Frozen, the animated film based on the classic children’s book by Hans Christian Andersen, has become a blockbuster in the world of music videos, thanks to the success of the Disney Channel series.
The Disney Channel has been airing the music video for “Tangled” from Frozen, featuring the voice talent of Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel.
The music video was released on May 14 and received more than 10 million views on YouTube.
The clip is one of the most viewed videos of the Frozen franchise.
The video was directed by Chris Buck, who also helmed the Disney Junior film.
The Frozen music video is one that the Disney channel has done a lot of work to keep ahead of the curve and has created a great deal of buzz and anticipation among fans.
In addition to the Disney’s own animated series, the Disney channels also has licensed music from some of the biggest artists, including Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran.
The “Tangle” music video received more attention on the Disney platform than any other music video in history.
As a result, the “Tangling” video has received more play time on the channel than any previous Disney music video, according to Billboard.
The Walt Disney Studios and Universal Music released a video together called “Troublemaker,” which features the voice talents of Mandy Moore and Jaden Smith.
In the video, the duo sing “Let It Go,” a song that they wrote for the Disney children’s television show.
“Let it go,” as well as “I’m Not Gonna Wait,” are featured in the video.
The two video stars are featured as part of the theme song for the film, which was released in May.
This is the second Disney music-video tie-in video released in recent years.
The original “Frozen” music videos that featured actors Idina and Kristoff shared the stage at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, which drew an audience of more than 40,000.
The series of videos that included actors Ida and Krista have garnered more than 25 million views and helped to create a buzz around the series, according a Disney spokesperson.
Disney is now in the process of creating a series of music video-based shorts based on popular characters, including characters like Frozen, Dora the Explorer, Little Mermaid and The Little Mermaid.
“Frodo” star Elijah Wood is also set to star in the Disney Music video.
“It’s exciting to see that Disney and Universal have the resources and ability to make this happen, as well,” Disney music director John Williams said.
“Our vision is to do more music videos over time, and the Frozen series is just a very, very, small part of that.”
In addition, the Walt Disney family is developing a series that will showcase characters from the worlds of Disney and Pixar, including “Up,” a video series based on “Toy Story” that is set to premiere this summer.
The company is also exploring the possibility of making a series for Disney Princesses in 2019.
“We want to get these films out to audiences as quickly as possible and hopefully be able to create something that is as engaging and entertaining as we can,” Williams said, adding that “Up” will be released in 2019 for a wide range of platforms.