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The request was “Pirate Boss Anna” so I came up with this…

Submitted March 22, 2023 at 04:51PM by PrettyElsaNose

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Frozen 3 spoilers!

Have you read the spoilers for Frozen 3 I received from a very trustworthy source? “Frozen 3: 20 years later” is set 20 years after the 1st movie. Not long after Frozen 2, Elsa(Idina Menzel) got bored of her role as the 5th Spirit and betrayed(the spirits see it as a betrayal) the other Spirits in an attempt to spend more time with her sister. So the spirits cursed her(the spirits see it as a bit of a blessing), which caused her to get stranded on the island of Ahtohallan, and to start to forget about her life prior to having accepted the role of 5th spirit. It also caused her to be unable to physically age, her skin to turn blue and her hair to turn black.

Elsa’s sister Anna(Kristen Bell) has two 16-year-old daughters, Gerda(Deneen Melody) and Karen(Emma Myers). Only Gerda, not Karen, has seen her Aunt, and that’s because Gerda has ice powers which allow her to endure the coldness of Ahtohallan, but she doesn't have the power to create life…
It seems pretty obvious what F3 will be abt

For F2 we had no idea, because it wasn’t needed at all, Frozen tied up all loose ends and set everything up as a happy ever after. And people criticised Disney for making a sequel to a movie that didn’t need one and classified it as another cash grab (even though they put on more effort into it then the live action movies they’ve been putting out recently) But we still got F2, but this time they knew that they wanted to make another sequel, because more moneyyy, so to not be labelled as a cash grab they put in that scene where Anna and Elsa are on that boat and discover that map with they’re parents. I guarantee that F3 will be about them finding some truth abt they’re parents or smth. When me and my mom came out of teh theatre of F2 we both sighed and started talking abt how there’s obviously gonna be another sequel. It was obvious then, it’s obvious now. Why put that scene in if ur not gonna use it?

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Looking for an art piece. It’s like these two except Elsa is scared and on Anna’s shoulder

Submitted March 23, 2023 at 04:38PM by LockAndKey989

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The poetic storytelling in Frozen II

I’ve shared this here before, years back shortly after the second movie came out. But I’m sharing it again now, sorta as a counterpoint to all the countless arguments I keep seeing that claim that the second movie is somehow poorly written or planned out.

I can't help but feel like the poetic way in which the sisters' stories are told in the second half of this movie is seriously master class stuff, especially since it's all done without ever really drawing attention to itself and what it's doing. But the movie makes the claim that they're both two sides of the same bridge, and that's certainly shown in the ways in which their journeys play out and parallel one another, working in opposite manners towards the same endgoal:

Anna consoles Elsa, who's crying tears of sadness, and hugs her. Then they part. Anna is sent against her will into a body of water, a river, where she's met by one of the elemental spirits (the earth…
These lyrics don’t make sense

So in Frozen the Musical, during Kristoffs Lullaby he goes “Everything I thought I did, You’ve gone and changed it, kid.”

Who is he saying “kid” to? It makes no sense😭

Submitted March 23, 2023 at 08:54PM by telphiss

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Even before her powers were revealed to the kingdom, Elsa still had a cheeky side, and looking back now, it makes me laugh!

Submitted March 23, 2023 at 09:47PM by koola_00

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i know there’s many books out now, carrying out deeper story lines and more context to the films, but i’m not sure what they all are and if there’s a specific order to read them in. if anyone could help that would be greatly appreciated.

Submitted March 25, 2023 at 07:22AM by lqlaur

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