- Cast: Kristen Bell, Alan Tudyk, Jonathan Groff, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Maia Mitchell, Ciarán Hinds, Edie McClurg, Robert Pine, Maurice LaMarche, Livvy Stubenrauch, Eva Bella, Santino Fontana, Patricia Lentz, Chris Williams, Spencer Lacey Ganus, Steven Anderson, Jeffrey Marcus, Tucker Gilmore
- Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
- Writers: Jennifer Lee, Shane Morris, Hans Christian Andersen
- Producer: Peter Del Vecho
- Associate Producer: Aimee Scribner
- Executive Producer: John Lasseter
- Art Direction: Michael Giaimo
- Casting: Jamie Sparer Roberts
- Editor: Jeff Draheim
- Music: Christophe Beck
- Production Design: David Womersley
When a prophecy traps a kingdom in eternal winter, Anna, a fearless optimist, teams up with extreme mountain man Kristoff and his sidekick reindeer Sven on an epic journey to find Anna's sister Elsa, the Snow Queen, and put an end to her icy spell. Encountering mystical trolls, an amazing and comedic snowman named Olaf, Everest-like conditions and magic at every turn, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom from destruction.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- MPAA Warning: Some action and mild rude humor
- Production Companies: Walt Disney Animation Studios, Walt Disney Pictures
2013 Guide Analysis: "They made a fortune off of his "The Little Mermaid," now Disney Pictures is tackling the Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen" in this 3D CG animated musical fantasy-comedy that will open in time for Thanksgiving 2013. Kristen Bell voices the twelfth Disney Princess, Anna the Ice Princess. When Anna is cursed by her estranged sister, the cold-hearted Snow Queen Elsa (Menzel), her only hope of reversing it is to survive a perilous, but thrilling journey across an icy and unforgiving landscape.
Joining her is the rugged, thrill-seeking outdoorsman Kristoff (Groff), his one-antlered reindeer and a hapless snowman. She must conquer the elements and battle an army of frozen sinister warriors if she ever hopes to melt the Queen's frozen heart. All three are expected to sing and speak in their roles, with the original songs provided by Broadway's Robert Lopez ("Avenue Q") and his wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez."