Frozen is an upcoming computer animated musical film produced by Walt Disney Animated Studios. It is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Snow Queen. It will be the 53rd animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. The film features the voices of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad.
The movie Disney’s “Frozen” is not out yet, but it is already getting great reviews. On Nov. 6, Variety posted about how this movie is doing what it can to be a great movie that is remembered. This movie wants to be thought of when people think of movies such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Little Mermaid.”
This movie is loosely based on the book “The Snow Queen.” It is not called a musical, but will have a lot of songs in it that you will remember and your kids will be singing all the way home. They did not spare any expense in making sure it all came out perfect.
If you have kids looking forward to this movie, check out free printables on this website. You can find coloring pages, mazes, and even a page to cut out the snowman and put it together. These are going to be a lot of fun!
You can watch the trailer below:
“Frozen” will hit theaters on November 27, 2013 everywhere.
“Maleficent is the untold story of Disney’s most famous heel from the 1959 exemplary Sleeping Beauty. An excellent, unadulterated hearten youthful lady, Maleficent has a pure life acting like an adult in a tranquil backwoods kingdom, until one day when an attacking armed force undermines the harmony of the area,” reads the summary. “Maleficent ascents to be the area’s fiercest defender, however she at last endures a savage disloyalty – a demonstration that starts to turn her immaculate heart to stone. Intent on revenge, Maleficent faces an epic fight with the attacking ruler’s successor and, subsequently, puts a curse upon his baby Aurora. “As the youngster develops, Maleficent understands that Aurora expects the way to remember peace in the kingdom – and maybe to Maleficent’s correct bliss too.” Disney live-activity handling chief Sean Bailey as of late said of the film: “We’ll see the occasions that drove her to be evil. The film will cross with scenes from the classic animated film. We at first meet Maleficent as a high school pixie and how she’s deceived.” Elle Fanning, Miranda Richardson, Imelda Staunton and Peter Capaldi additionally have parts in the film. It will be the directional presentation of Oscar-winning visual-impacts master Robert Stromberg. Maleficent is expected in silver screens July 2014.