Post # 1
I LOVED the movie Frozen so I thought others might enjoy seeing this article about a guy who proposed to his girlfriend as Hans and Anna!
Link to the full article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2722614/I-wanted-create-perfect-Disney-scene-Real-life-Prince-Charming-makes-brides-heart-melt-Frozen-themed-marriage-proposal.html
Side note: I’m not sure why the guy chose to be Prince Hans considering what a huge jerk he turned out to be in the movie– but whatever, I think it’s still cute!
Post # 2
I think it’s terrible. Only because he dressed up as the guy who was faking love for Anna.
Post # 3
Why didn’t he dress up as Kristoff?!
Post # 4
afineskyline: Yes Kristoff would have been a MUCH better choice! He could’ve even added fake reindeer antlers to the horse so it could’ve been Sven! 😛
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2013 - Valparaiso, IN
I was just going to say, why did he dress up as the man that crushed Anna’s heart?
Post # 6
Not going to lie, I would love that dress. I loved the dress in the movie, so it’s beautiful to see it recreated.
Echoing that “Prince Hans” does not bode well…
Post # 7
I think he went with it becuase of the duet they have.
… Or he did not pay attention during the movie.
Post # 8
I think it’s incredibly sweet that he went to all that effort, but given the character in the film I’m not entirely sure he thought this one through!
Post # 9
“Oh Anna, if only there was someone out there who loved you…”
Post # 10
- Wedding: Disneyland - January 2016
I 100% believe Hans is the one who is truly meant to be with Anna, so I think this is beyond adorable <3
Post # 11
TwinkleBoss: Did you watch the movie? He used her to further his own agenda and left her to die and didn’t really care one bit about her. He literally only latched onto Anna because he couldn’t get in with Elsa, and manipulated her with no regard for anything but himself the whole time. He’s a great example of an abusive person.
I don’t know what movie you watched, but I don’t think it was the same as the one the rest of us saw.
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2014 - TTC #2
Cute… but why not Kristoff!?!?
Post # 13
- Wedding: Disneyland - January 2016
kittycatpancake: Um…of course I watched the movie? I used to babysit a four year old once a week for the past six months, I’ve seen it more times than I care to count.
Have’t you ever heard of headcanon? Or fanon? I really like Hans. He was never intended to be the villain of the story until the writers decided Elsa was too likable of a character. His actions in the beginning of the film don’t match with the end in any way whatsoever, likely due to a choppy script, and I like o believe Hans was not acting of his own free will. This is a Disney cartoon, I can make a fantasy ending for Hans if I like to, especially since Anna and Kristoff literally make absolutely no sense to me, if he MUST be paired with someone Elsa makes a lot more sense, but it’s really not necessary. Kristoff and Anna’s relationship felt so much like a buddy-cop type of friendship and I thought it was going to be so cute to finally see a man and a woman in a Disney film spend a day together and not fall in love, especially since Anna was really sticking to her guns with Hans. Their ‘romance’ at the end felt utterly forced and unreal.
So yes. I have seen the film. Countless times. It doesn’t change the fact that I love Hans, and given the elemet of magic that is so strong in this film, don’t believe he was acting of his own accord. Again, that’s what fanon is for and I don’t know why it was necessary to lecture me because I don’t agree with the masses on a fictional character I like from a movie primarily aimed at six year olds.
Post # 14
Personally I find grown adults dressing as Disney characters a bit weird, but, each to their own lol
Post # 15
barbie86: +1 Haha right? Oh my word. I agree, to each his/her own, but if I came home to a princess dress on my bed, I would run screaming.