ABC show to run a plotline based around the characters from children's favourite Frozen
The cultural phenomenon that is Disney’s animated adventure Frozen looks set to bulldoze ever onwards as the ABC Network’s ‘Once Upon A Time’ has confirmed that yet more of its cast of characters will appear on their show.
More Frozen characters will appear in 'Once Upon A Time'
Lord of the Rings actor John Rhys-Davies has been signed up to provide the voice-over for the character of Pabbie the Troll King, and Tyler Jacob Moore will be voice Prince Hans, now confirmed as a participant. Fan favourite Olaf, the genial snowman character, will reportedly not appear, however.
The news comes less than a week after ABC announced that the characters Anna and Elsa would feature in the fourth season premiere entitled ‘A Tale of Two Sisters’, voiced by the relatively unknown Elizabeth Lail and Georgina Haig respectively, in addition to Kristoff to be voiced by Scott Michael Foster.
After the first announcement, social media was rife with fans of Frozen speculating upon and suggesting plotlines for the various characters.
‘Once Upon A Time’ depicts a fictional ‘real world’ to which fairy tale characters are transported but lose their memories due to a powerful curse.
Since its theatrical release in November last year, Frozen has been an unqualified commercial success, raking in over $1.25 billion in worldwide box office revenue, making it the most successful animated film in history. It also currently sits fifth in the list of the highest grossing films of all time.
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