Disney has released the first musical snippets from the upcoming Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, featuring the likes of Olaf (Josh Gad), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristen Bell), and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) belting out holiday-themed tunes from the animated featurette. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure finds the goofy snowman and his trusty reindeer steed Sven on a mission across the kingdom after Elsa and Anna realize Arendelle is lacking in holiday traditions.
Luke Evans are Josh Gad have received major props for their acting and singing chops as Gaston and LeFou, respectively, in Disney’s new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast. Naturally, we wondered if the two stage-and-screen stars were looking to expand the adventures of Gaston and LeFou in a spin-off extending beyond the realm of the Beast’s kingdom.
In new images posted to his Facebook page, Beauty and the Beast co-producer Jack Morrissey has revealed some early images from the live-action update to Disney’s cartoon classic. While we didn’t get a glimpse of Emma Watson as Belle or Dan Stevens in Beast mode, the new images, which include concept art, B-roll footage, and a screen grab from the upcoming 25th anniversary home release of the 1991 animated feature, reveal our first look at several key characters and show how closely the production is hewing to its source material. “Here’s a fine piece of concept art of Ewan McGregor as Lumière and Ian McKellen as Cogsworth,” writes Morrissey.
This exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of Frozen Fever (above) shows filmmakers and cast reuniting for the follow-up short film to their Oscar-winning smash hit Frozen (the short played theatrically in front of Cinderella). The bonus clip above is from the Walt Disney Animation Studios Shorts Collection, and will only be made available on Disney Movies Anywhere starting this Sunday.
It’s still about alien life forms that attack Earth in the form of '80s arcade-game characters, leaving it up to Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Peter Dinklage to save humanity.
We had the chance to talk to Josh Gad about his hit film Frozen, so we figured we’d turn over interviewing duties to the true experts in the field: our children.