The original animated movie is the fifth-highest grossing film of all time so, you know, just a sprinkling of expectation. I mean, it’s not like us fans have any idea of what we’d like to see more of, which characters they definitely shouldn’t leave out… oh, wait. Yes we do. Dear Disney…
Please can we have the next Let It Go
No pressure or anything, Let It Go only won an Oscar and a Grammy, but we’ll be hoping for another beyond-catchy track for this second instalment. Perhaps one that’s forgotten a tiny bit sooner, mind (there really are only so many times you can hear the same song without going just a little bit mad) but you know, a memorable one none the less.
A new dress
…with shops stocking, stocking and stocking the darn thing. We can’t have another buying frenzy like we did with that blue Elsa dress, can we? When you could go on a mini-break for the cost of a Disney dress on eBay, it’s gone too far. There’s a green one in the new Frozen short, so perhaps we’ve been given a head start and that’s the one we should get stitching? Anyway, a new dress would be handy, if only to ensure our kids forget we didn’t quite manage to get the original.
There’s just something about Olaf the singing snowman. He could sing the phonebook and he’d have audiences hooked. Here’s hoping, as with the Frozen short, that he gets a little taste of summer. We know he loves that. And maybe a little Olafess to fall in love with… he’s definitely worth melting for.
Extra scenes with the Duke of Weselton
The Duke of Weasel… sorry Weselton, is such a brilliant bundle of hyped up self-importance it would be a shame not to see more from him. And his dance moves. In fact, he should always be dancing.