The official trailer for Frozen has arrived and it is EPIC-ally cute!
Frozen is an animated comedy from Walt Disney Animation Studios, the makers of Tangled and so many more awesome films and is loosely based on the Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale The Snow Queen. The film stars the voices of Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars) as lead heroine Anna; Alan Tudyk (Suburgatory and the original British comedy Death at a Funeral) as the Duke of Weselton; Jonathan Groff (Glee) as mountain man Kristoff, Josh Gad (21 and Jobs) as Olaf the snowman and Idina Menzel (Enchanted and Glee) as Elsa, the Snow Queen and Anna’s elder sister.
The synopsis on IMDB reads as follows,
Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter.
Check out these cute moments from the trailer!
Anna [shivering]: “Cold, cold, cold, cold, cold, cold, cold, cold.”
Kristoff: “You wanna talk about a problem? I sell ice for a living.”
Anna: “Oooh, that’s a rough business to be in now.” [laughs] “Uhm … I mean … that is really unfortunate.”
The Duke: “My lady.” [The boat tips over and the Duke saves her and the two are in an embrace]
The Duke: “Woah … woah.”
Anna: “This is awkward, not you’re awkward, but just cos .. we’re … I’m awkward, you’re gorgeous. Wait, what?”
Kristoff: “Hang on!”
Anna: “I like fast!” [puts her feet up and relaxes]
Kristoff: “Oh woah, woah, woah, woah, get your feet down. This is fresh lacquer, seriously, where you born in a barn?”
[Kristoff spits to clean the lacquer]
[Anna gets hit by an evil snow man] Anna: “It is not nice to throw snow, people!”
Kristoff: “Hey, hey, slow down feisty pants, just let the snow man be!”
Anna: “I’m calm, I’m calm.” [turns around, and then turns back and throws a snow ball]
Kristoff: “Oh, come on!”
Anna: “Olaf, you’re melting.”
Olaf: “Some people are worth melting for.”
[can we get an awwwwwww]
Olaf: “I can’t feel my legs, I can’t feel my legs … “
Kristoff: “Those are my legs.”
[Olaf’s base rolls over] Olaf: “Ay, do me a favour, grab my butt.”
[Kristoff reattaches Olaf] Olaf: “Oh, that feels much better.”
Frozen is directed by Chris Buck (Tarzan, Surf’s Up) and Jennifer Lee, who wrote the screenplay for Wreck-It-Ralph, and shares writing credits for Frozen with Shane Morris. Frozen is out in theatres on December 6, 2013.