Frozen 2 Toys Launch October 4

Posted: Feb 17 2019, 12:52am CST | by , in Toys

 

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Frozen 2 Toys Launch October 4

Frozen Fan Fest is on October 4, 2019.

Disney makes October 4 a Holiday for Star Wars and Frozen fans. On Friday, October 4 is Star Wars Triple Force Friday and the Frozen Fan Fest.

“This is truly an epic moment for fans, families and retailers as products for two of the biggest-ever entertainment franchises hit shelves simultaneously,” says Ken Potrock, President, Consumer Products Commercialization. “We’ll be working with our partners to create suitably spectacular celebrations for each, in line with the excitement and anticipation of the legions of Star Wars and Frozen fans around the globe.”

Disney’s Frozen 2, the highly anticipated animated feature from Walt Disney Animation Studios, will make its big screen debut on November 22, 2019. In celebration of the new film and fan’s excitement for the sequel, Disney and retailers around the world will kick off Frozen Fan Fest on October 4, 2019, when new product rolls out worldwide.

Frozen Fan Fest will include product reveals, musical moments, in-store events and much more, introducing an unprecedented assortment of Frozen 2 product and offering fans the opportunity to join the Frozen characters as they set out on a new and epic journey beyond Arendelle. These special fan experiences will continue until the premiere date, with product continuing to rollout after the film’s release. The Frozen 2 product assortment spans categories including toys, apparel, fashion accessories, housewares, books and much, much more!

In November 2013, Walt Disney Animation Studios released Frozen, which quickly ascended to unparalleled success, delivering over $1.25 billion in global box office sales and becoming the number one global animated release of all time. With its fresh take on the classic fairytale, featuring strong, empowered heroines, powerful songs, and a loveable ensemble of characters that captured the hearts of fans of all ages, the Academy Award-winning animated feature created a cultural phenomenon.

The frenzy for all things Frozen continued to grow in 2014 and beyond, solidifying its place in the zeitgeist and translating into massive sales at retail. Frozen products flurried across toy industry and holiday wish lists with the National Retail Federation naming toys from the franchise property as some of the top toys for 2014. Anna and Elsa costumes sold over three million units that year and became the top costumes at Disney Stores around the world.

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The New York Toy Fair 2019 takes place Feb. 16 to Feb. 19 in the Javits Center in New York. At the Toy Fair the new 2019 toys break cover. Most of them will be released in Fall ahead of the Holiday shopping season. A newly emerging trend is that many toys get an early release over the summer. Consumers can buy many hot toys ahead of the crazy Holiday shopping season. Read about the latest new toys for 2019 in our toys section.

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