Disney’s live-action film “Frozen” will return to cinemas on December 10, 2019.
The re-release of the Disney animated film will mark the company’s first time the film has been re-mastered for the digital age, the Walt Disney Co. announced.
The Walt Disney Animation Studios has re-releases every Walt Disney Studios film since the company bought the studio in 2010.
The re-shoots are often accompanied by special content, including a new logo and a brand new poster.
The new logo features the company logo, and new poster art was also included with the re-launch.
The logo has also been redesigned and is a larger version of the one in place now, according to the Disney website.
The company also released a new poster for the film, which was created by animation artists at Disney’s San Francisco studio.
The poster was designed by Tom Lasseter, who is also the co-founder of Pixar.
The poster features scenes from the film’s second and third acts.
It also features a new character, Kristoff.
The character is voiced by Kristen Bell, who has previously voiced Anna and Elsa in the film.
Disney released the film in theaters last December.
The Walt Disney Company has yet to reveal the exact date for the release of the film on digital platforms.