HomeTagsPosts tagged with "let it go"

let it go

It seems like such a long time ago when Frozen first hit our screens, bringing incredible music, stunning animation and beautiful characters for every age to enjoy. Let It Go became an anthem, winning dozens of awards along the way.

Our favourite ice Queen Elsa and her loving sister Anna were torn apart as children when Elsa's magical powers became too hard to control.

The massively successful film saw the siblings reunite alongside some hilarious and charming friends; the comedic snowman Olaf, stubborn Kristoff and his trusty reindeer, Sven.

Finally, a trailer for the much-anticipated sequel has been released, and Elsa doesn't look like she's in Arendelle anymore.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Disney Frozen (@disneyfrozen) on

Elsa must brave an entirely new element in the teaser trailer from Disney, which shows the Queen (played by Idina Menzel) conquering a gigantic wave of the ocean and joining familiar faces like Princess Anna, Olaf and Kristoff.

Directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck once again join forces for the film, as well as song-writer married couple Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

Lee is co-writing the script with Hidden Figures scribe Allison Schroeder, hinting to Variety that the upcoming adventure will be "bigger" and "more epic" than the initial release; “They’re going to go far out of Arendelle."

Frozen became an instant sensation after it was released back in 2013, raking in over $1.3 billion at the box office, as well as two Academy Awards.

It's also the highest-grossing animated film ever made, and the 13th biggest flick of all time. It was even adapted as a Broadway musical last year, and was nominated for three Tonys.

Frozen 2 hits the cinemas on November 22, get ready for the return of our favourite magical sisters.

Feature image: Fulbridge

 

Trending

Taylor Swift's 1989 tour has come to an end (at least its North American leg has), and the superstar certainly impressed her fans in Tampa, Florida last night.

And with it being Halloween and all, Taylor decided to dress up as one of the world's most loved characters; Olaf from Frozen.

Of course the crowd went WILD as Taylor emerged in the snowman get-up, but it was her next guest that delighted her fans.

Ms Swift welcomed Idina Menzel, the Broadway star whose Frozen hit Let It Go reached the Top 10 of the Hot 100 last year. 

The 1989 tour will officially wrap for good on December 12 in Melbourne, Australia but since this was the last American show, she made sure it was one to remember.

Trending

by

Sometimes you just need to throw caution to the wind and sing at the top of your lungs to your favourite song. Of course, most of us wait until there's no one else around, but Kristen Wiig would rather do it on a world-famous TV show. Attagirl!

After admitting she didn't really know the song, Kristen agreed to do a duet of Let It Go with Ellen… on air. They mightn't be very talented… or know the words… but the entertainment factor is A1!

We're not sure who did a better job of mangling a well-loved song, Kristen, or this little girl… 

It's a tough one to call!

Trending

We already knew what a great sport Idina was, after the way she handled John Travolto’s crazy mispronunciation of her name at the Oscars.

But we love Idina even more now, after she managed to laugh off an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction while performing on stage at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall on Monday.

Fans notices that the Broadway star had a nip-slip in the middle of her on-stage performance, but instead of getting all worked about it, the Let It Go star still carried on with the show.

Idina even went on to say that she wasn’t too worried about her boobs going viral, shouting: “f**k it, they’re real!”

Oh Idina you know how to make us smile!

Trending

by

We’ve lost count with all the covers that now exist of the hit Frozen song, Let It Go.

The latest version features Harley, who wanted to create her own cover of the Frozen hit, but it seems her dad, Todd also wanted to join in too.

The video shows Harley belting out Let It Go, while her dad slipped into the background to lip sync along with her.

Trending

by

It’s been a month since the Oscars, but it seems that John Travolta cannot escape that infamous introduction of Idina Menzel.

Travolta’s confusion over Idina’s name went viral, as he managed to call the actress something that resembled: “Adele Dazeem.”

Idina has finally opened up about John’s name mistake and admits that his introduction threw her before she had to perform.

“It threw me for like eight seconds because I had done this whole preparation to make sure I really was in my body and didn’t get too nervous. And there was Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep sitting there make me so nervous. “

The Frozen actress admitted that she got through her big Oscar performance by imagining she was singing the Frozen hit to her son.

“So I was picturing my son Walker and singing it to him like we do in the bathtub and make sure I breathe — and then [Travolta] said my name like that and I was like, ‘Did that just happen?'”

John has clearly felt terrible about his mistake and has even sent a bouquet of flowers to the Frozen actress. But Idina is willing to Let It Go and is choosing to focus on the positive outcome that came from the famous name slip.

“I don’t want to keep saying it because I don’t want him to feel worse or anything, because he sent lots of apologies and everything that were really nice.”

Trending

by

You may think you have heard all of the covers of “Let It Go”, and there are A LOT, but you haven’t heard this one!

Ledgendary band, The Roots join Jimmy Fallon and the lovely Idina Menzel for a alternative rendition of the Frozen classic.

What happens when you combine all of this musical talent with childhood instruments? Watch and see!

Trending
Well hello there!
Help us help you by allowing us and our partners to remember your device in cookies to serve you personalized content and ads.

We're on a mission to help our mums and their families thrive by informing, connecting and entertaining.

Join us in our mission by consenting to the use of cookies and IP address recognition by us and our partners to serve you content (including ads) best suited to your interests, both here and around the web.

We promise never to share any other information that may be deemed personal unless you explicitly tell us it's ok.

If you want more info, see our privacy policy.