Disney Japan has released its first teaser trailer for the upcoming film, Big Hero 6 (November 7, 2014) from Walt Disney Animation tudios, which you can find embedded below. As usual, the trailer takes a more emotional stance, focusing on the importance and death of Hiro’s brother and mentor, Tadashi, as well as the emoji-filled scene in which Hiro and Baymax meet for the first time.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has released the first full-length trailer for its upcoming film, Big Hero 6 (November 7, 2014), which you can find embedded below. At the 1:15 mark, you might even notice a familiar face Frozen to the police department billboard. In addition to Hans, Bolt also makes a brief tiny appearance in one of the photo frames on the police desk.
Walt Disney Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios have provided us with super high resolution images of the newly revealed cast of Big Hero 6, in theaters on November 7, 2014. We were so excited, that we opted not to reduce the size of the images as we typically would, so they are presented in our gallery below in their glorious 15MP+ original resolution. Just a reminder to click on each of the thumbnails to expand it to fill the screen, but then to click the resize arrow to view it at its original resolution.
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On April 29, 2014, Walt Disney Records will release a three-track digital EP titled ‘Let It Go: Remixes’ according to a new listing on Amazon.
The album will contain the following remixes of the smash hit ‘Let It Go’ as performed in the film by Idina Menzel: Dave Audé Club Remix, Papercha$er Club Remix and DJ Escape & Tony Coluccio Club Remix.
For more information or to pre-order/purchase ‘Let It Go: Remixes,’ visit Amazon.
With what is undoubtedly an unprecedented move, Walt Disney Records is further capitalizing on the success of Disney Animation’s Frozen and its ‘Let It Go’ theme by releasing a ‘three disc set’ featuring fifty tracks consisting of official, international versions of the song, often in both film and end title formats, titled Let It Go: The Complete Set.
No official announcement from Walt Disney Records has been made yet, but he album showed up on Amazon last night as an MP3 album with a release date of April 15, 2014.
In honor of today’s Blu-ray release of Frozen (with a still unconfirmed release of the 3D Blu-ray in October), Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and Disney Movies Anywhere released this featurette focusing on co-directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, producer Peter Del Vecho, art director Michael Giaimo and others as they explore the Frozen suite at the Hotel de Glace in Quebec City, Canada. Long before the creation of the suite, however, the hotel itself was crucial to the animation process for Frozen as it served as reference material for the way light was reflected against the ice creations.
As part of its annual tribute to Oscar winners (and sometimes nominees), Mondo has announced it will be releasing its poster for Frozen by artist Tom Whalen at a random time tomorrow, March 18, 2014 (usually between 10 am – 12 pm ET, but never guaranteed). Those interested in attempting to grab a copy are advised to follow @MondoNews on Twitter for the on-sale announcement.
Known to sell out in mere seconds, the Mondo poster series entry for Frozen is limited to an edition size of just 440 pieces. It measures 24″ x 36″ and will retail for $50. For those that miss the opportunity tomorrow, there are no guarantees, but Whalen sometimes sells artist proof variants at his online store at a later date.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment’s confirmation of nothing to announce for the 3D Blu-ray edition of Disney’s Frozen has made fans feel as though they were left out in the cold, with many resorting to order the 3D edition from overseas, amidst fears of ‘double-dipping.’ Although there has been no official announcement, marketing materials obtained by Stitch Kingdom have indeed confirmed plans for an October 2014 release of the 3D Blu-ray/DVD release of Frozen.
Earlier this evening, during the live telecast of the 86th Annual Academy Awards presentation, Broadway diva and Tony Award winner Idina Menzel took to the Dolby Theatre stage to perform the Oscar-winning song ‘Let It Go’ from Disney’s Frozen. Pictured left are Menzel and Frozen co-star Kristen Bell on the red carpet prior the Awards program (photo courtesy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences).
Embedded below, you can find the televised performance of ‘Let It Go,’ also courtesy of AMPAS, which earned Menzel a standing ovation from the A-List audience.