A 'Frozen' Sing-Along is Coming to Theaters, As If We Need It
Yes, there's more Frozen news and don't expect it to end any time soon. The princess tale has pretty much taken over the world, so of course Disney is going to get everything it can out of the animated film. The most recent announcement is that a sing-along version of Frozen will be released in certain theaters on Jan. 31.
Starting next week, you'll be able to go see Frozen with the lyrics to all of its songs displayed on the screen with a bouncing snowflake to help you follow along, if you live near one of the 1,000 theaters that will show the special release. Otherwise, you might just have to go see the regular one again — it'll probably still be out, since it's made $763 million worldwide and counting.
As much as I absolutely love Frozen (obviously, I'm not a sociopath), I have to wonder, is the sing-along version really necessary? Because really, who doesn't know all the words by now? The movie's soundtrack beat Beyonce to hit number one on the Billboard chart and multiple remakes of its biggest song, "Let It Go," have gone viral.
There probably are some fans who could brush up on the lyrics to some of the less popular songs, like "Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People" and "Fixer Upper," so the sing-along should be a success. But for everyone else, we don't need it. Come on, you know how it goes.
The snow glows white on the mountain tonight...
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