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Pictures ' Wonder Woman. Princess Elsa of Arendelle possesses magical powers that allow her to control and create ice and snow, often using them to play with her younger sister, Anna.
After Elsa accidentally injures Anna with her magic, their parents, the King and Queen, take both siblings to a colony of trolls led by Grand Pabbie.
He heals Anna, but alters her memories so that she forgets about Elsa's magic. Grand Pabbie warns Elsa that she must learn to control her powers, and that fear will be her greatest enemy.
The King and Queen isolate both sisters within the castle, closing the castle gates to their subjects. In an effort to protect her sister from her increasingly unpredictable powers, Elsa ceases all contact with Anna, creating a rift between them.
When the sisters are teenagers, their parents are lost at sea during a storm. Following her 21st birthday, Elsa is to be crowned queen of Arendelle.
She is afraid that the kingdom's citizens might find out about her powers and fear her. The castle gates open to the public and visiting dignitaries for the first time in years.
Among them are the scheming Duke of Weselton and the dashing Prince Hans of the Southern Isles, with whom Anna falls in love at first sight.
Elsa's coronation takes place without incident, but she still remains distant from Anna. Anna and Hans develop a romantic connection during the coronation festivities, and he impulsively proposes to her, but Elsa objects when they seek her blessing.
Hurt and confused, Anna protests, begging Elsa to explain her fear and isolation. The emotional strain causes Elsa to accidentally unleash her powers before the court.
Branded a monster by the Duke, Elsa flees to the North Mountain, where she finally acknowledges her powers, building an ice palace in which to live a hermit life.
In the process, her magic unintentionally engulfs Arendelle in an eternal winter. Anna ventures out to find Elsa and end the winter, leaving Hans in command.
She gets lost, collecting supplies at Wandering Oaken's shop. She meets an iceman named Kristoff and his reindeer , Sven, convincing them to take her to the mountains.
An attack by wolves leads to Kristoff's sleigh being destroyed. On foot, they meet Olaf , a cheerful snowman brought to life unknowingly by Elsa, who offers to lead them to her.
When Anna's horse returns to Arendelle without her, Hans sets out to find Anna and Elsa, accompanied by the Duke's minions, who have secret orders to kill Elsa.
Reaching the ice palace, Anna meets Elsa. When Anna reveals what has become of Arendelle, a horrified Elsa confesses she does not know how to undo her magic.
Her fear causes her powers to manifest themselves once more and she accidentally freezes Anna's heart, seriously injuring her.
Elsa then creates a giant snow monster named Marshmallow, who chases Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf away. Realizing the effects of Elsa's spell on Anna, Kristoff takes her to the trolls, his adoptive family.
Grand Pabbie reveals that Anna will freeze solid unless "an act of true love" reverses the spell. Kristoff races Anna back home so Hans can give her true love's kiss.
Hans and his men reach Elsa's palace, defeating Marshmallow and capturing Elsa. Anna is delivered to Hans, but rather than kissing her, Hans instead reveals that he has actually been plotting to seize the throne of Arendelle by eliminating both sisters.
Hans locks Anna in a room to die, and then manipulates the dignitaries into believing that Elsa killed her, but not before they were married.
He orders the queen's execution, only to discover she has escaped her detention cell. Olaf frees Anna, and they venture into the blizzard outside to meet Kristoff, who Olaf has revealed is in love with her.
Hans confronts Elsa outside, claiming that she killed Anna, causing Elsa to break down and abruptly stop the storm.
Anna spots Hans about to kill Elsa; she leaps in the way and freezes solid, stopping Hans. Devastated, Elsa hugs and mourns over her sister, who thaws out, her heroism constituting "an act of true love".
Realizing that love is the key to controlling her magic, Elsa ends the winter and gives Olaf his own snow flurry to survive the warmer climate.
Hans is arrested and exiled from the kingdom for his attempted assassination, while the Duke's trade links with Arendelle are cut off.
Anna gives Kristoff a new sleigh and the two kiss. The sisters are reunited and Elsa promises never to lock the castle gates again. In a post credits scene, Marshmallow finds Elsa's discarded crown.
Marshmallow places the crown on top of its head and smiles. Non-speaking characters include Kristoff's reindeer companion Sven, horses, and wolves.
However, the studio encountered difficulty with The Snow Queen , as it could not find a way to adapt and relate the Snow Queen character to modern audiences.
After the United States entered World War II , Disney focused on making wartime propaganda , which caused development on the Disney—Goldwyn project to grind to a halt in All of Andersen's fairy tales were, instead, told in song and ballet in live-action, like the rest of the film.
It went on to receive six Academy Award nominations the following year. In the late s,  Walt Disney Feature Animation started developing a new adaptation of The Snow Queen after the tremendous success of their recent films during the Disney Renaissance era — , but the project was scrapped completely in late , when Glen Keane reportedly quit the project  and went on to work on another project which became Tangled Even before then, Harvey Fierstein pitched his version of the story to Disney's executives, but was turned down.
The next attempt started in , when Lasseter was able to convince Chris Buck who co-directed the film Tarzan for the studio to return to Walt Disney Animation Studios from Sony Pictures Animation where he had recently co-directed the Oscar-nominated film Surf's Up ; that September, Buck pitched several ideas to Lasseter, one of which was The Snow Queen.
On December 22, , following the success of Tangled , Disney announced a new title for the film, Frozen , and a release date of November 27, After Disney decided to advance The Snow Queen into development again, one of the main challenges Buck and Del Vecho faced was the character of the Snow Queen, who was then a villain in their drafts.
Buck and Del Vecho presented their storyboards to Lasseter, and the entire production team adjourned to a conference to hear his thoughts on the project.
But the characters didn't resonate. They aren't multi-faceted. Which is why John felt that audiences wouldn't really be able to connect with them.
The production team then addressed the film's problems, drafting several variations on The Snow Queen story until the characters and story felt relevant.
At that stage, the first major breakthrough was the decision to rewrite the film's protagonist , Anna who was based on the Gerda character from The Snow Queen , as the younger sibling of Elsa, thereby effectively establishing a family dynamic between the characters.
While developing the story, Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck drew influence from several sources. They said the biggest influence on the film was the country of Norway, when the art department visited the country, drawing inspiration from the country's culture and environment.
They also cited the influence of several films, including Hayao Miyazaki 's anime productions along with the David Lean productions Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago , stating that they were inspired by their sense of "epic adventure and that big scope and scale and then the intimacy of funny quirky characters.
According to Lee, several core concepts were already in place, such as the film's "frozen heart" hook : "That was a concept and the phrase If you do[,] it will be great.
If you don't, it will suck". In the original, Elsa had been evil from the start, kidnapping Anna from her own wedding to intentionally freeze her heart and later descending upon the town with an army of snowmen.
A breakthrough was the composition of the song "Let It Go" by Lopez and Anderson-Lopez, which forced a reimagining of Elsa as a more complex, vulnerable, and sympathetic character.
So that was when we really found the movie and who these characters were". Another breakthrough was developing the plot twist that Prince Hans, having not even been in the first drafts, would be revealed as the true villain only near the end.
Because the minute it is [understood,] it deflated. Lee had to work through how to write Anna's personality; some of her colleagues felt Anna should be more dysfunctional and co-dependent.
No more than that. No less than that. The team also turned Olaf from Elsa's obnoxious sidekick into Anna's comically innocent one. At the story meeting where Ripa pitched his take on the story, Lasseter said, "I've never seen anything like that before", followed by a standing ovation.
Given Lee's extensive involvement in the development process,  she was promoted to co-director by studio heads Lasseter and Catmull in August ,   which was announced that November,  making Lee the first woman to direct a full-length animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios.
By November , the team thought they had finally "cracked" the film's story,  : but according to Del Vecho, in late February it was realized that it still "wasn't working", which necessitated more rewriting from February through June But that was close.
In hindsight, piece of cake, but during, it was a big struggle. Actress Kristen Bell was cast as the voice of Anna on March 5, Their posture was too good and they were too well-spoken, and I feel like I really made this girl much more relatable and weirder and scrappier and more excitable and awkward.
I'm really proud of that. Idina Menzel , a Broadway veteran, was cast as Elsa. Menzel had formerly auditioned for Tangled , but did not get the part.
However, Tangled ' s casting director, Jamie Sparer Roberts, preserved a recording of Menzel's performance on her iPhone, and on the basis of that, asked her to audition along with Bell for Frozen.
Similar to Tangled , Frozen employed a unique artistic style by blending together features of both computer-generated imagery CGI and traditional hand-drawn animation.
To create the look of Frozen , Giaimo began pre-production research by reading extensively about the entire region of Scandinavia and visiting the Danish-themed city of Solvang near Los Angeles, but eventually zeroed in on Norway in particular because "80 percent" of the visuals that appealed to him were from Norway.
It was important to see the scope and scale of Norway, and important for our animators to know what it's like," Del Vecho said.
During , while Giaimo and the animators and artists conducted preparatory research and developed the film's overall look, the production team was still struggling to develop a compelling script, as explained above.
That problem was not adequately solved until November ,  : and the script would later require even more significant revisions after that point.
Del Vecho explained how the film's animation team was organized: "On this movie we do have character leads, supervising animators on specific characters.
The animators themselves may work on multiple characters but it's always under one lead. I think it was different on Tangled , for example, but we chose to do it this way as we wanted one person to fully understand and develop their own character and then be able to impart that to the crew.
Hyrum Osmond, the supervising animator on Olaf, is quiet but he has a funny, wacky personality so we knew he'd bring a lot of comedy to it; Anna's animator, Becky Bresee , it's her first time leading a character and we wanted her to lead Anna.
This helped her discover elements that made the scene feel real and believable. Regarding the look and nature of the film's cinematography , Giaimo was greatly influenced by Jack Cardiff's work in Black Narcissus According to him, it lent a hyper-reality to the film: "Because this is a movie with such scale and we have the Norwegian fjords to draw from, I really wanted to explore the depth.
From a design perspective, since I was stressing the horizontal and vertical aspects, and what the fjords provide, it was perfect.
We encased the sibling story in scale. It was also Giaimo's idea that Frozen should be produced in the CinemaScope widescreen process, which was approved by Lasseter.
Giaimo also wanted to ensure that Norway's fjords, architecture and rosemaling folk art, were critical factors in designing the environment of Arendelle.
Giaimo, whose background is in traditional animation, said that the art design environment represents a unity of character and environment and that he originally wanted to incorporate saturated colors, which is typically ill-advised in computer animation.
Another important issue Giaimo insisted on addressing was costumes, in that he "knew from the start" it would be a "costume film.
During production, the film's English title was changed from The Snow Queen to Frozen , a decision that drew comparisons to another Disney film, Tangled.
Peter Del Vecho explained that "the title Frozen came up independently of the title Tangled. It's because, to us, it represents the movie.
Frozen plays on the level of ice and snow but also the frozen relationship, the frozen heart that has to be thawed.
We don't think of comparisons between Tangled and Frozen , though. Maybe there's a richness to The Snow Queen in the country's heritage and they just wanted to emphasize that.
The studio also developed several new tools to generate realistic and believable shots, particularly the heavy and deep snow and its interactions with the characters.
Disney wanted an "all-encompassing" and organic tool to provide snow effects but not require switching between different methods.
Kenneth Libbrecht, a professor from the California Institute of Technology , was invited to give lectures to the effects group on how snow and ice form, and why snowflakes are unique.
Another challenge that the studio had to face was to deliver shots of heavy and deep snow that both interacted believably with characters and had a realistic sticky quality.
It breaks apart. It can be compressed into snowballs. All of these different effects are very difficult to capture simultaneously.
The tool was capable of depicting realistic snow in a virtual environment and was used in at least 43 scenes in the film, including several key sequences.
Since snow doesn't have any connections, it doesn't have a mesh, it can break very easily. So that was an important property we took advantage of," explained Selle.
It's very organic how that happens. Other tools designed to help artists complete complicated effects included Spaces , which allowed Olaf's deconstructible parts to be moved around and rebuilt, Flourish , which allowed extra movement such as leaves and twigs to be art-directed; Snow Batcher , which helped preview the final look of the snow, especially when characters were interacting with an area of snow by walking through a volume, and Tonic , which enabled artists to sculpt their characters' hair as procedural volumes.
Its complexity required 30 hours to render each frame, with 4, computers rendering one frame at a time.
Besides 3D effects, the filmmakers also used 2D artwork and drawings for specific elements and sequences in the film, including Elsa's magic and snow sculptures, as well as freezing fountains and floors.
The setting was principally based on Norway, and the cultural influences in the film come from Scandinavian culture. Numerous other typical cultural Scandinavian elements are also included in the film, such as stave churches ,  trolls,  Viking ships , a hot spring , Fjord horses ,  clothes ,  and food such as lutefisk.
The filmmakers' trip to Norway provided essential knowledge for the animators to come up with the design aesthetic for the film in terms of color, light, and atmosphere.
According to Giaimo, there were three important factors that they had acquired from the Norway research trip: the fjords and the massive vertical rock formations characteristic of fjords, which serve as the setting for the secluded kingdom of Arendelle; the medieval stave churches, whose rustic triangular rooflines and shingles inspired the castle compound; and the rosemaling folk art, whose distinctive paneling and grid patterns informed the architecture, decor, and costumes.
About 23 minutes of the film are dedicated to their musical numbers. Seven of the 17 that did not make it were later released on the deluxe edition soundtrack.
In February , Christophe Beck was hired to score the film, following his work on Paperman , a Disney animated short film released the year prior to Frozen.
Under the supervision of sound engineer David Boucher, the lead cast members began recording the film's vocal tracks in October at the Sunset Sound recording studio in Hollywood before the songs had been orchestrated, meaning they heard only Lopez's demo piano track in their headphones as they sang.
Disney Animation Building in Burbank under the supervision of original dialogue mixer Gabriel Guy, who also mixed the film's sound effects.
Lopez and Anderson-Lopez's piano-vocal scores for the songs along with the vocal tracks were sent to Salem, Oregon -based Dave Metzger for arrangement and orchestration ;   Metzger also orchestrated a significant portion of Beck's score.
The trio's goal "was to create a cohesive musical journey from beginning to end. Pictures studio lot in Burbank by an piece orchestra, featuring 32 vocalists, including native Norwegian Christine Hals.
Boucher mixed the songs at the Eastwood stage, while Stone mixed the score at Beck's personal studio in Santa Monica, California.
Regarding the sound of Frozen , director Jennifer Lee stated that sound played a huge part in making the film "visceral" and "transported"; she explained, "[i]n letting it tell the story emotionally, the sound of the ice when it's at its most dangerous just makes you shudder.
To obtain certain snow and ice sound effects, sound designer Odin Benitez traveled to Mammoth Mountain , California, to record them at a frozen lake.
Pictures lot by a Warner Bros. Although the vocals, music, sound effects, and almost all the dialogue were all recorded elsewhere, the final re-recording mix to Dolby Atmos format was performed at the Disney lot by Casey E.
Fluhr of Disney Digital Studio Services. Like other Disney media products which are often localized through Disney Character Voices International , Frozen was translated and dubbed into 41 languages compared with only 15 for The Lion King.
And then you have to go back and adjust for lip sync! Since , some local TV stations and independent studios have been dubbing the movie in their local languages, creating some unofficial dubs.
Frozen was released theatrically in the United States on November 27, , and it was accompanied by the new Mickey Mouse animated short film, Get a Horse!
On January 31, , a sing-along version of Frozen was released in 2, theaters in the United States. It featured on-screen lyrics, and viewers were invited to follow the bouncing snowflake and sing along with the songs from the film.
In Japanese-dubbed versions, Japanese lyrics of the songs appeared on screen for audiences to sing along with the characters.
Frozen also holds the records for highest number of home video units sold on the first official day of sales and in the first official week of sales in Japan.
Following an announcement on August 12, , a sing-along reissue of Frozen was released via DVD and digital download on November 18, In late December , The Walt Disney Company filed a trademark infringement lawsuit in California federal court against Phase 4 Films , seeking an injunction against the continued distribution of the Canadian film The Legend of Sarila , which had been retitled Frozen Land in the United States and had a logo similar to the Disney film.
According to copyright infringement -tracking site Excipio, Frozen was the second most pirated film of , behind The Wolf of Wall Street , with over Frozen became Fandango's top advance ticket seller among original animated films, ahead of previous record-holder Brave ,  and became the top-selling animated film in the company's history in late January In North America, Frozen is the twenty-sixth-highest-grossing film ,  the third-highest-grossing film,  the fifth-highest-grossing animated film,  the highest-grossing animated film, the twelfth-highest-grossing 3-D film,  and the second-highest-grossing Walt Disney Animation Studios film.
Frozen is the ninth-highest-grossing film,  the highest-grossing animated film,   and the highest-grossing film. Ray Subers, writing for Box Office Mojo , compared the film to Disney's animated feature Tangled by saying that the film's story was not as "immediately interesting" and that "marketing has yet to sell this to boys the way Tangled did".
Clayton Dillard of Slant Magazine commented that while the trailers made the film seem "pallid," positive critical reviews could attract interest from both "core demographics" and adult audiences, and therefore he believed Frozen stood a good chance of surpassing Tangled ' s Thanksgiving three-day opening record.
When Frozen became a box office success, Bilge Ebiri of Vulture analyzed the film's elements and suggested eight factors that might have led to its success.
Scott Davis of Forbes credited the film's commercial success to its marketing aimed at both sexes, and to the success of its soundtrack.
The commercial success of Frozen in Japan was considered to be a phenomenon  which received widespread media coverage. Released in that market as Anna and the Snow Queen ,   the film increased its gross each week in its three first weeks of release, and only started to drop in the fourth; while other films usually peak in the opening week and decline in the latter ones.
We found the perfect match in Takako Matsu and Sayaka Kanda , and they really added a whole new dimension to the storytelling.
When asked about the success of Frozen , director Chris Buck stated: "We never expected anything like this. We just hoped to make a movie that did as well as Tangled!
I hoped the audience would embrace it and respond to it, but there's no way we could have predicted this.
Usually you do a project and it has its moment. This just feels like it keeps going. Frozen opened to positive reviews,  with several critics comparing it favorably to the films of the Disney Renaissance, particularly The Little Mermaid , Beauty and the Beast , Aladdin , and The Lion King.
The site's critical consensus reads: "Beautifully animated, smartly written, and stocked with singalong songs, Frozen adds another worthy entry to the Disney canon.
Alonso Duralde of TheWrap wrote that the film is "the best animated musical to come out of Disney since the tragic death of lyricist Howard Ashman , whose work on The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast helped build the studio's modern animated division into what it is today.
Its first and third acts are better than the jokey middle, but this is the rare example of a Walt Disney Animation Studios effort that reaches as deep as a Pixar film.
It's also a just plain terrific bit of family entertainment. The Los Angeles Times extolled the film's ensemble voice talent and elaborate musical sequences, and declared Frozen was "a welcome return to greatness for Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Hot on the heels of the 90th anniversary, it's impossible to imagine a more perfect celebration of everything Disney is at its best.
That's almost but not quite enough to make up for the somewhat slack plotting and the generic nature of the main characters.
Neither princess here is a patch on Tangled ' s babe-in-the-woods Rapunzel, while both Hans and Kristoff are cut from pretty standard-issue hero cloth until a reasonably surprising third-act twist somewhat ups the ante.
Only Olaf is unimpeachable: Get this snowman a spinoff feature to call his own. Louis Post-Dispatch also criticized the story as the film's weakest point.
Allegations of sexism occurred following a statement by Lino DiSalvo, the film's head of animation, who said to Fan Voice's Jenna Busch: "Historically speaking, animating female characters are really, really difficult, because they have to go through these range of emotions, but you have to keep them pretty.
I felt horrible for him," she said. People didn't get back to me for comments and the sad thing is that's the way the internet works. They don't want the truth.
Several viewers outside the film industry, such as evangelical pastors    and commentators,  argued that Frozen promotes normalization of homosexuality , while others believed that the main character, Elsa, represents a positive image of LGBT youth, viewing the film and the song "Let It Go" as a metaphor for coming out.
But at the same time I feel like once we hand the film over, it belongs to the world, so I don't like to say anything, and let the fans talk.
I think it's up to them. Because each replay or new performance of the song restarts the statute of limitations clock, Ciero was told he could amend his original complaint to address only those infringements within the three-year timeframe.
Frozen was nominated for various awards and won a number of them, including several for Best Animated Feature. The song "Let It Go" was particularly praised.
During the spring and summer of , several journalists observed that Frozen was unusually catchy in comparison to the vast majority of films, in that many children in both the U.
Those who have disclosed that they are the parent of a Frozen -obsessed child include former UK prime minister David Cameron , [ citation needed ] as well as actors Amy Adams ,  Ben Affleck ,  Kevin Costner ,  and Vince Vaughn.
In May, columnist Joel Stein of Time magazine wrote about his young son Laszlo's frustration with the inescapable "cultural assault" of Frozen at preschool and all social and extracurricular activities, and how he had arranged for a Skype call with lead actress Bell after Laszlo began asking why the film was made.
No pun intended. In a mid-year report of the most-used baby names conducted by BabyCenter , Elsa was ranked 88; it was the first time the name had appeared on the site's chart.
Vice president of Disney UK Anna Hill later commented that "We're delighted that Elsa is a popular name for babies and it's lovely to hear that for many families, it is actually their siblings who have chosen it," and that "Elsa's fight to overcome her fears and the powerful strength of the family bond" were relatable to many families.
After Disney announced in March that a feature-length sequel was in development, Agence France-Presse and the Toronto Star both published stories gently mocking the horror of parents everywhere at the news that another Frozen "sensory and financial assault" was in the pipeline.
In January , Iger announced that Frozen would be adapted into a Broadway stage musical. Meanwhile, the producers of Once Upon a Time made by Disney-owned ABC Studios independently conceived of and obtained authorization from both ABC and Disney for a Frozen -inspired crossover story arc in the show's fourth season , which was first revealed at the end of the show's third season in May , which was broadcast in fall It was later revealed by John Lasseter in June that the minute special would instead receive a limited time  theatrical release.
In addition, Arendelle was featured as a world in the video game Kingdom Hearts III , which adapts the plot of the film.
The film's voice cast reprise their roles for the game. On March 12, , Disney officially announced that a feature-length sequel to Frozen was in development with Buck and Lee returning as directors, and Del Vecho returning as producer.
Brown were revealed to be in talks to join Frozen 2 , while it was confirmed that Bell, Menzel, and Gad would reprise their roles in the sequel.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Chris Buck Jennifer Lee. For us the breakthrough came when we tried to give really human qualities to the Snow Queen.
When we decided to make the Snow Queen Elsa and our protagonist Anna sisters, that gave a way to relate to the characters in a way that conveyed what each was going through and that would relate for today's audiences.
This film has a lot of complicated characters and complicated relationships in it. There are times when Elsa does villainous things but because you understand where it comes from, from this desire to defend herself, you can always relate to her.
There is snow and there is ice and there is a Queen, but other than that, we depart from it quite a bit. We do try to bring scope and the scale that you would expect but do it in a way that we can understand the characters and relate to them.
Frozen is "a bit of a feminist movie for Disney. It has everything, but it's essentially about sisterhood. It's such a great relationship to have in movies, especially for young kids.
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This curious and cute salamander inhabits the Enchanted Forest. Though shy at first, Bruni can't help but be drawn to Elsa's icy magic.
A member of the Northuldra, Honeymaren is a true free spirit and wants nothing more than to bring peace to the enchanted forest.