While Frozen is the highest grossing animated film of all time, and the third highest grossing film of 2013, with a tally of $399 million domestically and over a billion dollars worldwide, Disney currently has no plans for a sequel. They are, instead, more focused on turning the animated fairy tale into a hit Broadway musical.
Disney CEO Alan Horn, speaking at the Bloomberg Business of Entertainment Breakfast, revealed this morning that a sequel hasn't even been discussed.
Disney currently has a lot of live action films on its plate, with Alan Horn talking Star Wars: Episode VII, Marvel movies that include Avengers: Age of Ultron and Guardians of the Galaxy, and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. But no other animated films were put on the table during today's sitdown.
Right now, Disney has Big Hero 6 opening in Frozen's prime November holiday release slot this year. It is based on a Marvel comic book, and follows a group of superheroes that work for the government. They also have Zootopia scheduled for 2016, with three untitled animated, non-Pixar films on the docket between 2016 and 2018. Apparently none of these are Frozen 2.
While the future for a Frozen sequel seems unclear, its unlikely that the studio won't return to the lucrative property sometime in the near future. We'll probably see a sequel announced before year's end.