>>103458623>Too many people want Elsa to be gay.
Nah, it's just trendy and a loud minority who wouldn't be the core audience anyway. The people they'd alienate are a much larger and more lucrative audience segment.
I mean right after Frozen came out, almost everyone was pushing for Elsa to get together with Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians. That ship was huge, way bigger than Elsanna or anything, they even pulled petitions to get them together with over 10K signatures even though everyone kinda knew that a crossover crackship will never happen. People would love to see Elsa with a man.>The writers keep hinting at it, too.
Where? All I've seen are polite, evasive non-answers like "we're thinking very carefully of where to go with the story and are very happy Elsa's so important to many people, we're not promising anything tho" that essentially translate to "not happening but we don't want to give a negative hype-annihilating answer that might create a negative backlash around the franchise".
People are just being retarded and are twisting >we're considering different avenues, no promises, it's not impossible
into>the writers are saying it's a definite possibility they're considering
I HAVE seen Santino Fontana say in an interview the writers told him they're considering redeeming Hans and bringing him back, Idina Menzel say in an interview that in the sequel she'd like it if Elsa got a "gentleman friend" and Jen Lee say in an AMA that she thinks Hans to be a tragic character and a product of growing up without love, tho.
Not saying it'll be Hans, but I do think Elsa will get a male love interest in the sequel. People seriously thinking Disney will obliterate their most profitable franchise AND their reputation over some twitter hype from woke sjws are idiots, sorry but it's true. She won't ever be gay.