Those were posters that weren’t THAT sought after immediately. Like I don’t even think they sold out at the show. But in the years since, yes, got VERY popular and I know a lot of people who lined up Saturday morning went to PCC first to get some of the old ones.
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It felt like the logical first impression to us.
No, just oranges and red piece of paper.
Now leaves are falling in then room as the song continues. It’s Autumn after all.
Groff has a Sven doll. This feels like the opening of the movie. It’s that happy, upbeat. Some Things Never Change?
Gad, Bell, Menzel and Groff.
The cast is here now and are singing another song.
Just played a full scene, and song, from Frozen II. Elsa keeps hearing a “secret siren” in her head so she sings at it in a song that, I think, it called Into the Unknown? It’s very catchy and beautiful as she walks around the castle trying to figure out if she should follow the voice or ignore it.
Brief clip of Anna and Elsa’s mom singing them a lullaby. Then Mattias talking about growing up in their kingdom.
This story starts in the past though. The parents have a scene in this movie. Evan Rachel Wood voices their mother. A new character named Lt. Mattias is voiced Sterling K. Brown. They meet him in a mysterious woods they go to.
Frozen 1 and 2 work together to tell one complete story.
The number one question people had after Frozen was how did Elsa get her powers? And that sort of started the ball rolling. Where were their parents going? Why is Anna the way she is? Etc.
Chris Buck, co-director of Frozen II, says Lee has an incredible vision of the future of Disney Animation.