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Interesting Facts About Frozen

Interesting Facts About Frozen

It seems anyone has seen Frozen and listened to its powerful song “Let It Go” that once became your annoying LSS. Well, who hasn’t?

Frozen was released in 2013 and went on to become the highest grossing animated film of all time with over $1.287 billion in worldwide ticket sales. Not only that — it has launched a plethora of merchandise from DVD’s to clothes to plush toys… even waffle makers. Frozen-themed costumes and parties are also wildly popular.

Frozen is also considered as a groundbreaking animated film mainly because of the underlying themes of feminism and “girl power,” as well as the “act of true love” that is entirely different from the “true love” that you’ve seen in other animated Disney films.

Check out these Frozen facts that will surely melt your (not-so-frozen) heart…

Elsa builds her ice castle

1. Creating the scene, where Elsa builds her ice castle, took over 50 people, to make.

The Duke of Weselton

2. The Duke of Weselton was originally supposed to be a royal handler to the sisters, but this character role was changed shortly after the story developed.

Idina Menzel

3. The voice actress of Elsa, Idina Menzel, also auditioned for the role of Rapunzel in Tangled.

There are many Easter eggs and cameos in Frozen

4. There are many Easter eggs and cameos in Frozen, one of which includes the appearance of Rapunzel & Flynn Rider from Tangled.

The director of Big Hero 6, Chris Williams, was also the voice actor of Oaken.

5. The director of Big Hero 6, Chris Williams, was also the voice actor of Oaken.

Elsa’s signature snowflake can be seen in the eyes of Ana, when her body is frozen

6. Elsa’s signature snowflake can be seen in the eyes of Anna, when her body is frozen.

Originally, Elsa was intended to be the primary villain in Frozen.

7. Originally, Elsa was intended to be the primary villain in Frozen.

The oldest Disney princess is Elsa

8. The oldest Disney princess is Elsa, as she is the only one who is not portrayed as a teenager.

Josh Gad

9. The voice actor of Olaf, Josh Gad, improvised a majority of his character’s lines.

Kristoff

10. In one scene, Kristoff mentions that all men eat their boogers, but Disney was afraid of negative feedback, so they added a credit at the end of the movie addressing this. The credit reads, “The views and opinions expressed by Kristoff in the film that all men eat their own boogers are solely his own and do not represent the views or opinions of The Walt Disney Company.”

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