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Cartoon Brew has posted a photo from "Frozen" pointing out the cameo in question along with a Twitter conversation with Greno seemingly confirming it.
"Turbo" may have fizzled at the box-office, but DreamWorks Animation is pressing on with the TV series "Turbo Fast". The first five episodes will be released on Netflix on December 24th and marks the streaming service's first original series for kids.
Further episodes will premiere throughout the year. The news is a deviation from Netflix's traditional approach of making an entire season's worth of episodes available at once. [Source: The Live Feed]
Sony have revealed that the first two weeks of U.S. sales combined with the first weekend of global sales have resulted in 2.1 million PS4 consoles »
- Garth Franklin
If you were watching Frozen carefully enough, you may have spotted a cameo from two Disney characters. If you haven.t seen Frozen and/or don.t want to be spoiled on this reported cameo, please read no further and consider yourself vaguely spoiler-warned! The cameo in question involves Tangled leads Rapunzel and her love interest Flynn Rider, also known as Eugene. The screenshot from Frozen below shows the backs of two characters in a scene from Disney.s Frozen: It certainly looks like it could be the backs/profiles of Rapunzel and Eugene over on the left, standing directly in front of Anna. A screenshot of a Facebook exchange between Tangled co-director Nathan Greno and an undisclosed fan has also been making the rounds and indicates that it's really them, though it.s difficult to verify the actual source, as no links were provided, which makes me a bit »
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Disney is in the process of developing another CG animated adventure that has yet to be announced, called Giants. Thanks to Bleeding Cool, we have some details on the new film that all you Disney fans might be interested in hearing.
First of all, the film will be an adaptation of Jack in the Beanstalk, kind of likeTangled is to Rapunzel and Frozen is to The Snow Queen. The movie is being directed by Nathan Greno (Tangled), and as you might expect, it's going to be in the same style and tone as Tangled and Frozen.
For one thing, they both have a hero called Jack, and Giants named for the Fee Fi Fo Fum rhymes. »
- Joey Paur
Jason Bateman is set to lead the voice cast of a mysterious new Walt Disney Animation project, says a story at The Hollywood Reporter . Specifics are few, but the trade claims that it will be an animal comedy and will be directed by Tangled 's Byron Howard. Bateman, who this year has already starred in Identity Thief and Disconnect , will next reprise his role as Michael Bluth for Netflix's new "Arrested Development" season. He has previously supplied big screen voice work for the English-language version of Luc Besson's Arthur and the Invisibles . Tangled (co-directed by Nathan Greno) was a surprise hit for the studio, raking in more than $590 million worldwide. The studio's next animated feature, Frozen , features the voice talents of Kristen Bell, Idina »
Ok, ok, this is not some hot fresh news, and you’ve probably already watched Disney’s Tangled Ever After, but hey in case you’ve missed it – here’s your perfect chance to finally check it out! It’s funny, it’s cute, it’s lovely, it premiered before the 3D theatrical re-release of Beauty and the Beast and… what else you want to hear?
So, it’s Rapunzel and Flynn Rider’s wedding day, and Pascal and Maximus are the ring bearers. But – they accidentally lose the wedding rings! And that’s where the fun begins…
They eventually retrieve the rings in time for the ceremony, but cause immense collateral damage and get themselves dirty. Then they accidentally “lose” the wedding cake.
- Jeanne Standal
5 items from 2013
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