'Frozen 2' plot rumors: Elsa and Anna may not be real sisters


“Frozen 2,” the sequel to one of Disney’s highest-earning animated films, is not slated to be released until 2018. According to a report in Christian Examiner, earlier rumors of a 2017 release have been debunked as Disney is reportedly working on a “Frozen” Broadway musical in 2017.

Not much has been revealed about the sequel’s plot, which is expected of Disney. When the movie was announced in 2015, Disney only said that Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck “have come up with a great idea for a sequel” which will take fans back to Arendelle, according to a Variety report. In an interview with MTV News, Buck also revealed that in the sequel, they want to focus on what they “could do with all of these characters in another film.” He also added, “We had a nice happy ending at the end of the first one, but what’s next?”

With Disney keeping mum about the movie’s plots, numerous rumors and theories have popped up and are circulating the Internet. Among them is the rumor about Elsa and Anna not being blood sisters. According to a report in The Film Theorists, Elsa is reportedly the twin sister of Rapunzel from “Tangled.” The video report first claims that both Elsa and Rapunzel share the same color of eyes and blond hair, then it continues to say that the timeline between the stories of “Tangled” and “Frozen” are closely linked.

The video theorized that Elsa’s parents were on their way to Rapunzel’s wedding when their ship sank. Rapunzel was 18 during her wedding and three years later, Elsa was crowned Queen when she became 21, making their ages the same.

Anna, on the other hand, is said to be the real child of the King and Queen of Arendelle and that is why she did not possess any magical powers like Elsa. Rapunzel, however, as Elsa’s twin, had her own magical powers. According to a BreatheCast report, the twins were separated when Rapunzel was abducted because of her magical hair while Elsa was exiled to Arendelle to protect her from the one who kidnapped Rapunzel.