Official Elsa from Frozen "nendoroid" to hit shelves in 2015
Fans of Frozen, the highest grossing animated feature film of all time, just found out that Disney was planning a sequel, according to star Idina Menzel, who said as much in an interview for British newspaper The Telegraph. This is huge news for fans all over the world, but a theatrical release of a sequel, if it really were to happen, would still be a few years away. But at least in Japan, in May of next year, an official Elsa nendoroid figure is set for release, with fans already making pre-orders to get their hands on this special collectible figure.
Called nendoroid in Japanese, which literally translates into "clayroid," this little plastic Elsa figure from Good Smile Company in Japan comes with three interchangeable expressions: a smile, a suggestive smile, and singing. Her shoulders and arms are also movable, which enables her to pose in various ways. She even comes with magic snowflakes and Olaf, who also can pose in ways that you remember from the film. There is a platform made in the image of the ice palace for both Elsa and Olaf to stand on.
This new nendoroid set is available for 4200 yen, or about 35 dollars. Pre-orders are currently being accepted, internationally, at http://www.goodsmile.info/en/.
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