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Tag Archives: walt disney animation studios
On this weekend when severe storms may have kept audiences away from theaters across most of the US, Disney’s animated feature Frozen continued to freeze out the competition at the top of the box office. It iced out Paranormal Activity: … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios has a lot to be happy about. Its latest animated feature, Frozen, is freezing out nearly all the competition with a 2nd place take of $28.8 million at the domestic weekend box office, second only to … Continue reading
Update: A new trailer for Frozen has been shared by Playbill (of all places). I like this one the most of all. What about you? Halloween TV Spot from last night’s Toy Story of Terror below the jump:
Walt Disney Animation Studios has opened a tumblr blog with gems like this featuring Sven from Frozen but also cool fan art and some jazzy animated gifs. It’s a bit thin right now, but hopefully this will grow into a … Continue reading