According to WhatsonDisneyPlus, during the Investors Day Disney+ presentation, Jennifer Lee, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Chief Creative Officer, announced the docuseries Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2. According to Indiewire, Disney’s presentation to its investors “was the most illuminating glimpse yet into what it will mean to watch television in the not-too-distant future — a future ruled over by dedicated brand platforms, as opposed to that antiquated notion of ‘channels.'”
According to WhatonDisneyPlus, the series showcases the hard work and imagination that go into making “one of the most highly anticipated Walt Disney Animation Studios features of all time.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lee, who is also the writer-director of Frozen, said: “the Frozen 2 docuseries, titled Into the Unknown, will show viewers the process of making the sequel to the 2013 hit, which is due in theaters Nov. 22.” She said the producers of the docuseries Into the Unknown, which is also the title of one of the film’s upcoming songs were given unlimited access to the cast and crew of Frozen 2 and promised a new and insightful take on the movie.
In fact, according to WhatsonDisneyPlus, “as never before in its near-century-long history, Walt Disney Animation Studios is opening its doors, allowing cameras to capture in intimate detail how the voice cast, directors, and team of artists come together to create Frozen 2. This multi-episode documentary series shows the hard work, imagination, heart, fun, and intensity that go into making one of the most highly anticipated Disney Animation features of all time.”
The new documentary series will be available within the first year of Disney+ launching, WhatsonDisneyPlus reports. According to Indiewire, Disney+ will be available in the US November 12 for $6.99/mo ($69.99 a year). An ad-free subscription model, “the streaming service is poised to be the first major dedicated studio platform, bringing together the major Disney brands, including Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel, under one family-friendly umbrella.” Disney exec Kevin Mayer said: “the plan is to draw upon the ‘deep emotional connection’ that fans have with these properties.”