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‘Avengers: Endgame’ to Top ‘Avatar’ on Sunday as Highest Grossing Film of All Time

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Like Thanos, this was inevitable. In its 13th week of its release, Disney’s “Avengers: Endgame” is set to overtake “Avatar” as the highest grossing film in box office history, ending the James Cameron film’s nine-year reign atop the global charts.

Marvel announced the record-breaking achievement would take place on Sunday at its panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

As of Friday, “Avengers: Endgame’s” global gross stood at $2,789.2 million. This is just $500,000 behind the lifetime global gross of “Avatar” of $2,789.7 million set back in 2010, and “Endgame” will close this gap by tomorrow.

Even when adjusted for inflation, “Endgame” sits among the top 10 highest grossing films of all time, standing among some of cinema’s greatest event films like “Star Wars,” “Doctor Zhivago,” and “The Ten Commandments.”

The road to this new record was a far different one than what “Avatar” took. Back in 2009, “Avatar” was set for a December
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5 Disney Movies That Deserve A Sequel (& 5 That Don’t)

Disney’s animated features have had a long, rocky relationship with sequels. Starting in 1994 with The Return of Jafar, Disney began cranking out direct-to-video sequels for some of its most beloved theatrical releases. The problem is that many of these new films had predictable stories and poorer animation than their predecessors. While enjoyable, they didn’t hold the same cinematic value of the classics that came before them.

Related: The 5 Best Direct-To-Video Disney Sequels (& 5 To Completely Avoid)

Thankfully, Disney seemed to realize this and slowed down the production of sequels in the 2010s. Nevertheless, its theatrical sequels have not reached a dead-end (Frozen II). While we don’t know how good Disney’s future sequels will be, we do know which films deserve a follow-up — and of course, we know the ones that don’t. We’re only going to be covering the movies that don't already have a sequel,
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10 Highest-Grossing Disney Animated Movies Ever

When it comes to animated movies, Disney is internationally recognized as one of the most groundbreaking and consistently successful studios in the history of cinema. Between Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios, the House of Mouse has own dozens of Oscars and grossed billions of dollars at the box office around the world.

Related: 10 Movies You Didn't Realize Were Made By Disney

Despite the fact that Disney has certainly gone through certain rough decades during its existence, the studio seems as healthy as ever, banking not only on landmark sequels such as Toy Story 4 and Frozen II, but also on original animated features like Onward and Soul. Curious about which movies made the most money for Disney over the years? Find out below!
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The Batman Wants Chloe Grace Moretz as Catwoman?

The Batman Wants Chloe Grace Moretz as Catwoman?
We all know Twilight and Remeber Me actor Robert Pattinson will be taking on the role of Bruce Wayne / Batman in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Cloverfield director Matt Reeves' The Batman. Now we can all start wondering who will be taking on the previously announced role of Catwoman.

And that's just what we're going to be doing here today, as this morning we got word that the powers that be behind the scenes of this new Batman movie are looking to cast Kick-Ass and Let Me In actress Chloe Moretz as Selina Kyle.

Parks and Recreation and recent Child's Play remake star Aubrey Plaza recently threw her metaphorical hat into the ring for the role, going to "audition" as Catwoman over on Stephen Colbert. But considering that Reeves' upcoming take on The Dark Knight is said to be set in the very early years of the Caped Crusader's life,
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Frozen 2: 10 Things You Missed In The Trailer

After 6 long years and a critically-maligned short starring a snowman that ill-advisedly premiered in front of Coco, the highly-anticipated sequel to 2013’s animated blockbuster hit Frozen was finally confirmed for a November 2019 release date. Through a pair of trailers, Frozen II was unveiled to those who couldn’t wait to see Anna and Elsa on the big screen again. Problem was, they didn’t really make sense. Despite being beautifully animated and scored, the trailers were vague and provided little to no hints about the sequel’s plot.

Because of the lack of answers and the intrigue that the mystery has spawned, fans and online theorists resorted to mining the trailers for the smallest of hints while missing out on some rather obvious ones. Here are 10 such things that people may have missed in Frozen II’s trailers in their search for clear answers and spoilers.
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Movie Trailers This Week: 'Frozen 2,' 'Doctor Sleep,' 'The Art of Self-Defense'

Movie Trailers This Week: 'Frozen 2,' 'Doctor Sleep,' 'The Art of Self-Defense'
Frozen 2, the highly-anticipated sequel to the Disney animation hit, released its first full trailer this week as a followup to their previously released teaser. The sequel to Stephen King's The Shining, Doctor Sleep, released its long-awaited trailer as well, starring Ewan McGregor.

The Art of Self-Defense, starring Jesse Eisenberg and directed by Riley Stearns released its first full trailer this week, along with Good Boys, produced by Seth Rogen and starring Jacob Tremblay.

Other films continued their trailer releases including Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista's action comedy Stuber, Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson's comedy Late Night, Gerard Butler's Angel Has Fallen, and Keira Knightley's ...
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‘Frozen 2’: Disney Shows Off New Look at Much-Hyped Sequel, Hints at Deeper Story

‘Frozen 2’: Disney Shows Off New Look at Much-Hyped Sequel, Hints at Deeper Story
When Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck’s much-hyped “Frozen” sequel opens later this year, the Disney animated offering will likely answer some lingering questions leftover from the original smash hit. While early looks at the film have promised to explain the origin of Princess Elsa’s wintry powers, a new presentation from Disney brass at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival hints that the story is even more wide-ranging than previously disclosed. Like many Disney features, much of it might hinge on Elsa’s parentage.

Variety reports that during a special event held at Annecy’s lakeside Bonlieu Theater, “Frozen 2” head of animation Becky Bresee and head of effects animation Marlon West shared a slew of new details about the film, including three new pictures (which you can see throughout this article) and a key note on time: the film will pick up three years after the original wrapped.

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‘Frozen II’ Plot Details Revealed as New Footage Debuts at Annecy

‘Frozen II’ Plot Details Revealed as New Footage Debuts at Annecy
While Frozen fans will have to be satisfied with the recent Frozen II trailer for the time being, lucky attendees of this year's Annecy International Animated Film Festival got an extra sneak peek at the highly anticipated sequel arriving this fall. Disney debuted the film's first footage and a look at key artwork, courtesy of head of animation Becky Bresee and head of effects Marlon West. The team also revealed that the story picks up three years after the ending of the first film, along with additional plot details. Though Frozen II is set to arrive in theaters …
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Disney Debuts ‘Frozen 2’ Scenes and Story Details at Annecy

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Disney Debuts ‘Frozen 2’ Scenes and Story Details at Annecy
Annecy, France — Disney Animation Studios, a long-time friend and collaborator of the Annecy Intl. Animation Festival, returned to the French town on Friday with three new shorts from its experimental animated shorts program Short Circuit, destined for Disney Plus, before providing an inside look at upcoming “Frozen 2.”

Held at Annecy’s lakeside Bonlieu Theater, “Frozen 2” head of animation Becky Bresee and head of effects animation Marlon West shared behind the scenes details for the making of Disney’s most anticipated sequel in years, telling stories, showing photos and screening two scenes, never-before-seen outside of Disney’s Burbank studios.

Before the first clip, Bresee and West explained that the film kicks off, as did the first, when Elsa and Anna are still young girls. Their father regales the girls with a lavish bedtime story from his youth, when the young prince himself visited an enchanted elemental forest, before something went horribly
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Disney Defrosts A New Trailer For “Frozen II”

Ready for more adventures and music from Disney? Still want to build a snow man? Hundreds of millions of dollars sure hope you do. Clearly, we’re talking about a Frozen sequel, which is coming later on in 2019. Frozen II, the hotly (no pun intended) follow up, is poised to be part of a record breaking year for the company. As the promotional machine begins to crank up, a new Trailer has been released for the flick. You can see the Trailer below, but before we get to that, a preview for the movie is in order. So, let us dive right in and discuss! Obviously, this is a sequel to Frozen, the smash hit. Here is the synopsis from Disney: “Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven, she’ll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey.
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New ‘Frozen II’ Trailer Goes Searching for the Source of Elsa’s Magic

Disney has released a new Frozen II trailer. The upcoming sequel sees Anna, Elsa, Kristof, Sven, and Olaf going on a new adventure to discover the source of Elsa’s magical powers. What's interesting about this trailer is how it looks like they're going all in on the adventure aspect. There's no humor here, no Olaf throwing in little jokes (maybe Olaf's Frozen Adventure was an even bigger debacle than we realized), and the focus is firmly on Elsa. And perhaps moving away from the childish stuff makes sense when you realize that people who were …
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‘Frozen II’ Trailer: We Can’t Let It Go

‘Frozen II’ Trailer: We Can’t Let It Go
For the first time in forever, we have an update on Disney’s highly anticipated “Frozen II.” Since 2013’s box office breaking original, industry insiders and fans alike have speculated as to when – and if – they could expect the next installment from the Kingdom of Arendelle. As early as 2014, prominent figures involved with the film’s production issued contrasting statements regarding a sequel, with “Frozen” producer Peter Del Vecho‘s alluding to the likelihood of a new project but Disney CEO Bob Iger refusing to make any promises.

Continue reading ‘Frozen II’ Trailer: We Can’t Let It Go at The Playlist.
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‘Frozen 2’ Trailer Reveals Elsa’s New Adventure With Trolls, Giants and Ice-Crystal Horses (Video)

‘Frozen 2’ Trailer Reveals Elsa’s New Adventure With Trolls, Giants and Ice-Crystal Horses (Video)
An underwater ice-crystal horse, a rock that becomes a troll and giants in the enchanted lands all appear in the first trailer for this fall’s “Frozen 2.”

Elsa (Idina Menzel) is also back, with her icy powers still intact, and backed by her loyal sister, Anna (Kristen Bell) — as well as their pals Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Olaf the snowman (Josh Gad) and Sven the reindeer.

Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she’ll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey in the enchanted lands up north. In “Frozen,” Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In “Frozen 2,” she must hope they are enough.

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Directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, producer Peter Del Vecho
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Elsa sets off on a new adventure in new trailer for ‘Frozen II’

To follow-up from yesterday’s reveal of the new poster for Frozen II, Disney has released a new trailer for the highly anticipated animation.

Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel) Princess Anna (Kristen Bell), Olaf (Josh Gad), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) return

Featuring the voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, Josh Gad, Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown.

Also in trailers – Jacob Tremblay stars in new green band trailer for ‘Good Boys

The film is released in the UK and the Us on November 22. Here’s the trailer.

Frozen II Synopsis

Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she’ll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. In Frozen, Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In Frozen 2, she must hope they are enough.

The post Elsa sets off on
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Full Trailer for Disney Animation's Sequel 'Frozen II' with Elsa & Anna

"Elsa - the past is not what it seems. You must find the truth. Go north, across the enchanted land and into the unknown..." Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf are all back again. Disney has revealed the next official trailer for the highly anticipated sequel Frozen 2, now written as Frozen II for release (instead of the number). The first movie from 2013 is renowned all over the world and beloved by audiences young and old. This time they venture north into a mysterious foggy forest where they learn the truth about an ancient mystery of their kingdom. Featuring the voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad, plus Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown; as well as new music from Oscar-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. There's still not too much revealed yet, but it does look magical. Here's the full-length trailer (+ poster) for Chris Buck & Jennifer Lee's Frozen II,
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‘Frozen 2’ Trailer: Elsa’s Magical Powers Are Getting Their Very Own Origin Story

‘Frozen 2’ Trailer: Elsa’s Magical Powers Are Getting Their Very Own Origin Story
It’s one of the biggest unanswered questions in not just the “Frozen” canon, but in the wider world of Disney animated offerings: why was Princess Elsa born with magical powers? Such is the tantalizing question that will form the backbone of Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck’s much-anticipated sequel to their 2013 smash hit.

Per the film’s official synopsis, the answer to that question is “calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven, she’ll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. In ‘Frozen,’ Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In ‘Frozen 2,’ she must hope they are enough.”

Based on early looks at the film, it seems as if Elsa might not be alone in her magical abilities. After the release of the first trailer for the film, fans theorized that the animated feature would introduce other princesses who have their own powers.
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Anna and Elsa return on new poster for Disney’s Frozen II

With a new trailer set to land tomorrow, Disney has released a new poster for the hot-anticipated animated sequel Frozen II featuring Anna and Elsa; check it out here…

See Also: Frozen II becomes the most watched animated film trailer of all time

Frozen II is set for release on November 22nd and sees Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff returning to voice the characters of Anna, Elsa, Olaf and Kristoff alongside newcomers Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown.

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First ‘Frozen II’ Poster Gets All Misty

Disney has released the first Frozen II poster. The upcoming sequel sees Anna, Elsa, Kristof, Sven, and Olaf going on a new adventure to discover the source of Elsa’s magical powers. What’s interesting about this poster is that it’s a little more mature. It’s still a Disney movie, of course, but it understands the need to seems a little more serious and dramatic because the audience has aged up. If you were a seven-year-old in 2013 who was nuts about the first Frozen, you’re now in middle school, so the question becomes have …
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Evan Rachel Wood to Star in Hiroshima-Inspired ‘One Thousand Paper Cranes’ (Exclusive)

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Evan Rachel Wood to Star in Hiroshima-Inspired ‘One Thousand Paper Cranes’ (Exclusive)
Evan Rachel Wood will star alongside Jim Sturgess and Shinobu Terajima in “One Thousand Paper Cranes,” the story of Hiroshima survivor Sadako Sasaki and author Eleanor Coerr, who wrote the worldwide bestselling children’s book “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.” Independent has boarded sales ahead of Cannes, where the project will be at the Marche. CAA Media Finance is handling North American rights.

Richard Raymond (“Desert Dancer”) will direct from Ben Bolea’s script, which featured on the Black List, the roster of Hollywood’s hottest yet-to-be-produced screenplays. Ian Bryce (“Saving Private Ryan”) will produce alongside Richard Raymond and Irene Yeung.

The film will tell the true story of Sasaki, who was a 2-year-old in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped on the city in 1945. She was later diagnosed with leukemia caused by exposure to radiation from the blast. She drew strength from a Japanese legend that, if she folded 1,000 paper cranes,
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Disney Reveals Launch Date and Pricing for Disney+, Its ‘Permanent Home’ for Brand Content

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Disney’s presentation Thursday to its investors wasn’t just a rundown of how great things are for the company, now that its acquisition of Fox has been completed. It was the most illuminating glimpse yet into what it will mean to watch television in the not-too-distant future — a future ruled over by dedicated brand platforms, as opposed to that antiquated notion of “channels.”

Enter Disney+, which will be available in the Us November 12 for $6.99/mo ($69.99 a year). Confirmed to be an ad-free subscription model, the streaming service is poised to be the first major dedicated studio platform, bringing together the major Disney brands, including Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel, under one family-friendly umbrella. As Disney exec Kevin Mayer said, the plan is to draw upon the “deep emotional connection” that fans have with these properties.

A family-friendly approach is rumored to be the case for Apple+ original series as well.
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