Frozen

New ‘Zootopia‘ Images Reveal a Cute ‘Frozen’ Easter Egg

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by Britt Hayes February 20, 2016 @ 12:58 PM
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The marketing for Disney’s Zootopia hasn’t exactly hooked us just yet, but early word-of-mouth suggests that the studio’s latest animated adventure is not only smarter and more subversive than the trailers would have you believe, but that Zootopia is right up there with the best of Pixar. Speaking of which: Like Pixar, Zootopia has its own easter eggs connecting it to other Disney films — well, it has at least one easter egg, and you can check it out in this gallery of new, high-res photos from the upcoming film.

‘Frozen’ Holiday TV Special and Broadway Plans Officially Announced

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by Britt Hayes February 9, 2016 @ 7:14 PM
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If you’ve been itching for more Frozen, you’re about to get a whole lot of it. In addition to the previously announced Frozen movie sequel, Disney has officially confirmed plans to take the hit animated blockbuster to Broadway. The stage show won’t debut until 2018, which gives you plenty of time to save up some cash and maybe have a kid who will be old enough to appreciate it by then.

‘Frozen Ever After’ Ride Coming to Disney’s Epcot Theme Park in 2016

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by Matt Singer June 9, 2015 @ 9:12 AM
You had to know that when Frozen became the seventh highest grossing movie in history (its $1.27 billion is more than Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones and Casino Royale combined) that Disney was going to turn it into a ride, if not a whole section of rides at one of (if not all of) their amusement parks. They’d already announced the plans for a Frozen attraction at Epcot, and today, via The Wall Street Journal, the revealed a lot of the details about it. It’s called Frozen Ever After and it opens next year.

A ‘Frozen’ Sequel Is Not in the Works Yet, According Directors Jennifer Buck and Chris Lee

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by Britt Hayes March 9, 2015 @ 5:27 PM
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Contrary to popular belief (and some comments from actress Idina Menzel), a Frozen sequel isn’t actually in the works yet over at Disney. With the Frozen Fever short set to hit theaters this weekend with the release of the studio’s live-action Cinderella, actual Frozen fever (a real medical condition that I totally did not just make up) has reached an all-time high. Fans want a Frozen sequel, and it seems like an obvious move for Disney, but according to the film’s directors, it’s not happening…yet.

Get ‘Frozen Fever’ With the Trailer for the New Disney Short

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by Matt Singer February 25, 2015 @ 9:06 AM
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If the prospect of a new live-action version of Cinderella wasn’t enticing enough, the new Disney film is opening with a special added attraction: “Frozen Fever,” a short sequel to Frozen, the most popular movie (and most dastardly earworm) of 2013. And here I thought “Frozen fever” was a mental illness that made kids sing “Let It Go” over and over again until their parents begged for the sweet release of death. My mistake.

‘Frozen’ Broadway Show Will Feature New Songs to Help You Get “Let It Go” Out of Your Head

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by Britt Hayes February 15, 2015 @ 11:35 AM
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You simply cannot mention Frozen without having the film’s hit song, “Let It Go”, trapped in your head on repeat. But that might change relatively soon: following the recent announcement that Disney’s wildly successful film is heading to Broadway comes word that the film’s songwriters are working on new songs for the stage production, which might debut as soon as 2017.

Chill Out With Even More Fascinating ‘Frozen’ Facts!

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by ScreenCrush Staff February 12, 2015 @ 7:52 AM
What's that? You need even more ‘Frozen’ facts? If our last video wasn't enough for you, we’re back with a sequel, delivering even more little known bits of trivia from the land of Arendelle. Elsa has become known for her trademark braid, which she dramatically unfurls while singing “Let It Go”, but did you know that Disney animators had to individually create over 420,000 CGI strands of hair? Compare that with Rapunzel, known for her massive head of hair, who only had 27,000. These are just some of the cold, hard facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which returns to Disney's modern classic ‘Frozen’!

Reel Women: ‘Frozen’ is Making Men Look Bad According to the Dummies at Fox News

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by Britt Hayes February 5, 2015 @ 6:25 PM
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When ‘Frozen’ hit theaters, we were so pleasantly surprised and overjoyed—Disney finally delivered a princess movie that didn’t rely on men to rescue or validate its female characters, and instead gave us a film about the power of sisterly love. And while most of us have been celebrating films like ‘Frozen’ and other recent female-driven blockbusters, the knuckleheads at Fox News are not happy at all. In fact, they believe that movies like ‘Frozen’—but especially ‘Frozen’—are a problem because they’re treating men unfairly.