With the announcement that Princess Anna and Kristoff will be chasing after Queen Elsa to Once Upon A Time, JJJ staffers exploded and went to work on imagining just who could fill those shoes.
We cast Queen Elsa last month and Claire Holt was ours, and your, definite fave of the group.
Now, who could play the real life version of the Queen’s younger sister and the Official Arendelle Ice Master and Deliverer?
Check out our casting choices below and let us know what you think!
Look who’s following Queen Elsa into Once Upon A Time‘s Storybrooke — it’s Princess Anna and Kristoff, from Frozen!
According to TVLine, the younger sister of the Queen is indeed chasing after her once again, along with her beau, Kristoff, and casting is now underway.
The site reports that “Elsa will appear in approximately nine episodes, the others a bit less.”
Queen Elsa made her debut in the last minutes of the season three finale of the hit ABC show, and bringing a bit of frost with her into the town.
WHO DO YOU THINK should be cast as Anna and Kristoff? JJJ has our ideas — come back soon!
Even the Evil Queen gets surprised.
Lana Parrilla, who plays the maniacal sovereign on Once Upon A Time, spoke about the shock surprise at the end of the third season with Queen Elsa from Frozen slipping out into the barn.
“It wasn’t even in the script. It wasn’t. That’s what they do every finale,” she shared during the panel. “They keep it top secret even from the cast. We have no idea.”
“It wasn’t even on the call sheet,” Lee Arenberg, who plays Leroy (aka Grumpy), chimed in.
Lana continued, “I knew that they were doing hair tests for someone, but I had no idea who it was then. I had no idea until I watched the finale.”
Be sure to check out JJJ‘s casting choices for the role, too!
‘Once Upon A Time’ Cast Talks ‘Frozen’ Surprise
Are you ready for this? Frozen is coming to Disney on Ice!
That’s right, Disney On Ice presents Frozen will kick off its live tour this September and tickets are already available!
“While it might seem obvious that Frozen is well suited for the ice, this Disney On Ice production will touch audiences emotionally through innovative show elements and world-class skating,” producer Nicole Feld said in a statement.
The ice spectacular will be hosted by Mickey and Minnie Mouse as they take the audience through the Frozen story. You can expect “special appearances by beloved Disney princesses and favorite characters” from Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and The Lion King, who “come together to prove that true love is the greatest power of all.”
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Look who’s made her entrance into Storybrooke on ABC’s Once Upon A Time — it’s Queen Elsa from Frozen!
Hitching a ride on the time portal, the icy royal poured out of the object and morphed into a physical being at the end of the season three finale of the hit show.
But JJJ has to question — is this the nice, scared Queen from Disney’s latest blockbuster or the real, mean, and wretched Snow Queen from the Hans Christian Andersen folk tale? We’re secretly hoping for the later. We’ll just have to wait and see!
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The Snow Queen Reveal on ‘Once Upon A Time’
Disney’s Frozen has surpassed Toy Story 3 to become the number one grossing animated film of all time!
The 2013 hit, starring the voices of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, has totaled $398.4 million domestically and $674 million internationally for a grand total $1.072 billion, thanks in part to it’s opening in the Japan market, THR reports. That’s amazing!
It’s also in the number 10 spot on the list of the biggest global blockbusters.
You can now purchase Frozen on DVD and Blu-ray in the US – be sure to grab your copy!
If you’re like us, you’re probably already wearing out your Blu-ray or DVD copy of Frozen from watching it so often!
Here’s a little fun fact for you: All of the motion work for “Let It Go” wasn’t done by Idina Menzel, but instead by Scandal star Katie Lowes.
“I used to babysit for the head of Disney Animation casting. She actually asked me to come in and work on this little, small movie you may have heard of called Frozen,” Katie said during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
“The movie was pretty much locked and you know these animated movies take a long time to make, but she asked me to come in and do all the physical movements for Idina Menzel‘s big song ‘Let It Go, let it go.’ You know that song?” Katie added. “You’re creating out ice sculptures out of your hands. You know, it’s a lot of the hand motions, but my personal favorite is when she’s like, ‘Here I stand’ with her foot or when she takes her hair down and she kind of struts, struts, struts before she says ‘the cold never bothered me anyway.’”
FYI: Katie is wearing a Chiara Boni dress, Paul Andrew shoes, Joan Hornig earrings, and a Rebecca Minkoff ring.
Katie Lowes Discusses Doing the Motion Work for ‘Frozen’