It was produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.
'Frozen' is very loosely based upon Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Snow Queen.
'Frozen' tells the tale of two princesses, Elsa and Anna. Elsa is a troubled girl because she has a mysterious power to freeze things with just a look. The problem is that Elsa also tends to freeze things in moments of anger or stress or, well, just by accident. Anna loves her sister, but Elsa becomes dangerous and their parents lock Elsa away for everyone's protection.
Elsa eventually becomes Queen after their parents die at sea.
After her coronation, though, she and Anna have a dispute about whether Anna may get married to Prince Hans, an eligible bachelor from a neighboring kingdom.
During their dispute, Elsa once again loses control and unleashes her powers in public. Mortified, Elsa then runs away and builds her own ice palace far away.
Elsa froze the entire kingdom before she left, and only she can un-freeze it. Anna decides to go looking for Elsa to solve that problem and restore their sisterly bond.
She enlists the assistance of a mountain man, Kristoff, and his reindeer Sven. They track down Elsa and convince her to return to their home. Along the way, they meet Olaf, a snowman who Elsa accidentally created.
They all return to their home, Arendelle, but it turns out that Elsa was right about Hans, and that he is no good. Elsa finally realizes that love is the key to controlling her ice powers.
The stars of 'Frozen' are Kristin Bell as Anna, Idina Menzel as Elsa, Jonathan Goff as Kristoff, Josh Gad as Olaf and Santino Fontana as Prince Hans.
'Frozen' has earned over $400 million in North America and over $1 billion worldwide. It set many major records, including earning more on its initial run than any other non-sequel animated feature film in history.
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