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Amazing And Interesting Facts About The Movie, Frozen

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"Let it go......". Kids, even adults are still singing songs from Disney’s hit “Frozen”  with super gusto. Frozen is a cultural phenomenon and years after it’s release, it is still capturing the imagination of kids and adults all across the world. It just seems everyone still can’t seem to get enough of Elsa, Anna and the gang.
Frozen is the 53rd Disney animated feature film . Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen 's fairy tale " The Snow Queen ". It was met with strongly positive reviews from critics and audiences, with some film critics considering Frozen to be the best Disney animated feature film since the studio's renaissance era . The film was also a massive commercial success; it accumulated nearly $1.3 billion in worldwide box office revenue. Disney announced plans for a “Frozen 2,” much to the delight of children everywhere. While there is no official release date as of yet, it’s planned for 2018. Yeeesss.!!!!!! So with that gut, here are some amazing facts about movie "Frozen".

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  1. The characters of Hans, Kristoff, Anna and Sven are a reference to Hans Christian Andersen, the author of The Snow Queen. Say the names quickly in sequence and hear the similarity.
  2. During "Let It Go," Elsa releases the clasp on her purple cape, which the wind promptly takes away, far from the mountain. Purple is the traditional color of royalty; this moment can be seen as her "letting go" of the responsibilities of being a queen.
  3. Most impressive thing is, “Let It Go” was written in a day.
  4. Hans' horse, that prevents Anna from falling in the water early in the movie, is named "Sitron," Norwegian for "lemon."
  5. When Anna, Kristoff and Olaf arrive at Elsa's ice castle, Anna tells Olaf to give her a minute with Elsa alone. Olaf starts counting, with Kristoff joining the count shortly thereafter, as Anna enters. When Olaf enters, we hear him say "60" and it has indeed been one minute between when he started counting and when he enters.
  6. All the Disney Princesses have distinct similarities  good will towards all creatures, inner and outer beauty, beautiful singing voices…and they all rocked it at the box office. By that standard Anna and Elsa both fit the bill.
  7. There are currently 11 “official” Disney Princesses, but Anna and Elsa are expected to be added in short order and when they are, Elsa will become the eldest by a large margin. At 21 years old, she’s well ahead of the others who are all in their teens.
  8. Frozen's soundtrack has spent thirteen nonconsecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard 200.
  9. 50 people worked on the technology for the scene where Elsa builds her ice palace. One frame of the scene took 30 HOURS to render yet it only takes Elsa about 36 seconds to create the entire palace in the film.
  10. Also, Elsa's ice castle changes color with her emotions. Blue is happy, red is fear and yellow is anger.
  11. Since the release of the movie, the names Elsa and Anna have become very popular name choices for baby girls.
  12. Queen Elsa was originally supposed to be a villain. Thankfully they changed the story to make her misunderstood. The movie just wouldn't have been the same.
  13. After the creators heard “Let It Go” and it had such a good reception, they decided that the song was too inspirational to make Elsa the villain. The script was rewritten as her being a good character.
  14. Jennifer Lee is the first female to direct a full-length Disney animated feature film. She is also the second woman ever to solely write the screenplay for a Disney film since Linda Woolverton wrote Beauty and The Beast in 1991.
  15. Idina Menzel auditioned for the part of Rapunzel in Disney's previous fairytale, Tangled (2010). Even though Menzel didn't get the part, a Disney casting director recorded her audition and two years later, it got her the part of Elsa.
  16. A live reindeer was brought into the animating studio for animators to study its movements and mannerisms for the reindeer character, Sven. Co-director Jennifer Lee said it was the best moment during production for her.
  17. With the release of Frozen, Idina Menzel became the first person to voice/play two different Disney princesses. She voices Elsa in Frozen and Nancy, the "alternate princess" in Enchanted (2007).
  18. Anna singing 'Love is an Open Door' with Prince Hans is the first time a Disney princess has ever performed a duet with a villain.
  19. This wasn’t the first experience with frozen things for Kristen Bell, who voices Anna. In high school she worked at the TCBY frozen yogurt chain.
  20. In March, two firemen in Boston sang “Let It Go” to a girl stuck in an elevator to calm her down in order to rescue her.
  21. For the song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?", three different actresses respectively provided the singing voice of Anna: Katie Lopez as Young Anna, Agatha Lee Monn as Teenage Anna, and Kristen Bell as Anna.
  22. Agatha is the daughter of the film's writer/director Jennifer Lee and Katie is the daughter of its songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. In fact, Katie and her sister, Annie, sang the film's deleted song, "Spring Pageant", along with their parents.
  23. The crew used 312 character mock-ups in the movie. That’s more than any other Disney film.
  24. The names ‘Sven’ and ‘Olaf’ are actually the same names as characters from the movie In the scene whereJack wins his Titanic tickets in a poker game, the characters he plays with are ‘Sven’ and ‘Olaf’.
  25. Filmmakers hired celebrity hairstylist Danilo to advise on Elsa’s hair.
  26. Idina Menzel, who voiced Elsa, and Kristen Bell, who voiced Anna, read their scenes together because producers wanted to add to the chemistry. Reading voice-overs together is uncommon in animated films.
  27. Upon winning the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, Frozen (2013) became the first full-length Disney (non-Pixar) animated feature film to win the award for the category after the studio was nominated four times before. Frozen is also the first Disney animated feature film to win a Golden Globe since Tarzan (1999), also directed by Chris Buck.
  28. Frozen has been translated into 41 different languages, making it one of the most popular Disney films worldwide.
  29. The animation team made a snowflake generator program to build 2,000 different snowflake they could use. It was to make sure Frozen looked as realistic as possible.
  30. Elsa's impressive braid is made up of 420,000 CGI hairs and required a new software called Tonic to create . For perspective, there's about 100,000 hairs on the average human head and Rapunzel in Tangled only had around 27,000.
  31. Tourism in Norway has drastically increased since the film’s release. Searches for flights to Norway have also increased by 153%.
  32. The longest single frame in the movie took 132 hours to complete.
  33. In developing the movie, the crew started out working on the ending first and then working backwards.
  34. If you take a look at the end credits, you will see a disclaimer highlighting that Disney and the filmmakers do not endorse Kristoff’s view that all men eat boogers.
  35. Old Norse and Scandinavian Professor Jackson Crawford of UCLA was hired to ensure that the script had the right Norwegian words, accents, and phrases.
  36. Frozen is the highest grossing animated and musical film of all time, bringing in a worldwide box office gross of $1.3billion.
  37. Filmmakers traveled to Norway to get inspiration for the film’s landscapes. Members of the special effects team traveled to Wyoming to experience and understand how it felt to walk through deep snow.
  38. Frozen was the second most-pirated film of 2014 (behind The Wolf of Wall Street ), with over 29.9 million illegal downloads via torrent . Hey wait, then what is the most pirated film ever? It's James Camaron's Avatar.
  39. Due to the popularity of the film and the soundtrack, The movie was re-released to theaters as a sing-along version, complete with lyrics and a bouncing snowflake to allow the audience to follow along. This was released on January 31, 2014.
  40. By January 2015, Frozen had become the all-time best-selling Blu-ray Disc in the United States.

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