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'Frozen 2' Release Date, Cast & Plot Rumors: Should Jennifer Lawrence be Anna? [POLL]

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It's been more than a year since "Frozen" was released, but fans seem to find it hard to move on from Disney's popular animated film, prompting rumors and speculations everywhere that a sequel for "Frozen" is in the works.

Despite Disney shutting down rumors about a "Frozen" follow-up, fans of Queen Elsa and Princess Anna can't help but think about who might portray the two female characters. In fact, one of the strongest whispers in the rumor mill points at Jennifer Lawrence.

According to a report from OK! Magazine cited by Franchise Herald, Lawrence caught the eye of Disney's executives when she sang a track titled "The Hanging Tree" in a scene on "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1." Insiders have reportedly told OK! that Lawrence's huge fanbase could contribute to the success of the alleged "Frozen 2" and attract more viewers if she'll provide the voice behind Anna. The news outlet, however, stated that the 24-year-old actress' camp is not interested with the idea.

Aside from Lawrence, another actress linked to a "Frozen" sequel is "Into the Woods" star Emily Blunt. When asked what she thinks about "Frozen 2," Blunt was quick to deny the claim, the news outlet noted.

"No, no! That [series] is for my friend Kristen Bell, who just crushed it, and I am so happy for her. So no. I don't know. There's just never going to be another Elsa and an Anna," Blunt explained, as quoted by Franchise Herald.

'Frozen 2' Confirmed by Idina Menzel?

Last December, the actress behind Elsa's voice, Idina Menzel, hinted at a possible sequel for the Disney blockbuster hit. In an interview with with The Telegraph, the 43-year-old Broadway star commented on the rumors referring to "Frozen 2," saying that "they're all in the works." But Menzel confirmed that she wouldn't portray the ice queen in the Broadway version.

"Not the stage show - I don't know what will happen with that - but the movie hopefully. We'll see. I'm just going along for the ride," the actress told the news outlet.

On the other hand, the six-minute short stage musical "Frozen Fever" is set to come out in theaters in spring 2015. The musical will include a new song from Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, the same duo behind "Let It Go." According to Disney, "Frozen Fever" will feature Anna's birthday celebration: "Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa's icy powers may put more than just the party at risk."

In addition, there's also the ice skating show "Frozen on Ice," which is currently touring on popular demand across the country, Vanity Fair reported.

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