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  • What type of role will she play in the next movie? Previous Movie she was discovering how to control her powers and well you wouldn't be here if you haven't watched the movie. What type of plot do you think is planned for the next movie.

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    • I don't know, I'll have to do some speculating, but good question :)

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    • I saw a funny image which sums up what they shouldn't do.

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    • Humphry02 wrote:
      I saw a funny image which sums up what they shouldn't do.

      Of course, so maybe you can have her instead xD

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    • Shut up Jjuser :P I can never have her... The only way that she is having anyone is if I approve :D Jack Frost has no chance. I will fight him first.

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    • :P Jokes aside, what would you think of Elsa getting a love interest? Maybe you could elaborate. As long as this thread is up and Frozen 2 is far from arriving, we might as well speculate/discuss.

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    • @Humphry: I knew it. Your emotions are an open door.

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    • This is me putting my emotions aside and viewing the situation objectively from here. Elsa still should not have a love interest. That was one of the one reasons why the first film was so great. Girl power, basically, and family love. It's such a beautiful yet almost simple concept. The second film should still focus on Elsa and Anna, much like Frozen Fever did. Yet it should still also allow some time for Kristoff and Anna, like in Frozen Fever. Maybe the plot should focus on Elsa and discovering more about her powers. But I will say something that I have said before: the film should not just be some nostalgic reprise only for the fans to recall the first film. There should be a plot with just as much emotion and metaphor as the first, as many messages and things to take away. Whether that can be done with the same characters, I am not so sure. We shall see. Again, so long as it's left down to Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, I have confidence that this film can be as good as the last. Frozen Fever had me laughing and almost crying just as much as the first film, so not only is it Buck and Lee, but the short should also be a glimmer of hope. And I would love to see another Art of Frozen book with just as much emotion poured into it as the first. The passion and love that the first book conveyed was one of the first things to make me realise how special this film truly is.

      Heimr, everyone knew, get over yourself.

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    • So basically, you're saying you want more Elsanna? Me too ;)

      Considering I spent the least amount of time here, I have every reason to pride my inference. So I refuse to climb off of Sitron :P

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    • No, I did not say that. Not what you're thinking anyway.

      I recollect that I basically told you about it when you first arrived, even if I didn't truly know myself.

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    • Hehe, I wasn't sure how much more that could have focused focus on Hans :P

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    • Whoops, I must have missed your burning passion in the midst our equally fiery discussions XD

      edit: Easy...make Hans the subject of the sentence. It's Grammar 101.

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    • Probably. What do I make of your thing for Hans then? You want to see him in the sequel?

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    • I also hope that the second film focuses on their sisterly relationship as well. As for Elsa having a love interest...I don't know. I'm not completely against the idea, but it just seems unlikely. What I really want is for the sequel to have...oh, I'll just say so in my blog :P

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    • My admiration of Hans is for his intelligence...I wouldn't say it borders on romantic :P

      And yes...Hans must appear in the sequel. Better yet, Hans should get a whole film for his backstory. That will teach those "critics" who say he was underdeveloped.

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    • I'm not one for too much speculation. The first film had these elements, that's what made it great. A sequel should retain these and not contradict them. One was independence, and of a young female character (make that two really) and that should ring true in the sequel.

      Heimr: Well, you say that, but your user page is saying something else ;-)

      He wasn't underdeveloped, however, he shouldn't be in a sequel. You got all you needed from the short xD He's getting a book you know, in July?

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    • Well since we're on the topic ... I don't know about you guys, but recently, I've become an ardent shipper of Elsa and Humphry :). Needs a good name though ... Elphry? Humsa?

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    • Haha, taking it to a whole new level there, Dragonboy :P But seeing as you brought it up I would have to go with the former.

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    • Heimr: Well, you say that, but your user page is saying something else ;-)

      You're right, my user page is saying that I am Hans.

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    • I don't think that you are.

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    • Humphry02 wrote:
      I don't think that you are.

      OF COURSE NOT:THIS IS A FICTION MOVIE:SO HANS IS A CHACACTER BUT IT IS PROBALY NOT A REAL PERSON WELL I MEAN THE CHACTER NOT THE ACTOR

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    • Smile:)1234 wrote:
      Humphry02 wrote:
      I don't think that you are.
      OF COURSE NOT:THIS IS A FICTION MOVIE:SO HANS IS A CHACACTER BUT IT IS PROBALY NOT A REAL PERSON WELL I MEAN THE CHACTER NOT THE ACTOR

      sorry i meant it in lower case xD

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    • Humphry02 wrote:
      This is me putting my emotions aside and viewing the situation objectively from here. Elsa still should not have a love interest. That was one of the one reasons why the first film was so great. Girl power, basically, and family love. It's such a beautiful yet almost simple concept. The second film should still focus on Elsa and Anna, much like Frozen ever did. Yet it should still also allow some time for Kristoff and Anna, like in Frozen Fever. Maybe the plot should focus on Elsa and discovering more about her powers. But I will say something that I have said before: the film should not just be some nostalgic reprise only for the fans to recall the first film. There should be a plot with just as much emotion and metaphor as th e first, as many messages and things to take away. Whether that can be done with the same characters, I am not so sure. We shall see. Again, so long as it's left down to Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, I have confidence that this film can be as good as the last. Frozen Fever had me laughing and almost crying just as much as the first film, so not only is it Buck and Lee, but the short should also be a glimmer of hope. And I would love to see another Art of Frozen book with just as much emotion poured into it as the first. The passion and love that the first book conveyed was one of the first things to make me realise how special this film truly is.

      Heimr, everyone knew, get over yourself.

      I completely agree.  What make Frozen so good is that it subversives expectancies. Elsa cares more for Anna and the Kingdom then she does for her self.

      I don’t think Hans will ever step foot in Arendelle again, he is a 'Persona non grata’( person not appreciated). The best that can happen is that his ship is turned around, at worst he will be arrested for teason. 

      I doubt they will deal much with Hans because the novel http://frozen.wikia.com/wiki/A_Frozen_Heart already deals with Hans backstory and his motivations. His home life is actually worst than what he told Anna. 

      Frozen at it’s core is the story of two sisters 

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