Disney’s Frozen has quickly reached classic status among fans around the world. To celebrate the how big the movie is on a global level, Disney has released this new version of the song “Let It Go” from the film in 25 different languages.
Here’s the Oscar ®-nominated hit “Let It Go” from the, a Golden Globe winning and Oscar ®-nominated animation film THE Eiskoenigin – FULLY NON FROZEN experience in a unique multi-language version of
the film is the way still to see in the movies – even in cool 3D! And from the 03 April 2014 there is the animation highlight then even at home – on Disney DVD, high-definition Blu-ray ™, 2 Disc Blu-Ray 3D ™ and as video on demand. sings the original version of Demi excellent! THE Snow Queen – FULLY NON FROZEN has been awarded a Golden Globe ® for “Best Animated Film” And now even nominated for an Oscar ®.! http://www.facebook.com/disneydeutsch … http://www. disney.de / Eiskoenigin Here’s more to see http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list = … Do not miss more: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvv3S … even more Funny pictures look: http://pinterest.com/WaltDisneyDE/die … About the film: Loosely inspired by the famous and popular fairy tale “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Andersen, tells the story of Disney’s THE Eiskoenigin fearless king’s daughter Anna, which – accompanied by the rugged outdoorsman Kristoff and his loyal friend, Sven – embarks on an adventurous journey to find her sister Elsa, imprison the Kingdom Arend Elle in eternal winter their icy powers. In an exciting race to the rescue of the Kingdom of Anna and Kristoff contend not only with the natural elements, they also encounter mystical trolls and the hilarious snowman Olaf, which is an indispensable companion on their journey. directed by Chris Buck (“Tarzan” , “Surf’s Up”) and Jennifer Lee (screenwriter “Ralph’s enough”) was THE Eiskoenigin modern presentation and in the tradition of the popular Disney classic masterpieces by Peter Del Vecho (“Winnie the Pooh”, produced “The Princess and the Frog”). With original songs penned by Tony ® winner Robert Lopez (“The Book of Mormon,” “Avenue Q”) and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (“In Transit”).