There’s not long to go until Frozen 2 hits cinemas, but fans have just one question, will Frozen 2 be a musical?
While nothing will be able to top Let It Go, it’s safe to say Frozen 2 will have a good go at emulating its success.
The plot of Frozen 2 is still pretty secret, but we do know that we’ll finally find out how Elsa got her powers as well as finding out more about their parents – perhaps even how they met.
Disney released a Frozen 2 trailer teasing all this and more, but what it was missing was a musical number.
Will Frozen 2 be a musical?
In short, yes. Don’t worry, while we haven’t yet heard the songs that will crop up in the new film we know they’ll be in there.
We already know the name of three songs thanks to Disney’s news drop at D23. Josh Gad and the team behind Frozen 2 have also teased what to expect.
What are the Frozen 2 song titles?
Songwriters Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez returned to write the music for Frozen 2. Lee teased one of the song’s in the film is “an evolution” from the first movie’s smash hit Let It Go.
“It’s its own song… Bobby and Kristen just delivered it three weeks ago. We’ve been working with them for two years and this song just came in and I love it.”
We have some of the song titles already:
Frozen’s award winning soundtrack
When Frozen debuted in 2013, Disney fans couldn’t help but fall in love with the characters as well as the ear-worm songs. Whether it was For the First Time in Forever or Let It Go we couldn’t stop singing along.
Will the songs be darker?
The sequel promises more catchy music, but we can expect a darker theme to them. The trailer has already teased a darker tone showing Elsa controlling her powers, battles and Enchanted Forests as well as an epic journey to save the land.
We’re hoping all the extra adventure means even better music. Josh Gad had a bit to say on this…
Frozen 2’s music could be even better
We know! Blasphemy! Josh Gad has said it’s so though. The actor, who voices Olaf, can’t help but tease fans. From sharing posters and hints on Twitter, to teasing what’s to come in interviews he’s been providing us with the answers we need.
Gad promised the songs would be “even catchier” this time around. Speaking to CinemaBlend he said: “It’s done. Can I just say something outrageous? I’m not even sure if I’m allowed to say this, but can I just say I think the songs are even better in this movie. Now I’ve set the bar so high, but they are so good. Bobby Lopez and Kristin Lopez, who wrote the original, they came back and did songs that are just [phenomenal]. That’s the big concern. How do you top those [Frozen] songs? They’re even catchier, I’m sorry to say.”
Disney’s Frozen 2 is released on November 22, 2019.