‘Frozen Fever’ hits $400 million milestone: Official

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first release of the wildly popular Disney animated movie “Frozen” (1977).

Since then, the film has been the subject of more than 60 movies, countless books and television specials, animated short films and music videos.

Disney and its partners are also celebrating the film’s 20th anniversary this year, including the release of “Fantasmic!” and a re-release of the film.

The “Frolic in the Frost” animated feature was the first of several features to be made available in theaters for free in the U.S. The movie became a worldwide phenomenon, with sales of merchandise ranging from merchandise to live music to toys and video games.

It also helped pave the way for the blockbuster movies that followed.

A record number of fans have visited DisneyWorld over the years, making the park one of the busiest in the world.

But in 2017, there’s a good chance the park will see a decrease in visitors this year due to the weather.

In its first year, Disney World Resort in Florida experienced record temperatures of nearly 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

As of Monday, the city of Orlando was averaging more than 100 degrees.

That’s a level not seen since January.

The Florida Department of Transportation said in a news release that it will not open the Orlando Regional Connector until further notice.

This year’s record-setting temperatures are expected to be surpassed in a couple of days, when the high of 95 degrees will hit in Florida.

If it does, the heat could be the most extreme weather the world has ever seen.

The extreme heat is expected to last through Thursday and Friday, with temperatures dropping to between 50 and 60 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

Weather stations around the world are reporting a high of 107 degrees or higher.

The weather has been called “disaster-level” by the Weather Channel, the Associated Press and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Disney World has closed many of its attractions due to high temperatures, and the park is being heavily penalized by the U