Disney ‘Frozen’ Extended ‘Whole World’ Ad Features Lovato’s ‘Let It Go’

'Frozen' from Walt Disney Animation StudiosJust after releasing the full track for ‘Let It Go’ as performed by Demi Lovato on the original motion picture soundtrack for Frozen, Walt Disney Animation Studios has released an extended television ad for the film which features the song along with newly released clips from the film.

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LISTEN: ‘Let It Go’ by Demi Lovato from Disney’s ‘Frozen’

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).

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.

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Demi Lovato’s ‘Frozen’ Song Revealed to be ‘Let It Go’

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.

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WATCH: ‘Frozen’ Final Trailer

'Frozen' from Walt Disney Animation StudiosThe 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.’

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CONFIRMED: ‘Penn Zero: Part Time Hero’ Animated Series Coming to Disney XD

Confirming an earlier report made by Stitch Kingdom this past summer, Disney XD today confirmed it has ordered ‘Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero,’ an animated comedy adventure series that follows Penn Zero, a boy from the suburbs who inherits the coolest job ever — part-time hero and leader of a team of good guys who zap to other worlds to save the day. Production is underway for a scheduled fall 2014 premiere. The announcement was made today by Eric Coleman, Senior Vice President, Original Series, Disney Television Animation.

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‘Star Wars Rebels’ Viral Site Quietly Launched

Sienar Fleet SystemsA website designed to promote the upcoming Disney XD Star Wars series, ‘Star Wars Rebe;s,’ has recently popped up at sienarfleetsystems.com.

Currently consisting only of a single propaganda image, the site seeks to appeal to citizens of the economically troubled planet Lothal to join defense contractor Sienar Fleet Systems. Promoting its primary product, the TIE Fighter, the poster promises that SFS’s objective is to produce ‘the latest in defense against threats to peace’ and to ‘bringing jobs and prosperity to Lothal.’

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‘Sofia the First: The Floating Palace’ Featuring Ariel Premieres November 24

Sofia and her family take to the high seas for a royal vacation in the first-ever ‘Sofia the First’ primetime special, ‘Sofia the First: The Floating Palace,’ premiering Sunday, November 24 at 7:00 pm ET/PT on Disney Channel and Thursday, November 28 at 7:00 pm ET/PT on the Disney Junior channel. The undersea adventure, in which Sofia is magically transformed into a mermaid, features a special appearance by Princess Ariel from The Little Mermaid, voiced by Disney Legend Jodi Benson who reprises her iconic role from the animated film. The special also introduces a new character named Oona, a young mermaid voiced by Kiernan Shipka.

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‘Frozen,’ ‘Get a Horse’ New Hi-Res Stills, Concept Art, Posters and More

Elsa's ice palace. ©2013 Disney. All Rights Reserved.

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.

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Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Gets Exclusive Early Run at El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood

Disney Frozen Anna and Elsa meet & greet charactersEl 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.

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‘Lucky Duck’ to be Disney Junior’s First Original Film; Debuts Summer 2014

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.

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