Jonathan Groff And Kristin Bell Explain The Making Of “Frozen” In A New Musical Number

With its anthem (and new drag queen standard) “Let It Go” expected to win the best original song Oscar and the movie a shoo-in for the best animated film award this weekend and as worldwide box office receipts near one billion dollars (!), interest in all things Frozen is at an all-time high. In anticipation of the DVD/Blu-ray release next month, actors Jonathan Groff, Kristin Bell and Josh Gad, who voiced characters in Disney’s animated blockbuster, have performed a live-action (and cleverly-titled) musical number “The Making of Frozen” that explains tries to explain how this masterpiece came to be.


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  • redcarpet

    This was why I didn’t like Frozen, it was too pure, uncut, concentrated Broadway (at least for a Disney movie). Seemed like a real step backwards after Tangled.

  • B Damion

    @redcarpet …that being said. It’s geared towards children. Not grown ass men.

  • redcarpet

    Actually it’s geared toward families, who incidentally have parents who will have to sit through it with their kids.

    Besides, I’m a “grown ass man” so I can watch what ever the fuck I goddamn well please.

  • AxelDC

    All I got from that is that Jonathan Groff is so adorable.

  • B Damion

    @redcarpet…My apologies. You couldn’t be more right.

  • Richie4360

    Got about halfway through this video and realized I didn’t want to know.

  • felixthegato

    Is this secretly trying to make me hate white people?

  • NG22

    @AxelDC: Right?

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