‘Frozen’ star Anna Kendrick tells Fox News host that she doesn’t plan to return to Disney in 2017


“It’s all about how it ends,” she said of her time in the Disney-Pixar world.

“I don’t know if I want to come back.

I don’t think it’s the right time.”

Anna Kendrick, who has said she does not plan to attend the new Disney movie in 2017, said she did not think it was the right moment for her to return, but she said she was excited to be part of the project and “wouldn’t change it for the world.”

“I feel so blessed to have been part of it, to be able to bring so many people together,” she told Fox News.

“It would be nice to have a whole other world and I wouldn’t mind a few more years to come.”

The actor was in the midst of her role as Elsa in the animated hit, which was released in theaters in 2016.

The film grossed more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office, but the film was also accused of racism by prominent African American actor and filmmaker Bill Cosby, who was fired from his role on “The Cosby Show” following the scandal.

Kendrick said she’s never felt comfortable with being cast in a Disney film.

“I never felt safe,” she added.

“If you’re doing something and you feel like you’re a target, then I feel like that’s the time to go.

But if you feel comfortable, then you can go.”

Kendricks father, Bill Cosby Jr., was also fired from the network.

Bill Cosby Jr. was fired as executive producer of the Disney film “Frozen” and has apologized for the controversy.