The ride never ends
I'm sad it's not being directed by Jenn Lee and Chris Buck, but I guess it's good that they're focusing on the sequel.
Also, hyped for the Broadway musical.
We've known this was coming even before we knew about Frozen Fever. It's about time we got a timeline for it.
It's a comfy ride. Just relax
>MFW the Frozen world in Kingdom Hearts 3 will be announced soon.
>MFW a large amount of the world production is being shoved into it despite being a generic boring snow level.
I hope Hans will be in this special short as well
putting moves on Elsa
Nah. It's done by the original team and WDAS itself like the other proper movies, whereas most of the direct-to-video sequels were done by "Disney Toon Studios".
The only sequel that's been done by WDAS itself previously has been The Rescuers Down Under. And maybe some Winnie the Pooh movie.
So there's a good chance it'll be better than the original, since Frozen I was so rushed and they changed shit around till the last possible minute which led to plot holes and the like. This time, the setting and the main characters and their dynamics are established from the start, so it's possible the story will be Tangled-tier honed
Kind of hoping they surpass Tangled, honestly. You're not exactly placing the bar sky high there. I mean it was good, in some ways better put together than Frozen, definitely, but it still had it's problems. Namely that they clearly couldn't decide who the main character was, tried to make it have two, and then didn't quite nail the landing.
But yes, Frozen clearly suffered due to being in development hell, and then when they made a breakthrough they had to scramble to implement it, and didn't have enough time to really do it justice. They should be in a better position to follow it up, except that, well, they've already told these characters' story. It can be a real challenge to find a satisfying direction to take for a follow up. The big problem facing most sequels, really, but especially when the original feels like such a one-off, complete story.
Aladdin sequels are pretty good
Lion King Simba's Pride was good.
Mermaid sequel could have been good if it didn't weirdly make Ariel hate her family and ignore everything from the series.
people of all ages jerk off on the rides, that's not gonna get a ride closed down.
shit, they'll jerk off anywhere in the parks if they damn well feel like it (and then police get involved)
source: worked at disney world
depends if you include situations that required police (rare) or just stuff like finding semen on the toilet seats (undocumented frequency, gonna guess at least once a day -somewhere- on the resort property)
Elsa's obviously going to be the party member. And all she's gonna do is just spam blizzard magic repeatedly.
Also summons are probably returning just so Olaf can be one and more pandering.
Like what? The only problem in that film is Elsa's lack of control of her powers, and that's fixed. That was the big conflict of the characters lives, now it's gone. They don't have any more reason to have adventures.
Compare this to the original Star Wars, which left the empire at large still out there. Or to characters like Indiana Jones or James Bond, who's careers define them as people who go on lots of unrelated adventures.
Yeah, I didn't really like how everything, all those years of fear and isolation and whatnot were just wiped away with "of course, love". It felt super rushed and way too easy imo.
I'd like to see something about Elsa adjusting to being out of her room and actually facing the realities of ruling, or how the other kingdoms or citizens react to a magical queen, or how Kristoff adjusts to living in a castle and being around people, and how Kristoff and Anna's relationship progresses and so on. I'd also like to see what actually happened to Hans, what his story is, how is his background to have made him like that, and so forth.
I don't know, I feel there's a lot of stuff in that storyverse to cover, whereas Tangled was somehow a lot neater with the ending.
Hell, the last time Disney did a dark ride with snow as a major theme, people fucked while riding on it constantly. To a point where people make jokes that a good chunk of SoCal Generation Xers were conceived on it.
Of course, that was before security cams in rides were a regular thing.
I just want Frozen announced to get it out of the way so the good worlds can start getting announced.
Though I expect Nu-Disney and Nu-Square Enix pandering up the ass with stuff the older audience who grew up playing KH getting shitted on. We could even get Zootopia announced soon.
Being rushed isn't the same as being unresolved. That conflict is resolved. That's made vary clear by the end of film. Wanting more detail on an already resolved conflict does not a sequel make. Just because you want more detail on something doesn't make it unresolved.
All those other things you listed, none of them are actually unresolved things, and none of them are actually enough to be a whole story. Just because you're curious about what happened after the story ended does't mean it's not an ending. A story does't need to explain everything that happened to all the characters until their death to qualify as resolved. Stories have to be interesting. An uneventful slice of life story about Kristof, Elsa and Anna living in a castle is not something you base a feature film on. Again, "something you're curious about" does not equal "an unresolved plotpoint." Frozen is a stand alone story that contains no sequel-bait.
I'm talking about actual good ideas here. Of course making a shit sequel would be easy. Any moron could see that. Making a good sequel, not so much. That's why there are so very, very few good sequels in the entire history of storytelling.
Jesus christ. Now I can't kill myself until then.
I hope you'll also stick around for the sequel, anon. It'll be coming after the TV special and will probably be even better.
And talk to someone about this if you're serious. A doctor or someone you trust.
And also Frozen still got a shit ton of porn even the movie is released 3 years ago.
Feels good man.
>The special's first 10 minutes are the unintelligible gibberish from Olaf/A random troll's family waiting for their patriarch to return home in time for NONSPECIFIC WINTER SOLSTICE-ISH HOLIDAY
>The Duke of Weaseltown's vengeance driven forces break into the house to destroy things and Wandering Oaken distracts them with a magic musicbox that plays Jefferson Starship
>Elsa only shows up for a few appearances where she's very, very drunk and slurs her way through Let it Go at the very end.
Would you watch it?
I would pay to watch it.
I can see myself dying in the theater while the movie is going on.
Where the hell do you think you are?
Elsa, anon. Porn is great but Elsa is better.
Is it really porn? I mean this is pure love we are talking about.
But Elsa and Anna are on another level of perfection. It almost seems like a sin to gaze upon their lovemaking.
Elsa & Anna having an lesbian sex is that another level of perfection, Scrap.
Its not sin, its Pure Love.
I can get behind this. So long as it stays pure.
Enjoy it man.
it was the best frozen r34 comic ever made.