How to get your own ‘Frozen’ movie? Start with a $150 ticket
As a child, I remember sitting in the back of my mom’s van and being told that the film would be released in the summer of ’98.
I wasn’t a fan of the idea at the time.
But then I heard about the Frozen theme park.
It was like I finally got a Disney princess movie I could watch while driving to the movies.
I knew the story, and the setting was absolutely perfect.
I was ready to buy tickets.
The Frozen theme parks are still a hot ticket, and they are definitely a Disney franchise, even if you’ve never visited them.
There’s even a Frozen Ice Age attraction set in a frozen lake in a theme park parking lot.
But the Frozen movie is a different story.
The Frozen movies are all made by Disney, and as a Disney fan, it’s hard to go wrong.
I was actually hoping that Disney would bring the Frozen franchise to a Disney theme park, but that’s not the case.
As an avid Disney fan myself, I was ecstatic when Disney announced a Frozen Frozen Movie experience would be coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 2019.
I’m happy to report that the ride has been approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles, and it will open on July 10.
The movie will be a Disney-themed attraction at the Hollywood Studios theme park in Hollywood, California.
There will be interactive elements for children and adults alike, and all guests will be able to see the film through the Disney Magic Mirror.
The experience is expected to last for three weeks.
It will also be a part of Disney’s upcoming Summer of Disney celebration, which is set to include live performances by singers and dancers, live music, food and fun.
The ride is expected for a 2018 opening date.
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