Argentinian movie blog Cine 1 has got three cool (pun intended) new posters for Disney's next animated film, Frozen. The posters are nice and hi-res, but un-nice and scrawled with the site's logo (though a great poster resource, Cine 1 are notorious for watermarking everything).
In addition to the nice title poster above, Cine 1 have two posters which show off the sisters at the heart of Frozen: Anna and Elsa (both below). At the time of writing, Cine 1 has just taken the posters off their site (Disney is apparently emailing round getting people to take them down, so check them out while you can).
As was very obvious when we got our first look at her in December, Anna - Frozen's Disney princess and "a fearless optimist" - looks a lot like Tangled's Rapunzel. It looks like someone's trying to rip Disney off - the irony being that it's Disney that's trying to do it. To be fair, it is a really good design, and their are definite physical similarities between quite a few of the classic Disney princesses, let's just hope the characterisation's unique.
I'm not too sold on the design of Elsa - she looks like she should be in one of the Tinkerbell movies... I don't want to be negative about a film I'm very much excited about though, and the design of the posters and the frosty layout is very, very nice - I'd set one of them as my iPod wallpaper if it wasn't for the obtrusive Cine 1 logos.
Frozen is loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen and is being directed by Chris Buck (Tarzan) and Jennifer Lee (screenplay, Wreck-It Ralph); it hits cinemas in the US on 27th November and in the UK on 6th December.
Via Big Screen Animation.
UPDATE - 18:57 (GMT), 02/02/2013: Apparently the posters are fake, but the character designs are legit nonetheless. I assume we'll see Disney's actual posters shortly.
Via The Rotoscopers.