Animated blockbuster Frozen is just the gift that keeps giving for Disney. Sixteen months after the film was released in late 2013, it has picked up two more Grammys to add to the pile of statuettes it’s accumulated. The latest honors came today during the non-televised part of the Grammy awards.
One of the latest Grammys is for the Oscar-winning song Let It Go, written by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, as best song written for visual media.
The other is for the film’s massively popular soundtrack, which the couple and producers Tom MacDougall and Chris Montan won for best compilation soundtrack for visual media.
The song and soundtrack were perched atop best-seller lists for months in the first half of 2014. The film won last year’s Oscar for best animated feature, and not incidentally set a record for highest-grossing animated film of all time. Disney Animation is rolling out a new short based on the film’s characters ahead of the live-action Cinderella feature coming later this month.