Ready for some more Frozen goodness? Stitch Kingdom has released three new videos showing off some behind the scenes development for Frozen. Of course, the videos contains plot spoilers, so if you want to keep everything a surprise when you see the film, you may not want to watch these videos.
This video is entirely focused on voice recording. It displays some of the great chemistry between Kristen Bell (Anna) and Idina Menzel (Elsa). Also featured are Jonathan Groff (Kristoff) and Josh Gad (Olaf), whose improv skills seem to be at full force in this short clip. Santino Fontana (Hans) and Alan Tudyk (Duke of Weselton) are also included in this video. Directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee are also in the video, shown setting up the story and motives for the characters.
Here’s the second video, which focuses on recording some of the songs from the movie:
This clip features the songs “Fixer Upper,” “For The First Time In Forever,” “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” and “Love Is An Open Door.” It also shows Christophe Beck, composer of Frozen’s score, working with Robert Lopez and Kristen-Anderson Lopez to make the score and the songs cohesive with each other.
The third clip focuses on animation. It shows Disney animators using hand-drawn animation to test out characters’ movements and behavior. It also shows the animators working with their CG character rig, as well as the directors giving feedback on the progress of the animation.
Disney’s newest animated adventure Frozen hits US theaters on November 27th, exactly one month from today. Stay tuned for more as the film’s release date inches closer!