Disney’s ‘Frozen’ to be Computer Animated
A few weeks ago, we brought you the news that Disney’s Frozen, which was formerly known as The Snow Queen, was given an official release date in theaters. This week, a little more information was given about the new film, as it was announced that the film will be done with computer animation.
Originally intended to be Disney’s next hand-drawn animated film after The Princess and the Frog, animation fans held out hope that Frozen would remain a hand-drawn animated feature in its new form. However, according to slashfilm.com, Disney has confirmed that Frozen will, in fact, be a 3D computer animated feature, and be presented in theaters in stereoscopic 3D.
Little else is currently known about the film in its present state. Prior to The Snow Queen being put on hold in 2010, composer Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Tangled) was at work on composing new songs for the film, but it has yet to be confirmed whether or not he is still involved with the movie. Frozen will be released in theaters on November 27, 2013.