It'll be a very 'Frozen' Halloween

Why Disney's 'Frozen' is so hot
Why Disney's 'Frozen' is so hot

Anna, Elsa and Olaf will be ringing your doorbell this Halloween.

The characters from Disney's "Frozen" are expected to be among the most popular Halloween costumes this year, according to a preliminary list from holiday retailer Spirit Halloween.

Spirit, which operates more than 1,000 pop-up Halloween stores in North America, also expects "classic" Disney (DIS) characters, such as Snow White, to be popular.

For older celebrants, Spirit said costumes based on two popular TV shows, "Game of Thrones" and "The Walking Dead," should be hot this year.

This will be the first Halloween since "Frozen" was released and the princesses of Arendelle took the world by storm. And, yes, Spirit says there are "Frozen" costumes for adults.

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"Frozen" is the highest-grossing animated film of all time, having raked in more than $1.2 billion in global box office sales since its Thanksgiving release.

It's on track to be the fifth highest grossing movie of all time, and is already Disney's biggest selling digital and Blu-ray release.

Toymakers have been cashing in on the film's popularity, with a wide range of Frozen-themed dolls, dresses and apps.

Beyond Frozen, Spirit expects "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle" costumes to be big sellers following the release of the latest movie this summer.

A handful of superheroes and "nostalgic" characters such as Dr. Seuss's "Cat in the Hat" are also on the list.

While it includes "outrageous" suits for men and "harlequin" costumes for women, Spirit's list is remarkably tame this year.

Last year, Spirit said twerking would be the big theme for Halloween. It produced a Twerkin' Teddy costume for women and a Twerk Suit for men. Charlie Sheen, Lady Gaga and the cast of The Jersey Shore were popular costumes in years past.

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