Talk about perfect timing! As we get capped in ice and snow, we get a new Teaser for FROZEN 2. We’re sure many of you can’t wait any longer! It’s okay, let it go!
From the Academy Award®-winning team—directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, and producer Peter Del Vecho—and featuring the voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad, and the music of Oscar®-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2” opens in theatres on Nov. 22, 2019.
See the Teaser:
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada release FROZEN 2 on Friday, November 22, 2019.
(Photo/video credit: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada)
For those of us who can’t enough of the Life-Imitates-Art FROZEN phenomenon (yes, many are blaming Elsa on this deep chill right now!), you’ll be pleased to know about this brand new Short Film, continuing where FROZEN left off! FROZEN FEVER will show in theatres alongside CINDERELLA, starring Cate Blanchett and Lily James!
See the Trailer:
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada release CINDERELLA on Friday, March 13, 2015!
(Photo/video credit: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Canada and Mr. Will Wong want to give Readers a chance to win the Sing-Along Version of Oscar-winning Animated Feature FROZEN on DVD! Even if you’ve experienced the magic on the Big Screen many times, it’s certainly not too soon to experience it all again at home … and sing along!!
Just follow the bouncing Snowflake!
Fearless optimist Anna sets off on an epic journey — teaming up with rugged Mountain Man Kristoff and his loyal Reindeer Sven — to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the Kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical Trolls and a hilarious Snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the Kingdom.
FROZEN features the Voice Work of Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad.
Mr. Peabody & Sherman in its second week of release takes the top of the Box Office despite some stiff challenges from some new Films. The Animated Feature earned $21.2 million for 20th Century Fox after opening in second spot last weekend. To date, it has grossed $63 million.
After debuting at the top last weekend, 300: Rise of an Empire slips to second spot this weekend for Warner Bros. with $19.1 million. In two weeks, the Action-Fantasy has earned an impressive $78 million.
Need for Speed opens in third spot for DreamWorks Pictures with $17.3 million from 3,315 theatres. Critics gave the Film 24% on the Tomatometer, despite Audiences having praise for the Film starring Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul, giving it an B+ CinemaScore.
Non-Stop continues to perform well in its third week with $10 million for Universal Pictures, placing it in fourth. The Film starring Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore thus far has made $78 million.
Tyler Perry’s The Single Mom’s Club opens in fifth spot for eOne Films/Lionsgate Films with $9 million. Critics gave the Comedy starring Nia Long, Terry Crews, Eddie Cibrian, Amy Smart at more a 22% on the Tomatometer, while Audiences gave it a A-CinemaScore.
It was close for the bottom of the Top ten with The Grand Budapest Hotel in its second week of limited release performing exceedingly well for Fox Searchlight, with $2.1 million from only 66 theatres across North America. Its per-screen average is a record-setting $55k. Critics gave the new Dramedy from Wes Anderson an outstanding 91% on the Tomatometer. Meanwhile, Fan-funded Veronica Mars, handled by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, also grossed $2.0 million from only 291 theatres; Critics gave it a respectable 76% on the Tomatometer. Another Kristen Bell Film, Frozen also brought-in $2 million for Disney in its 17th week of release amazingly.
It is the rise of an empire, indeed! The Sequel to 300 trumps the Box Office this weekend, bringing-in an outstanding $45 million in its Debut from 3,470 theatres. By comparison, its 2007 Predecessor starring Gerard Butler, grossed $70 million, but still this is no shame considering already overseas it has brought-in $30 million over three days too. Critics gave it 43% on the Tomatometer, while Audiences gave it an even “B” CinemaScore.
20th Century Fox‘s Animated Feature,Mr. Peabody and Sherman, in its debut garners $30 million from 3,934 theatres. Featuring the Voicework of Ty Burrell and Max Charles, the Film received a 77% rating on the Tomatometer, while Audiences similarly had great things to say, giving it a “yes” with an A CinemaScore also.
After dominating last week, Non-Stop starring Liam Neeson, slips to third spot this weekend with $15 million for Universal Pictures, just surpassing the $50-million mark in its second week of release.
The Lego Movie (which also features Neeson) continues to stand on strong footing with $11 million in its fifth week out for Warner Bros., just ahead of 20th Century Fox‘s Biblical-Drama,Son of God, with $9 million in its second week.
Frozen finds itself in seventh spot with $3 million now in its 16th week of release, undoubtedly boosted by last weekend’s Oscar win and maybe even John Travolta‘s infamous “Adele Mazeem” gaffe when introducing its Star, Idina Menzel.
12 Years a Slave also sees a post-Oscar boost following its Best Picture win, bringing-in $2.5 million for Fox Searchlight. In its 21-week run domestically, it has made over $$53 million.
Ride Along rounds-out the Top Ten for Universal Pictures with $1.9 million, showing tremendous staying power in its eighth week.
Few can dispute that The Lego Movie was a deserving Winner at the Box Office this weekend, debuting with a record-setting (for an Animated Feature) $69 million from 3,775 theatres for Warner Bros. The 3-D Offering featuring an All-Star Cast of Will Ferrell, Will Arnett, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum and Alison Brie, unseats the three-week reign of Ride Along. Critics gave it an outstanding 97% on the Tomatometer on Rotten Tomatoes, in addition to a coveted A CinemaScore.
Despite being panned by Critics, The Monuments Men from Sony Pictures had enough Starpower to drive Moviegoers to the theatres. The World War II-Dramedy starring George Clooney, John Goodman, Matt Damon and Jean Dujardin earned $22.7 million in its debut after multiple rescheduled release dates, landing it in second spot. Audiences gave it a B+ CinemaScore, while it mustered 33% from Critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
Ride Along still continues to perform strong in third with $8.9 million in its fourth week for Universal Pictures, just surpassing the $100-million mark in North America. Disney‘s Frozen is right behind in fourth with $6 million in its twelfth week out amazingly.
That Awkward Moment finds itself in sixth spot in its second week of release for Focus Features/VVS Films, earning $6 million for a total of $16 million grossed thus far domestically.
Vampire Academy debuts in seventh spot for The Weinstein Co./eOne Films with $3.8 million. Critics gave it an 11% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and Audiences gave it a forgiving B- CinemaScore.
Labor Day rounds-out the Top Ten with $3 million for Paramount Pictures and likely will be a factor as one of the few Romantic options available for Moviegoers heading into Valentine’s Day.
For the third week in-a-row, Universal Pictures reigns supreme with Ride Along, dominating a tepid weekend at the Box Office with $12.3 million in this its third week of release from 2,867 theatres, as it closes-in on the $100-mark in North America.
Frozen continues to be a model of resilience, in second spot this weekend in this its $9.3 million for Disney. The Animated Feature is now in its eleventh week of release and got a boost from the release of its Singalong version which allows Fans to sing to the Music of the Film with the guidance of a magical snowflake on-screen.
Debuting in third spot is Rom-Com,That Awkward Moment starring Zac Efron, with $9 million from 2,809 theatres for Focus Features/VVS Films. Made for only $8 million, the Film already has recouped its production costs and should be a presence into Valentine’s Day; Efron also produced the Project. Critics gave it only 23% on the Tomatometer, but Audiences gave it a B CinemaScore.
Frozen continues to be a model of resilience, in second spot this weekend in this its $9.5 million for Disney. The Animated Feature is now in its eleventh week of release and got a boost from the release of its Singalong version which allows Fans to sing to the Music of the Film with the guidance of a magical snowflake on-screen.
The Nut Job finds itself in fourth spot this weekend with $7.6 million for eOne Films/Open Road Films, now in its third week out. Giving Families another option at the Movies, the Animated Feature is closing-in on the $50-million mark.
Lone Survivor like its name suggests is determined to survive at the Box Office, in its fifth week of release garnering $7.1 million for eOne Films/Universal Pictures.
Labor Day debuts in seventh spot for Paramount Pictures, the Romantic-Thriller garnering $5.3 million from 2,589 theatres. Critics hammered down on the Film with a 32% rating on the Tomatometer, while Audiences gave it a B- CinemaScore.
I, Frankenstein rounds-out the Top Ten with $3.5 million from 2,753 theatres in its second week for Lionsgate Films/eOne Films.
How exciting! Fans of Disney‘s FROZEN have taken to the Internet to express their Love with a litany of Covers surfacing on YouTube. Now Fans can unite together at the Movies with a brand-new Singalong Version of the Box Office record-setting, Oscar-nominated Animated Feature soon to hit theatres. A magical Snowflake will guide you along the on-screen Lyrics as you sing your heart out!
The duration of the theatrical run will vary from theatre to theatre, but the release nationwide is set for Friday, January 31, 2014!
Sing along to Let it Go, performed by Idina Menzel, see it below:
Idina Menzel & Mr. Will:
Download the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Frozenhere.
(Photo/video credit: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
For the second week in-a-row, Ride Along dominates the North American Box Office, earning $21.2 million for Universal Pictures. The Comedy starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, just crossed the $75-million mark domestically.
War-Action/Drama,Lone Survivor, shows no signs of stopping, in second spot with $12.6 million for eOne Films/Universal Pictures, repeating last week’s order of finish behind Ride Along. The Film starring and produced by Mark Wahlberg likely will surpass the $100-million mark later this week.
Animated Feature,The Nut Job, finds itself in third spot for Open Road Films/eOne Films with $12.3 million in its second week out.
Frozen continues to show amazing resilience just like the sub-zero temperatures we are experience, landing in fourth this weekend for Disney with $9 million in its tenth week of release.
I, Frankenstein debuts in fifth spot with $8.2 million for Lionsgate Films/eOne Films, with less-than-great Reviews at 5% on the Tomatometer and a much more forgiving B CinemaScore from Audiences.
August: Osage County continues to perform solidly in eighth spot with $5.04 million for The Weinstein Co./eOne Films, now in its fifth week out.
Oscar Contender The Wolf of Wall Street continues to benefit from its Awards buzz, in ninth this weekend with $5 million for Paramount Pictures.
Rounding-out the Top Ten is Devil’s Due from 20th Century Fox, with $2.7 million.