The billion dollar sequel

2019 can be called the year of Disney as the company bags seven of the top gross films of the year, which have earned over $1 billion at the box office with the only exception being Frozen 2 though the film has not yet met the theaters. The movies have already earned $924,335,065 worldwide. Which also means that the movie is already on its way to join the billion-dollar club. TMZ announced that the Disney sequel might have trouble happening behind the scenes. They then added on to it, saying Disney issued for using the slogan “Trust Your Journey” on their merchandise. A Nevada based company is claiming the slogan ownership.

The Scoop

As per the report, Trust your journey is asking Disney to end all forms of usage of the slogan and also to slash a slice of the massive profits they have received with the sequel. As per TMZ, they couldn’t reach Disney for any comment on this.

The high rise rating

On the other hand, Frozen 2 is seen rising with a rating at the top on Rotten Tomatoes with 77% critics score and 92% audience score, and the success seems to be slowing down all the way. The movie has also seen Kristen bell return, one of the first films starts voicing Anna. Other cast includes Idina Menzel voicing Elsa, Josh Gad voicing Olaf, and Jonathan Groff voicing Kristoff. The movies are seen through by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck. Despite Lee being the writer of the first movie, the sequel is scripted by Allison Schroeder (Hidden Figures, Christopher Robin). The new cast for the sequel includes Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld, True Blood) and Sterling K. Brown (Black Panther, This Is Us).

 

https://www.tmz.com/2019/12/11/disney-sued-frozen-2-trust-your-journey-merchandise/

https://insidethemagic.net/2019/12/disney-sued-frozen-2-trust-your-journey-kc1/

 

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