After a successful Twitter campaign using the hashtag #DemiFrozen, Walt Disney Studios has released its track of Demi Lovato performing ‘Let It Go’ from the original motion picture soundtrack for Frozen from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The song is performed in the film by Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel).
It has just been confirmed that recording sensation Demi Lovato has recorded ‘Let it Go’ to be featured on the upcoming original motion picture soundtrack for Frozen from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The song is performed in the film by Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel).
To promote the announcement, a Twitter campaign has been started with the hashtag #DemiFrozen which will unlock the recording at frozensocialsnowstorm.com. In the interview posted below, Lovato has also confirmed a music video for the recording has been produced.
The third (and most poignant) trailer for Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios’ upcoming film Frozen (November 27, 2013) has popped up online (until it pops off). You can find it embedded below. In addition to more of the plot and newly released animation, the trailer also features a bit of Anna and Elsa’s song, ‘For the First Time in Forever.’
Simon & Schuster will be re-issuing its biography of Mary Poppins, She Wrote by Valerie Lawson on December 3, 2013, in an effort to capitalize on Disney’s biopic Saving Mr. Banks. The book will be released in both paperback and Kindle formats.
The official publisher’s description is as follows:
The only comprehensive biography of P.L. Travers — the fascinating woman who created Mary Poppins, the events in this book inspired Disney’s movie Saving Mr. Banks, starring Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has provided us high-resolution versions of newly released stills, concept art and character posters for its upcoming animated film, Frozen (November 27, 2013). In addition, we have received a new still and character model sheets for the Disney animated short Get A Horse! which will play before the film in theaters. The new additions have each been added to the beginning of their respective galleries below.
One might imagine it should not be too difficult for one describe the infamous Wicked Witch of the West from L. Frank Baum’s iconic Oz series, beginning with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. In fact, one could probably close one’s eyes and simultaneously click one’s heels three times whilst describing her to a T. Whether it’s Theodora from Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful or Elphaba from Gregory Maguire’s Wicked series/Broadway musical, one would instantly recognize the Wicked Witch by her green flesh, pointy black hat and broomstick upon which she travels. Her green complexion is so identifiable with her, that it’s even a significant plot device in Maguire’s books.
After a fairly successful run with The Little Mermaid, Disney will continue bringing its ‘Second Screen Live’ experience to select theaters nationwide. Beginning October 18, Disney will present Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas just in time for Halloween. The Nightmare Before Christmas was actually the first film to receive the special treatment, which has gone through focus testing several times within the past year.
El Capitan Theatre moviegoers will kick off holiday celebrations early with an exclusive advance engagement of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen, beginning five days before the film’s nationwide release. El Capitan is frozen over this holiday season, welcoming guests into a snow-covered wonderland — complete with ice-capped opera boxes and a flurry of snowflakes. Frozen showings, which will run Nov. 22, 2013, to Jan. 5, 2014, will be preceded by ice carving performance artists on stage, as well as Frozen characters Anna and Elsa in their first live-on-stage appearances.
Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Studios have provided us with high resolution versions of two newly released character posters from their upcoming epic, Thor: The Dark World — those of Fandral (Zachary Levi) and Volstagg (Ray Stevenson). The new additions have been added to the beginning of our Thor: The Dark World poster gallery embedded below.
Production has begun on the first Disney Junior Original Movie, Lucky Duck, a music-filled, animated adventure at sea starring the voices of Christian Borle, Megan Hilty and Tom Cavanaugh. The movie follows a plucky rubber ducky named Lucky (Borle) who, after accidentally being tossed off a cargo ship, sets off in search of the perfect home. Along the way, he teams with a group of misfit tub toys including a sassy hippo, Flo (Hilty) and an apprehensive turtle named Snap (Cavanaugh). The movie is slated to premiere in summer 2014 on Disney Junior in the U.S. and thereafter on Disney Junior channels around the world. The announcement was made today by Joe D’Ambrosia, Vice President, Original Programming, Disney Junior.