Kristen Bell in Dior at the Frozen 2 premiere: perfect and not too on-the-nose?

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I’ve only seen Frozen once! I consider myself lucky that way, although it’s quite good as far as kids’ films go. My son was slightly old for it and wasn’t interested, but we watched it with my friend and her daughter who is a couple of years younger than him. My friend had seen it dozens of times at that point. I do not miss watching movies over and over again (Robots with Ewan McGregor is underrated FYI), but I miss taking my son to animated films we both enjoy like the How to Train Your Dragon movies and Moana was a more recent favorite. He goes to adult movies now and we can have adult conversations about them so I’m trying to look on the bright side.

Here are some photos from the Frozen 2 premiere featuring Kristen Bell in a dusty pink Dior gown with an deep keyhole bodice. I really like this look! She’s not theme dressing like a lot of the other cast and celebrities there and this has a regal and sophisticated vibe. The fit is perfection and the very interesting fabric is the standout. This is just the right amount of dress and her styling is gorgeous. I could gush about this.

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Kristen’s onscreen sister, Idina Menzel, was in a formfitting white sequin Galvan. This dress is kind of a snooze but she’s so pretty and look at her coupled up with Aaron Lohr! How cute are they? They’ve been married since 2017 and dating since 2015.

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Evan Rachel Wood is in this, she plays Elsa and Anna’s mom. Her beige and silver embellished Pamella Roland gown is a little too on theme, but I would totally dress like an ice princess if I was in this movie, I love theme dressing. She looks so different and striking with longer dark hair. This dress fits her beautifully.

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Oh and Sterling K. Brown is in it too! He plays a hot lieutenant. I just saw him on Kimmel and he wouldn’t say if he sings or not, but come on you know he sings. It’s cute how he and his wife, Ryan Michelle Bathe, and their kids are all in different shades of blue.

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My girl Busy Philipps sometimes takes it too far. She’s fearless with her fashion though I’ll give her that. Also she does not GAF and looks comfortable. Adorable shoes.
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Selena Gomez and her little sister, Gracie, six, wore matching ice princess costumes and I’m here for it! She needs to do more things with her little sister she looks so happy here.

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Also included in the gallery are Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Martha Plimpton looking like a boss and Yvette Nicole Brown, love her!
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photos credit: WENN and Avalon.red

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  1. Becks1 says:

    I don’t love Frozen (I think Tangled is so much better, and I LOVE Moana), but I think the songs are good and the animation is obviously amazing. I don’t think it needed a sequel but I guess $$ talks. I’ll take my boys to see it and I’m sure there are many many parents out there like me – who aren’t really interested in it but will take their kids (there are other kids movies that I do want to see, so my lack of interest has nothing to do with the genre.)

    I do feel bad for parents whose kids were Juuuuuuust about done with Frozen and now bam! Frozen 2! lol

    • Case says:

      I personally prefer Frozen over the two you mentioned, but have you seen Princess and the Frog? I just watched it recently for the first time and think it’s SO underrated. Wonderful characters, songs, and story.

      • Becks1 says:

        Yes! I LOVE Princess and the Frog. My boys love it too, they find it a little scary with the shadow man, but I even like that bc to me that’s kind of old school Disney (some of those old Disney movies are super scary in parts lol.)

    • escondista says:

      I’m with you. Tangled and Moana are SO much better than Frozen….music included.

      Kristen’s haircut is great here!

    • stormsmama says:

      Tangled makes me so uncomfortable bc she hits him on the head with a cast iron pan multiple times. Which is SO violent and WOULD kill him. Cant get past that

  2. Goldengirlslover34 says:

    My kids are so excited to see this movie, especially Olaf. I have already preordered tickets and they just rewatched the first movie. They don’t get fixated on films and don’t ask to rewatch so this was perfect timing. They are four so it is just perfect for their age. My son keeps asking if there will be another snow monster like the first one! He’s hoping for battles. I love their excitement so it’s making me excited to take them.

  3. PizzaLove says:

    Almost everyone looks great! Busy’s dress is just funny. Sterling looks hot!

    I have boys and none of us had any interest in Disney princess movies, so thankfully I never had to watch Frozen.

    • Sumodo1 says:

      My family loooooves Olaf. We have a silly blanket with Olaf on it that has “special powers.” Anybody who feels bad gets the “all knowing, all seeing, all powerful Blanket of Olaf” and it’s cool for all of us. My grands are great. BTW, did you check out Evan Rachel Wood’s and Busy’s shoes?!! Very nice.

  4. MeghanNotMarkle says:

    I’m not ashamed to admit that I love Frozen. But I’m nervous about the sequel. I think they probably could have left well enough alone. I’ll make my final judgment when we actually see it (which will probably be months from now from the Redbox).

  5. Case says:

    I love Frozen. I love that it gives little kids a hero in Elsa who is not immediately a protagonist in the traditional sense — she’s depressed, isolated, and learns to open herself up and not fear her powers over the course of the film with the help of her sister. She’s more like Beast than like any other Disney princesses, honestly. I think she’s one of the most important characters Disney has given us in recent years.

    Love Kristen’s dress — the cut-out in the middle is a shape that pops up a lot in Frozen, so that’s cool. And I LOVE Evan’s dress! She looks like an ice queen. Beautiful.

  6. Leriel says:

    Idina looks gorgeous, like a porcelain doll.

  7. lucy2 says:

    I’ve never seen Frozen.

    I like all of the dresses except for Busy’s – I like the material/pattern but not the style.
    Martha looks awesome!

  8. Devon says:

    Idina Menzel = WOW

  9. Jadedone says:

    Damn Sterling has a good looking family. Selena and her sister look so cute

  10. Beth says:

    I hope Groff gets more songs in this one. His voice is gorgeous and we barely got anything from him in the first one.

    • Becks1 says:

      I always say that to my husband and he rolls his eyes at me but its so true – he definitely has one of the best voices out of the original cast (along with Idina obviously) and he only got that super short reindeer song.

    • Mia4s says:

      I have been assured there is a Kristoff song! It would be criminal not to, Groff is so good!!

  11. Charfromdarock says:

    Everyone looks lovely

    Martha Plimpton is my favourite!

  12. Originaltessa says:

    ERW is a true beauty. Such a gorgeous woman.

  13. Bex says:

    Idina looks amazing. I root for her ever since she blew me away at a concert years ago and afterwards she was SO sweet and genuine to my young relative who loves musicals. I like the idea and fit of Kristen’s dress but I’m not certain that’s her color?

    Frozen‘s critical rep has suffered from overexposure I think. Let It Go, Do You Wanna Build A Snowman and For The First Time In Forever are all wonderful Broadway numbers.

  14. Jekelly says:

    I love frozen! Both my kids (3&5) are so excited to go see it! I frozen really is the only movie they both love.

  15. moco says:

    Selena and her little sister look adorable. What a memorable event for both of them!

  16. Melissai says:

    Came to say Robots is an underrated and excellent movie! A stacked cast: Stanley Tucci, Ewan McGregor, Halle Berry, Mel Brooks, Amanda Bynes, Robin Williams and the list goes on. Such a quotable movie