

      What do you think of this info I just put there? Would you spread the word about it?

      I'm sorry, but no. I think the 2018 film will be Gigantic.
      Yes, Gigantic will be in 2018 but I think Frozen 2 will be released later in the same year. That's what I heard from many people.

      You still haven't answered my most important question. Would you or not help me spread the word about that old plot piece Disney was going to use in the first movie, so that Disney can somehow bring it back and put it in the sequel?

      I don't know.

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    • It will be cute if they had a polar bear , bunny, fox, and owl in the sequel with everyone of them having a name which is: Polo the Polar bear, Bonnie the bunny, Lilo the fox, and Snowball the owl. Yes i know one of this names is a reference to the popular horror game.

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    • Royalreceiver wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: Hey, Since Zootopia predicted Disney's 2020 animated movie through having animal versions of dvd of moana and gigantic in the movie, does this confirm Frozen 2 as the 2020 animated Movie coming out on March 14, 2020? 

      I don't know. I think they will release Frozen 2 in 2018.

      What do you think of this info I just put there? Would you spread the word about it?

      I'm sorry, but no. I think the 2018 film will be Gigantic.
      Yes, Gigantic will be in 2018 but I think Frozen 2 will be released later in the same year. That's what I heard from many people.

      You still haven't answered my most important question. Would you or not help me spread the word about that old plot piece Disney was going to use in the first movie, so that Disney can somehow bring it back and put it in the sequel?

      I don't know.

      What that would mean? That you don't know if you're going to spread the word? I mean I think it's important for me and all of those users who had seen this information before. That same information even contains another great message. I was hoping if you could do me that favor, but whatever

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    • So, me and a user called Scrooge MacDuck wrote the villain song for Plarkerus the Evil Ogre, "The Symphony of Death" and it's about him desiring to destroy Arendelle, everyone in it and especially Anna and Elsa, who are his main foes and also wishes to rule the world with his evil power. But ironically, he somehow becomes smitten or even obssesed with Elsa and wants her to be his Queen. The song is a combination of the songs Hellfire and the Madness of King Scar. I really hope that Disney can take this idea and have it in the sequel. So the song goes something like this:


      "Since hundreds, even thousands of years... The human race and its great passion for life have kept me, Hidden! Weak! Emprisoned! Barely alive! What kept me going strong is the Symphony of Death. And these humans down in Arendelle... Sing and dance and talk and live a merry life... As their sings and whistlings came, I heard the glorious call of fame! It is my Symphony of Death!

      HAHAHAHA (evil laughing)

      They may sing! They may dance! All that's nothing but prance! Their music will soon be mute! Soon they'll stand still, soon they will hear my glorious Symphony of Death. All those smiling faces will turn into eerie skulls, all those handsome women shall become banshees! All those valiant ships'll be wrecks, and there will be no more blecks, cause I all make them freeze on feet! Objects! Humans! ALL!! All in my Symphony of Death!

      Ahh! (Sneering chuckle) Elsa... She is the woman everyone's talking about! I will say this aloud... I'll make her my queen by force and she'll be begging me for remorse. When she finds out that I cursed her all these years, she'll be flooded with ravin' fears. In a rage, she'll try to fight me, but I will put her in her place and make her meet her doom if she trys to defy my Symphony of Death! (Spoken) Ah, what's this I see? Why it is her beautiful sister, Anna! (Singing) She is just the one who'll try to fight for her sister and her kingdom. No matter being so powerless, she is the key to turn Elsa to me for I am the fearsome! I'll have both girls in my jaws if they don't follow my laws of the Symphony of Death!

      I'll be alone, really alone, unique in my kind... For I am to be called.. The Troll, The Demon, The Devil, The Ogre... And the MONSTER will at last find his place in the world! Everyone in Arendelle will perish under my thunderous storm of snow, Elsa wille either be my queen or be a prisoner forever until death and Anna will squeal on my grasp, with everyone giving me a gasp for the wondrous evil that I am!

      And into the highest spheres of the universe, will resound my Symphony... Of... DEATH!!! HAHAHAHAHA (laughing wickedly)"

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    • We already know that weselton or at least the duke won't be back to cause any more trouble.

      ACROSS THE SEA

      ACROSS THE SEA

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    • Jim Reaper wrote: We already know that weselton or at least the duke won't be back to cause any more trouble.

      ACROSS THE SEA

      ACROSS THE SEA

      Yes!! Hans, the Duke of Weselton, his bodyguards and Marshmallow will now be good guys! I'm so happy!

      Now all we need is a real and obvious Disney Villain to make it into the sequel. I hope they don't use the rumored female villain and instead use the Evil Ogre

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    • They redeemed Hans?! That's unprecidented! I thought he would have been  a grey area character before I heard about this. Guess That means his brothers might be the true villains of the sequel due to the kind of neglect and torture they did to him that is represented in the Frozen books and literature that causes him to try to take the throne in the first film.

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    • Robotnikmario.vonshweetz wrote: They redeemed Hans?! That's unprecidented! I thought he would have been  a grey area character before I heard about this. Guess That means his brothers might be the true villains of the sequel due to the kind of neglect and torture they did to him that is represented in the Frozen books and literature that causes him to try to take the throne in the first film.

      Not exactly. His brothers are very minor to the movie so I think they won't be so much part in it but maybe they could make amends with Hans maybe after they introduce him again in the sequel. I just hope that the directors can come up with an excellent explanation about this so that they can make Hans good and be respected by his brothers.

      The villain has be the one who is linked to Elsa's powers's origin and the causing of the heartbreaking 20 year separation between Anna and Elsa. Now that could somehow be similar to the original Snow Queen fairytale.

      Imagine this trivia:

      In the Snow Queen, when the Evil Troll had accidently dropped the cursed mirror, its shards went flying about into the world and two mirror shards pierced Kai in his eyes and heart and it made him bad and seperated himself from Gerda.

      In Frozen, when the villain had purposely launched a beam of ice into the Queen's pregnant womb intending to kill the baby Elsa inside, it made the baby have the ice powers and the more fearing Elsa became, the more stronger her powers got and Elsa was separated from Anna by their parents

      About the Frozen part is not official but that is what could possibly happen in the sequel according to what have I read in the original book

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      When Frozen gets a sequle Their are many things that I personaly hope happens.

      I think Anna should come back as the Protagonist. Elsa should come back as the Dertagonist. Kristoff, Olaf and Sven should come back as tritagonists again.

      I would like to see the Relationship between Kristoff and the other Ice Harvesters be explord more and maby we can see if the Trolls have a relationship with the ice cutters. I also hear that the Ice Harvesters may have looked after Kristoff and Sven since they were orphans. I would also like to see what happend to Kristoff and Sven's biological parents.  

      I hope their will be a female rheinder so Sven can have a mate.

      I hope we see the royal family of Weselton and I just can't wait to hear about how thay reacted when thay find out that their closet partner in trade cut all ties with them because of what the Duke of Weselton did in Arendelle

      Also I would like to know what tradable goods did Arendelle have that were so valubale and could have made Him and Weselton so rich. And why was he so upset when all ties including trade between the 2 kingdoms was cut, why could't he just establish trade with another country that has the same tradable goods(whatever thous goods were).

      I hope we see the King and Queen of the Southern Isles and Hans's 12 big brothers.

      Maby Hans can come back as the main villain again and I kinda want to see what would happed if he meets Kristoff, Olaf and Sven.

      And I know Disney dous't usualy bring back the parents but I kinda would't mind seeing King Agdar and Queen Idun return

      And if she stays single that's cool but maby Elsa could get a love intrast and if she dous maby it can be on of Hans's older brothers (dou's not have to be thou).

      Everyone is diffrent so I understand that not eveyone will like theis ideas but be honest what do you think of them and if you don't like them what would you like to see in the sequle.

      These are great ideas. I would love to see Anna and Kristoff get married since they're perfect for each other. Should Elsa get a love interest, maybe it could be a man with fire powers?

      I would actually like to see Hans redeem himself. I think it would be interesting to see how Disney could pull it off. Don't get me into pairing him with Elsa though. She would never fully forgive the man who tried to kill her and her sister. It is sadly possible, which makes me angry.

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