Watch & Listen: Heartbreaking, Fanmade Ending Reprise for 'Frozen'
If you've yet to round up the whole family to go see Disney's new animated wonder that is Frozen, it's time to remedy that immediately. The film is stunning and charming, with music that you won't be able to get out of your head for days (in a good way). In fact, Frozen has earned over $506 million at the worldwide box office, and its $263 million in the US has made it the second most successful Walt Disney Animation Studios film behind The Lion King. However, a fan of the film has gone and made the heart-melting ending even more touching. Reprising the "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" tune from the beginning of the film, they add a little musical cue to make it that much more beautiful. It's a shame Disney didn't think of this. Watch!
Keep in mind, this is the ending of the film, so SPOILER ALERT, but here's the reprise for Frozen:
This little gem was brought to our attention by io9, who explains that the original lyrics came from Musical Catbug, and were turned into gorgeous music by Scarlet-Glow. That's some pretty good work there, internet.
Frozen, loosely based on Hans Christian Anderson's story "The Snow Queen," stars Broadway legend Idina Menzel as Elsa, a magical queen in self-imposed exile, and Kristen Bell as her sister Anna, who, along with a mountain man named Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer Sven, travels into the icy wilderness to find her sister and bring her home. Bobby Lopez (of Book of Mormon, Winnie the Pooh) and his wife Kristen wrote the music for Frozen, as this is a return to the musical for Disney Animation. Tarzan and Surf's Up director Chris Buck co-directs with Jennifer Lee. The Disney film is in theaters everywhere, so see it now!