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The latest we heard on the show is that it is going to happen and it will be on Broadway.
Bob Iger has promised new content and “continued interest” for “quite a while.”
Here’s some especially created animation, a little promo for Frozen on Super Bowl Sunday.
This is a smart idea – these songs are insanely catchy and fun to sing, especially when you’re not being expected to sing them well.
It takes very limited imagination to see Disney taking the show to Broadway.
Sounds like an irreverent, original concept.
Over on his blog the artist for the hit series Batman ’66, Ruben Procopio shared a look back at his work at Disney and an idea of just how long Frozen was in the works. With Frozen out in the theaters I …
I’d particularly recommend Philomena, Saving Mr. Banks, All Is Lost and Pixar’s The Blue Umbrella.
On the unusual, specific role of the producer in a Disney animation and the tight crunch to get Frozen made when a whole year was lopped off the schedule.
The more I see Frozen the more I love it.
Are these real easter eggs in Disney’s Frozen or just figments of the imagination?
CinemaBlend.com reports that a screening of Disney’s Frozen in Florida took a very non-family friendly turn when a clip from a pornographic film (or possible the extended trailer for Nymphomaniac as MoshNews.co.uk speculates) was used as “filler” to cover the technical difficulties …
All together now: Awwwwww.
Get a Horse features Walt Disney as the voice of Mickey Mouse.
It was when I saw this back in the summer, ironically enough, that I “got” the point of this little Snowman guy, Olaf.
Tonight’s the night that Toy Story of TERROR! will premiere on ABC, bringing back the Andy’s Room gang – sorry Bonnie – for their first TV special.
It’s interesting to see which characters are featured and in which aspect. I don’t think this counts as spoiler material, but it certainly hints at things that weren’t clear from the trailers.
Get A Brief, Imperfect Look At Disney’s Amazing Blend Of Hand Drawn And CG In New Short, Get A Horse!
I knew what the deal with Get A Horse! was but seeing it actually happening is incredibly powerful.