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Frozen 2


Frozen 2 Had So Many Easter Eggs And Hidden Secrets 


frozen to is finally here and among all the epic scenes new songs and great adventures are a ton of hidden moments in Easter eggs time to thaw these frozen treats out as we uncover hidden Disney references a fun connection to the band Queen and a great tie-in to gravity falls quick warning there are some major frozen - spoilers ahead so you've been warned forgive me maturity is making me poetic this might taking place three years after the first frozen the film is still filled with plenty of flashbacks including the opening scenes where we see a young Anna and Elsa playing together instead of the standard toys the little girls enjoy some time with snowman figurines but else's design skills are clearly way ahead of her time while she doesn't create a Pixar Pizza Planet truck she was able to make a snowman that resembles baymax from big hero 6 baymax is similar design fits right in with the little snow creatures keep your eyes peeled for a small Totoro character among the snow designs as well and if you like the baymax easter egg it's not the only big hero 6 reference in the movie stay tuned until the end to see another one one of the newest characters we get to meet in frozen 2 is Ryder the young man was born in the enchanted forest and have a similar love for reindeers as Kristoff the name wasn't chosen randomly either Ryder is actually named after Chris bucks son Ryder who tragically passed away in a car accident back in 2013 the dedication to his son is a touching moment and a way for his son's name to live on forever when frozen won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature back in 2014 the closing line from Chris bucks acceptance speech was also a touching tribute to his son frozen to is in a Marvel movie but the film is on board with the whole post credits trend something that started with the first frozen movie as well sitting through the end credits of the sequel isn't too bad though because the movie features some great song covers with artists like Panic at the Disco Kacey Musgraves and Weezer providing their own unique takes on songs like into the unknown anyways once you're done jam now Olaf makes his big return and greets us with a recap of the film we just saw the high-speed storytelling is very similar to Michael Pena's role in ant-man and the post-credits scene also features a fun reveal with marshmallow and the snowgies the snowgies have not been forgotten since they debuted in the Disney short frozen

Frozen 2 is finally here! And among all the epic scenes, new songs, and great adventures are a ton of hidden moments and Easter Eggs. Time to thaw these frozen treats out as we uncover hidden Disney references, a fun connection to the band Queen, and a great tie-in to Gravity Falls. 

Despite taking place three years after the first Frozen, the film is still filled with plenty of flashbacks -- including the opening scenes where we see a young Anna and Elsa playing together. Instead of the standard toys, the little girls enjoy some time with snowman figurines. Watch to see what characters are hidden among the designs. One of Elsa’s big songs in Frozen 2 is “Into the Unknown”. The song helps set her off on her journey -- and provides us with plenty of lyrics to sing along with. In the movie -- the song is also filled with all kinds of great visuals -- including one hidden Mickey that appears in a blink and you miss it moment. While Frozen’s time setting prevents a lot of modern-day references, we do hear Anna use the word “epic” as a kid -- and there’s also a great reference to the band Queen. After struggling to propose to Anna, Kristoff decides to sing about his feelings in the song “Lost in the Woods”. Well, it turns out the song had all the vibes of a 80’s music video and one of the moments was a direct reference to the Queen song Bohemian Rhapsody. Watch to see all of these moments and so many others in Frozen 2
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