An animation by Pixar of the new Frozen film will be seen in theaters in 2017.
The animated film by the studio Pixar will begin its first global theatrical release in Japan on March 18.
Disney and Pixar are in the midst of a worldwide expansion effort and are expected to begin opening more than a dozen additional foreign territories in 2017 and beyond, according to Disney.
Frozen is based on the 1989 animated film of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.
The film was released in theaters around the world in April.
As with most Disney films, the film is being made on a shoestring budget and it has been the subject of several critical flops.
Its failure to sell nearly half a billion tickets in North America has forced Disney to rely on international sales, including through the release of Frozen Fever, an animated series by The Walt Disney Company.
In addition to Frozen, Disney is also releasing a new Frozen movie, which is scheduled for release on Christmas Day in 2019.
Source: The Washington Post