In tough times of social distancing and quarantine due to Coronavirus pandemic, let the story from Frozen 2 about witchcraft, snowmen and a socially awkward man and his complicit Reindeer help pass the time.
Frozen and its 2019 sequel Frozen 2 are amongst the highest-grossing animated movies in the world. Only the 2019 live-action remake of the Lion King beats them for the top spot.
The Frozen movie is inspired by Hans Christian’s fairy tale “The Snow Queen.” The first film in the series came out in 2013 and became quite a hit and grossed over $1 billion to become the highest-grossing animated movie. The sequel, Frozen II, came out in 2019, and it again broke the $1 billion mark and earned more than the original.
So, if you haven’t watched Frozen movies, then I would suggest you give them a try and don’t worry as you can watch these movies from the comfort of your home. Recently, Disney announced that it has decided to release the movie on its streaming platform, Disney+ due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Right now, Frozen 2 is available on the streaming platform, and if you haven’t watched Frozen, then you can watch both the versions of Frozen on Disney+ as well.
So, how to get Disney+ subscription. As of now, Disney+ is available in select regions, so you can always resort to a VPN or Tor browser to spoof your location.
Now, you can create an account on Disney+ and watch the movies online. In case you are not interested in all the content that is available on the platform, then you can sign-up for the trial version and watch the movies without paying a single dime.
The Frozen2 soundtrack has also made a comeback. It has returned to the top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart for the first time in two months.
Disney+ is not only a perfect place to watch Frozen films as it hosts a slew of amazing movies and TV series such as the MCU movies and the Mandalorian. You might also want to see the Simpsons or jump into the Star Wars universe.
Disney+ subscription starts at $6.99 per month in the US which is the most affordable plan for Disney+ across the globe.