Hear 'Frozen' Hit 'Let It Go' in 25 Languages + Sing Along in Theaters
by Ethan Anderton
January 22, 2014
The newest film from Disney Animation is holding strong with Frozen pulling in over $763 million at the worldwide box office to date. Audiences just can't get enough of the fairytale, especially the film's incredible soundtrack, full of original new songs. The breakout hit is "Let It Go" sung by Idina Menzel, and while it didn't win the Golden Globe, the song is nominated for Best Original Song at the Academy Awards, and it could take home the big award. In the meantime, Disney has just released the scene with the song in question, but sang in 25 different languages. And that's not all the cool stuff we have for the Frozen fans.
First, here's the video of "Let It Go" from Frozen in 25 different languages from Disney Animation:
Secondly, for those who can't stop singing the soundtrack in their car, or have adorably kids getting millions of hits by singing them online, Disney has something fun for you. Starting on January 31st, there will be a sing-along version of the film, nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards as well, released into 1,000 theaters across the country. You'll have to check your local listings to find out where it's playing near you. It's not clear how long this version still stay in theaters as it vary at each theater. This should make for some family fun, and also shows that Disney has a true hit and a new classic on their hands.
My daughter loves this song. I'm sure she's not the only daughter that does.
Qrious on Jan 22, 2014
Cool, but Canadian French? Come on! It's just like French French..
DavideCoppola on Jan 24, 2014
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