Updated 07:18 PM EDT, Tue, May 11, 2021

'Frozen 2' Movie Release Date Set? 3 Biggest Plot Spoiler Theories to Expect [Rumors] - Social Issues

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The 2013 "Frozen" film showed kids that princesses don't need a princess to find their happy ever after, as promised by Elsa -- a powerful queen all on her own. The Christian Post noted that Disney really hasn't been into sequels, but with the fan pressure, Disney will have to do it and they're planning on doing it right.

With that in mind, it seems that Disney is trying to send more positive messages to children all around the globe, as Movie Pilot reported that the sequel will show a lighter side to the ice queen, as well as give good messages for its viewers.

According to Director Chris Buck, now that Elsa is free of her personal horrors -- ie the powers she never thought she could control -- which means that a more fun side to her can be seen in "Frozen 2".

He shared, "In the movie, Elsa went through a very dramatic character arc, and in "Frozen Fever", she got to lighten up. We saw a bit more of her personality. So then we started thinking about what we could do with all of these characters in another film."

Then, considering that the film is about sisters, there's actually very little of Elsa and Anna screen time in the first movie, but that's going to change because they will be together a lot in the sequel. Of course, Elsa has a lot of responsibilities, being a queen and all, but it seems that she will go on a journey with her sister, probably solve problems on the way, using their very unique skills to help save the day -- it's called sisterhood, after all.

Finally, there's going to be a moral to the story. Buck mentioned that the producers found that they have the responsibility to teach children about real-life problems. He shared, "We will tackle other issues that, I think, are out there today that boys and girls, men and women, are dealing with. I think we're very aware of what is happening in society. When the kids watch [Disney movies], they watch them over and over again and if we don't have a decent message in there, I think we've missed an opportunity."

Now, there's a whole slew of social issues that Disney could choose to tackle, but among the theories that already came up, as mentioned by Movie Pilot, are themes of alternate sexuality. Rumors of Elsa having a female love interest is already spreading like wildfire.

What social issues do you think "Frozen 2" will tackle?

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