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* AgnarrF and Iduna are alive; the sisters are especially overjoyed!

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* AgnarrF Agnarr and Iduna are alive; the sisters are especially overjoyed!


From the Icelandic compass-based "snowflake" featured in the ''Frozen II'' poster, ''and'' the beach at the start of the trailers, Icelandic people have recognised the beach as the Reynisfjara region in the south of Iceland. Perhaps Iceland is one of the places that the characters discover. Perhaps the parents (Agdar and Iduna) have been living there since their ship sank.

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From the Icelandic compass-based "snowflake" featured in the ''Frozen II'' poster, ''and'' the beach at the start of the trailers, Icelandic people have recognised the beach as the Reynisfjara region in the south of Iceland. Perhaps Iceland is one of the places that the characters discover. Perhaps the parents (Agdar (Agnarr and Iduna) have been living there since their ship sank.



* It has recently been said by people who claim to have been at test screenings that [[spoiler: the two new characters are in fact Iduna and Agdar in their youth, probably when Agdar tells the story of him in the elemental forest.]]

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* It has recently been said by people who claim to have been at test screenings that [[spoiler: the two new characters are in fact Iduna and Agdar Agnarr in their youth, probably when Agdar Agnarr tells the story of him in the elemental forest.]]



** New images also show Elsa wearing a lavender coloured dress. She also wears a necklace [[spoiler: that looks similar to a necklace that the "new" female character (very probably her mother, Iduna) wears in a piece of concept art as she and a boy (very probably Prince Agdar) are shown running away from a forest fire.]]

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** New images also show Elsa wearing a lavender coloured dress. She also wears a necklace [[spoiler: that looks similar to a necklace that the "new" female character (very probably her mother, Iduna) wears in a piece of concept art as she and a boy (very probably Prince Agdar) Agnarr) are shown running away from a forest fire.]]



* Maybe a kind sorcerer came to bless couples to have children with a special power. Elsa's story may have been that her parents Agdar and Iduna went to the sorcerer, and spoke about the icy weather of 1816 (which was a ''real'' occurrence, known as 'the year without summer'). They found an unusual beauty in the cold weather, so their first child (Elsa) would have been born in 1817 with icy magic. Their next child (Anna) would have much less noticeable powers, and be born in 1821.

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* Maybe a kind sorcerer came to bless couples to have children with a special power. Elsa's story may have been that her parents Agdar Agnarr and Iduna went to the sorcerer, and spoke about the icy weather of 1816 (which was a ''real'' occurrence, known as 'the year without summer'). They found an unusual beauty in the cold weather, so their first child (Elsa) would have been born in 1817 with icy magic. Their next child (Anna) would have much less noticeable powers, and be born in 1821.



* The sisters Elsa and Anna could have had longer first names: Elisheva and Anneliese, perhaps. The names seemed a bit too strange to the people of Arendelle, so Agdar and Iduna had to find shorter alternatives: Elsa and Anna.

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* The sisters Elsa and Anna could have had longer first names: Elisheva and Anneliese, perhaps. The names seemed a bit too strange to the people of Arendelle, so Agdar Agnarr and Iduna had to find shorter alternatives: Elsa and Anna.



* There will be at least 6 new songs; some sources say 7 or 8 songs.



* A song with the working title 'Into the Unknown'.
** It might be shown at the 2019 D23 Expo Frozen II presentation.

* Iduna sings a song to Elsa and Anna.

* A song called 'Some Things Never Change'.

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* A There will be at least 7 new songs; some sources say 8 songs.

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song with the working title 'Into the Unknown'.
** It might be shown at the 2019 D23 Expo Frozen II presentation.

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* Iduna Some Things Never Change (main characters)
* All Is Found (Iduna
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* A song called 'Some Things Never Change'.
Into the Unknown (by Elsa)
* The Next Right Thing (by Anna)
* Show Yourself (by Elsa)



* Agdar and Iduna have been found alive; the sisters are especially overjoyed!

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* Agdar AgnarrF and Iduna have been found are alive; the sisters are especially overjoyed!


''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured: [[spoiler: these include the songs 'Into the Unknown' by Elsa, Some Things Never Change' by the cast and 'All Is Found' by Iduna.]]. Although the plot has not been fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.

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''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured: [[spoiler: these include the songs 'Into the Unknown' by Elsa, Some Things Never Change' by the cast and 'All Is Found' by Iduna.]].featured. Although the plot has not been fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.


** Perhaps it will be someone she just met because it would be a good call back to how she says you can't love someone you just met.
** While possible, it might be inverted. It might possibly be a StalkerWithACrush. Perhaps the villain/villainess might be hoping to attract Elsa who rejects her/him in return.
** Or it could be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong (or stronger) than romantic love...


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** * Perhaps it will be someone she just met because it would be a good call back to how she says you can't love someone you just met.
** * While possible, it might be inverted. It might possibly be a StalkerWithACrush. Perhaps the villain/villainess might be hoping to attract Elsa who rejects her/him in return.
** * Or it could be from Anna if she really does have repressed fire powers. Remember the first film shows that family love is as strong (or stronger) than romantic love...

love...
** Probably {{Jossed}}. [[https://www.ign.com/articles/2019/08/25/why-frozen-2-wont-give-elsa-a-love-interest One of the songwriters revealed to journalists]] that [[spoiler:Elsa isn't going to have a love interest in the sequel]]. While that's technically compatible with this theory, it's likely that if this was going to be a major theme then anything connected with it would probably be kept tightly under wraps due to being a major spoiler.



''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured: [[spoiler: 'Into the Unknown', Some Things Never Change' and a song by Iduna (the mother of Elsa and Anna).]]. Although the plot has not been fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.

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''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured: [[spoiler: these include the songs 'Into the Unknown', Unknown' by Elsa, Some Things Never Change' by the cast and a song 'All Is Found' by Iduna (the mother of Elsa and Anna).Iduna.]]. Although the plot has not been fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.

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* Maybe a comedian will join the casting too. Their dialogue would be made suitable for younger audiences, of course.


''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured. Some new characters will be introduced, and an extra screenwriter is involved in the project. Although the plot details have not been disclosed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.

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''Disney/FrozenII'', the full-length sequel of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', is currently underway. It will premiere on 20th November 2019 in France (22nd Nov.'19 for the UK and US). Many of the original cast from the 2013 film will return, and new songs will be featured. featured: [[spoiler: 'Into the Unknown', Some new characters will be introduced, Things Never Change' and an extra screenwriter is involved in the project. a song by Iduna (the mother of Elsa and Anna).]]. Although the plot details have has not been disclosed, fully revealed, the first trailer for Frozen II was released on Wednesday 13th February 2019; the second was released on Tuesday 11th June 2019.
The D23 Expo 2019 Frozen II presentation confirmed a few details regarding the film, too.



* Iduna will probably be voiced by Evan Rachel Wood, as listed on the IMDB website.

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* Iduna will probably be voiced by Evan Rachel Wood, as listed on the IMDB website.website ''and'' confirmed at D23 Expo 2019.


* There has been news that " Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown are in talks to lend their voices to Disney’s “Frozen 2,” the sequel to the 2013 smash hit. Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, and Josh Gad are returning to reprise their roles as Elsa, Anna, and Olaf, respectively.
* Maybe a comedian will join the casting too. Their dialogue shall be made suitable for younger audiences, of course.

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* There has been news that " Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown are in talks to lend their voices to two characters in Disney’s “Frozen 2,” the sequel to the 2013 smash hit. Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, and Josh Gad are returning to reprise their roles as Elsa, Anna, and Olaf, respectively.
* Maybe a comedian will join the casting too. Their dialogue shall be made suitable for younger audiences, of course.
[[spoiler: At D23 Expo 2019, it has just been confirmed that Evan voices Iduna and Sterling voices Matthias!]]








* Iduna sings a song to Elsa and Anna.

* A song called 'Some Things Never Change'.




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**There will be another heartwarming moment of a mother singing to her daughters.



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[[WMG: This will be the last Frozen movie due to not wanting to risk any future movies seeming like a cash grab rather than DoingItForTheArt... but there may be shorts and/or a TV series instead.]]
The Lion King has had two TV series (Timon & Pumbaa and The Lion Guard), and Tangled had a short and a TV series. Given Frozen's popularity, something like that isn't an impossibility. Perhaps a series could also be 2D-animated, like Tangled the Series is, and be in a similar style to the Frozen storybooks that are often seen in merch.



** It's highly unlikely though, as a love interest at all is unnecessary. Most importantly, Elsa strives to maintain closeness with her sister, Olaf, and her parents (who are probably waiting for her somewhere beyond Arendelle).

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** It's highly unlikely though, as a love interest at all is unnecessary. Most importantly, Elsa strives to maintain closeness with her sister, Olaf, and her parents (who are probably waiting for her somewhere beyond Arendelle).


The new girl is perhaps someone with powers. Perhaps someone that our heroes want to help. Or perhaps someone who will help the heroes. Or even both...

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The new girl is perhaps someone with powers. Possibly an entirely new character. Perhaps someone that our heroes want to help. Or perhaps someone who will help the heroes. Or even both...



* A song called 'Into the Unknown'.
%%It might be shown at the 2019 D23 Expo Frozen II presentation.

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* A song called with the working title 'Into the Unknown'.
%%It ** It might be shown at the 2019 D23 Expo Frozen II presentation.



** Something that may supports the characters playing musical instruments comes from viewers of the Annecy Film Festival who noticed violins hanging on the wall of a room.

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** Something that may supports support the theory of the characters playing musical instruments comes from viewers of the Annecy Film Festival who noticed violins hanging on the wall of a room.


* Elsa's love interest? Nope, she seems too young. Plus Elsa does not need a love interest.

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* Elsa's love interest? Nope, she She seems too young. Plus Elsa does not need young in the trailer, but maybe this is a love interest.flashback and we're in for a ChildhoodFriendRomance?


Guesses have swarmed. Queen Iduna in a flashback? Iduna had light skin, blue eyes, and brown hair. This girl has brown hair, but appears to be AmbiguouslyBrown with darker eyes. Elsa's love interest? She seems too young. The new girl is probably an entirely new character. Perhaps someone with powers. Perhaps someone that our heroes want to help. Or perhaps someone who will help the heroes.

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Guesses have swarmed. Queen Iduna in a flashback? Iduna had light skin, blue eyes, and brown hair. This girl has brown hair, but appears to be AmbiguouslyBrown with darker eyes. It ''could'' be some sort of RaceLift that changed her eye colour.

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Elsa's love interest? She Nope, she seems too young. Plus Elsa does not need a love interest.
** People suggest that she is around 12-14 years old, based on how young people develop now. In 1800s Norway, females reached that level of development at around 17-19 years old, which is most likely the girl's age.

The new girl is probably an entirely new character. Perhaps perhaps someone with powers. Perhaps someone that our heroes want to help. Or perhaps someone who will help the heroes.
heroes. Or even both...



* A song called 'Into the Unknown'.
%%It might be shown at the 2019 D23 Expo Frozen II presentation.



* To add to the cultural aspects of the film, there could be a Dano-Norwegian song featured in this sequel, similarly to how ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' featured a lovely song in Scottish Gaelic. It would be great if there was a song like this, featuring anyone who can effectively sing the song for the sequel of Frozen.

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* To add to the cultural aspects of the film, there could be a Dano-Norwegian or Sami song featured in this sequel, similarly to how ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' featured a lovely song in Scottish Gaelic. It would be great if there was a song like this, featuring anyone who can effectively sing the song for the sequel of Frozen.



* Let's give the sisters a big duet! It should appear either near the beginning or near the end of the film. Maybe they will play musical instruments; an example could be Elsa playing the violin and Anna playing the piano. Perhaps this will be the song that is 'an evolution' as quoted by one of the directors.

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* Let's give the sisters a big duet! It should appear either near the beginning or near the end of the film. Maybe they will play musical instruments; an example could be Elsa playing the violin violin, Kristoff playing his lute and Anna (or even Hans) playing the piano. Perhaps this will be the song that is 'an evolution' as quoted by one of the directors.
** Something that may supports the characters playing musical instruments comes from viewers of the Annecy Film Festival who noticed violins hanging on the wall of a room.


''Frozen II'' is going to be based around '''How did Elsa get her magic powers?'''

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''Frozen II'' is going to be based around the question: '''How did Elsa get her magic powers?'''



* As proof, Elsa's hair will [[HairColorSpoiler change from platinum blonde to her mother's brunette]]. Initially, this seems like a blessing. She can finally express her feelings without indoor blizzards! However, the power has dominated her entire life, for better or worse. If she's not the Snow Queen, who is she? She has the urge to find a new identity- this time it will be for the better. If there is also danger coming from political enemies, like the Duke of Weselton or Hans' family, they see this development as a chance to take advantage because there is no threat of being turned into an ice statue when they step out of line. Of course, Elsa manages to rediscover the strength and ingenuity with her friends to save the day and has the magic returned to her. This comes with AnAesop that Elsa is much more than "Snow" and "Queen."

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* As proof, Elsa's hair will [[HairColorSpoiler change from platinum blonde to her mother's brunette]]. Her eye colour may also turn brown, since the character who is probably young Iduna from the first trailer has brown eyes.Initially, this seems like a blessing. She can finally express her feelings without indoor blizzards! However, the power has dominated her entire life, for better or worse. If she's not the Snow Queen, who is she? She has the urge to find a new identity- this time it will be for the better. If there is also danger coming from political enemies, like the Duke of Weselton or Hans' family, they see this development as a chance to take advantage because there is no threat of being turned into an ice statue when they step out of line. Of course, Elsa manages to rediscover the strength and ingenuity with her friends to save the day and has the magic returned to her. This comes with AnAesop that Elsa is much more than "Snow" and "Queen."



On their journey to the north, the characters pass through the surroundings of the North Mountain, on which Elsa's ice palace was built.




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**It's highly unlikely though, as a love interest at all is unnecessary. Most importantly, Elsa strives to maintain closeness with her sister, Olaf, and her parents (who are probably waiting for her somewhere beyond Arendelle).



** In the storm scene of 'Do You Want To Build A Snowman?' from Frozen, there seems to be two human figures swimming (the ship had already been engulfed by then. Maybe they escaped.
* The horse encountered by Elsa in Frozen II, the Nokk, may have helped Iduna and Agdar to survive the stormy seas. Perhaps they wanted to go to that autumnal forest due to its associations with elemental powers like Elsa's.

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** In the storm scene of 'Do You Want To Build A Snowman?' from Frozen, there seems to be one or two human figures swimming (the ship had already been engulfed by then. Maybe they escaped.escaped in good time.
* The horse encountered by Elsa in Frozen II, the Nokk, may have helped Iduna and Agdar to survive the stormy seas. There is a bit of a glowing trail in front of the swimming figure/s.
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Perhaps they wanted to go to that autumnal forest due to its associations with elemental powers like Elsa's.



In the teaser, sure, she grabs Kristoff's sword and swings it at someone behind them, but she looks like she wasn't aiming correctly and her swing was inaccurate. However, she probably has ''some'' experience with a sword if she was ready to use it.

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In the teaser, sure, she grabs Kristoff's sword and swings it at someone behind them, but she looks like she wasn't aiming correctly and her swing was inaccurate. However, she probably has ''some'' experience with a sword if she was ready to use it.
it. Kristoff probably does not support Anna with her sword fighting interests.



What if Elsa’s powers only showed themselves at a certain age and Anna, as a second born, wasn’t ready to show similar abilities? The parents could observe this on Elsa for almost five years and had to deal with it somehow. Did they know more about it? We know in the Broadway musical that Iduna had connections to the trolls / fair folk. Was Agdar frightened when his wife Iduna passed on her talents to Elsa, did he even know that? Who in Iduna’s ancestral history carried this “magic gene” and where does Iduna actually come from? What if Iduna had similar powers (which ones?) and that’s why Agdar kept Arendelle isolated. Elsa did have that line in "Let It Go" about “A kingdom of isolation”. Did Kai and Gerda know about it and do these two perhaps come from the same country as Iduna? They are the oldest servants in Arendelle and may have been for Iduna long before that. The new Dark Horse comic “Reunion Road” suggests that at least Kai has a brother in Snoob. It could be, that the new characters in ''Frozen II'' have a relationship to Kai. Kai reacts quite shocked in the new comic when the sisters approached him with questions about Snoob, and hardly wants to reveal details.

What if one day, even before Anna was born, Iduna visited the trolls to have her hereditary traits removed so that Anna would not share the same fate as Elsa? Would it even be possible for a troll like Grand Pabbie to remove a “magic gene” afterwards or can he only suppress it? Grand Pabbie asked Agdar “Your majesty. Born with the powers, or cursed?”. Does this would make a difference? Maybe. Maybe not. But you can't deny that Anna shows unusually strong courage and determination, and very quick reflexes. She prevented Elsa’s fall from the clock tower in ''Frozen Fever'' in a flash. In the ''Frozen II'' teaser, we see her jump over a cliff and react lightning fast as she draws Kristoff’s sword. So far we only know this reaction speed from Elsa (when the Duke's men were shooting at her in the ice palace). So will Anna possibly regain her powers in ''Frozen II'' - if she has any - and be able to fully unfold them in the end? Does this scene with Elsa, Olaf and the “heart-shaped” force field have something to do with Anna when her forces erupt accidentally?

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What if Elsa’s powers only showed themselves at a certain age and Anna, as a second born, wasn’t ready to show similar abilities? The parents could observe this on Elsa for almost five years and had to deal with it somehow. Did they know more about it? We know in the Broadway musical that Iduna had connections to the trolls / fair folk. Was Agdar frightened when his wife Iduna passed on her talents to Elsa, did he even know that? Who in Iduna’s ancestral history carried this “magic gene” and where does Iduna actually come from? What if Iduna had similar powers (which ones?) and that’s why Agdar kept Arendelle isolated. Elsa did have that line in "Let It Go" about “A kingdom of isolation”. Did Kai and Gerda know about it and do these two perhaps come from the same country place as Iduna? Is that place called Northuldra? They are the oldest servants in Arendelle and may have been for Iduna long before that. The new Dark Horse comic “Reunion Road” suggests that at least Kai has a brother in Snoob. It could be, that the new characters in ''Frozen II'' have a relationship to Kai. Kai reacts quite shocked in the new comic when the sisters approached him with questions about Snoob, and hardly wants to reveal details.

What if one day, even before Anna was born, Iduna visited the trolls to have her hereditary traits removed so that Anna would not share the same fate as Elsa? Would it even be possible for a troll like Grand Pabbie to remove a “magic gene” afterwards or can he only suppress it? Before DNA was even discovered? Grand Pabbie asked Agdar “Your majesty. Born with the powers, or cursed?”. Does this would make a difference? Maybe. Maybe not. But you can't deny that Anna shows unusually strong courage and determination, and very quick reflexes. She prevented Elsa’s fall from the clock tower in ''Frozen Fever'' in a flash. In the ''Frozen II'' teaser, we see her jump over a cliff and react lightning fast as she draws Kristoff’s sword. So far we only know this reaction speed from Elsa (when the Duke's men were shooting at her in the ice palace). So will Anna possibly regain her powers in ''Frozen II'' - if she has any - and be able to fully unfold them in the end? Does this scene with Elsa, Olaf and the “heart-shaped” force field have something to do with Anna when her forces erupt accidentally?


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[[WMG: Kristoff is unsure of Anna's swordsmanship skills, and tries to divert her into something safer.]]

Just as Jonathan Groff, the voice actor of Kristoff, reveals one of his lines “What are you going to do with that?”, he is possibly referring to Anna with the sword.


* Also, Sven had pointier antlers in the rest of the Frozen franchise, yet in the trailer Frozen II, he appears to have grown back more round-ended antlers. Perhaps it is another reindeer!

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* Also, Sven had pointier antlers in the rest of the Frozen franchise, yet in the trailer Frozen II, ''Frozen II'', he appears to have grown back more round-ended antlers. Perhaps it is another reindeer!
** More likely it's just a different season, so Sven's antlers are still in velvet from being re-grown. Antlers do that.

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