Kristen Bell gives Exciting Frozen 2 Update

Kristen Bell has finished recording her part of ‘Frozen 2’.

The 37-year-old actress – who voices the part of Anna in the animated movie and its upcoming sequel – has revealed the movie is progressing well.

Speaking on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she said: “You know I can’t say a lot because Disney have people everywhere but I have recorded the movie. There will be edits before it’s finished. I know the songs, I know the story, it’s very good. I can’t say much more than that.”

It feels like we’ve been hearing about Frozen 2 for absolute ages, which means it feels like the movie should be released sometime soon, right? Well, if you can believe it.

“I have recorded the movie,” she revealed to DeGeneres. “There will be edits before it’s finished, but I know the songs. I know the story. It’s very good,” she said.

First off, we can safely guess that if Bell has already recorded her dialogue, things like edits and any potential reshoots will be happening in the coming months or over the summer.

Back in September, Josh Gad – who voices the magical snowman Olaf – revealed that voice recordings have begun on ‘Frozen 2’.

Taking to Instagram, the actor shared a picture of some of the cast and wrote: “Nothing is more exciting than getting back in the booth with this incredible team. Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, Peter Del Vecho, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Bobby Lopez along with John Lasseter and the amazing people at @disneyanimation have created a story that carries on the incredible legacy of the original Frozen and continues to build and expand on the characters and themes in new and exciting ways. Unfortunately, that’s all I can I tell you right now. But, rest assured Frozen 2 is on the way and damn is it going to be special.

Whilst Kristen is excited for a ‘Frozen’ sequel, her two children – Lincoln, five, and Delta, three, with her husband Dax Shepard – may not be so keen as the blonde beauty previously revealed they are not big fans of the animated movie.

She shared: “They live to break down my self-esteem. It’s that, and they don’t watch much TV. I mean they’re one and three. They’re new to it all.

“But Dax had said, ‘Should we put on a movie? Should we blow her mind and put on ‘Frozen’?’ And we did, and about 15 minutes in she said, ‘Mummy, I think you should turn this off.’ She didn’t like it.

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