In Tangled, we broke a wall down. Acting-wise, having Glen there to push you to find the truth in what you’re caricaturing, we all learned that on the film. I started Frozen with that knowledge. I learned that all on Tangled. But now, it’s a finely sharpened tool instead of a blunt instrument. When Idina Menzel came in and we showed her two sequences in particular, she paid us the ultimate compliment. She said, ‘What you guys are doing here, some of the great actors, I don’t see it in their performance.’ She noticed little furrowed brows, wrinkles, eye tension, pulsation in the lips, the breathing. Then her husband Taye Diggs told us he kept getting wrapped up and lost in the characters’ eyes. It was so cool because that’s exactly what we were trying to do. Being told we’re creating performances that you often don’t get from live action. That is the ultimate compliment for an animator.
Full Let It Go lyrics?
A few months ago, an Anon sent me the lyrics to Let It Go. I didn’t post them at the time because 1. spoilers! and 2. I wasn’t sure if they were legit or not… But they seem to match what we heard Idina sing at D23 so I guess they are? So thanks Anon, and sorry for not being able to publish them sooner! Obviously this is not official or anything, so take it with a grain of salt? (Also maybe someone else can confirm them?)
did you know that the woman who will voice the snow queen was in Enchanted
Of course! Idina Menzel played Nancy :)
She’s also know for playing Elphaba in the Broadway original cast of Wicked
And (relatively) recently she was in Glee
You can find out more about her at her IMDb page
I hope you don't mind me asking, but do you remember any of the lyrics from "Let it Go" ? I've been looking everywhere for it you see, I just wanted to know more about it.
Sorry anon, I wasn’t part of those who were able to hear the song, but I did find these :
Let it go, let it go
I’m one with the wind and sky
Let it go, let it go
You’ll never see me cry
Let the storm rage on
The cold never bothered me anyway
Which someone quoted in this podcast. (the Frozen part starts at 48:00, the song is mentioned at 52:50)
That’s all I’ve got for now!