Frozen

March 18, 2014

Disney’s Frozen Review and Giveaway

Open the gates! Let it go! The moment we’ve all been waiting for is now. Frozen, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award® winning animated feature film is available today, March 18th, on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On-Demand. Frozen tells the story of sisters Anna and Elsa. Anna’s a fearless optimist and Elsa, her older […]

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March 11, 2014

How Frozen Characters Got Their Groove

Greg Smith rigging Supervisor, Frank Hanner, Character CG Supervisor, y Keith Wilson, simulation supervisor Did you ever wonder how the amazing animators at Disney get their characters to move? How do they go from clay models to practically living beings? How does Elsa’s hair look so real? How does Kristoff move like “such a man?” […]

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March 11, 2014

¿Qué es lo Que Hace que los Personajes de Frozen se Muevan?

Greg Smith rigging Supervisor, Frank Hanner, Character CG Supervisor, y Keith Wilson, simulation supervisor ¿Alguna vez de has preguntado como los maravillosos animadors de Disney trabajan para hacer que los pesonajes se muevan? Como van de modelos en arcilla to prácticamente seres vivientes? ¿Cómo el pelo de Elsa luce tan real? ¿Cómo le hacen para […]

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March 7, 2014

Inside Frozen

Today I wanted to share a video with you. It was recorded at a blogger event in anticipation of the release of Disney’s Frozen on Blu-Ray and DVD. The sound is a little low, you’ll want to watch in a quiet place or use headphones, and the picture’s a little dark, but it’s still worth […]

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November 25, 2013

Kristen Bell from Disney Frozen

  Frozen, Walt Disney Studio’s new animated film, opens in theaters this week. Don’t miss it. Last Friday, I promised I’d bring you more inside information gathered while at the Red Carpet event in Hollywood and here it is. Stay tuned for even more later this week. I had the chance, along with some sister […]

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