By Playbill Staff
24 Jun 2014
Sung to the tune of "For The First Time in Forever," the men lament, "I know that I will never get these songs out of my head. 'Cause they'll be singing them forever, long after I am dead."
Disney's 3-D animated film that features the voices of Tony Award winner Idina Menzel, Tony nominee Jonathan Groff and stage and screen actress Kristen Bell has become the fifth highest-grossing film of all time globally, according to Deadline.com.
On March 30, Walt Disney Studios announced that "Frozen" became the highest grossing animated film of all time. "Frozen" is the first billion-dollar film for Walt Disney Animation Studios and its first film to receive the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
"Frozen" opened wide domestically Nov. 27, 2013, posting the No. 1 Thanksgiving debut ($93.6 million five-day, $67.4 million three-day) and Walt Disney Animation Studios' biggest opening. It remained in the top ten films at the domestic box office for 16 consecutive weeks, the longest run by any film since 2002.
Read the Playbill.com feature with songwriting collaborators Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, who won their first Oscar, making Robert Lopez the youngest EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award winner).
The video follows the men driving their children in the car, suffering from overexposure to the movie. They find consolation with the lyrics, "They sold ten billion copies, so at least I'm not alone."
Watch the video below.