Off to Disney to Get Frozen
Last week, Corrina Lawson—one of my fellow writers at GeekDad.com—had to bow out of a bloggers’ trip to visit Disney Studios and write about some of their upcoming releases, including Frozen. When she asked for volunteers to substitute for her, my hand shot up.
Corrina wrote about the trip over at GeekDad.com. As she says:
Next week, I’ll be traveling to California to Disney Studios to get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Frozen, including interviews with co-directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee (who also co-wrote Wreck-It Ralph) and producer Peter Del Vecho.
I’ll also view a demonstration of the rigging process in the movie by character supervisor Gregory Smith and get a look at the recording of those incredible songs with Frozen‘s Audio Engineer, Gabe Guy. This should be a fascinating trip and I look forward to reporting back about what I’ve learned.
Disney’s also promised a preview screening of their next home video release, The Pirate Fairy. I suspect that, with the blockbuster success of Frozen, the release of this movie will receive more attention than most straight-to-video releases do.
Sooo, tomorrow I’m on my way to LA for a few days. The irony of fleeing the snow-swept landscape of Wisconsin to the land of sun and fun so I can learn all about a movie called Frozen hasn’t escaped me, but I plan to make the most of it.