NEW YORK — Disney-Pitchfork has launched a new feature called “Dance Magic Studio” in 3-D theaters for its upcoming Frozen film.
The feature will provide fans with the opportunity to “catch up on the world of Disney’s beloved Disney-pixar film, FALLOUT,” as well as the “frozen” soundtrack, which is slated to be released on Christmas Day.
The animated feature will be released in theaters across the country beginning December 19, and the movie will also premiere on Netflix on December 21.
“DANCE MAGIC” will feature over a dozen different animated characters and musical acts that will perform a variety of dance moves, including a full-body version of the iconic song “Let It Go.”
The feature is the first of its kind to debut in 3:1 format, allowing viewers to experience a “full” movie in the cinema with the option to zoom in on specific moments and see more of the characters.
The movie will feature a number of special features that will be added to the theatrical release, including special performances by Disney and Pixar characters, special live-action scenes, and special “Frozen” music.
The Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios will also produce the feature.
“Frozen,” which opens in theaters on December 19 in the U.S. and Canada, is a Disney film that features animated characters from Pixar and Disney.
The film was directed by Josh Gad, whose previous credits include the hit “Finding Nemo,” and features voice talent from a number on the Walt Disney Animation Studios.
“FALLOUT” is the second film in the “FALL” series, following 2014’s “FINAL FANTASY: The Spirits Within.”
“Frost/Nova” is a musical animated film written and directed by “FANTASY: The Musical” creator Richard Sherman, who also wrote the screenplay for “FULL FOUR.”
It will be the first animated film from Disney’s DreamWorks Animation unit to be produced in 3×3:4 aspect ratio and will be distributed by Disney.
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