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30 March 2017, 15:12 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 11:10
Apparently it's more than the cold bothering her... SHEESH!
Frozen couldn't be more of a perfect film, quite frankly. We've got it on DVD AND Blu-ray. We've downloaded the soundtrack; our rooms are filled with posters, and one of us in the office is currently wearing an Elsa t-shirt... FYI, it's Bassman.
But if Disney had their way, originally, it would have been an entirely different film.
While talking to Entertainment Weekly, the movie's producer, Peter Del Vecho stated that Elsa, the Ice Queen, was originally the villain of the animated feature, saying that she was just evil through-and-through, and that she wasn't even related to Anna.
Peter said "We started out with an evil female villain [Elsa] and an innocent female heroine [Anna], and the ending involved a big epic battle with snow monsters that Elsa had created as her army".
In the original story, Prince Hans started an avalanche and Anna had to convince Elsa to stop it, thus saving the entire town. We're just pleased none of this happened, simply because in the original story, we hear ZERO mentions of Olaf, and we're not okay with that.