Walt Disney Animation Studios is bringing to the theaters this holiday season a Christmas themed movie named Frozen 3D. Anna, the main character voiced by Kristen Bell, is on a quest to find her sister Esla, the Queen of Arrendelle, who is voiced by Idina Menzel. The greatest difference between the two is that Esla has icy magical powers which she used to trap the kingdom of Arrendele in an eternal winter.
Like most, if not all Disney stories, there is a prince charming named Kristoff, voiced by Johnathan Groff who joins Anna on her journey along with other cute characters such as an allergic and funny snowman named Olaf and the faithful reindeer-dog Sven.
Like Tangled, Frozen was supposed to be originally a hand-drawn movie. However, while The Princess and The Frog was a great hand-drawn Disney movie, it did not get the popularity and success it deserved. The official Frozen trailer only shows Sven and Olaf in a funny and cute scenario. While a speculation, one can assume that having a princess-like character as the lead does bring a bigger female target audience than a male one. An easy to find graph could solve that. Anyways, the point I am trying to get at is that both Tangled and Frozen are focused on female characters and their trailers do not portray that. Tangled focused more on the male character in the trailer and Frozen does not even display Anna, nor her sister. Then again, there are more trailers to come out for Frozen 3D. The Princess and The Frog is on the other spectrum when it comes to the trailers.
That said, Frozen does look like the next 3D animation to look forward to. A good story with great animations and environments, good seasonal timing and easy to get attached to characters is a good combination for success and a very enjoyable movie to watch.
Frozen 3D will be released on November 27, 2013.