Frozen superfan Paul Deakin can’t let it go when it comes to his obsession with the kids’ film.
The former rail worker, 59, has decorated his home with giant posters of his favourite characters including Elsa and enjoys watching the Disney flick twice a day. Married Paul, of Marsden, West Yorkshire, also saw 14 cinema screenings in one week when the film was re-released to mark Disney's 100th anniversary.
He said: “There’s something about Frozen that’s magical. I love everything about it, the animation, the music, the story, the soundtrack – it’s an amazing film.
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"When I saw that it was being re-released, I was delighted and bought tickets to all of the showings straight away, I didn’t want to miss it on the big screen.
“I didn’t get bored at all watching the films back-to-back like that, as soon as the early showing had finished, I was looking forward to the next one.
“Every time I watched it, I noticed something different, whether it was something to do with the amazing soundtrack or an element of the script I hadn’t noticed before.”
Paul bought tickets to every single screening at his local Showcase Cinema in Leeds, spending the 40-minute break between each viewing restocking on snacks and stretching his legs.
Jon Dixon, UK Marketing Director at Showcase Cinemas, said: “Paul's incredible dedication to Frozen is truly remarkable and a testament to the enduring magic of this beloved film.
“We're thrilled to have played a part in his cinematic journey and are delighted to celebrate Disney's 100th anniversary with fans like Paul.”
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