Queen of Arendelle

So I was watching Frozen for the 739492919 time, when I noticed something new. Anna’s hair streak fades out when she gets thawed with her love for Elsa. Anna growing up had her hair streak despite getting acts of true love done to her like when Elsa locked herself away for years to protect her, Kristoff saves her from Elsa’s blast in the ice palace, or when Olaf melts for her. None of that worked until Anna sacrificed herself for Elsa; the act of true love had to come from Anna. Then she wasn’t ice anymore, and her permanently blonde hair streak was gone! Now here’s my point: Anna, not only shown through the film through her actions, had never done an act of true love for anyone before because her hair streak stayed blonde. Her jumping in front of Hans’ sword was Anna’s first act of true love. I’ve never seen someone talk about that before, so I wanted to. People call Anna generous and loving when it was Elsa who displayed sacrifice and true love her whole life. I just thought it was interesting to point out.

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ok so i know how everyone thinks that the Queen of Corona and the Queen of Arendelle would be sisters, but what if the Queen of Corona and the King of Arendelle were siblings.

think about it, the queens don’t look that much alike except for their hair, but the King of Arendelle and the Queen of Corona do.

they have the same eyes (color and shape), same pursed lips, and their hair shows similar styles and waviness, along with graying in the same areas.  they look more alike than the two queens do.  

Elsa and Anna look nothing like Rapunzel (and every girl shows a striking resemblance to their mother)

the Queen of Arenedelle and the Queen of Corona actually don’t look alike at all.

just a thought, what do you think?

Frozen is the first movie to show depressed charact-

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Frozen is the first movie to be about an outcast-

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Frozen is the first movie with magic-

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Frozen is the first to not have love at first sight-

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Frozen is the first Disney movie to teach girls they don’t need to be saved by-

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theory: the Original Snow Queen was the one who granted (or cursed) Elsa with Ice powers. Queen Mother was lost in a wintry forest for awhile when she chanced on the Snow Queen, who conveniently was also looking for an heir to pass on her powers and become the new Snow Queen.

Partly inspired from the fanfiction 'Born or Cursed'  by TwiddledSpire. I’ve actually had this headcanon/theory for a long time now, and one of my speculation for the Plot of Frozen’s sequel is that there will be an enemy with magical powers of sorts, trying to invade Arendelle. In this case, maybe Elsa can ask the original snow queen for help…or somehting. i dunno, it’s just a nice idea

Snow Queen’s design taken from early Disney Pre-Frozen concept sketches 

UPDATE: more information here