People wanna know, who doesn't wanna know how a film was made?!
Frozen has come out with a bunch of catchy songs since it made its debut to the world, so, what's one more song, right?
Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad join forces to make a catchy song, explaining to Disney fans and any who is even remotely curious about how the adorable wintery flick was made!
It seriously has the same catchiness like Let It Go or Do You Want To Build A Snowman! And let's face it — the Reindeer song, while adorable, shouldn't have been Groff's only song! There, we said it!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Not only has Frozen been holding its own at the box office, it's doing pretty spiffy on the Billboard charts as well!
The catchy Disney soundtrack has returned back to its number one spot on the Billboard 200, making that its fifth nonconsecutive week in that spot.
Frozen has earned the most weeks at number one since the Titanic soundtrack in 1998 when it racked up an incredible 16 weeks at number one!
This marks the adorable animated film's 13th week on the Billboard 200 in both the number one and two spot!
When will its wintery reign ever end?! Probably never, how can they possibly just let it go??
When 14-year-old Brooklyn Andrews went to Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa she obviously took her teddy bear Toby with her!
Her bear is more than just a stuffed animal, he's all that's left of her late father, who died of a heart attack while on duty as a police officer back in 2006.
The most heart-wrenching part is her father recorded
Star Wars is about to get a lot more Girl-y!
The highly anticipated Disney relaunch of the sci-fi franchise may have found its villain!
Adam Driver, who plays Lena Dunham's on-again, shirt off-again love interest on HBO's Girls, is reportedly in final talks for the coveted role!
Not much is known about Adam's part, but rumor is it's a powerful Darth Vader-type character. Da doi, right?
We wonder if that means we'll see his helmet…
Lucasfilm has yet to confirm the casting, but if anyone can bring Adam from the small screen to the big, it's Star Wars 7 director (and Alias creator) J.J. Abrams!
2/26/2014 11:01 PM ET |
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Tale as old as time…
If you’re a lover of Walt Disney World, or any of the Disney Parks, you know that we’ve arrived at the time of year we all hate – the dreaded price hike on admission!
Yes, once a year, the House of Mouse decides it’s time that guests need to shell out even more to experience all the magic and wonder that Walt dreamt up, but this week marks a milestone for the company. As of yesterday, it will cost you a solid $100 bucks (plus tax) to enter the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, FL. It’s a steep price, one that probably has many people shaking their heads in dismay and even vowing to cancel any future plans to visit the most magical place on Earth.
But those people are in the minority.
Fact is fact – the price to visit the Magic Kingdom will always be on the rise, but so will the public’s desire to visit it’s seven wondrous lands of fun and fantasy. It’s become a rite of passage for families to make the trek to central Florida and once you’ve been bitten by the bug, it’s really hard to shake the urge to visit again and again.
So, in the grand scheme of things, this probably won’t deter many from visiting the park, but if YOU'RE on the fence, allow us to provide you with these 10 reasons that will make you feel better about your wallet being 100 bucks lighter:
Yes, yes, YES! We LOVE this!!!
Disney's Frozen has taken the nation by storm with everyone and their mothers loving the film and Good Morning America is not immune to that love!
The morning show held an absolutely EPIC live sing-a-long event on their show this morning and it was a MAJOR win!
Not only were Josh Elliott, Lara Spencer, George Stephanopoulos, and the rest of the anchors there, but Idina Menzel, Kelly Ripa, Michael Strahan, & so many more were belting out Let It Go too!
So many talented voices! We're in awe!!
Watch the whole sing-a-long (above) & try
not to sing-a-long too!!
Missed all the coverage of the Winter Olympics, but saw Frozen 7 times in the theaters? Then you've got to the right spot.
With its freezing weather, Sochi and Arendelle are not too different, except in maybe how they treat dogs.
We all know that America's T.J. Oshie scored the winning goal in the final shootout against Russia's hockey team, but did you know the Russian goalie was actually Marshmallow, the snowman-turned-bodyguard?
Want the Disney-fied version of the Sochi Olympics? Then ch-ch-check our recap…AFTER THE JUMP!!!