The first trailer for Disney’s Frozen is not what I expected at all. The movie is adapted from The Snow Queen, and instead of focusing on the Princess Anna, the Snow Queen Elsa, or even the Mountain Man Kristoff, we get a dose of interaction… Read More »Trailer for Disney’s Frozen Goes for Guffaws
We’re less than a year away from the premier of the next feature from Walt Disney Animation Studios (WDAS) and we’re starting to learn more details, like who will give their voice to the Kristoff, the extreme mountain man from the comedy-adventure “Frozen.” Disney just… Read More »Tony Award Nominee and Glee Cast Member Jonathan Groff Added to Disney’s Frozen Cast
Back in 2010 we heard about Disney putting the brakes on production of the modern update of a Norwegian legend, The Snow Queen. But a few months ago work slowly began again on the project, this time with a new name – Frozen. Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel are set to voice the lead roles. Robert Lopez and Kristin Anderson Lopez will pen the music. You might recall their names from Broadway’s Avenue Q and Book of Morman, but Disney fans will know their work on the Finding Nemo Musical at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Disney recently confirmed that the story would be inspired by the beauty of Norway, even if not being specific about the location or time. But it makes me wonder, why don’t they commit to Norway as the setting. EPCOT would then have an excuse to upgrade the Norway pavilion which has long been without a sponsorship commitment.
Walt Disney Animation Studios recently made it official, the next animated feature after “Wreck-It Ralph” will be “Frozen.” Frozen has its roots in the the Hans Christian Anderson story “Snow Queen” and has roots back to the days when Walt Disney himself still ran the… Read More »Walt Disney Animation Studios to get Frozen