IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.

Kristen Bell's daughter, 3, gives 'Frozen' an icy reception

It's a little chilly in Kristen Bell's household on the topic of the animated Disney musical in which the actress voices a main character.
/ Source: TODAY

It's a little chilly in "Veronica Mars" actress Kristen Bell's household ... on one particular topic, at least.

The actress recently stopped by E! News to chat about her new comedy "The Boss" (in theaters April 8). But as often happens when Bell's in the room, the conversation soon took a turn toward another film — "Frozen." And surprisingly, the mother of two had some interesting new information to share about the movie she says "just keeps on giving."

RELATED: Kristen Bell belts out deleted song during 'Frozen' reunion

It turns out 3-year-old Lincoln (elder of Bell's two daughters with her husband, fellow actor Dax Shepard) isn't a big fan of the animated family blockbuster — even though her mom supplies the voice of Anna, one of main characters.

When the actress tried last month to get Lincoln to watch "Frozen" for the first time, the almost-3-year-old (her birthday is March 28) wanted nothing to do with the Disney musical.

"I put it on for her, thinking it was going to blow her mind," Bell said, "and she like 15 minutes in was like, 'Turn this off, I don't like this movie.'"

The actress said the little one easily recognized her voice, but wasn't impressed. "She could care less," Bell said. "It was too scary for her, I think. She keeps my ego in check."

RELATED: 'Frozen' is coming to Broadway! Here's what we know about the upcoming musical

But for those of you who are "Frozen" fans, Bell shared some exiting news about the sequel. The script "is just being finished written," she said, adding that she thinks the cast will start "recording next month."

The star didn't give any details away, but as for another "Let it Go"-level hit, Bell said, "Nothing should top that. Even when I hear it, hearing it as many times, as I have, every time I hear it, it gives me the tingles."

She added, "I think there's going to be a lot of great songs in the next movie, but I don't know if any of them will top 'Let It Go.'"

Who knows? Perhaps "Frozen 2" will be more Lincoln's style.