Monday November 20th 2017

Science in Hollywood

(c) the Walt Disney Company

There’s so much snow in the movie Frozen that the cold white stuff might as well be the star of the animated film. It falls, flies, piles and melts. Snow sprays through the air as Anna and Kristoff cling to a reindeer-pulled sleigh, barely escaping a pack of snarling wolves. Snow dances in the air as Elsa uses her special powers to build an icy fortress on a lonely mountain. The movie even includes Olaf, a wisecracking snowman…

 

Read more at Science News for Students, here.

 

Image (c) the Walt Disney Company

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