Fans of "Frozen" will happily sing the film's praises whenever they can (no, literally -- they're going to sing). But the team at How It Should Have Ended has taken issue with what terrible parents the King and Queen of Arendelle were to Princesses Anna and Elsa.
It turns out the whole "estranged siblings" and "eternal winter" stuff could have been avoided if the King and Queen had exercised some common sense -- instead of, you know, imprisoning their daughters inside a castle for years.
But it turns out that the HISHE folks weren’t the only ones thinking long and hard about "Frozen's" ending.
Prince Hans revealed
During the film’s lengthy development, Disney went through many different adaptations of the famed Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. Early versions of the film revealed Prince Hans to be a villain much earlier in the story. Hans’s third-act reveal allowed Disney to play with viewer expectations that his kiss would be the "act of true love" to thaw Anna's heart.
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