What if Frozen crossed over with Star Wars, Harry Potter, and other franchises?

Elsa, Anna, and the rest of the Arendelle gang like you’ve never seen them before

What if Frozen crossed over with Star Wars, Harry Potter, and other franchises? 1
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After six long years of waiting, Frozen 2, Disney’s sequel to the 2013 animated blockbuster Frozen, finally opened in theaters last month. And though there’s a considerable gap between the two movies, it seems that the Frozen Fever didn’t really go away, as Frozen 2 exceeded all box-office expectations in its debut and even set a slew of new milestones.

Though Frozen 2 became Disney’s latest film to reach the billion-dollar mark, there’s a huge possibility that this could be the last hurrah for Elsa, Anna, and the rest of the Arendelle gang on the big screen.

While directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee are not closing the door for a potential Frozen 3, they both feel that Elsa and Anna’s story is already complete after the two movies. Whether or not the cast and crew return to Arendelle for a third iteration in the future, a lot of crossover art on the Internet suggests that Frozen characters could find another life in other media franchises where they fit in just perfectly.

Created by fans from different parts of the world, these pieces of mashup art reimagine Elsa, Anna and other Frozen characters as part of Star Wars, Harry Potter, X-Men, Transformers, Game of Thrones, and other franchises. While a number of this crossover art is a bit of a stretch to become reality, others are actually doable since some of the franchises are owned by Disney.

Check out the list below to see some of these crossover artworks, and decide for yourself which franchises feel like home for the Frozen characters.

#1 Elsa and Anna as USS Enterprise officers

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Credit: Silas Zee

Inspired by the 1991 sci-fi movie Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, this fan art by Silas Zee reimagines Elsa and Anna as officers of the USS Enterprise. Rocking the iconic uniforms seen in the original Star Trek film series, Elsa appears to be the captain of the starship while Anna is her second-in-command.

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