October is the month of Frozen at Disney +, and today we have the premiere of the anticipated movie “Frozen 2: The Kingdom of Ice”, as well as the availability of the original “Much More Beyond: Making of Frozen 2: The Kingdom of Ice “.
“Once Upon a Snowman,” the new short film about Olaf’s origins, will make its world exclusive debut at Disney + on October 23.
Frozen 2: Ice Kingdom, is the second most watched animated film in the world, and it takes place three years after the first adventure of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven. The group now leaves Arandelle in search of an enchanted place that hides the secret of the origin of Elsa’s magical powers, following a mysterious voice that has tormented her. Understanding your own powers will help calm Queen Elsa’s heart and save Arandelle.
Frozen 2: Ice Kingdom is now on Disney +
Today, the six-episode documentary series “Much More Beyond: Making of Frozen 2: Ice Kingdom” was also available, which tracks the challenges and creative processes involved in making the acclaimed film. The series follows the discoveries and frustrations experienced by director, screenwriter and creative director Jennifer Lee, director Chris Buck, producer Peter Del Vecho, composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, talented protagonists, artists and technicians. one year before the film’s premiere.
“Once Upon a Snowman” is a new Disney original +, a short film in which we learn about the origin of Olaf, the innocent and insightful snowman; what happened to him after Elsa created him and Anna and Kristoff found him; and find out why you love summer so much… In this short film slated for the world premiere on October 23, we see the first steps that led to Olaf’s existence as he searches for his identity in the frozen mountains from Arendelle. The short was directed by Trent Correy (supervisor of Olaf’s animation in “Frozen 2: The Ice Kingdom”) and Dan Abraham (responsible for the storyboard of the musical sequence “When I’m Old” in “Frozen 2 : The Ice Kingdom “”).
For those who don’t know, Disney + is already officially operating in Portugal, and costs € 6.99 per month, or € 69.99 per year. For more information, or for a subscription, simply access here.
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