In celebration of the Disney movie “Frozen” and the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War” film, MTV News spoke with the director of the film, Anna & Elsa writer and producer, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, to find out why the film isn’t selling well and how she thinks it’s going to play out.
Below is an edited transcript of our conversation.
Q: How are you feeling?
I’m feeling great.
I’m excited to be working on the film.
I am really excited.
I have a feeling that it will be a hit.
It is an incredibly complex film.
I have a lot of faith in what we’re doing.
I think the fans will be really excited to see this film, and they will see it on the big screen.
They will see the story unfold.
They’ll see how Elsa is changing and changing, and Anna & Anna is changing as well.
That will be exciting.
Why are you writing the story of “Frost” and not “Frodo” or “Gandalf”?
Well, I’m writing the Frozen film.
It’s a little bit of a departure from the film that I’m doing, which is “Festival,” because it is about the story that the characters are telling themselves.
The film I’m working on is a much bigger film, so there’s a lot more story and a lot less Elsa, a lot fewer characters, so I’m looking at what we have in front of us.
I think that’s where the film is heading.
Q, What was the inspiration for writing this film?
A: I don’t know.
I guess I was inspired by the films I was involved in.
Like “Fantastic Beasts,” where we’re a small, isolated family, and there are many little creatures in this film that were created in that world.
I was like, “Well, what if these creatures were the people who lived in our world?”
I’m really inspired by these creatures, and I think it’s really cool that we’re able to tell this story from that perspective.
It really is a little more like the film in a way.
Q What was your reaction to the casting of Idris Elba?
Idris is a very talented actor.
He’s very, very smart.
He was also really excited about being a part of the story, and he’s a big part of this film.
Idlis is the one who brought us the Frozen character, and we were really thrilled to have him, so we’re excited to get him back.
Q How do you feel about the film’s reception so far?
A Well, we’ve gotten really positive responses.
I really think that the film has been well received and has been very successful, and it’s a really unique story that I think everyone can enjoy.
I mean, we don’t see anything like this in our history.
Q And the film will continue to sell well over $100 million globally.
A It’s really exciting, I think, to see how many people are enjoying it.
I don, like everyone else, have to do the math.
I just think that we are going to continue to get more and more people engaged.
Q Is it tough working in Hollywood?
A It definitely is.
But I think we’re all doing the same thing.
You have to be in the studio, you have to produce, you do the script, you go to the set, and that’s it.
That’s it for us.
We’re not working at home.
We are doing the script and we’re producing.
We just do the movie.
So I think people are going for the experience, but I think they’re really going for a good story, too.
Q Are you happy with the reception of the “Foxtrot” movie?
We love it.
It has a wonderful, unique story.
We loved it when we were in school and it was the first movie that we saw that had dragons and was set in a fantasy world.
So we had the whole, “Wow, it’s cool,” feeling and it really hit a chord with the audience.
So, I am happy that people have enjoyed it.
Q Does the fact that “Foo” is about a family reunion feel like a “Fantasy”-esque family reunion?
A I think so.
It feels very different from any family reunion you might have seen in “FIFA,” “Halo,” or “Star Wars.”
Q Did you have any ideas for the character that you wanted to portray?
A No, but we did think about Elsa for quite a while.
And I think she has a lot to offer in terms of the way she treats the characters and how they interact with each other.
She’s very kind, very brave, and very kind and loving, and she really cares about the