Disney Should Come Up With These Sequels As Well

by
Fatimah Mazhar
Congratulations to all Disney/Pixar fans out there. “The Incredibles” has a second installment under way along with another beloved animated series “Cars”.

Congratulations to all Disney/Pixar fans out there. “The Incredibles” has a second installment under way along with another beloved animated series “Cars”.

On Tuesday, Brad Bird, who directed and wrote the original 2004 superhero movie, announced that he is now writing “The Incredibles 2.”

The excitement is as great as it was when the company announced a follow-up “Finding Dory” to Oscar-winning film “Finding Nemo” (2003).

However, fans just can’t get enough when it comes to Disney movies and their sequels.

Here we have compiled a list of suggestions for the creative minds behind the classic animations to consider the following as well:

Tangled 2010:

Favorite Disney Sequels

Although an animated 6-minute-long short sequel, Tangled Ever After, was released in 2012, it left the viewers asking for more.

How about coming up with a storyline revolving around the lead characters’ – Eugene Fitzherbert and Rapunzel – child.

The magical healing powers could pass down from Rapunzel to the kid. Also, the audience never really knew much about Eugene’s background. Maybe adding that angle to the story would make for a good follow-up to Tangled.

Brave 2012:

Favorite Disney Sequels

Almost every strong-headed Disney girl admires Merida’s courage and thirst for independence. However, one has to be realistic about life and fans want to know if the lass ever finds love or gets married.

A sequel to “Brave” revolving around Merida’s love interest would be great.

Frozen 2013:

Favorite Disney Sequels

The Oscar-winning movie surely mesmerized us with its superb songs and a heart-warming story about the bond of love shared between two sisters.

But fans want to know more because the ending was more or less a beginning of a new life for both Elsa and Anna.

We need to know how, when and where Kristoff and Anna get married. We also want to know if Queen Elsa – with her newfound power of love – ever finds a King.

Also, it wouldn’t be too bad if Olaf had an entire sequel to himself and his adventures in summer. On the whole, there is a dire need for “Frozen 2”.

Disney, take note please.

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