Disney has re-posted the entire “Let It Go” song from their animated hit “Frozen” but given it a new spin – swapping in and out of up to 25 different languages that the film has been translated into including French, German, Dutch, Mandarin, Swedish, Japanese, Spanish (Latin American), Serbian, Polish, Catalan, Italian, Korean, Hungarian, Russian, Portuguese, Bahasa Malaysia, Danish, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Thai, Cantonese, Spanish (Castilian), Canadian French, and Flemish.
One joke going around at the moment is ‘unnecessary censorship’ – using bleeps and pixelation to fuzz out certain words in completely innocent songs or line deliveries to give them a whole other (and much dirtier) meaning. “Frozen” has been subjected to this as well:
Finally, Disney has announced a new sing along version of the film is slated to hit more than 1000 theaters nationwide on January 31st. On-screen lyrics and a magical bouncing snowflake will accompany select showings. Moviegoers can check local listings for showtimes and theaters.