Kristen Chenowes has said she is leaving the Frozen film franchise after 20 years.

She is set to star in the next Avengers movie alongside Idris Elba.

But in a new interview, the 27-year-old actress says she is still working on her own Frozen story, and her own spin on the film franchise.

Chenowets first interview since leaving Frozen in May 2019 was published on the Disney/Marvel website.

In it, she spoke about working on Frozen, what she would be doing if she wasn’t working on the sequel, and what she’d do if she did.

The Disney princess also revealed that she was working on a sequel to Frozen for 2018’s The Avengers, which will be directed by Joss Whedon.

“I’m very excited to be coming back to the franchise again, because I’ve really enjoyed working on that movie,” she said.

“And the people who made that movie, I love them.

It’s an amazing movie and I hope that the people of the world are able to see it and be excited about it.”

“Frozen” has been the biggest success in Disney’s animated franchise since its 2009 animated feature Frozen Fever.

Disney/Lucasfilm The movie grossed $1.6 billion worldwide, and it won two Academy Awards for best animated feature.

The film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including best animated short and best animated film.

“Frost is a beautiful song and it’s about something I love,” she continued.

“But it’s also something I think about constantly.

I want it to be beautiful and inspiring.

Because that’s what I really love about it: It’s so beautiful and powerful, but it’s not just about a story. “

If you’re just talking about the love of Elsa, or Anna, or anyone who has the courage to sing it, I want you to take it as seriously as I do.

Because that’s what I really love about it: It’s so beautiful and powerful, but it’s not just about a story.

It also is about the emotions that go with it.”

In the new interview she also shared that she has found inspiration from Frozen’s music and lyrics.

“A song is so important, because the song has a big impact on you and on people you know,” she shared.

“So I would say I was inspired by the music of Frozen and what it means to the world, and the lyrics of the song.”

“It’s really important to me to be able to bring my heart to the characters and the story and the stories, and I think that’s why I decided to do it, because you get so much more out of it, and you get a bigger impact on people, and people who are going through something like this, that they will really come to terms with it, that’s the beauty of it.”

Chenowet has been working on various projects since her departure from Frozen in 2017.

She’s worked on a live-action adaptation of the musical “The Little Mermaid,” a short film called “The Big Bang Theory,” and a feature film called The Girl Next Door.

In 2018 she also starred in the ABC series “The Bachelor.”

She has also written several novels and collected stories in the “Fantasy Flight” series of fantasy novels.

The most recent book in the series, “Happiest Days of Our Lives,” is currently available in stores.

“It has become my favorite book,” she told Entertainment Weekly.

“There’s a lot of things that I like about it, but one thing that I do love is the way that it explores the relationships between friends, and how the world works and the things that go on in the world.”

“I’ve been fortunate to work with people who have made it possible for me to work on the stories I’ve been telling,” she added.

“The stories that have been told so far have been really moving, and so powerful, and they have helped me understand more about myself and the world around me.

And I think they’ve given me the strength and the confidence that I need to tell more stories.”