We’ve known that Disney was planning on bringing Frozen to the big screen, but little information had been released.  Now the company has released the official synopsis, and release date for the computer-animated feature film.

Frozen, directed by Chris Buck, and produced by Peter Del Vecho, is scheduled to arrive in theaters in November 27, 2013. The movie stars Kristen Bell, as Anna, who goes on an adventure to find the Snow Queen and free the kingdom from an eternal winter.  Along with Bell, Idina Menzel provides her voice talents as the Snow Queen, along with music composed by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.

While we haven’t seen the Wreck-It Ralph final product, Disney has done a fairly decent job with its 3D animated movies, as Tangled really impressed, and the Disney Fairies series is really solid.  With Kristen Bell voicing the hero, I have high hopes this will be a big feather in the cap of the House of Mouse.

via Disney

 

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  1. June 12, 2012 at 5:40 pm — Reply

    This sounds awesome, and like you said, keeping Tangled (and for me, Meet the Robinsons) in mind, Disney does good non-Pixar 3D. Let’s hope the marketing twits don’t write it off because The Snow Queen’s plot isn’t “boy-centric” enough; they LOVE to do that.

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