Frozen star Kristen Bell helped bring a Disney princess to life, but she has issues with another one: Snow White.
Will Poulter's Halloween 2017 costume was pure genius, but Kristen Bell, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Bruce Willis also impressed.
Kristen Bell kept an audience of kids stranded in Florida because of Hurricane Irma rapt with songs from 'Frozen'.
They’re family favourites which have satisfied generations of kids and fuelled some awesome drunk karaoke. But which Disney animated movie song is the most popular? We used Spotify to see which Mouse House film tunes had been streamed the most. Which is your favourite?
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.
The sequel to Disney smash ‘Frozen’ is set to go into production this month, according to Kristen Bell, who’ll be reprising her role as Princess Anna. The actress and singer was promoting her new movie 'The Boss’, in which she stars with Melissa McCarthy, when she dropped the news on the project.
We’ve seen crazy and outrageous fan theories come and go regarding Disney and Pixar films, but this is perhaps the most chilling (excuse pun) for one about ‘Frozen’. A Redditor called Superclaude1 shared a troubling, but plausible theory that centres on the loveable Sven the reindeer and his own - leading man (of sorts) Kristoff.
Disney isn’t letting go of Frozen any time soon. The Mouse House announced on Thursday during its annual shareholder call that it is officially in development on a sequel to the smash-hit animated film Frozen, which won Oscars for Best Animated Film and Original Song in 2014. The news comes just a day before a short film follow-up to the cultural phenomenon, Frozen Fever, hits theaters ahead of Disney’s live-action Cinderella. The sequel will return directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, who also helmed the new short film.
You’ll probably recognize most of the characters in this exclusive poster for Disney’s new animated short Frozen Fever that’s playing ahead of Cinderella starting on Friday. Frozen Fever is the highly anticipated sequel-of-sorts to Disney’s massive 2013 Oscar-winning hit that’s now the highest-grossing animated movie of all time. Fever picks up with our Frozen family as snow queen Elsa plans a surprise birthday party for her spirited sis Anna.
The Mouse House has revealed that the theaterical version of its Oscar-winning film will bring together songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (they of “Let It Go” fame) and screenwriter and co-director Jennifer Lee, who will write the book for the new show (Lopez, an EGOT winner, also wrote the scores for Book of Mormon and Avenue Q). The stage show is just one of many Frozen-focused initiatives from Disney, which is extending the life of the film with ice shows, theme park attractions, merchandise, and other tie-ins. Disney has had great success with its stage productions, especially with the live adaptation of The Lion King, which in September hit a record-breaking $6.2 billion in ticket sales.
On Sunday night, Frozen added two Grammys to its enormous pile of awards and honors: The smash-hit Disney film took home Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media and Best Song for Visual Media, with the latter award going to the ubiquitous power ballad “Let It Go,” which beat out The Lego Movie’s “Everything is Awesome” in an animated heavyweight battle for the ages. The new short film, Frozen Fever: Though a feature-length sequel hasn’t been announced (yet…), Disney got directors Christopher Buck and Jennifer Lee back together to make this new short film about Anna’s birthday and Elsa’s head cold. There’s a stage musical in the works: Disney has had great success with its screen-to-Broadway adaptations, headlined by the smash hit Lion King and Aladdin.