Arnold Schwarzenegger As Mr. Freeze Sings ‘Let It Go’ From Disney’s Frozen (Video)

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I haven’t seen “Frozen” yet but I’ve seen enough parodies of the movie to feel like I’ve seen it five times over.

Apparently there’s one really good song called “Let It Go” that’s just so catchy people can’t help themselves. And since we will watch anything that involves Arnold Schwarzenegger and can never get enough of “Batman,” I have a feeling this Mr. Freeze performance of the song will go viral in no time.

Also, if the scenes from this 1990s “Batman” classic featuring Alicia Silverstone don’t bring you back to your childhood, I don’t know what will.

H/T: Uproxx

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