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'.
NBC has just dropped trailers for some of the network’s new comedies and dramas as part of the 2016-17 series orders. Here’s the first batch. Check back for more as they come in.
An online campaign has been launched to find Elsa from ‘Frozen’ a girlfriend for the forthcoming sequel. A direct request to Disney has so far been retweeted over 1500 times. Elsa and her sister Anna were the stars of the record-breaking 2013 movie, inspired by Hans Christian Anderson’s tale 'The Snow Queen’.
In the new comedy The Boss, Michelle Darnell (Melissa McCarthy) is a titan of industry, who wows conventions full of wannabe entrepreneurs with her motivational mojo. Even after the richest woman in America bottoms out and does hard time for insider trader, Michelle rebounds by teaming with her ex-assistant (Kristen Bell) to build a homemade-brownie empire.
Amazingly, Kristen Bell — a mother of two daughters who voices the sweet but impetuous Princess Anna of Arendelle in the film — revealed to Yahoo Movies that she has only seen the infectious animated musical four times. “They don’t really watch TV yet,” Bell said of her girls while promoting her new comedy, The Boss. “I think I’m [in] the only household with kids that’s not inundated with Frozen stuff,” said Bell, who’s married to actor-director Dax Shepard (Parenthood, the upcoming action-comedy CHiPs).
Kristen Bell is what you would call an activist/actress. Yes, she’s Veronica Mars, voices Princess Anna in Frozen, and stars in House of Lies, but she takes her fame and the voice that comes with it very seriously, using it to promote causes in which she believes. She’s very publicly waged a war against paparazzi taking photos of underage children (including her own two kids), she wouldn’t marry Dax Shepard, her longtime partner, until California’s Proposition 8 was dismissed, and now she’s joining Neutrogena (she’s the face of the brand) to bring attention to the importance of water conservation. Instead, she’ll only use Neutrogena Naturals Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes as part of The Nature Conservancy and Neutrogena’s new campaign called Wipe For Water.