Anna, Elsa, and the rest of the “Frozen” gang are back for their next big adventure in “Frozen 2.” Disney is cashing in on fans’ love of the first movie, and just in time for the holidays. However, while movie goers usually only think about sticking around after the movie is over during comic book inspired films, it seems “Frozen 2” is hoping audiences stay in their seats as well.
According to a report from the “Express,” it seems that the sequel will feature a must-watch mid-credits scene, as well as an end-credits scene. Since 2013, fans have been eagerly anticipating the return of Olaf, Anna, Elsa, Sven, and more of the characters they fell in love with the first time around. Now that “Frozen 2” has arrived in theaters, it is unlikely that fans are going to be rushing from the theater anyway. That being said, they definitely want people to stick around to see the extra scenes that will play during and after the credits.
Disney knows that fans love “Frozen,” which is why they not only wrote this sequel, but have previously released some short videos featuring the characters. Plus, “Frozen” merchandise is everywhere, not just at Disney parks or in Disney Stores. Fans can head to any number of stores, such as Target and Walmart to get their hands on everything from games to dolls featuring characters like Olaf, Elsa, and Anna.
With the arrival of “Frozen 2,” not only can fans expect to see even more merchandise in stores, but now they know to stay in their seats once the movie ends to get a little bit more fun and entertainment. (If anyone is curious if it is worth it to stick around for these scenes, it seems that it is a continuation of a moment from “Frozen 2” itself, featuring Olaf.)
“Frozen 2” is in theaters now, and while there is no word as to whether a third movie is being planned, with the two scenes during and after the credits, it does look like there will at least be more Olaf to look forward to.
Written by Kimberley Spinney
Express – Frozen 2 after credits: Is there a post credits scene in Frozen 2? End credits explained
Image Credit – Mike Mozart’s Flickr Page – Creative Commons License