Kristen Bell shared 'Frozen 2' spoilers with her kids then told them their teeth would fall out if they told anyone
- Kristen Bell told Sirius XM radio that she revealed spoilers to her kids ahead of the release of "Frozen 2."
- "I told my kids everything … and then it occurred to me that I was in breach of my contract," Bell confessed.
- The star told her kids their teeth would fall out if they shared the secret.
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"I told my kids everything," Bell revealed in an interview with Sirius XM radio on Wednesday, "I was in the mood to be a cool mom."
"I came home and I was like, 'Okay, here's what happens.' After I read the script I told them everything, and they were excited. And then it occurred to me that I was in breach of my contract," said the Frozen star.
Bell says she told her kids "all your teeth are gonna fall out" and "it's very important that you do not tell anyone at school" but admitted, "I am thankful now that it's out that I can no longer get sued by Disney."
"Frozen 2" is already on track to smash box office records, as the sequel to the much-loved "Frozen" beat the Fandango record for biggest first-day presales for an animated movie, surpassing "Toy Story 4" and "Incredibles 2."
The first Frozen, which was released in 2013, earned $93.5 million (R1.3 billion) domestically over the five-day Thanksgiving weekend and ultimately grossed $1.27 billion (R18 billion) worldwide.
Bell has two children with husband Dax Shepard: 6-year-old Lincoln and 4-year-old Delta. Delta featured in an adorable clip filmed by her mom in which she sings "Let it Go," the anthem of the first "Frozen" movie.
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