After the smash hit success of the enchanting story of two Disney sisters in "Frozen," it\'s no surprise to find fans belting out for a sequel. With the script for "Frozen 2" reportedly close to a finish, it looks like production is set to start soon.
(Disney Frozen\'s Official Website)Elsa in a scene from Frozen.
And while waiting for filming production to begin, it looks like the rumor mill is spilling with hints that a new character with a major role might make its way to the sequel.
According to reports, rumors have been spreading around that Emily Blunt, the actress who had taken on the crown role of the Ice Queen in "The Huntsman: Winter\'s War," may actually make her way into the sequel of "Frozen."
With Blunt as Ice Queen and Queen Elsa as the Snow Queen, fans have been left speculating whether the two could meet in "Frozen 2" as sisters. Apparently, some fans even mistook Blunt for Elsa when "The Huntsman: Winter\'s War" was released. One comment from a fan stood out from the rest.
Blunt, according to Entertainment Weekly went on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to do an interview about her role in "The Huntsman: Winter\'s War." There, she recounted how she had been constantly mistaken as Elsa and how one little boy\'s comment had left her startled.
so he really thought I was Elsa," the actress revealed. "And then he got really disappointed because he saw me in my sweatpants one day with the white hair on, and he just looks at me and goes, \'Put on your dress.\' Like, he was really bummed about it. \'Put it on now.\'"
Still, though fans would love to have Blunt join the "Frozen 2" production, no official confirmation has been made yet.
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