While discussing how much he loves the Frozen franchise, Jimmy Fallon asked if there was anything Bell wanted to announce regarding a third film, to which Bell responded, "I would… like to officially announce, with zero authority, Frozen 3."
Earlier in the day, Bell appeared on Good Morning America, where the actress, who plays Princess Anna in the franchise, shared that she would do Frozen 3 "in a heartbeat." However, later in the night, it sounded like she was making an official announcement… with a small caveat.
"Please bear in mind I did say 'zero authority' because I can't do that. I can't do that. No, I'm not in charge," said Bell.
"But there could be something maybe in the works and maybe happening," asked Fallon. Bell replied, "Well, you know, I'm– I'll keep it mysterious, but I know Idina recently said she would do it and I feel like if we're all in, like, what are we waiting for? Let's do it."
When Frozen first hit theaters in 2013, the animated film was a huge global phenomenon and, six years later, Frozen II was even more successful. However, due to Bell emphasizing "zero authority," fans on Twitter were left a little unsure. So, until Disney makes their official announcement, it seems as though we may still be into the unknown with this one… or are we?
- "Frozen 3." Can we announce anything?
KRISTEN BELL: I would with like to officially announce, with zero authority, "Frozen 3."
KYLIE MAR: Actress Kristen Bell and voice of Princess Anna from the hugely successful Disney franchise "Frozen" stopped by "The Tonight Show" Monday, where she let it go. She led a really big announcement go, that is.
KRISTEN BELL: Please bear in mind, I did say zero authority, because I can't do that.
- Yeah, you can't announce.
KRISTEN BELL: I can't do that. No, I'm not in charge.
KYLIE MAR: Earlier in the day, bell appeared on "Good Morning America," where she shared that she would do "Frozen 3" in a heartbeat. But later in the night, it kind of sounded like she was making an official announcement.
- But there could be something maybe in the works and maybe happening, maybe.
KRISTEN BELL: Well, you know, I'll keep it mysterious.
- When "Frozen" first hit theaters in 2013, the animated film was a huge global phenomenon. And six years later, "Frozen 2" was even more successful. However, Bell did emphasize zero authority. And even fans on Twitter were left a little unsure. While "The Tonight Show" tweeted, did Kristen Bell just confirm her "Frozen 3?"
KRISTEN BELL: I know Idina recently said she would do it. And I feel like, if we're all in, like --
- We're all in. Come on. We want it. We love you.
KRISTEN BELL: We want it. Let's do it.