After cutting together the trailer for the sure-fire mega hit Frozen 2, Disney has finally made a decision to "let it go", allowing it to roam free on the icy tundra that is the Internet. Joining them will be Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld) and Sterling K. Brown (The Predator). Songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez are once again writing the film's music.
"At last, I can say - FROZEN 2!". But the clip definitely teases a darker film than the original.
The original "Frozen" movie became a massive hit when it opened in 2013, earning over $1.3 billion at the worldwide box office, along with two Oscars. "Frozen" was adapted as a Broadway musical in 2018, where it was nominated for three Tonys.
Baby rescued from stormwater drain doing well in hospital
A newborn baby girl was rescued from a stormwater drain in South Africa on Monday (Feb. 11) after being stuck for several hours. We would like to congratulate the rescue personnel and paramedics who worked together to rescue this little girl today.
Democratic Presidential Field Widens With Klobuchar Bid
Across town at the Fillin' Station Coffee House, Lynn Rozen of Mankato also describes Klobuchar as relatable and honest. Klobuchar's focus in recent months has included prescription drug prices, a new farm bill and election security.
Katy Perry shoes removed from stores over blackface design
In 2016, high-end winter sports brand Moncler released a series of designs featuring a black face with prominent red lips. Blackface is a centuries-old practice rooted in depicting a negative stereotype of black people in Europe and the US.
Steelers WR Brown requests trade
Brown has been the subject of widespread trade speculation after he failed to show up to work the day before the season finale. ESPN reported shortly afterwards that he has officially asked the team for a trade.
A Jordan Kitted Out PSG Arrive In Manchester In Style
And in the second half, he had a beer thrown at him by a fan. 90 more minutes are missing To continue working for what is coming. PSG superstar Angel Di Maria has blamed Louis van Gaal for his nightmarish stay at Manchester United during the 2014-15 campaign.