Nominees for best original song will be performed this year at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Sunday, February 27, 2011. Today, producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer announced the artists who will perform the nominated songs on the Kodak Theatre stage on Oscar Night.
Disney will see both of its nominated songs, ‘I See the Light’ from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Tangled and ‘We Belong Together’ from Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3 presented by their original performers.
Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore will be reprising their roles as Flynn Rider and Rapunzel as they perform ‘I See the Light’ while being accompanied by co-nominee Alan Menken on piano, while Randy Newman will perform ‘We Belong Together.’
Other nominees and performances include: Gwyneth Paltrow performing ‘Coming Home’ from Country Strong; and A.R. Rahman and Florence Welch will perform ‘If I Rise’ from 127 hours.
I feel like I’ve been sharing a new clip from Disney’s Tangled practically every day. Oh wait, I have. This clip, titled ‘Pan-dering’ for reasons I suspect I shall never learn, actually is the lead-in to the clip posted yesterday, ‘Person In My Closet’ so I’ve re-posted it below the new one so you can re-watch it in sequence.
In short, Rapunzel has a frying pan.
On that happy note, ‘The Smolder’ was also released yesterday but I think I forgot to share it. So I’m left with no choice, here comes ‘The Smolder.’
Disney’s Tangled stars the vocal talents of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi and Donna Murphy and opens in theaters nationwide on November 24. For additional information on Disney’s Tangled including personal appearance photos, clips, featurettes, stills, Grace Potter’s performance of the end-title song ‘Something That I Want’ and more, follow this live bookmark.
Mandy Moore (voice of Rapunzel) and Zachary Levi (voice of Flynn Rider) stopped by the Disney Store Times Square in New York City earlier today to take some time to read to local schoolchildren. The pair are in town to promote the 50th animated film from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Tangled, which opens in theaters nationwide on November 24.
In honor of Disney’s Tangled, Disney Store retail locations across the country will be hosting a special crafts event tomorrow, November 20, at 10 am and at 11:30 am. Kids will participate in a Tangled storytime introducing characters from the film as well as the concept of the paper lanterns in the story. Next, kids will create a personalized lantern to celebrate Rapunzel’s birthday. Although the event has a minimum age of six, Disney Store has noted that this is because of the use of scissors and that children under the age of six are welcome as long as a parent is on hand to do the cutting for them. Space is limited.
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The original motion picture soundtrack to Disney’s Tangled was released today and is now available for purchase and immediate download from several sources, but clearly one of the best deals so far appears to be Amazon.comwho is currently selling the complete album in MP3 format plus digital booklet for just $3.99.
The album consists of 20 tracks featuring all new songs written by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater and performed by Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy and the supporting cast as well as the end-title variation Something That I Want by Grace Potter.
Disney’s Tangled opens in theaters nationwide on November 24. For additional information on Disney’s Tangled including clips, featurettes, stills, Grace Potter’s performance of the end-title song ‘Something That I Want’ and more, follow this live bookmark.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has released a new featurette and clip in promotion of its upcoming animated classic Disney’s Tangled starring Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi and opening nationwide on November 24.
In the featurette, titled ‘The Dynamic Duo,’ the usual gang of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, co-directors Byron Howard and Nathan Greno and John Lasseter explore the individual personalities and teaming up of Rapunzel and the swashbuckling thief Flynn Rider. In addition to quite a bit of newly released footage, there’s also some behind-the-scenes voiceover work.
In the following clip, dubbed ‘Horsing Around,’ Flynn Rider has run off with the Princess’ tiara and is being chased down by the palace guards which includes the King’s most trusted steed, Maximus, who takes a quick disliking to Flynn (and vice versa).
For additional information on Disney’s Tangled including clips, featurettes, stills, Grace Potter’s performance of the end-title song ‘Something That I Want’ and more, follow this live bookmark.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has just released this new clip from its upcoming release Tangled in which Mother Gothel (voiced by Donna Murphy) returns to the tower in her usual fashion. It’s the eve of Rapunzel’s eighteenth birthday and it’s clear that her priorities don’t seem to align too well with the only mother she’s ever known.
Disney’s Tangled stars the voice talents of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi, Donna Murphy and many more and opens nationwide on November 24. For more information on the film including featurettes, concept art, character art, fun facts, photos of the meet & greet characters at Walt Disney World and Disneyland and more, follow this bookmark.
Quite a bit can happen in just a day and nothing is further proof than that of the new cogs added to the Disney’s Tangled publicity machine. Today we bring you recent news of an all new clip from Walt Disney Animation Studio’s 50th animated classic, a featurette, a magical event and more stills than ever, effectively doubling the library.
In this clip titled ‘Reluctant Alliance,’ Rapunzel is on a mission to see the floating lantern spectacle, Maximus is on a mission to catch Flynn Rider and Flynn, well, he’s Flynn. Rapunzel also learns a rather painful lesson when it comes to having 70 feet of hair too.
On its official site to garner Oscar attention, Walt Disney Studios has recently begun to promote several of its films from 2010 including Alice in Wonderland, Toy Story 3 / Day & Night, Secretariat, Tangled and TRON: Legacy. Filled with behind-the-scenes photos, videos and more, there are also a few gems that have yet to have been formally introduced to the public at large which includes Daft’s Punk original score for TRON: Legacy, ‘I See The Light‘ performed by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi from Disney’s Tangled and even the screenplay to Toy Story 3.
Walt Disney Studios has provided is with four new hi-res stills from Disney’s Tangled from Walt Disney Animation Studios, the company’s 50th animated film. The stills appear to be a follow up from yesterday’s release of the 90 second promo, titled Surprise.
Opening nationwide on November 24, Tangled is an action-packed, swashbuckling, animated musical comedy about the girl behind 70 feet of magical, golden hair. A princess stolen from her parents’ castle as a baby, Rapunzel (Moore) is locked in a hidden tower longing for adventure. Now an imaginative and determined teenager, she takes off on a hilarious, hair-raising escapade with the help of a dashing bandit (Levi). With the secret of her royal heritage hanging in the balance and her captor in pursuit, Rapunzel and her cohort find adventure, heart, humor, and hair… lots of hair. It also features the voice talent of Donna Murphy, Brad Garrett and others along with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Glenn Slater.
The new stills have been added to the beginning of our stills gallery below. For more photos, behind-the-scenes images, videos and more for Disney’s Tangled, follow this bookmark.
Walt Disney Studios has just released this following 90 second promo (guaranteed P!nk-free) for its upcoming release Tangled which stars the voice talents of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi and Donna Murphy amongst others.
Walt Disney Pictures presents Tangled, an action-packed, swashbuckling, animated musical comedy about the girl behind 70 feet of magical, golden hair. A princess stolen from her parents’ castle as a baby, Rapunzel (Moore) is locked in a hidden tower longing for adventure. Now an imaginative and determined teenager, she takes off on a hilarious, hair-raising escapade with the help of a dashing bandit (Levi). With the secret of her royal heritage hanging in the balance and her captor in pursuit, Rapunzel and her cohort find adventure, heart, humor, and hair… lots of hair.
It appears that the title surprise in question, however, may end up to be a tad of a spoiler (albeit a minor one), so peruse at your own discretion. Or it could be the surprise is that this is the first time Rapunzel’s name is actually mentioned in an English clip (I think). If you’ve been following our other extensive coverage of Tangled, you’ll see a bit of new footage here. And if you haven’t (but WHY?), you’ll find quite a bit more new footage.
The legend breaks free nationwide November 24 in Disney Digital 3D.