Disney's 'Frozen' is set to become a Broadway musical, CEO Bob Iger has confirmed. However, there is currently no set date for the stage version to be completed.
Disney's 'Frozen' is being turned into a Broadway musical.
The smash hit animated film will follow in the footsteps of Disney's hugely successful movie-turned-musical 'The Lion King' as it will be adapted for the stage, CEO Bob Iger has confirmed.
The media conglomerate has yet to set a firm date for the musical as they are concentrating on getting the project right.
Iger told CNN's Fortune: ''We're not demanding speed. We're demanding excellence.
''If you think long-term about what Disney is and the success and the vitality of the brand, this is a very, very important event.''
'Frozen' has been a huge global success both critically and at the box office where it grossed over $700 million worldwide. The film has become Disney's second highest-grossing non-Pixar movie after 'The Lion King'.
The movie's signature song, 'Let It Go', sung by Menzel, received critical acclaim and was nominated for a Golden Globe.
'Frozen' won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Picture and is a strong contender going into the Academy Awards.
The singer introduced "the next generation" in Iceland.
Jack Antonoff hears a ''female voice'' in his head when he writes music.
The show will be seen by everybody at the same time.
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