Everything a Frozen fan needs to have the perfect Walt Disney World vacation.
A Disney animated short is making the jump from virtual reality to Disney+.
Despite plenty of interest, the case eventually went cold, but a new investigation, aided by a specialist from the movie Frozen, has seemingly solved the case.
Josh Gad just revealed something that may be a shock for Frozen fans.
Doing a musical together isn’t a journey into the unknown for these actors.
In her first starring television role since Game of Thrones, Maisie Williams is out for revenge. Not on the polarizing series finale (though we wouldn't blame her), but for a quest even more complicated, in a darkly funny Guy Ritchie meets Martin McDonagh kind of way. Two Weeks to Live, a British Sky series now coming to HBO Max, has its first trailer below — and can someone tell Williams that's now how you apply frozen peas to a head injury? Williams stars as a young woman with a dead father and a doomsday-prepping mother who keeps her …
A long time ago, in a galaxy, far, far away... there was Olaf the talking snowman.
There’s a moment in the first Frozen when Elsa (Idina Menzel), in the middle of the big “Let It Go” musical number, creates a sentient snowman in the image of a childhood plaything and simply … walks away. A few scenes later the snowman meets up with Anna (Kristen Bell) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) but what the snowman was doing in the time in between when he was brought to life and when he joined our heroes on their adventure has remained a mystery. Until now. “Once Upon a Snowman,” a brand-new animated short from Walt Disney Animation Studios, …
Disney+ has unveiled the bright, fun, and very sweet trailer for Once Upon a Snowman, a prequel short which gives us a look at Frozen MVP Olaf's (Josh Gad) backstory. The new short was teased during Disney's virtual Frozen Fest event over the weekend. It's also the newest bit of Frozen-related video we've seen since the release of Frozen 2 back in 2019. [caption id="attachment_938180" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via Disney+[/caption] Once Upon a Snowman is set to premiere on Disney+ this coming Friday and, according to the streamer, "follows Olaf’s …
Over 200 actors were laid off as Disneyland and California Adventure remains closed.
One of the more unexpected joys of Disney’s Frozen 2, which would go on to become the highest grossing animated feature of all time, was how well it deepened and expanded the mythology and mystery of the Frozen world. But a new book looks to explore those mysteries more fully. Ahead of this weekend’s virtual edition of Frozen Fan Fest (which will include, amongst other things, a trailer for the upcoming Olaf-centered short film “Once Upon a Snowman”), we are so thrilled to bring an exclusive excerpt from Frozen 2: Dangerous Secrets: The Story of Iduna and …
She's part of a long list of celebrities who have quit the social media platform.
It’s been less than a year since Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen 2 opened and assumed pop cultural dominance thanks to its winning mixture of heartfelt storytelling, gorgeous artistry and a collection of songs that would insidiously lodge themselves in your brain for months on end (I’m looking at you, “Lost in the Woods”). Since then, we’ve seen the characters debut in their new outfits in the Disney Parks (complete with Anna’s engagement ring) and been brought behind-the-scenes in the brilliant Disney+ documentary series Into the Unknown and a series of ingeniously devised animated …
The Frozen II documentary series filmed a lot of material that didn't get used.
The documentary filmmakers behind Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 faced some unique challenges.