2.Also, creators Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck realized Frozen ended with all of the characters essentially being "at the beginning" of their relationships.
3.Frozen 2 is actually the first sequel for a Disney princess movie to get a theatrical release.
4.In "Lost in the Woods," Jonathan Groff also provides the voice for all of the reindeer backup singers — there are close to "18 different vocal tracks."
5.Anna's storyline involving losing Elsa and Olaf and how you move on was based on Kristen Bell's real-life experience of being a "very codependent" person, and the good and the bad that comes with it.
6.The song "The Next Right Thing" was based on a mantra that Kristen uses in her every day life.
13.Sterling K. Brown auditioned with "Wheels of a Dream" from Ragtime — it was also the first time he had to sing for a gig.
14.The film's directors and producers all went on a research trip to Norway, Finland, and Iceland to get inspiration for the movie.
15.Jennifer said when they stood on a glacier for the first time, everyone realized that Elsa would be connected to this "thousand feet deep, thousand year old" ice — "that opened up the story to be something even bigger for us."
16.Disney signed an agreement with the Sámi leaders — the Indigenous people of the Scandinavian regions who inspired aspects of the movie — ensuring that their culture would be portrayed respectfully in Frozen 2.
17.The animation and effects for Elsa's horse, Nokk, took nearly six months to develop, with nearly half a dozen animators working extensively on it.
18.The animators used VR to help come up with the path Gale, the wind spirit, would take during Frozen 2.
19.For Frozen 2, Arendelle village was completely redesigned "from the ground up" — only certain sections were shown in the first movie, and Frozen 2 shows more.