Disney has started a brand new animated miniseries featuring Olaf, the talking snowman from the Frozen franchise.
Deleted scene from Disney's hit sequel features never-released Kristen Bell song that wound up getting replaced in final film.
The animated sequel has hauled in $366.5 million in the US, and a further $666 million overseas, bringing its total to $103.5 billion.
The long-awaited Frozen II has landed in cinemas in the UK, a full six years after the first movie became the biggest animated film of all time.
“You’re recording for three years and it keeps adapting, it keeps changing," explains the voice of Olaf.
After the Frozen II premiere in Los Angeles last week, encouraging tweets began to drop about the long-awaited to sequel from those in attendance.
Arendelle newcomer explains what his song was all about it and why it was ultimately removed from final verison of Disney's upcoming "Frozen" sequel.
The new trailer for the long-awaited Frozen 2 has landed, but we soon discover that though Elsa is now in more control of her magical powers, her kingdom is in peril.
Bart Simpson, Deadpool, Earn Marks, Jake and Neytiri have all taken their place on the Disney Company homepage, following the closure of the deal between Fox and Disney.
Move over, Elsa; Black Panther has entered the top 10 highest-grossing movies of all time, knocking out record-breaking animation Frozen.
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.