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'Frozen' Roundup: Interviews, Clips and Limited Edition Fandango Gift Cards

Frozen isn't just what's happening to the eastern half of the U.S. this holiday weekend. It's also the name of Disney's new animated feature (yes, the one with the silly talking snowman) in theaters today.

Even though this isn't a Pixar film, you'll still want to get to theaters early to catch the eye-popping short film that Disney has attached to the feature. We share why your whole family will be blown away by Get a Horse.

Make sure you stay through the credits for a short scene featuring the snow monster Marshmallow.

We're also giving away a $75 Frozen gift card! All you have to do is go to this blog post and tell us who your favorite Disney princess is and why. You can also purchase limited edition Frozen gift cards here.

As with most Disney movies, there's a ton of little bits of trivia from behind the scenes.  For instance, three of the main characters in the film, Anna (Kristen Bell), Prince Hans (Santino Fontana) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) were named after writer Hans Christian Anderson, who wrote the story The Snow Queen, which this film was based on.

Another bit of trivia? Both Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel both auditioned for the part of Rapunzel in Disney's Tangled. Even though neither got the part, a Disney casting director recorded Menzel's audition and two years later, it won her the part of Elsa. Meanwhile, Santino Fontana auditioned for the role of Flynn Rider in Tangled. He was called back to originally voice Kristoff back when Frozen was known as The Snow Queen.

We sat down with the cast of Frozen below for an exclusive interview. Find out what they had to say about the film, production and the inevitable Disney merchandising.


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