Disney Animation chief creative officer Jennifer Lee offers an exciting progress update about the development of the upcoming Frozen 3.

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  • Disney Animation is already in the process of producing Frozen 3, following the massive success of the first two films.
  • The chief creative officer, Jennifer Lee, is excited about the progress of the upcoming sequel, although she hasn’t had many opportunities to work on it personally yet.
  • Lee expressed her enthusiasm for the project, stating that she is blown away by the creative team’s work and is eager to contribute to the development of Frozen 3.



The Disney Animation chief creative officer has been blown away by the development of Frozen 3. With Princesses Elsa and Anna separated all throughout their childhood, thanks to Elsa’s unstable ice powers, 2010’s Frozen saw the sisters finally come together as a family. The movie was a massive success for Disney, totaling $1.285 billion on a $150 million budget and winning two Academy Awards. Since then, Disney Animation produced Frozen II, which was even more successful at $1.453 billion on the same budget. Multiple shorts and TV shows have also been developed.

With so much success, Disney Animation is already producing the next sequel. Disney Animation chief creative officer Jennifer Lee, who also wrote and co-directed the original Frozen, spoke to those present at a BFI London Film Festival about the development of the upcoming Frozen 3. Variety reports that she was thrilled by the progress, though she has not had many opportunities to personally work on it so far. Check out her quote below:

“Every morning last week they carved out space for me to work with the creative team on it, and I am blown away and I am so excited. I don’t know what I’m doing on it yet — I’m not doing nothing — except doing what I do now, which is we work on every project as a team and I’m in there with creative. But with ‘Frozen,’ just a little bit more.”


Source: Variety

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