How to watch Frozen 2 online in Australia
If you’re housebound with the kids, Disney’s dropped a little icy treat for the whole family.
Disney has surprised subscribers by dropping Frozen 2 on its streaming service a full three months before its intended release date. The outrageously popular animated musical released on Disney Plus Tuesday 17 March 2020 so you can start streaming now or sign up to the service’s free 7-day trial if you’re not already subscribed.
The musical that’s catchier than the common cold is also available for digital purchase through the usual suspects; iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft Store and YouTube Movies all have Frozen 2 available for rent or purchase in SD and HD.
Now, if only we could get Walt to do the same for The Rise of Skywalker.
How to watch Frozen 2 online
At the time of writing, there are no extras available with the Disney Plus version but a HD iTunes purchase will get you a couple of bonus features, including a featurette on the Scandanavian influence of the movies’ mythology, a sing-a-long version, outatakes, deleted scenes and songs, and exclusive cast interviews.
Disney Plus might not have the added extras, but it does offer the first Frozen and short films, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, Frozen Fever and LEGO Frozen: Northern Lights all for the single monthly cost of $8.99 per month or $89.99 per year.
Where to watch Frozen 2 online?
|Disney Plus||Available||Available||Available||Additional Frozen content included in subscription.|
|iTunes (Buy)||$19.99||$24.99||N/A||Scandanavian Mythology featurette, Sing-a-long version, Deleted scenes, Deleted Songs, Outtakes and Trivia|
|Microsoft Store (Buy)||$19.99||$24.99||$29.99||N/A|
|Microsoft Store (Rent)||$5.99||$6.99||N/A||N/A|
|Google Play (Buy)||$19.99||$24.99||N/A||Scandanavian Mythology featurette, Sing-a-long version, Deleted scenes, Deleted Songs, Outtakes and Trivia|
|Google Play (Rent)||$5.99||$6.99||N/A||N/A|
|YouTube Movies (Buy)||$19.99||$24.99||N/A||N/A|
|YouTube Movies (Rent)||$5.99||$6.99||N/A||N/A|
What other Frozen content is available to stream?
Besides the digital extras available through iTunes and Google Play, Disney Plus is home to a good deal of Frozen content.
First of all, it’s got the 2013 original film, a short film starring the snowy sidekick Olaf (Olaf’s Frozen Adventure), Frozen Fever (a Pixar short where Elsa tries to organise Anna’s birthday with disastrous results), LEGO Frozen: Northern Lights and a sled-load of extras attached to the original Frozen.
Disney Plus costs $8.99 per month or $89.99 per year if you want to kick up your feet and let it go for an hour or two.