Another Guy Claims Life is “Frozen,” But This One’s Hilarious
Last month fellow Law Street writer Joe Perry published a great article about Isabella Tanikumi, a writer who is suing Walt Disney Company for $250 million. For what you ask? Well, Tanikumi claims that Disney’s smash hit “Frozen” — the animated insta-classic that’s spawned a countless musical renditions (I suggest you check out this one and this one if you need a pick me up) — is based on her life as documented in her autobiography, “Living My Truth.”
This month the hilarious duo of YouTube personality Kevin and his grandma got into the Frozen game. Watch the video below to see Kevin convince his grandmother that Frozen is actually his life. Jump to the 0:25 mark to see Kevin’s grandma “recall” seeing Frozen character Ana the “ginger” at the house.
Can we not all relate to this type of conversation without grandparents? Too funny. Happy weekend!
Click here to read Joe Palmisano’s original article, “Author Sues Disney for $250 Million Claiming ‘Frozen’ is Based on Her Life.”
Chelsey Goff (@cddg) is Chief People Officer at Law Street. She is a Granite State native who holds a Master of Public Policy in Urban Policy from the George Washington University in DC. She’s passionate about social justice issues, politics — especially those in First in the Nation New Hampshire — and all things Bravo. Contact Chelsey at cgoff@LawStreetMedia.com.
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