When the first Frozen film was being advertised, I wasn't a fan of Disney at the time. I did enjoy a fair amount of their live-action films, but most of their animated films didn't appeal to me. I wasn't that excited for Frozen. In fact, I thought the film wouldn't even be good. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Frozen quickly became one of my favorite animated films. I was blown away by Elsa, Anna, the animation, the songs and how much fun the film was to watch. I was concerned that a sequel to Frozen wouldn't work. However, history repeated itself, because I was pleasantly surprised by how great the sequel was.
A third Frozen film hasn't been officially announced. However, that doesn't mean it won't happen. After all, the makers of Frozen thought the first film was a self-contained story that wouldn't get a sequel. Frozen 2 was better than I could of ever anticipated. In fact, I think I like it even more than the first film. It left me excited for the possibilities of what could happen next.
My idea for Frozen 3's plot:
The plot takes place a short time after the 2nd film. Elsa is living in the Enchanted Forest. While she has a lot to get used to, she quickly adjusts to her new environment. She starts spending more and more time with Honeymaren, the young woman she bonded with in Frozen 2. Elsa comes to realize that she's formed a special connection with Honeymaren, a type of connection that she's never had with anybody else in the past. Elsa had never experienced a romantic attraction to a person before. Due to being hidden in her bedroom for most of her childhood, Elsa rarely got the chance to even look at other people. Elsa realizes she's getting a crush on Honeymaren. Honeymaren reveals herself to be a lesbian and she starts helping Elsa figure out her sexuality.
Things start looking up for Elsa. She used to have to hide her true feelings and powers, but that's no longer the case. She feels ready to settle down with Honeymaren, until an old enemy finds her. The Duke of Weselton comes to the Enchanted Forest. With the aid of his bodyguards and the evil Prince Hans, the Duke plans on getting rid of the Enchanted Forest, because of his hatred for magic and as a way of getting revenge on Elsa. It's up to Elsa and the rest of the Northuldra tribe to protect their home.
A subplot would focus on Anna and Kristoff. Anna and Kristoff, who recently got married, are the new rulers of Arendelle. Both of them are excited, but also unsure of how to properly run the kingdom. A few comedic mishaps happen along the way which make Anna feel like she's unfit to rule the kingdom. However, Anna finds her father's journal and reads about how he felt he was unfit to rule the kingdom, too.
Elsa would be the protagonist. Frozen 2 expanded on her personality, backstory, powers and life goals. My wish is for Frozen 3 to continue expanding her journey. After the first film came out, Elsa became an icon for the LGBT community. Due to her not having a love interest and her "Let it Go" song having lyrics that resembled a coming-out scenario, tons of fans wanted Elsa to get a female love-interest. Frozen 2 didn't give Elsa a love interest, but several fans, including me, enjoyed the bond Elsa formed with Honeymaren. Although Honeymaren was pretty much a minor character who only had a few scenes with Elsa, several cute fanfics and pictures were made of Elsa and Honeymaren. Lots of fans want the two of them to get together and there's very few, if any, people that want to see them get together more than I do. Disney has toyed with the idea of being progressive by having minor characters in their films be hinted to be attracted to people of the same gender, but I think it's time for Disney to go all the way. There are so many iconic heterosexual couples in Disney shows and films, but no same-gender couples. Elsa and Honeymaren could make history.
In order to keep Frozen 3 from being overcrowded, Anna would be more of a secondary character, but she would still play an important role. Although she would still have concerns about Elsa, she would trust her sister and start focusing on how to run her kingdom. More flashbacks of the parents, King Agnarr and Queen Iduna, would be shown which would show Agnarr's early days of running the kingdom and would also show the early stages of his relationship with Iduna.
The Duke of Weselton would be the main antagonist, while his bodyguards and Hans would be the supporting antagonists. Due to the Duke being a biased, judgmental and greedy person, I think he'd be a great opponent for the open-minded and progressive Elsa. The Duke would lead a team of closed-minded hatred, while Elsa would lead a team of hope and justice.
The Climax and Ending:
Elsa and the Duke's teams would battle it out. Elsa would fight against her enemies, but wouldn't badly injure them. Anna and Kristoff would get a report from Lieutenant Mattias about a battle going on in the Enchanted Forest. Anna and Kristoff would go to save Elsa, but by then, Elsa and the Northuldra have tied up the bad guys. Mattias would arrest the bad guys, while Elsa and Anna catch up. Elsa, who is no longer ashamed or afraid of her feelings, tells Anna that she's in-love with Honeymaren. Anna cries tears of joy and hugs her sister. Elsa pays a trip back to Arendelle where she sees how her sister has grown as a leader. She tells Anna that she's very proud of her. The film would end with Elsa making a small ice palace in the Enchanted Forest that looks similar to the ice palace she made in the first film. However, this time, Elsa doesn't plan on living alone in the ice palace. She and Honeymaren share the ice palace and live happily ever after.
That's what I want to happen in Frozen 3. I seriously doubt that Disney would make Elsa and Honeymaren a couple. Also, I doubt they'd bring the bad guys back. However, these are just my personal idea for what I want in a third Frozen film. If Disney makes a third Frozen film, I think it'll be something special.