Call it cold comfort.
“Frozen” Oscar winners Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez presented “Coco” — which they wrote songs for— with the award for best animated feature at the New York Film Critics Circle awards gala on Wednesday.
The married songwriters arrived at the fancy festivities at Tao Downtown fresh from a family ski trip in Utah — and are looking forward to the Feb. 22 Broadway launch of “Frozen.”
Asked if their movie-turned-musical’s hit song “Let It Go” goes through his head on the slopes, Lopez said, “No, just pure terror.”
Armie Hammer was also at event to cheer on “Call Me by Your Name” co-star Timothee Chalamet, who was named Best Actor by the NYFCC. Hammer is thrilled — not terrified — about acting on the Great White Way in “Straight White Men.”
Written by Young Jean Lee and directed by Anna D. Shapiro, the play begins June 29 and follows a family of men grappling with privilege and expectations. Hammer said he bonded with Shapiro (“August: Osage County”) over martinis. His go-to sip is a classic Gibson.
Asked how he decided upon this drama for Broadway debut, Hammer told the News that it was the “first time he’d been asked” about doing a play.
With JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ