Actor Jonathan Groff is just like us. He’s
admitted to not being the best when it comes to dishing out advice to himself. You think you know everything, and you can
give great advice, but when you turn around on yourself, it’s harder to give your own
self advice. One of the things I love about this movie
is that I think it’s going to hopefully educate a bunch of little kids that come to see it
that it’s not always like one day my prince will come, that it could be a different version
of that. Hang on! I like fast. Woah, woah, woah, woah.
Get your feet down. This is fresh lacquer. Seriously. Were you raised in a barn? That was really sort of amazing and a full
circle moment when I was in the recording studio using my imagination to think of what
the situation was like and playing a character. It felt like it did when I was a little kid. Groff plays Kristoff in the festive blockbuster,
which has been a career dream. Any other dreams lately? Yeah, I had a dream two nights ago that I
was flying, and I haven’t had a flying dream since I was in, you know, the first grade
at five years old. And from flying to marrying. The first law that I would make would be…
that anyone could get married that wanted to get
married. That would be the first law.