Frozen Party Plates – Queen Elsa of Arendelle (also known as the Snow Queen) is the deuteragonist of Disney’s 2013 animated feature film, Frozen. She is the firstborn daughter of former monarchs King Agnarr and Queen Iduna, older sister of Princess Anna, and the contemporary ruler of Arendelle. Her powers over ice and snow ultimately led her to become the Snow Queen at adulthood. Frozen Party Plates
Elsa is loosely based on the titular character of “The Snow Queen”, a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, and to a much lesser extent, Kai from the same story. While the character from the original fairy tale was neutral and, to some degree, villainous, Elsa was rewritten as a tragic heroine. Frozen Party Plates
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Elsa was originally portrayed as a dramatic, theatrical villain in early drafts of the film, akin to villains of Disney’s past such as Cruella De Vil in One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and Ursula in The Little Mermaid, in addition to being unrelated to Anna. However, as the film’s development encountered several problems, story-wise, two major changes were made; the alteration of Elsa’s moral role in the story, and her relationship with Anna. Once the two became sisters, the filmmakers felt it would open new possibilities for story elements, making the process of finalizing the completion of the Disney adaptation of “The Snow Queen” all the more accessible. Frozen Party Plates
Elsa’s original portrayal as the villain (her original intended villain role is shown in a deleted scene made early in the film’s development) depicted her as being a ruthless, bitter, cold-hearted tyrant who had an entire army of giant snowmen as henchmen (who would eventually be replaced by a single giant snowman named Marshmallow). Designs for this version of Elsa included one that resembled actress Bette Midler, as well as one that was modeled after the late singer Amy Winehouse. Frozen Party Plates
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