Disney announces more ‘Toy Story’ and ‘Frozen’ sequels are in the works

The Mouse House isn't relinquishing prize properties "Frozen" or "Toy Story" at any point in the near future.

Disney President Bounce Iger said on Wednesday during the organization's profit call

that there are plans for extra continuations of both hit establishments underway.

"We'll have more to share about these creations soon, however this is an incredible model

how we're inclining toward our unmatched brands and establishments," Iger said.

The first "Frozen" film hit venues in 2013 to an enormous gathering and was circled back to "Frozen 2" in 2019,

which earned more than $1.4 billion overall in the cinematic world, as per Film industry Magic.

The films, which followed the undertakings of sister-princesses Anna and Elsa, star Kristen Chime, Idina Menzel,

Jonathan Groff and Josh Stray, who give voice to the dearest energized characters.

The main portion of the "Toy Story" establishment debuted in 1995, turning into a moment exemplary.

The recently declared continuation will follow "Toy Story 4," which debuted in venues in 2019,

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