Disney's movie "Frozen" has taken the world by storm with its unique story and interesting twists. Its huge success left fans eager for another helping of the animation. But Disney has yet to confirm if a second movie is in the making. In fact, the company has been silent about the whole issue, and has only released non-definitive answers to the wild rumors.
In a statement given by Cinema Blend, "Frozen 2 seems inevitable. It's just not official. We reached out to Disney, who had no official comment on the state of Frozen 2. But the writing's clearly on the wall."
Around the time of the Academy Awards, at which the movie received two accolades, directors Christopher Buck and Jennifer Lee discussed the idea of a second "Frozen." more >>
The trailer for the inspiring new film "23 Blast" tells the true story of Travis Freeman, a high school football player who tragically loses his eyesight, but maintains his spot on the team.
Freeman played football for Corbin High School in the mid 1990's when he lost his vision to bacterial meningitis. Despite the obstacles, Freeman was determined to make it back onto the football field. Today, the Kentucky native's remarkable story about beating the odds and reaching his own field of dreams has reached the big screen with "23 Blast."
"I don't know things like this happen to good people," Freeman's football coach ruminates in the trailer. more >>
The full-length trailer for the film "Believe Me" debuted this week and gives viewers a first look at its plot which revolves around a group of college students posing as a Christian ministry for money.
"Does the guy holding the microphone always hold the truth? Already ruffling feathers, and with over half a million views on its teaser trailer, Riot Studios now releases the official theatrical trailer for their religious satire 'Believe Me,' which challenges the power of platforms," read the press release.
The fake ministry, known as "The God Squad" is created by the students in order pay off the tuition of the group's leader, and main character Sam, played by Alex Russell. more >>
Kristin Chenoweth is asking fans for their support through prayer after suffering unspecified health problems this week.
While the 46-year-old actress only hinted at the health issue, the star noted that she is "unable to move" with a tweet posted in the early morning hours of Monday, Aug. 4.
An Aaliyah movie may be coming to the big screen in 2015.
A source close to the production reportedly told S2S Magazine that a big screen film will come to theaters after the Lifetime biopic, will star singer B.Simone and be written by author Zane. Aaliyah's uncle and former manager, Barry Hankerson, is reportedly involved in the project, which may draw in actors like Terrence Howard and Wood Harris to co-star.
While there is a question about Lifetime networks being able to obtain the singer's music for their televised film amid family protests, it seems that the big screen production may be able to provide fans with just that. more >>
Jada Pinkett Smith recently revealed that changing her understanding of gender roles as they relate to marriage strengthened her 16-year union with Will Smith.
The "Gotham" star, 42, and the "Fresh Prince" actor's almost two decade-long marriage is somewhat of a rarity in Hollywood and subsequently it is often subject to media scrutiny. In a recent interview Jada revealed why their union has lasted so long in an industry where most marriages fail.
"Will, to me, encompasses everything. It's almost as if calling him 'my husband' is too small of a word for what he means in my life — and especially how I feel we, as women, identify the idea of a husband," she told Net-a-Porter's The Edit. more >>