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What Font Was Used in Frozen Logo and Posters?

“Ice Kingdom Bold” is the font used in the movie Frozen. This font is designed by Kustren. You can use the font in your personal projects. Simply download it from the link below.

About Frozen Movie

Frozen is a computer-animated fantasy movie that is produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios. This musical movie is based on the “The Snow Queen” fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen who was a Danish author and prolific writer of plays. This fairy tale was first published in 1844 and it tells the story if the struggle between good and evil. The screenplay of Frozen is written by Jennifer Lee who joined the cast in March 2012 and she drew influence from several sources when developing the story.

Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck who co-directed Frozen said the art department visited the country and draw inspiration from the environment and the culture. The setting for Frozen was based on Norway and the cultural influence came from Scandinavian culture.

For this film, new tools were developed by the studio so that realistic and believable shots will be generated. Voices of Kristen Bell as Anna; the newly crowned queen’s sister, Idina Menzel as Elsa; the queen with ice powers and Eva Bella as 8-year-old and Spencer Lacey Ganus as 12-year-old Elsa, Jonathan Groff as Kristoff; the iceman, Josh Gad as Olaf; the snowman, and Santino Fontana as Hans; the prince of southern isles are featured in this animation movie.

The songs for Frozen were written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. And the orchestral score was composed by Christophe Beck who is a Canadian film score composer and the brother to the noted pianist Chilly Gonzales. The talented voice cast and the songs were extolled by Los Angeles Times and it was said to be a perfect return to the greatness of Walt Disney Studio. Frozen was premiered on November 19, 2013, in California and released on November 27, 2013, after a limited release on November 22. The runtime for Frozen is 102 minutes.

The film received mainly positive reviews for the screenplay, voices acting, visual effects and the theme. Many critics believed that since the renaissance era of Walt Disney, Frozen has been one of the best animations released by this studio. In North America, it earned $400.7 million and in other countries, it grossed nearly $890 million. Frozen earned $1.276 billion in worldwide and it was a big commercial success too. This film made a profit of $400 million. Surpassing Toy story 3, Frozen was the highest-grossing movie in 2013.

Frozen is also the 14th highest-grossing film of all time and the 3rd highest-grossing in Japan. Frozen was also one of the highest-grossing films with a female director. Frozen could become one of the best-selling Blu-Ray Disc in the U.S by 2015. Frozen was compared by critics with the films of the Disney Renaissance such as Lion King. Frozen holds an approval rating of 90%, with an average rating of 7.68/10 on the Rotten Tomatoes website with many believing that the film was perfectly written and beautifully animated and that a worthy entry is added to the Disney canon by Frozen.

Metacritic scored this film 74 out of 100 based on mainly positive reviews that the film received. This film received and an A+ by CinemaScore. Viewers believed that Frozen is simply superb and that Ice has never looked this good, except as the real thing. Technical precision and innovation are expected nowadays in computer animation but this animation film combines that with a gorgeously rich design.

This animation film is modern without being hip, earnest with being sappy. Frozen that is a glacially stiff, perpetually unamusing animated musical with a talk-singing score can leave one pining for the lifeless soundtrack to The Princess and the Frog. This amazing animation film won different awards such as 2 Academy Awards for original song and best-animated feature, Golden Globe for the best-animated feature film, five Annie Awards, two Grammies for compilation soundtrack for visual media and best song for visual media and BAFTA award for the best-animated film.

Frozen also received Critics choice movie awards. Frozen Fever that is a short sequel for this was premiered in 2015. Frozen 2 is a feature-length sequel that will be released on November 22, 2019, by Walt Disney Pictures. Frozen is the story of a newly crowned queen that accidentally uses her power and curses her homeland in infinite winter.

Her fearless sister, Anna sets off on an epic journey and teams up with a snowman and a mountain man named Kristoff to find her sister, Elsa who is living in fear now and has a mighty secret was born with a power to create ice and snow and change the weather condition and save the trapped kingdom in winter. In this way, they encounter different conditions and battle to save the kingdom. Elsa has isolated herself and is trying to fight the growing power and she is afraid of becoming a monster and no one being able to help her. After all, with a catchy soundtrack, quirky script, realistic characters and an important theme of acceptance frozen is a fantastic Disney film and a fantastic film in general.

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