Disney has officially confirmed that “Frost and Roses” is getting a sequel.
The film, which is set to open on December 22, 2017, has been in development for several years and was the first Disney-produced feature since “Jurassic World.”
It will be directed by “The Last Airbender” director Justin Lin and written by Lin and Nicole Perlman.
It is set for release in 3D on December 19, 2019.
In a statement, Lin said: “I’m thrilled to be bringing Frozen to life with ‘Frozen’ on the big screen.
The first ‘Frost’ opened in theaters in 2016 and inspired so many people across the world, and I’m incredibly grateful to have the chance to bring it to life on screen.”
Perlman will be returning as Anna, and “Frodo” will be back in the lead role of Olaf.
The sequel will also include an original song written by J.K. Simmons.
“Frog” will have an updated version of the classic Disney musical, with an entirely new song.
The announcement comes in the wake of the announcement that Disney is developing a new animated feature titled “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” which is scheduled for release this year.
“The Frozen franchise is the epitome of creativity, and it is exciting to work with Disney to bring Frozen to the bigscreen,” Lin said.
“It’s been a privilege to be a part of the world’s most beloved Disney franchise, and now we’re bringing ‘Frode’ to life.
This is an incredible opportunity to bring the Frozen world to the screen.”
“Fronzo” director David Fincher is directing the “Faces Places” film.
The feature will be set in the early 2000s, following the adventures of two teenagers named Finn and Jake who must go on a dangerous adventure to stop a giant evil from invading the magical land of Neverland.
“In this world, there is no place to hide.
There is only danger,” Finchers said in a statement.
“They have to find each other and protect the world.
Facing the impossible, they must fight to survive.”
“The ‘Faces’ Places” sequel will feature the same cast as “Frop’s Place,” a film about two teenage boys, who meet in a mysterious hotel and become friends.
“When a monster has invaded their beloved world, Finn and the gang are on a quest to defeat it, even if it means going against their best friends and their parents,” Fancher said.
It was previously announced that “Beauty and the Beast” star Idina Menzel will be playing Belle, and the film is scheduled to open in 2019.
“Beautiful and the Batch” star Emilia Clarke will also reprise her role as Belle in the “Beauties” sequel, which will be released on June 30, 2019 in theaters.
“Belle and the Boomers” will return to theaters on July 13, 2019, while “Futurama” will continue its run on Comedy Central in 2019 and 2020.