You’re not going to believe this, but Frozen stands for something else entirely.
That thing is called “dvd stand for.”
In the years since Frozen was released, it has been a source of contention among fans and critics.
Some people claim it’s the best film ever made, while others point to it as a missed opportunity and an unnecessary cash grab.
This week, we sat down with director Jennifer Lee, who said she believes Frozen has “stopped being an excuse to watch other films” and that the reason it’s “still getting better and better is that the fans are loving it.”
Lee, of course, is the daughter of the late Disney co-founder Roy Lee.
Her family was among the first to buy into the idea that Frozen could be the ultimate Disney family film, and she was instrumental in convincing Disney CEO Bob Iger that Frozen would be one of the most commercially successful movies of all time.
And she has a theory that Frozen is the most successful Disney movie in history because of the fact that it’s a family film.
In the movie, Anna and Elsa are both childhood friends who are in love with each other, but it’s not until the end of the film when they meet each other’s parents, and it’s with the words, “We’re so glad you’re my mom.”
“I think that it really is an experience that you just get to experience for yourself,” she told the LA Times.
“You’re really in the moment, and you feel like you’re there with the other people in the family, and they’re there to show you the way.”
She added, “It really is a beautiful story.
It’s a beautiful family.
It is a family story.”
“It’s a perfect story” The Frozen franchise has grown exponentially in recent years.
It has earned $2.6 billion worldwide and continues to make headlines.
In fact, Frozen is now considered one of Disney’s best-selling films of all-time.
This year, Frozen’s box office gross is expected to hit $3.5 billion, surpassing Avatar.
But it hasn’t been without controversy.
In addition to a few criticisms over the movie’s story and some people complaining that it took too long to introduce the first major character (Anna), Lee also said that Frozen was a failure in a 2013 interview with Variety that featured her husband, producer Michael Eisner, as an alleged fan of the franchise.
“When people see Frozen, they say, ‘Oh, I want to see a movie where I can live in a frozen world,’ ” she said.
“But I said, ‘No, we can’t do that.’
It was not going in the direction that we wanted it to go.”
Lee also added that she’s now a fan of Disney films that are about family, such as Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast.
“I’ve always been a big Aladdin fan,” she said of the animated film.
“And I’ve always felt that Disney had a responsibility to be more creative and more open and more authentic.
And Frozen is certainly a good example of that.”
In addition, Lee said that she was surprised by the reaction to the new movie, saying she “was very surprised that it was so negative.”
“There are people who are very passionate about this movie and I love it and I’m so excited to see it, and there are people that just really don’t care,” she continued.
“It just shows the people that are out there in the world who are not going with it.”
Disney is still making Frozen movies as it pleases, but Lee says that the company is “looking at a new direction.”
“We have an exciting plan, and we’re looking at how we go about doing it,” she explained.
“We don’t have a new movie set in the future, but we do have plans for sequels and other future projects.
So we are still trying to figure out what we want to do and how we do it.”
Frozen is expected for release on May 18, 2019.
For more on the Disney franchise, check out our feature: Disney’s Frozen, The Frozen Movie: The Next Chapter.