Disney’s “Frozen” opens today – Nov. 27, 2013 – and it is already looking like it will be an instant hit. Some are saying it is the best Disney animated film in literally decades, and I’d be inclined to agree.
But as always, there is more to Disney than meets the eye. Let it be known that there will be NO SPOILERS dealing with the plot or outcome of “Frozen,” but there will be information given on other aspects of the film such as hidden characters.
Alright, there are bound to be a lot more revealed as time goes on, but so far, these are the only three that have been located as far as I know. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to get screenshots of them all, but it’d be great if anyone can help.
First and foremost, one of the most awesome hidden gems from “Frozen” is that another Disney Princess makes a quick appearance in it. Rapunzel from Disney’s Tangled” does show up very quickly and you can check out the screenshots below as proof.
Look in the bottom left corner of the three frames and you’ll see Rapunzel, but with her brown hair. In the third frame (far right), it also looks like Flynn Ryder may be walking with her, but personally…I’m not entirely sure that’s him.
The scene happens during the second song, “First Time In Forever,” when Anna and Elsa are opening up the gates. Once Anna walks through the gates and starts going through the crowd, Rapunzel appears for all of three seconds.
So far, I’ve also found two Hidden Mickeys in the film or at least what appear to be them and they both happen later in the film as the guards head to find Elsa.
While standing outside the ice palace, a giant snow-covered rock sits behind some of the guards and part of it that is not covered in snow shows an elongated Mickey Mouse head. It is shown a couple of times but in quick fashion.
Another possible Hidden Mickey appears in ice when one of the guards attempts to get at Elsa. An ice wall is created in front of him and Mickey’s head seems to appear quickly in the forming ice.
As always, these are up for interpretation at the time, and may not even be there at all, but they’re fun to look for. As for Rapunzel? If that isn’t supposed to be her…she sure has a twin in Arendelle.