She doesn't care what they're going to say
Some people might be thrilled to earn almost $1,000 for speaking just a handful of lines, but Spencer Lacey Ganus probably isn't one of them. According to her contract, which TMZ says was filed in court, Ganus made just $926.20 to voice the teenage Elsa, the main character in the highest-grossing animated film of all time, which raked in $1.2 billion. It wouldn't be hard to give her a bigger slice of the pie — TMZ notes that $926 is just 0.000077 percent of the blockbuster's gross profits.
The most famous Elsa — the one who sings "Let it Go" — is Idina Menzel. Eva Bella played young Elsa. Ganus was 12-year-old Elsa, who appeared in only two short scenes. --Peter Weber
Editor's note: This article originally incorrectly stated that Ganus was suing Disney. It has since been corrected. We regret the error.