This is a photo of Kristen Bell attending a movie premiere. (Photo : Reuters)
Can't get enough of the movie "Frozen?" Don't worry, you are not alone!
Aside from the thousands of kids and kids-at-heart who are really crazy about it, actress Kristen Bell, who was the voice of the animated film's lead Anna, still lights up like a bright star at night when talking about the movie even after a year it was released.
Looking back on her entire "Frozen" journey, Kristen Bell, in her exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight Online, revealed that the experience was "a dream come true."
She told Entertainment Tonight Online that she wanted to become a Disney princess ever since she was five years old.
"That was the thing I wanted to do at 5 years old more than anything-- 'I want to be a Disney princess!'" Bell was quoted as saying in Entertainment Tonight Online's report.
She also said that having realized that her dream finally happened, she find it really "difficult to digest" until now. She said she is "very lucky" for being chosen, as reported by the Entertainment Tonight Online.
The actress also revealed what the movie's real concept was. She said that it was between "choosing fear" or "choosing love." Entertainment Tonight Online said that Bell "strongly believes in the movie's message." She was also quoted in the report saying that the lessons from the film are just some of the things she can teach her children.
So what's next after "Frozen?"
Hallels said that a sequel to the movie is about to be released in 2015. The film is titled "Walt Disney's Frozen 2" or "Frozen Fever."
The animated musical film "Frozen," Hallels said is based on the fairy tale "The Snow Queen" which was written by Hans Christian Andersen. According to imdb and Rotten Tomatoes, "Frozen" was directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee.
"Frozen," the Huffington Post said, received the "Best Animated Feature Film" at the 86th annual Academy Awards. The film's song "Let It Go" also won as the "Best Original Song." "Let It Go" was sung by Idina Menzel in the film. The song was written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Huffington Post added.
According to Hallels, the sequel will retain actors and actresses Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad who played the roles Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf, respectively.
Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck will also be back as directors while Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez are set to write a new song for the movie. Peter Del Vecho and John Lasseter will still be the producers.
Lasseter was quoted in the report published by Hallels saying, "We are bringing back the characters from Frozen. We are doing a short. It will have a new song. Basically, the whole crew is returning. It is absolutely hilarious."
According to a report published by Variety, the sequel will have a plot that goes like this, "In the short, it's Anna's birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa's icy powers may put more than just the party at risk. Olaf, the snowman, also will make an appearance in the toon."
Asked if she is now ready for the sequel, Bell said, "Forever!... I would do it forever because I love it," the actress was quoted by Entertainment Tonight Online as saying.
Hallels said that "Frozen" yielded earnings of more than $1.2 billion worldwide.