Frozen 2 release date announced - don't say we didn't warn you!

Let it go... again!
Let it go... again! Photo: Disney

Just as it seems most of our kids have 'let it go', the creators behind Frozen have announced the release date of the sequel, which means we're in for another round of songs to listen to on repeat for eternity.

Disney announced on Twitter that the loveable Anna and Elsa will be back in 2019, six years after the original movie, to win the hearts of another generation of youngsters everywhere.

"Frozen 2 is coming to theatres November 27, 2019!" Disney announced.

The tweet was liked 38,000 times. However, I bet none of those people actually had children as you could almost hear parents around the world groaning "NOOOOOOOOOOOO".

OK, it's not that bad. Frozen was a gorgeous movie about two sisters reaffirming their love for each other and finding their inner strength. And the songs were kind of cool – the first few times you heard them. It's the twenty billionth time your kid belts out "the cold never bothered me anyway" that was super annoying. And the fact you now say: "Finish each others' sandwiches" instead of "sentences" is a little strange.

It also means there'll be millions of kids who will need to watch the first Frozen movie, either for the first or 60 millionth time, to remember (like anyone could forget) how it all went down.

Although the cast for the sequel hasn't been confirmed, the stars behind the lead characters voices have tweeted the news, indicating they may be set to return to their roles.

Kristen Bell, who in March 2015 tweeted a photo of herself draped over a bag of ice with the caption "Dreams really do come 2!!! #FROZEN2 #itsofficial" was first off the mark to express her excitement.

"Quick weather forecast from your favourite disney princess' sister: Theatres are gonna get Frozen on November 27, 2019! Woo Hoo!!!" the voice of Anna wrote.

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While the voice of Elsa, Idina Menzel (or Adele Dazeem if you're John Travolta) tweeted: "It's happening! All my Elsas say ho!"

Even Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf, was in on the action, tweeting the release date.

So, it seems the voices behind the much-loved characters will be back to delight children and terrorise parents everywhere. Trust me, I know - I have girls aged 7, 8 and 10.

Disney also announced released dates for Wreck-It Ralph 2, the live-action Lion King and the fifth instalment of the Indiana Jones franchise, which is also very exciting.