‘Frozen 2’ Movie: Kristen Bell Talks Anna’s Super Powers!

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“Frozen 2” is one of the highly anticipated films from Disney. Most of what’s been written so far about “Frozen 2” has yet to be confirmed. However, could earlier speculation about Anna’s super powers in the sequel be true?

Actress Kristen Bell mentioned Anna’s super powers to ComingSoon.Net.

“I feel particularly lucky that it’s going to have an extra life, because when I can be Princess Anna to little kids, it feels really good. I can call friends or nieces or nephews or auction winners as Princess Anna and it’s really special. It feels like a super power,” Bell remarked when asked about “Frozen 2” and the original “Frozen” holiday special.

She didn’t really reveal Anna’s powers. She noted that playing the role made her feel like she has super powers.

Earlier news hinted that Princess Anna would turn evil in “Frozen 2”. Hence, the theory her superpowers could be related to fire.

Digital Spy offered a look into the sequel’s possible plot and release date.

The website expects the sequel to premiere in 2017. It noted that the first film debuted two years after the official announcement.

Kristen Bell revealed earlier that the script for “Frozen 2” was almost complete. She also noted recording would soon take place.

The website also cited an interview that “Frozen” co-director Chris Buck had with Fandango last year.

Fandango spoke with Buck at the Blu-ray release of “Frozen Fever”. The short film is part of the Walt Disney Animation Studios Shorts Collection.

“Jen (Lee) and I are getting back in the room and we’ve got some cool ideas coming up,” Buck said.

He went to explain further about the kind of ideas they had in store for the sequel. However, he declined to divulge the details.

“These characters are part of us — both for Jen and me. Anna, Kristoff, Elsa, Olaf — they’re all parts of our personality, so it’s fun to play with these characters again and sort of see where we can go next with them. Just like any characters that you love, to see them grow and to see what happens next,” Buck added.

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