Disney is bringing a live-action feature film to Comic-Cons and other movie theaters in the United States, with the aim of getting the public to experience a “thriller” in 3D.
The studio’s film, titled Frozen, will feature an animated film and a live action film set in the fictional kingdom of Arendelle.
The Frozen 3D feature film is described as “a film that tells the story of Arental Elsa, who has been stranded in Arendell after her kingdom was destroyed by the snowstorm.”
Frozen, which is being produced by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, will debut at San Diego Comic-con on April 11.
It will be released at the same time in the U.S. as the theatrical version of the movie.
Disney has also announced that it will bring its animated feature film, Beauty and the Beast, to San Diego on March 26.
The film, which follows the adventures of the princesses Belle and Beast, will be a live adventure at the convention.
The live-animated feature film will feature the voice talents of Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Emma Watson, Chris Pine, Andy Samberg and Sofia Vergara.
It is being directed by J.K. Simmons, and will be produced by Sony Pictures Classics and Sony Pictures Animation.
The film will be shown at the San Diego Convention Center on March 19.