Frozen ( Frozen – The Kingdom of Ice ( title in Portugal ) or frozen – An Adventure Freezing ( title in Brazil ) ) is an animated movie musical American, the 53 animated of Disney Classics produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. Inspired by the fairy tale The Snow Queen of Hans Christian Andersen, chronicles the misadventures of the royal sisters Arendelle. The Younger Princess Anna ( Kristen Bell), set out on a journey with Kristoff ( Jonathan Groff ), a mountain man, his loyal pet reindeer (Sven) and Olaf ( Josh Gad ), a snowman who dreams of experiencing the summer, to meet his sister the Queen. Elsa ( Idina Menzel ), whose freezing powers have transformed her kingdom into an eternal winter.
The Snow Queen story has been in development at Disney Animation for much of its history: 74 years, but none of the versions envisioned during this long period came out of the paper, because the writers didn’t know how to make the audience relate to the characters. little believable and develop the abstract personality of the Snow Queen. The project was revitalized in 2011, when Chris Buck was chosen for directing and it was decided that the Snow Queen would be the sister of the heroine (Anna), creating a real relationship for the two main characters. In 2012, Jennifer Lee took over the script and directing, and along with the songs of Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, would be responsible for establishing a human personality for the Snow Queen, Elsa, who until then was a one-dimensional villain. Later this year, the initial title The Snow Queen ( The Snow Queen ) was changed to Frozen.
Frozen premiered on November 27, 2013, and was met with critical acclaim and the general public. The film was considered the best animation in the studio since the Disney Renaissance era. It grossed over $ 1.2 billion at the worldwide box office. It is the third highest-grossing non-sequel original film, the third highest-grossing in Japan’s history, the highest-grossing in the world of 2013, the highest-grossing animation of all time and the eleventh highest-grossing in history. Among several awards, he won the Oscar for best-animated film and best original song ( Let it Go )., the Golden Globe for best-animated film, five Annie Awards, and two Grammy Awards for Best Compiled Soundtrack for Visual Media and Best Written Song for Visual Media ( Let it Go ).
The film spawned a franchise successful, with books, games, comics, a show of Broadway to debut for 2018 a spin-off in short film , Frozen Fever (2015), and a sequential feature is being developed with a premiere for November 2019.