Disney has reportedly pulled the controversial Frozen short, Olaf's Frozen Adventure, from playing at the beginning of new Pixar movie Coco in the US.
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Disney has released the first musical snippets from the upcoming Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, featuring the likes of Olaf (Josh Gad), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristen Bell), and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) belting out holiday-themed tunes from the animated featurette. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure finds the goofy snowman and his trusty reindeer steed Sven on a mission across the kingdom after Elsa and Anna realize Arendelle is lacking in holiday traditions.
To accompany "Olaf's Frozen Adventure," a 21-minute holiday-themed featurette set to open on Nov. 22 in front of Disney-Pixar's "Coco," there will be an avalanche of tie-in toys, books, clothes, and assorted knickknacks.
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It continues to be a long wait for Disney’s sequel to the 2013 mega-hit Frozen (trust us, we have kids), with Frozen 2 slated to hit theaters Nov. 27, 2019. In parental terms, that’s roughly 15,000 questions about when the new Frozen movie is coming out. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is a 21-minute “featurette” that follows the Josh Gad-voiced snowman and his trusty steed on a mission throughout the kingdom after Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel) realize Arendelle is lacking in holiday traditions.
A young fan won the Internet this weekend by singing an amazing version "Let It Go" with Idina Menzel at her concert in Grand Prairie, Texas.
“With all the movies we were work on, eventually the film tells you what it needs to be and if you’re smart enough to listen to that, it leads you to a different direction than perhaps your preconceived notion,” Del Vecho told Entertainment Weekly. “So when we started off, Anna and Elsa were not sisters. Elsa was a self-proclaimed Snow Queen, but she was a villain and pure evil — much more like the Hans Christian Andersen tale.
Sorry, but Rapunzel herself reckons those ‘Frozen’ and ‘Tangled’ fan theories are a bit of a stretch. Mandy Moore, who voiced the girl with all the hair in ‘Tangled’, has scorned the notion that the two Disney worlds of Corona and Arendelle are somehow intrinsically connected. The main theory goes that Anna and Elsa’s parents King Agnarr and Queen Iduna perish when their ship sinks in bad weather as they’re on their way to the celebration of Rapunzel’s return and her wedding to Eugene.
‘Frozen’ star Idina Menzel has come under fire for joking about ‘slitting her wrists’ during an interview. Menzel, who voiced Elsa in the Oscar-winning Disney movie, was promoting her new TV movie version of the classic weepy ‘Beaches’ when she was asked what music makes her cry. “There’s this Meshell Ndegeocello album, Bitter, that I just can’t listen to.
Sure, Elsa’s ice palace from ‘Frozen’ looked like it could have been made from Walter White’s blue crystal methamphetamine from ‘Breaking Bad’, but a new anti-drugs campaign in the US has further embroiled the tortured ice queen in the tawdry world of illegal highs. The Montana Meth Project has decided to wildly infringe on intellectual property by depicting Elsa in cuffs, ravaged by the effects of the drug, and posing, shamed, for a mug shot in a new poster campaign. The ads have appeared on billboards around the state, and while the movie isn’t mentioned by name, one might expect that a call from Disney is imminent, whether the poster was designed by a ‘Montana teen’ or not.
Chris Buck, the co-director of ‘Frozen’, has just dropped a pretty stunning bombshell that links up the 2013 Oscar-winner with another character from the Disney canon. For some time there have been fan theories that have mused whether the parents of the princesses of Arendelle, Anna and Elsa, actually survived that massive wave that engulfs their ship in the opening part of the movie, leaving the sisters orphaned. “I said, ‘Of course Anna and Elsa’s parents didn’t die’.
Here are five fascinatingly different versions of famous Disney movies that almost came to pass, only to be consigned to the idea bin of history. Disney had been trying to make a version of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale ‘The Snow Queen’ since the late 1930s, but every attempt had run aground. In 2008, the project was revived again and even had some cast – ‘Will & Grace’ star Megan Mullally was onboard as Elsa (then a flat-out villain) and Josh Gad, who did eventually play snowman Olaf in the finished film.
Now these are eerie. Graphic designer Jirka Vinse Jonatan Väätäinen produced a series of realistic renderings of classic Disney villains around Halloween last year. Now he’s produced five more; Cruella de Vil from ‘101 Dalmatians’, Prince Hans from ‘Frozen’, Jafar from ‘Aladdin’, Judge Frollo from ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ and Mother Gothel from ‘Tangled’. Check them out in all their spooky glory. (Image credits: Jirka Vinse Jonatan Väätäinen/ www.jirkavinse.com )
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Disney has just unveiled Frozen Northern Lights, a multimedia expansion of its hugely popular princess franchise that will include new books and Lego animated shorts. The adventure revolves around Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven — joined by their new friend, Little Rock — on an mission to fix the Northern Lights in time for a special troll ceremony. First up is the novelization, Disney Frozen Northern Lights: Journey to the Lights, coming in July from Random House.