“Frozen” sequel “Futures End” could be announced as early as this month, Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger has revealed in an interview with CNN.
The Disney/Pixar animated feature about a group of children who have all but vanished after their parents are murdered, will be released on Dec. 18, 2017.
The studio is also eyeing a sequel that will feature the children from “Funny or Die’s” animated series “Frost and Fire,” the interviewer told CNN’s Jim Acosta.
“Futured futures” is an animated short that features the Frozen cast, as well as other children from the series.
Acosta asked if it would be the same with “FUTures End,” and Iger replied that “there are a lot of stories, but not as many as there would be if it were a movie.”
Acosta pressed him further, asking if Disney was considering bringing back the children.
“‘Futural’ is a great title, but we’ll probably go back to ‘futures end,'” Iger said.
A sequel, or spinoff, was previously reported, but no word was given on whether it would have to take place in the “Frodo” universe.
In addition to “Foxtrot” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” Disney also has “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and other “Star Trek” spinoff films on the horizon.