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Disney’s latest animated film, Frozen, will open at Los Angeles’ El Capitan Theatre five days early and the tickets will not be cheap, costing as much as $51.
ComingSoon.net reports that Frozen’s run at the El Capitan will start on Nov. 22, five days before the scheduled general release on Nov. 27. It will run at the theater through Jan. 5 and each screening will make the audience feel like they are in a winter wonderland, complete with snowflakes. Characters Anna and Elsa will also appear on stage.
It will be screened in realD 3D, complete with souvenir glasses. The company has also created smaller glasses for the 8 and younger set exclusively for the theater. Tickets for adults will cost $41; $38 for children and seniors; and $51 for VIP tickets. The VIP tickets include popcorn, a drink and a reserved seat.
They are planning on four showings a day, plus a fifth at 9:45 p.m. on select days. There will also be general admission tickets, costing $16 for adults.
Disney is already putting its full marketing machine behind Frozen, as the Orlando Sentinel reported on Monday that characters from the film will debut at EPCOT’s Norway pavilion and at the Magic Kingdom later this year.
Frozen features the voices of Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Idina Menzel.