You may have to watch "Frozen" all over again once you find out what you missed. Throughout the film are a ton of covert blink-and-you'll-miss-'em moments woven into the animated movie musical. Today, Disney shared these exclusively with Yahoo Movies.
Known as "easter eggs," Disney has become pretty famous for sneaking these self-references into films — to the delight of megafans.
Here's what you need to scan the screen for the next time you watch "Frozen":
Proof of Some Happily Ever After
Rapunzel makes a quick stop at Elsa's coronation. (See it above.) You can tell it's the "Tangled" princess by the look of her chopped locks. And guess who is with her? Her man Eugene Fitzherbert aka Flynn Rider. They are, indeed, still together and living happily ever after. Whew!
It wouldn't be a proper Disney easter egg list without a hidden Mickey. You can spot the 85-year-old mouse in the quickest of cameos in "Frozen" at a place Anna (Kristen Bell) discovers after she ventures into the cold forest. A tiny Mickey Mouse plush toy sits on one of the lower shelves in Wandering Oaken's Trading Post and Sauna.
You can just make out a dim version of Mickey at 36 seconds in this clip (though the above image which, courtesy of Disney, shows him in brighter light):
A Paint-Over… and Over
The makers of "Frozen" couldn't resist winking at "Tangled"… again. During Anna's big song, "For the First Time in Forever," she leaps in the air and mimics the pose in Rococo-era French painting "The Swing," Jean-Honoré Fragonard's masterpiece (depicted by Disney artist Lisa Keene). The painting served as inspiration for the oil-on-canvas look of "Tangled" and clearly continued to inspire the makers of "Frozen."
Sugar Walls Come Tumbling Down
If you've seen "Frozen," then you know Anna likes chocolate. Her love of the sweet treat is so wide-reaching, she summons it all the way from the land of Sugar Rush in "Wreck-It Ralph."
Now that you know what you missed we're pretty sure Disney would be cool with you seeing "Frozen" again. After all, that could double its $190 million-plus worldwide take.
"Frozen" is in theaters now.
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