Movie Facts About FROZEN: Disney’s FROZEN is setting new benchmarks for an animated movie on the box office window. It has thrashed the competition on the box office and still continues to do so. Many movies have come and gone, but Disney FROZEN is here to stay. Disney FROZEN has already collected approx. $250 million from US Box Office.
It is so entertaining that the audiences are watching is over and over again. If you haven’t watched it yet, you must grab and ticket and rush, because it’s a sublimely profound family entertainer. I have watched it, and it is already one of the TOP 10 ANIMATED MOVIES OF 2013 for me.
Disney FROZEN is one of the top movies of 2013.
Disney’s FROZEN is one of the finest works from the Disney Animation Studio. The characters are awesome, the voices are perfectly befitting, the visuals are jaw-breaking, and the direction is immaculate. Overall, FROZEN is a delightful piece of cinematic brilliance.
My impulse to know more about FROZEN led me to some amazing & interesting facts about FROZEN that I thought I should share with you as well. Therefore, I have a collection of 10 exciting movie facts about FROZEN that you didn’t know. These are the casting hazards, pre-production rumors or production fun-facts that happened during the filming of FROZEN.
Have a look at the awesome collection of amazing movie facts about Disney’s FROZEN and let me know which one interested you the most. Cheerio!
Here is the awesome collection of 10 amazing, exciting and interesting movie facts about FROZEN  from the house of Disney Animated Studio. Don’t forget to share these awesome facts of Disney FROZEN with your friends as well Enjoy!
Frozen Facts #1: Interestingly, Idina Menzel - the beautiful actress who has voiced for Elsa – had auditioned for Disney’s TANGLED, for the role of Repunzel in the movie. Although she wasn’t selected for Repunzel, however, he audition recording was saved by the casting director and she was then called upon to voice for Elsa in Disney FROZEN this year.
Frozen Facts #2: More interestingly, a live & living reindeer was brought into the Disney Animated Studio for all the animators of the movie to observe and remember the movements and the mannerisms of reindeer for the reindeer character Sven featured in the movie. According to the female Co-director of FROZEN Jennifer Lee, it was the most amazing moment during the animation & production for her.
Frozen Facts #3: Voicing for Anna was an incredibly happy moment for actress Kristen Bell. According to her, by recording for the voice of Anna, she has fulfilled her enduring wish to voice for an animated movie character ever since she saw The Little Mermaid (1989) and Aladdin (1992) when she was a kid. In her childhood, she had recorded her own voice for a couple of songs from THE LITTLE MERMAID – director Jennifer Lee tells that Kristen Bell’s childhood recording was an important reason why she was selected to voice for Anna.
Frozen Facts #4: Kristen Bell too had auditioned for the role of Rapunzel in Disney’s TANGLED. She wasn’t selected then but was considered in FROZEN for the role of Anna.
Frozen Facts #5: Jennifer Lee – the Co-director of Disney’s FROZEN – is the first female director to have directed a full-length Disney animated movie. No female director has ever directed a Disney animated movie before.
Frozen Facts #6: Surprisingly, FROZEN director Jennifer Lee had no prior animation experience of any sort – however, she was given a challenge to develop the characters and the story of Disney FROZEN with more intricacy for the screen. She also became the first female to write the entire screenplay for a Disney animated movie since Linda Woolverton for Beauty and the Beast (1991).
Frozen Facts #7: The character “Prince Hans” is named after the popular and influential Danish fairy-tale poet Hans Christian Andersen. Hans Christian Andersen has written fairy-tales like “The Red Shoes”, “The Steadfast Tin Soldier”, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, and the famous “The Little Mermaid”.
Frozen Facts #8: Disney FROZEN is based on “The Snow Queen” – the fairy tale by Danish poet Hans Christian Andersen.
Frozen Facts #9: Disney Animation Studio had tried several times to develop an animated movie from the fairy tale “The Snow Queen”, but it couldn’t succeed in doing so. Disney tried in 2002, 2009 and 2010. In 2010, it was titled as Disney’s “THE SNOW QUEEN”. The title was changed in 2013 to FROZEN in order to make it more appealing.
Frozen Facts #10: FROZEN is the directorial debut of director Jennifer Lee. She hasn’t directed any movie before that.
Bonus Fact: The fairy tale story “THE SNOW QUEEN”, on which Disney’s FROZEN is based, is the personal favorite fairy tale story of Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark Margrethe II.
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