Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday (Nov. 7) to speak all issues Frozen 2.
During the sit-down, Bell — who voices Anna within the movie — mirrored on the time it is taken to make the Disney sequel within the wake of the unique 2013 movie’s record-breaking success. “It’s been six years,” she instructed host Jimmy Kimmel, “but it’s also been sort of six years in the making. And this movie, it has matured with it’s audience — that’s what I’ll say.”
Groff revealed that, whereas his co-stars dealt with the majority of the music within the first Frozen, his character Kristoff will lastly be getting a musical variety of his personal within the sequel. “I do have a song in this one, yeah,” the Broadway vet mentioned. “Bobby [Lopez] and Kristen [Anderson-Lopez], who wrote the music for the first movie, wrote the music for the second and they wrote this amazing ’80s jam.”
The forged additionally admitted that they shared spoilers with their kids. “I told my kids all of it,” Bell mentioned. “You just so badly want your kids to think you’re cool and I say to them all the time. I’m like, ‘You don’t get it. I’m literally a cool mom. You don’t understand how cool I am.’ They want nothing to do with it.”
“So when we first read the script two-and-a-half years ago, three years ago, I came home and I was like, ‘Okay, here’s how it goes down.’ And I told them everything and I told them, ‘Just keep it a secret,'” she added. “Then it occurred to me, kids are bad secret keepers and I breached my contract.”
While the foursome remained mum on really sharing these spoilers for concern of incurring Disney’s wrath, they did look again on the second they realized the primary Frozen movie had change into a runaway phenomenon.
“When we watched it…we felt like, ‘Oh wow, we kinda broke a mold!’ We did a movie about familial love and self-love instead of romantic love, and we were really, really proud of the film,” Bell mentioned. “And then I think it was just every week, later, we were checking the box office going, ‘Huh, that’s really hangin’ on. Wow, that’s really…yeah, that’s holdin’ at number one!”
Check out the full interview, together with Gad’s hilarious rationalization of an Olaf potty-training rest room seat, under.