Игры холодное сердце

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В северном королевстве Эренделл жили-были король с королевой, и было у них две дочери. Старшая, Эльза, родилась с магическим даром — создавать из воздуха снег и лёд, придавать им какую угодно форму, и сила эта росла вместе с ней. Эльза и ее сестрёнка Анна обожали играть с волшебным снегом, но однажды во время таких игр Эльза случайно попала Анне в голову магическим зарядом, и та начала замерзать. Королевская семья обратилась за помощью к троллям, и их старейшина исцелил Анну, заодно стерев все её воспоминания о магии, заменив волшебную зиму на «настоящую». Эльзе же он сказал, что ей нужно научиться управлять своей силой, ибо «страх будет её злейшим врагом». Увы, семья поняла всё не так и решила запереться от мира в замке, чтобы никто не узнал о способностях их дочери. Эльза, начав бояться своих сил, попыталась отказаться от них и почти не выходила из своей комнаты, но чем больше боялась — тем больше теряла над магией контроль. Анна же изнывала от одиночества, не понимая, почему любимая сестра в одночасье перестала с ней играть. Так прошло десять лет; однажды король с королевой отправились по делам, но их корабль потопила буря, и сёстры остались совсем одни.

Еще три года спустя Эльзе исполняется 21, и она коронуется. По этому поводу в Эренделле впервые за много лет устраивают бал, что приводит в восторг Анну, мечтающую встретить на балу своего единственного, и в паническую пришибленность Эльзу, которая боится сморозить что-нибудь не то. Коронация проходит без эксцессов, но на балу Анна знакомится с принцем Хансом с Южных островов… и через несколько часов просит у новоиспеченной королевы благословения на брак. Та от такого поворота в шоке и благословения не дает. Слово за слово, начинается скандал, в ходе которого сбывается худший кошмар Эльзы — она случайно демонстрирует свои сверхспособности при всем честном народе. Эльза впадает в панику, убегает из замка и полностью теряет контроль над силой; обнаружив, что вода под ее ногами замерзает, она бежит прямо через фьорд, не разбирая дороги и не оглядываясь — и не замечая, что за её спиной море полностью леденеет, и посреди лета начинает идти снег…

Анна, оправившись от первого шока, хватает лошадь и, оставив город на Ханса, отправляется на поиски — она уверена, что сможет успокоить сестру и уговорить ее вернуться. Взобравшись на гору, морально опустошенная Эльза начинает играть со своими силами; ей это нравится и она дает им свободу — строит великолепный ледяной дворец и решает остаться в нем, вдали от людей. Следопыта из Анны не получилось — она упала с лошади, заблудилась в горах и замерзла бы насмерть, не набреди она на домик бродячего торговца. Там она знакомится с ледовозом Кристоффом и его оленем Свеном и просит их помочь в поисках. Позже к ним прибивается Олаф — снеговик, которого слепила Эльза и оживила, сама того не зная. Олаф знает дорогу к замку Эльзы, и теперь остались только две проблемы: во-первых, Эльза не умеет отменять свою магию; во-вторых, все персонажи мультика смотрят на идею ее возвращения по-разному…

Release

The film’s red carpet world premiere was held on Thursday, November 7, 2019, in Hollywood, California, with members of the cast and crew in attendance. Although the film’s official U.S. release was November 22, 2019, a number of theaters offered multiple showings as early as 6 P.M. on November 21, 2019.

International premieres

  • November 20, (Belgium, Germany, France, Indonesia, Netherlands, Philippines, Turkey)
  • November 21, 2019 (Colombia, Croatia, Hungary, Israel, South Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Peru, Portugal, Singapore, Slovakia, Thailand, Taiwan)
  • November 22, 2019 (Albania, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Spain, Ireland, India, Iceland, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Romania, United Kingdom, Vietnam)
  • November 27, 2019 (Italy)
  • November 28, 2019 (Australia, Chile, Greece, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine)
  • November 29, 2019 (Lebanon)
  • December 7, 2019 (Premiere — Comic-Con Experience — São Paulo, SP, Brazil)
  • December 25, 2019 (Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, Sweden)
  • December 27, 2019 (Estonia)
  • January 2, (Argentina, Brazil)

Home media

Main article: Frozen II (video)

Frozen II was released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on Digital HD on February 11, , followed by an Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD release on February 25. In response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Disney announced that the film would begin streaming on its Disney+ service three months earlier than originally planned, beginning on March 15, 2020.

Reception

Advance ticket sales for Frozen II set a first-day record for an animated film for both Fandango and Atom Tickets. The film outpaced sales of Toy Story 4 to set the new record. Based on early sales, the film was predicted to open with at least $100 million over its opening weekend, with more optimistic predictions setting it at $125 million. Globally, the film was predicted to shatter the previous Toy Story 4 record with a $242 million global opening weekend. The film in fact shattered the record, with an estimated domestic opening weekend of $127 million and $350.2 million worldwide. The film also set a record in China with $55 million. The film’s spectacular opening weekend was followed by an equally stellar Thanksgiving weekend. The film made $123.7 million domestically over the five day holiday weekend, breaking the 2013 record of $109 million by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in 2013. Globally, the film’s take rose to $753.4 million dollars over 12 days.

The film’s first reviews appeared on November 14, 2019. The film holds a score of 78% fresh with 330 reviews on the review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes, with the site’s consensus stating that «Frozen II can’t quite recapture the showstopping feel of its predecessor, but it remains a dazzling adventure into the unknown.» Mara Reinstein of U.S. Weekly stated that while the film was not as spectacular as the original, it was «still a beautifully designed, sharply written, and toe-tapping piece of family entertainment.» Nicholas Barber of BBC was one of those who was critical of the film, stating that the film «takes an ice age» to get going and describing it as «an avalanche of half-formed ideas.» On November 19, 2019, the film was certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

Cast

  • Idina Menzel as Elsa
    • Mattea Conforti as Young Elsa
    • Eva Bella as Young Elsa (Ahtohallan/archive recording)
  • Kristen Bell as Anna
    • Hadley Gannaway as Young Anna
    • Livvy Stubenrauch as Young Anna (Ahtohallan/archive recording)
  • Jonathan Groff as Kristoff
  • Frank Welker/Jonathan Groff as Sven
  • Josh Gad as Olaf
  • Sterling K. Brown as Lieutenant Mattias
  • Evan Rachel Wood as Queen Iduna

    Delaney Rose Stein as Young Iduna

  • Aurora

    In one ‘behind the scenes’ video, she is credited as «The North Wind» which is fitting given her role in the film calling to Elsa.

    as The Voice (revealed to be Iduna in a flashback in Ahtohallan)

  • Alfred Molina as King Agnarr

    Jackson Stein as Young Agnarr

  • Martha Plimpton as Yelana
  • Rachel Matthews as Honeymaren
  • Jason Ritter as Ryder Nattura
  • Jeremy Sisto as King Runeard
  • Ciarán Hinds as Grand Pabbie
  • Alan Tudyk as Duke of Weselton (Ahtohallan/archive recording), Guard, Northuldra Leader, and Arendellian Soldier
  • Santino Fontana as Hans (Ahtohallan/archive recording)
  • Paul Briggs as Marshmallow
  • Maia Wilson as Bulda
  • Stephen J. Anderson as Kai
  • Halima V. Hudson as Halima

Additional voices

  • Isabella Acres
  • Nick Fisher
  • Arthur Ortiz
  • Stephen Apostolina
  • Jackie Gonneau
  • Paul Pape
  • Kimberly Bailey
  • Franck Gourlat
  • Michael Ralph
  • Dave Boat
  • Daniel Kaz
  • Akai Robinson
  • June Christopher
  • Phil LaMarr
  • Lynwood Robinson
  • Antonio Corbo
  • Arnaud Leónard
  • Maddix Robinson
  • David Cowgill
  • Mimi Maynard
  • Kaitlyn Robrock
  • Wendy Cutler
  • Scott Menville
  • Violet Schaffer
  • Hudson D’Andrea
  • Melanie Minichino
  • Pepper Sweeney
  • Grey DeLisle-Griffin
  • Max Mittelman
  • Fred Tatasciore
  • Jessica DiCicco
  • Matt Nolan
  • Jean-Alain Velardo
  • Terri Douglas
  • Capri Oliver
  • Kari Wahlgren
  • Robin Atkin Downes
  • Matthew Wood

Сиквелы[править]

  • «Холодное торжество» — короткометражка про день рождения Анны. Эльза приготовила для сестры множество приятных сюрпризов. Но есть один неприятный: та, которой «холод всегда был по душе», неожиданно простудилась…
  • «Холодное приключение Олафа» — короткометражка про Рождество и про то, как Олаф искал рождественские традиции для Анны и Эльзы. Масса пошлостей и непристойностей. Фу! Детям это смотреть нельзя! И для какой это аудитории — даже Ахтохаллэн не знает.
  • «Жил-был снеговик» — короткометражка про первые шаги снеговика Олафа, который пытается найти своё место в мире.
  • «Холодное сердце 2» — полнометражный и полноценный сиквел о новых приключениях двух сестёр. См. статью.

References

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  2. «». Forbes. Retrieved on November 25, 2019.

  3. «‘Frozen 2’ Is Now the Highest-Grossing Animated Movie Ever». Variety. Retrieved on January 5, 2020.

  4. This is debatable, as Disney’s own 2019 The Lion King remake grossed more than Frozen II, but Disney does not consider The Lion King to be an animated film.
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  6. Jennifer Lee (March 12, 2015). «At last, I can say – FROZEN 2!!!! I’m beyond excited to create alongside my Frozen family!». Twitter.

  7. Lussier, Germain (September 30, 2019). «Deciding to Make Frozen II Was Much More Complicated Than You’d Expect». Gizmodo. Retrieved on November 10, 2019.

  8. Keck, William (November 5, 2019). «Frozen 2’s Hidden Gems Showcase Filmmakers’ Attention to Detail». D23. Retrieved on November 7, 2019.

  9. Maas, Jennifer (November 9, 2019). «Why Elsa and Anna Get to Wear Pants in ‘Frozen 2’». The Wrap. Retrieved on November 10, 2019.

  10. Abell, Bailee (November 9, 2019). «“Frozen 2” is a darker Disney sequel – Kristen Bell says it’s a good thing». Inside the Magic. Retrieved on November 10, 2019.

  11. Simonpillai, Radheyan (November 19, 2019). «Disney signed a contract with Indigenous people before making Frozen II». Now Toronto. Retrieved on November 21, 2019.

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  14. «Amazon — Frozen 2 soundtrack». Retrieved on November 9, 2019.

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  18. D’Alessandro, Anthony (November 5, 2019). «‘Frozen 2’ First-Day Advance Ticket Sales Set Animated Film Record». Deadline. Retrieved on November 7, 2019.

  19. Anthony D’Alessandro, Nancy Tartaglione (November 20, 2019). «‘Frozen 2’ Set To Ice ‘Toy Story 4’ For Toon Global Opening Weekend Record With $242M+». Deadline. Retrieved on November 21, 2019.

  20. Mendelson, Scott (November 24, 2019). «». Forbes. Retrieved on November 24, 2019.

  21. Pallotta, Frank (December 1, 2019). «‘Frozen 2’ nabs highest-grossing weekend in Thanksgiving history». CNN Business. Retrieved on December 2, 2019.

  22. Reinstein, Mara (November 14, 2019). «‘Frozen 2’ Isn’t as Fab, But Still a Flurry of Fun: 5 Reasons Why». U.S. Weekly. Retrieved on November 14, 2019.

  23. Barber, Nicholas (November 14, 2019). «Frozen II review: ‘An avalanche of half-formed ideas'». BBC. Retrieved on November 14, 2019.

  24. «Disney: Elsa is NOT Getting a Girlfriend in FROZEN 2». YouTube (September 6, 2019).

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Development

Development on a theatrical Frozen sequel was officially announced at a Disney Shareholder meeting, alongside being confirmed by Jennifer Lee on her Twitter account. Co-directors of the original film, Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, as well as producer, Peter Del Vecho, all returned to helm the project. The filmmakers had not originally considered making a sequel to Frozen at all and the road to its creation was bumpy. Co-director Chris Buck began by considering that what would be next for Elsa, having been in hiding for so long and finally being accepted by her people. One question the filmmakers were repeatedly asked was the question of why Elsa has her powers, which led them to explore this question for the sequel. As part of the production process, the filmmakers took part in a four-hour psychological personality test, assuming the roles of the characters and answering questions posed by an actual psychologist. In doing so, they discovered that Anna was a «fairy tale» character, optimistic, and human, while Elsa was a «mythic» character, with the weight of the world on her shoulders and special powers. The film’s visual developers worked on special finishing touches to the characters’ outfits, including lining inside the fabric of every character’s clothes. Both Elsa and Anna wear pants when traveling into the Enchanted Forest, Jennifer Lee stating that they wear what’s right for the situation and she loves that they can wear anything. The film is said to be «darker» than the original Frozen and Kristen Bell stated that «we don’t give kids enough credit because they’re projections of us and we want them to be happy because we want ourselves to be happy all the time. We don’t give them enough credit for their ability to digest complex situations and trauma and struggle.«

Following concerns about cultural appropriation regarding the original Frozen, Disney signed a contract with the Sámi people to respectfully portray Sámi culture. As the culture was to feature in an even greater role in Frozen II, the Sámi parliaments of Norway, Sweden, and Finland, along with the Saami Council reached out to collaborate with the film’s producers. The contract also included an agreement that Disney would produce a dubbed version of Frozen II in one Sámi language and participate in cross-learning initiatives that contribute to Indigenous communities in Scandinavia. The Sámi people and those working with the filmmakers appear in the film’s credits.

On April 25, , the official release date for the Frozen sequel was announced by Disney. On September 28, Josh Gad and Disney announced on social media that recording for the film had officially begun.

In , Jennifer Lee was the appointed replacement for John Lasseter following his discharge from The Walt Disney Company. With her attention now focused on several facets of the studio, writer Allison Schroeder was brought on to co-write the script for Frozen 2. On November 1, it was announced that the Frozen sequel had been pushed up a few days from November 27, 2019, to November 22, 2019. On February 13, , the film was retitled as Frozen II.

The film’s soundtrack was released on November 15, 2019, in CD, digital, and vinyl formats.