The Disney production, which opened in March 2018 and is based on the blockbuster 2013 movie, will not return, Disney said in a statement.
The company said “Frozen 2” would be available in the country starting Sunday, “surprising families with some fun and joy during this challenging period” due to coronavirus outbreak.
Disney Plus launched in November to compete with online video services like Netflix. It had 26.5 million Disney Plus subscribers at end of its fiscal first quarter. That grew to 28.6 million as of Monday.
New "Star Wars" footage, sequels to "Frozen" and "Black Panther," and an animated epic fantasy about dragons were among a raft of movies presented to screaming fans at Disney's D23 convention.
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