• Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell) are back in the "Frozen Northern Lights".

Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell) are back in the "Frozen Northern Lights". (Photo : Getty Images/Alberto E. Rodriguez)

Disney's one of the most phenomenal animated movie, "Frozen," is confirmed to have its sequel. The producer of the film, Peter Del Vecho, may have said something to spoil "Frozen 2's" plot.

Sources revealed that the statement of Del Vecho that the sequel builds on the first movie says a lot about what fans can expect in "Frozen 2." Accordingly, the mystery as to the origin of Queen Elsa's magnificent powers and the question as to her true lineage, which clothed the first movie, is one of the most crucial part of "Frozen" that has to be backed up with story in the sequel.

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The prevailing speculation to date is that Elsa is not a real daughter of the late King and Queen of Arendelle, otherwise, she could not have possessed her power when both of her parents are ordinary human beings.

For that reason, the revelation on Elsa's identity will serve as a pivotal scene in "Frozen 2" because the result of which is a dispute as to the rightful heir to the throne. Undoubtedly, the revelation of Elsa's identity might be the missing piece that will complete the puzzle in "Frozen."

Aside from the lineage of Elsa, it is also speculated that the royal siblings will also have a powerful duet. Moreover, many also look forward to the Queen's romantic life and to the evolution of Olaf's character. Naturally, many expect that a new villain will also be introduced in the upcoming sequel.

As per the producer of the movie, they are working hard on the plot of "Frozen 2" in order to not disappoint the viewers. To date,  reports confirmed that Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell are expected to reprise their roles as lead characters respectively as well as Josh Gad as Olaf; however, there is no official list of characters that was released yet for the sequel.

"Frozen 2" is scheduled to be released on Nov. 27, 2019.