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Frozen on DVD March 18, 2014 starring Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff.

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Disney just announced the release dates for several upcoming films, including Frozen 2, the live-action adaptation of The Lion King and Star Wars: Episode IX.

With a Frozen sequel already in the works at Disney and Frozen mania finally starting.It turns out that the studio will unveil the new short in theaters on March 13, 2015, in front of their upcoming live.This is the first time in almost eight decades that Disney has decided to make an.Disney has just put out numerous release dates for upcoming films, and it has been announced that the highly anticipated Frozen 2 will be coming to theaters six years after the original.

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Disney has just announced details about their plans to release Frozen Fever.The mini-feature will precede showings of Coco starting November.

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The Frozen bonus features have been revealed, as well as the inclusion of the Di.There are worthy messages about everything from sisterly unconditional love to being true to yourself to not getting engaged to someone you literally just met.

In their journey, Anna and Kristoff, along with loyal reindeer Sven and a snowman called Olaf (Josh Gad, Thanks for Sharing), face Everest-like conditions and mystical trolls to save the day.

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That includes the heavily anticipated Frozen 2, and now the film has a release date courtesy of Olaf actor Josh Gad.

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Frozen is a glacially stiff, perpetually unamusing animated musical with a talk-singing score that will leave one pining for the lifeless soundtrack to The Princess and the Frog.