We at FTN loved Frozen – well, except Crowbar, but he’s so angry – and these little bits of news, all based around the music, tickle us no end.
First up, Disney have released released the whole of the song Let It Go but as it will sound in 25 different languages to velebrate the movie’s having been translated into the languages for foreign release. The languages include 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.
We’ve also posted this funny version of the song that features innocent words ‘beeped out’ to often hilarious effect… we must remind you that this is a clean version of the song, but just imagine…
Also, last but not least, a sing-a-long version of the movie will be released on over 1,000 cinemas on January 31st. And it will feature onscreen lyrics and a snowflake to highlight the words. No words on which cinemas will carry this version yet.