Some things are just so hard to let go and one of those is the "Frozen" movie. After a very successful animated film in 2013, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna is coming back to the big screen for a sequel which has been confirmed by Disney earlier this year. No doubt that fans, adults and children alike, are excited with what directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee will be serving to the table for them this time.
"Frozen 2" is still a long way and details about the movie are still vague and thin but that's not going to stop fans from finding out what they can. According to Movie News Guide, the voices behind Elsa and Anna, Idina Menzel and Kristin Bell, are going to reprise their roles in the sequel. The source also stated that the possible release date of the animated sequel will be most likely in 2018, probably just enough time for Buck and Lee to get the pieces together.
Created by Swedish programmer Markus "Notch" Persson, the video game "Minecraft" is well-loved by many and an award from the Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Videogame can prove that. Now, developers Mojang and Telltale Games are in the works of continuing the success of the game by releasing "Minecraft: Story Mode" by the end of the year.
The game's details were divulged at PAX Prime 2015 wherein fans were allowed to play the demo of episode one out of the five-part series. They were able to have a taste of the fun that would be coming soon as no specific date of release has been announced yet. According to an article by Touch Arcade, the game seemed "promising" and "thrilling" especially since they used an original storyline, one that is narrative-driven.
In the game, players can play as the protagonist Jesse who is going to be voiced by comedian and "The Kings of Queens" star Patton Oswalt. They will also be able to pick the look and feel of their protagonist which is a first for Telltale, according to Geek. They can pick a girl avatar which is reported to be voiced by actress Catherine Taber. The default outfit of the selectable characters is a pair of overalls so the only way to tell if the character's a boy or a girl would be through the character's haircut. more >>
There's still a few weeks lefts until the return of the hit supernatural series "The Originals" for season three but fans are already getting some exciting teasers and spoilers for what's to come to the show. Joseph Morgan, one of the main stars who plays as Klaus, even turned to Twitter just to let fans know that the upcoming season is nothing short of amazing.
One storyline that the fans can expect when the show returns is the wrecked sibling relationship between Klaus and Elijah (Daniel Gillies), according to International Business Times. It can be remembered in the previous season that Klaus stirred up conflict between them when he burned Elijah's sweetheart, Gia (Nishi Munshi). No matter how much Klaus explained his reason for doing such aberration, Elijah decided that he no longer wants to be on his sibling's side, not with all of Klaus' dark motives.
The question whether the two will make amends or completely distance off each other will be further known in the third installment but Julie Plec, creator of "The Originals," gave fans a hint to the fate of the brothers' relationship. Plec said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that the two will continue to worsen in the approaching season. more >>
Edwin Hubbel Chapin once said, "Through every rift of discovery some seeming anomaly drops out of the darkness, and falls, as a golden link into the chain of order."
If ever there was a "seeming anomaly" in the chain to enforce the orthodoxy of political correctness, it's Vester Lee Flanagan, also known as reporter Bryce Williams.
Flanagan murdered Alison Parker and Adam Ward on live television while they were reporting on a feature story for WDBJ in Virginia. Parker was the reporter and Ward was the cameraman. more >>
Polling continues to show a surge for anti-establishment candidates with Donald Trump holding a commanding lead in the GOP primary. Some experts are amazed at the billionaire's ability to completely flip previously unfavorable ratings to favorable, all largely without relying on paid media. As The Wall Street Journal pointed out, Donald Trump dominated Sunday news shows last week without even appearing on any program.
Trump leads too with Evangelicals, with Jeremiah Johnson "prophetically" calling him "God's trumpet to the American people."
As Trump rises in popularity and the polls, angst among GOP insiders grows. Supreme insiders like Washington Post columnist George Will are not amused with Trump's rise and are quick to predict doom for Republicans. more >>
Folks, it's a lie. Defunding Planned Parenthood won't increase abortions like many are saying. In fact, the truth is quite the opposite.
In the wake of the revelations concerning Planned Parenthood's selling of fetal body parts, and the subsequent calls to defund the organization on the federal level, many of its defenders argue that, notwithstanding everything we know, we need Planned Parenthood.
And by "we," the people making this argument include some who call themselves pro-lifers. They argue that without Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, there would be even more abortions and that the organization provides vital health services to poor women. more >>