When the newly crowned Queen Elsa accidentally uses her power to turn things into ice to curse her home in infinite winter, her sister, Anna, teams up with a mountain man, his playful reindeer, and a snowman to change the weather condition.
- Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Santino Fontana
- Walt Disney Pictures
- Jennifer Lee
Get ready to sob, because this is the sweetest thing ever.
If you've ever sat there and wondered which Disney princess you should marry in order to steal her inheritance, we may have an answer for you. Virgin Money used all their best guesstimates to determine which Disney princess had the biggest net worth, and E! Online summed it all up for us. So, who was the big winner? According to the highly scientific study, Princess Jasmine came in at #1 on the richest princess list, which isn't too surprising considering she's the daughter of a sultan.
Yes, there will be a sequel to the hit movie.
There will be no escaping the Snow Queen from now on, as Disney unleashes an all-encompassing plan to use "Frozen" to conquer every conceivable entertainment venue. A new ice show featuring Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Sven is just the first step in the establishment of the "Frozen" empire.
"Do you wanna build a snowman?" has never sounded so creepy. YouTube user Bobby Burns has done the impossible (or at least the unlikely): He took clips from Disney's "Frozen" and edited them together to make it look like a horror movie. You'd be surprised at how much difference some filters and a change in soundtrack makes! The recut trailer has a very "Carrie"-like vibe to it, painting Elsa as an outcast who, rather than going off to live on her own so she doesn't endanger anyone, pretty much does the opposite and starts attacking people.
Given the snow and frigid temperatures that descended across the country this weekend, you might think that movie-goers would be in the mood for scenes of tropical beaches and sunshine, but instead they kept buying tickets for "Frozen."
Idina Menzel, who voices Elsa in the Disney animated hit, has confirmed she will be performing the Oscar-nominated "Let it Go" live on March 2nd.
We can't quite tell whether to file this one under "cool" or "creepy." A Japanese clothing company has come out with a brand-new line of movie-related lingerie for women, but the movies the products tie in with aren't what you might expect. The line includes four sets of lingerie based on Disney princesses. So, if you feel so inclined, you can now wear a bra and panties modeled after Rapunzel (from "Tangled"), Aurora ("Sleeping Beauty"), Belle (from "Beauty and the Beast") and Cinderella (from "Cinderella," duh).
The kids are out of school and parents are desperate to get them out of the house, so it makes sense that the most popular family movie currently in theaters would take the top spot on the weekend after Christmas. But once the young ones are taken care of, the box-office race is wide open, and there is a big field of contenders jockeying for position.